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  1. How have you got your patch input set? it defaults to Multi which would cause this problem. Craig
  2. Ok, how about 2 straight 8 second delays then a 3rd one doing the repeats? Craig
  3. Do as you said but with a straight 8 second delay then control the repeats on the 2nd delay. That might work? Craig
  4. My favourite example of that was on a thread about getting a surf reverb effect, it took me ages to work out who Lollipop Dale was :-) Craig
  5. I can't remember exactly but I know they're metric, M3 or M4 probably. I remember because when I built my board the Strymon's used UNC which threw me a bit. Craig
  6. It's interesting that the chip is the mic preamp and has nothing to do with the phantom power which must be being applied externally. Interestingly the chip's datasheet mentions the need to protect it against phantom power surges and gives a suitable circuit which as far as I can see from pictures of the pcb are being implemented. Craig
  7. Yes I turn the Blue Comp on when I want to be Gary Moore :-) Craig
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    Midi Thru and SysEx

    Yes I ended up with a "MIDI Solutions" Merge box. It's handy because it can be powered by one of the midi in's. http://www.midisolutions.com/prodmrg.htm Craig
  9. Your Helix could be set to Line level on the XLR's and that would not play well with the desk if you were using a channel previously set up for a mic. The soundguy should have spotted that though. Craig
  10. That makes sense, power supply noise is referred to as ripple but I didn't realise there were separate Hum and Ripple controls. I guess it depends on what the original amps were susceptible to. But you're right, who wants buzz and hum?, especially when they're the wrong frequency :-) Craig
  11. There is a hum parameter as part of most of the power amps, it might need turning down. It struck me as weird at first because I'm in the UK and I am used to 50Hz hum. I don't know if it's relevant but in a tube amp, power supply hum will be 2x line current frequency (100/120Hz) whereas ground hum will be 50/60Hz. Craig
  12. I have a pair of Yamaha DSR112's under my desk but that might be overkill ;-)
  13. Half of my Tap switch light doesn't work. I'm sure it will just need a bit of solder if I go in there again. Craig
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    Just a thought

    Funny thing is that we're using all that power to recreate amps that were commonplace back then :-) Craig
  15. CraigGT

    Just a thought

    It's just a thought but 50 years before 2.8 update was released, Apollo 11 was on it's way to the moon. I wonder how the two's relative computing power stacks up :-) Craig
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