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Title: Matrixbrute as modulated delay pedal for guitar, using insert plug
Post by: Processaurus on February 09, 2019, 10:46:59 pm
Havenít tried it yet, but I was thinking about the insert plug (effects loop) on the matrixbrute, and how it is before the delay module. What if the signal being returned to the matrixbrute isnít the synth? Anything could be plugged into the return, like a guitar. You could use it as a normal delay effect, or, more interesting, do modulations with the matrixbrute LFOs and envelopes, and do tempo synced stuff with midi.

What is the difference between going in the external instrument input? Just a cleaner signal path, with no vca or filter, but also, you could play the synth still, as a separate instrument, and get the synth out of the insert jack send plug.

One could also use the insert/ effects send/return as a way to split the dry sound off from the wet delay sound, and process them differently, or record them separately, or run them out of different amps (quadraphonic!). You would just set the delay module to 100% wet, because you got the dry out of the insertís send plug.

Anyone else using the insert plug for anything else?
Title: Re: Matrixbrute as modulated delay pedal for guitar, using insert plug
Post by: Lunatic Sound on February 10, 2019, 12:10:48 am
Fun ideas!

Especially recording or just using the synths dry and wet signal separately, which allows for filtering the effects signal, which can be very much needed sometimes to get rid of some low end!
And of course to allow for a change of FX later on! It also means, you will get a mono and a stereo signal out of it and you can mess around with that...

You are one crafty lizard!

Title: Re: Matrixbrute as modulated delay pedal for guitar, using insert plug
Post by: Chromat1c on February 12, 2019, 04:36:11 pm
Fun ideas!

Especially recording or just using the synths dry and wet signal separately, which allows for filtering the effects signal, which can be very much needed sometimes to get rid of some low end!
And of course to allow for a change of FX later on! It also means, you will get a mono and a stereo signal out of it and you can mess around with that...

You are one crafty lizard!

Now THAT is one thing that gets my goat. The amount of low end on the BBD! Makes it unusable in most situations. needs a HP filter