Suggestions/Questions (graphic EQ, standard Pedalboard)


#1

Hey Everyone,

this weekend i had another pretty loud gig in a small location. These two things are deadly for picking up the sound of any acoustic instrument (in my case the saxophone with a clip condenser mic).
But it’s these situations that give us ideas how we could deal with them better.

My Questions:

  1. is there a graphic eq (visible spectrum) that can be moved to stable and used with the mod ui? That would make eqing on stage awesome because i can see the frequencies i need to cut out.
  2. how do you rate the possibility of having two virtual pedalboards running in serial? By this i mean the primary pedalboard (atm i use one pedalboard per song or a small group of songs) and a secondary pedalboard which doesnt change and which is the input for the primary board. There i could make adjustments for the entire gig without editing every primary pedalboard. If not - using presets would be the solution - right?

Thanks for reading and your ideas! :wink:


#2

Hi @domlo

About the second you could just make two different chain of effects with a switch box in front of them.
Just be aware of the CPU load.
Would that help you?


#3

yeah, no, not really.
my thought was, that with the “primary” and “secondary” pedalboard i could use ONE “secondary” pedalboard as a frame for the “primary” pedalboards (right now 20 and counting).

But that’s just an idea with little to no hope it will ever exist. I guess i’m going to have to work with presets and go though every pedalboard and load the preset.


#4

Something that will help with an acoustic gig is putting the output out of phase.

I’d really like a phase plugin.
It would be cooler if the phase is adjustable to make some interesting tones when combining signals.