Re: Probably Simple Question on QS6 Effects
Posted by Jaakko Tuomivaara on November 17, 1998 at 13:09:46:
In Reply to: Probably Simple Question on QS6 Effects posted by Wolfe Bowers on October 29, 1998 at 21:21:54:
: this mean that i can basically set up 4 different
: 'settings' of effects (like one with overdrive,
: leslie, and reverb.. and one with reverb and delay, etc) and choose which one i want for each program?
Yes. That's basically it. Ofcourse you can only use those types
of effects which are included in the current configuration. These
configurations and the effects and routings they consist of are
detailed in your manual.
: And in MIX mode...
Well. You probably have understood that there's only one effects
processor inside the synth. Now that's fine for a single patch(or
program as they're called in the QS) but when you have 16 patches
inside one MIX, and have to manage with its more problematic.
The way I do it is to make two versions of a program. One is the
usual program for just playing around and one is tailored (effects-wise)
to make the best possible use of the single effects configuration
available to the whole MIX. It's a drag, but it's the same with
any synth. My old TG33 only had one effect per MIX, so if you wanted to
have distortion you could forget about any reverbs or delays. And remeber
that the individual sounds inside the program can be routed to any of the
four sends of the effects configuration in the MIX also.
If you didn't grasp it, feel free to ask for clarification.
- Re: Probably Simple Question on QS6 Effects J. Gummere, Prop. 4/11/99