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Re: new pedal in town

I got the manual thanks... looks interesting... but really interesting?? I dont know... Main problem seems to be non-syncability...
Im not interested in chorus or flanger

but Im always interested in pitchshifters, and certainly the routing thing looks VERY interesting... is there anyway to make the effects dynamic.. I see the env follower thing (can this be applied to anything?? um  delay speed, sample end? or just eq and levels?)

Also can you make internal feedback loops? and can you connect a control surface up to parameters easily? it seems much more cool if you can "Get to the parameters" for real time tweakage... Or I am missing the whole point of it...


On Sat, Mar 28, 2009 at 12:20 AM, van Sinn <vansinn@post.cybercity.dk> wrote:
mark francombe wrote:

On Fri, Mar 27, 2009 at 12:05 AM, van Sinn <vansinn@post.cybercity.dk <mailto:vansinn@post.cybercity.dk>> wrote:

   Digitech TSR-24S;

Im very interested in this old device... Can you give me a quick run down on how the features you mentioned works, env follower and whotsit-gate... they sound intriguing

anyone know online manual anywhere?


The manual is available from digitech; look in discuntinued products.

It's a complex device.  Two inputs, four outputs, an effects library, and everything routable just about any which way you want.

This means: Start with an input, pick an effect, link them, pick the next, link, split into two paralles lines, pick effects and link for each line, split one line again (to have three parallel), pick and link, create a feedback with effects in it and link it to a mixer...
Any effect can be reused as you wish; it's a matter of when you run short of processing power and memory.

So, you can do mono in, mono out, mono in stereo out, stereo in stereo out, one mono in/out + one mono in / stereo out...

Reverbs, echoes, single/multipole chrous, flangers, parametric EQ, multiband EQ, pitch transpose, harmonizing...

The envelope follower means effect parameters can be controlled by dynamics in playing style, i.e. for ducking reverb, echo feedback buildup, chorous speed/depth...    I mostly use this to add-in some 4-tap echo and harmonizing when sustaining notes/chords.

The TSR-24S (dual DSP's) runs a bit hot, so needs free space around it.
TSR-24 (single DSP) runs cooler.

Programming may take time  ;)

van Sinn