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Turn both delay and pitch on

Discussion in 'MFC Discussion' started by kavevester, Nov 12, 2018.

  1. kavevester

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    Inspired

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    at the same time. How is that done. Want to have the delay be active when pitch is active and from the same button
     
  2. Bakerman

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    Set an IA for general use (Axe-FX function = none) toggling 0/127 values on the CC# of an External Ctrl. Assign chosen Ext Ctrl as bypass modifier for both blocks in the preset.

    Another possible solution would be to keep an Axe-FX mode Delay IA, and set one pitch block's bypass to the same CC#. The IA would normally toggle both if they're in the preset then. (A bypass modifier could prevent this per preset if needed.)
     
  3. jlynnb1

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    or just use a scene
     
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  4. kavevester

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    Ok thanks Bakerman.

    I do not use scenes but yes could go that way.. Thanks
     
  5. chris

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    Legend!

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    This is almost exactly why Scenes were developed in the first place.
     
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