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How to quickly get to dotted eigths/quarters/note divisions when adding a digital delay (without using Edit software)
by preciousgeorge on 2012-11-19 06:25:19

When adding a digital delay "manuallay" (using the panel buttons/dials/like you'd do "live"...NOT using the Edit software) I noticed the default time comes up as 751ms.  I usuallly want to get to a note division like quarters or dotted eighths so I can use the tap tempo switch.  I have to spin the parameter knob FOREVER to finally get the time down/up far enough before the note division settings show up.  Does anyone know a quicker way to get to the note division settings? (again without using Edit software).  Thanks everyone.



Re: How to quickly get to dotted eigths/quarters/note divisions when adding a digital delay (without using Edit software)
by phil_m on 2012-11-19 06:33:01

First world problems...

Really no other way. Spin that knob! I don't think it takes that long to get to the subdivisions.



Re: How to quickly get to dotted eigths/quarters/note divisions when adding a digital delay (without using Edit software)
by jimsreynolds on 2012-11-19 09:00:02

Spin the parameter knob fast ... I am not joking here:  there is an accellerator function built in that means that the numbers leap up or down faster if you spin the knob faster.



Re: How to quickly get to dotted eigths/quarters/note divisions when adding a digital delay (without using Edit software)
by preciousgeorge on 2012-11-19 15:04:13

THANKS fellas...I'll "give it a whirl"...pun intended...and let ya'll know...



Re: How to quickly get to dotted eigths/quarters/note divisions when adding a digital delay (without using Edit software)
by preciousgeorge on 2012-11-19 15:05:38

maybe I'll use my cordless drill kinda like you can with a string winder...joking of course



Re: How to quickly get to dotted eigths/quarters/note divisions when adding a digital delay (without using Edit software)
by silverhead on 2012-11-19 15:38:35

I think you need to use one of those pneumatic lug-nut drills for changing tires on your car. Should get to to max setting in no time.




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