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"Unchained" Flanger

bishop5150

Fractal Fanatic
Very nice. Can you share preset?
I use scene one for the main rhythm. On the palm mutes where the flanger sweeps down I hit scene 2 and then hit scene 1 to turn it off. For the palm mutes where the flanger sweeps up I hit scene 3 and back to scene 1 to turn it off.
 

bishop5150

Fractal Fanatic
I couldn’t get it to sound right using one flanger block. I’m sure there’s a way but it’s over my head as to how.
So I cheated it and used 2 flanger blocks. One block is set to give the sweep down sound and the other the sweep up sound.
 

Bakerman

Axe-Master
It seems like using two channels or a scene controller on start phase would work for one block. Or you could use two momentary control/other switches as bypass sources, with one also changing LFO start phase. The bypass modifier might need slight damping so the new start phase can take effect before the block engages.

BTW there's no real magic to the alternating sweep direction on the original. The LFO is just running around .425 Hz, roughly 3 cycles every 4 bars. Later in the song the alignment is a bit different and you can hear it reach min/max IIRC. A less repetitive version could use a bypass switch to get the right alignment some time before you actually need the flanger, plus a switch as 0-50% mix modifier.
 

bishop5150

Fractal Fanatic
It seems like using two channels or a scene controller on start phase would work for one block. Or you could use two momentary control/other switches as bypass sources, with one also changing LFO start phase. The bypass modifier might need slight damping so the new start phase can take effect before the block engages.

BTW there's no real magic to the alternating sweep direction on the original. The LFO is just running around .425 Hz, roughly 3 cycles every 4 bars. Later in the song the alignment is a bit different and you can hear it reach min/max IIRC. A less repetitive version could use a bypass switch to get the right alignment some time before you actually need the flanger, plus a switch as 0-50% mix modifier.
That is way over my humble programming skills. LOL!
But if you want to make it I’ll definitely use it!
:)
 

EdgE

Power User
I just check this preset out ,sounds Great ,turn the pitch up to about 30% and you got drop dead legs:).And there's no delay and it sounds great lol
 
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