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To Delay/Rever Afficionados and Tweakers - Can it be done with HD500x?

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I am thinking of an effect that mimics how you sustain a chord through a keyboard. It will sound like sustained chord with the keyboard in strings preset. You hit the chord and it goes on indefinitely.

 

Can this be done in HD500x's reverbs + delay parameters and settings? If yes, how to do it?

 

Thanks!

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compressor + volume pedal + digital mod. delay + chorus/flanger/leslie + cave reverb

 

use the expression pedal to control (from min to max)

 

volume pedal 0 - 100

delay feedback 40 - 100

reverb short to long (depending to taste)

 

play a chord with exp pedal @ min

after strum, while the chord is ringing, raise exp. pedal

the pad will play as long you keep the exp pedal to max

repeat for the next chord

 

the tone is more "organ" that "strings", but the pad is perfect

 

I use a parallel path to make a pad and improvise guitar lines

 

marco

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compressor + volume pedal + digital mod. delay + chorus/flanger/leslie + cave reverb

 

use the expression pedal to control (from min to max)

 

volume pedal 0 - 100

delay feedback 40 - 100

reverb short to long (depending to taste)

 

play a chord with exp pedal @ min

after strum, while the chord is ringing, raise exp. pedal

the pad will play as long you keep the exp pedal to max

repeat for the next chord

 

the tone is more "organ" that "strings", but the pad is perfect

 

I use a parallel path to make a pad and improvise guitar lines

 

marco

That's interesting. I suck really in tweaking so can you share that patch if it is ok? :) Thanks in advance :)

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Hello, the program is in my HD Desktop at moment, I need to charge it in the HD Edit to share...a little patience please.

 

m.

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