AC001: Memory 1 (Edge Style Delays)

Categories: Audio Clips, Delay Effect Types, Dual Pattern, Factory Presets, Memory 1, Modulation, Rhythmic, Simple Pattern, Tempo Multiplier, Variable Speed Tape
AC001: Memory 1 (Edge Style Delays)

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The first preset uses the third time pattern, which is a dual delay line giving 3/4 of the delay time on the left and the full delay time on the right. Therefore, if you play quarter notes at the delay time shown in the display, then the left side will produce delays in between the notes you play and the right side will produce delays on top of the notes you play. more ...

AC002: Memory 2 (Octave Bounce/Wash)

Categories: Audio Clips, Chorus, Delay Effect Types, Digital Mode, Memory 2, Modulation, Repeats, Rhythmic, Root Based Pattern, Simple Pattern
AC002: Memory 2 (Octave Bounce/Wash)

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The second preset uses an octave down and an octave up shift with the 7th time pattern, which is a root-based delay. Therefore the repeated pattern has the note you play at the displayed delay time followed by an octave down on the left, an octave down on the right, and another octave down on the left. more ...

AC003: Memory 3 (Ominous Tones)

Categories: Ambient, Audio Clips, Delay Effect Types, Dynamic Repeats, Expression Pedal, Factory Presets, Memory 3, Modulation, Multi-Tap Pattern, Repeats, Tone, Voicing
AC003: Memory 3 (Ominous Tones)

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The third preset uses two octaves up for both voicings with the dynamic repeats mode. This produces ominous high pitched tones when playing single notes. Playing chords adds an element of whistling wind to the sound. Use palm muting to control the level of the effect - the more you mute your strings, the louder the effect becomes. more ...

AC004: Memory 4 (Insta-Groove)

Categories: Audio Clips, Envelope, Factory Presets, Memory 4, Rhythmic, Voicing
AC004: Memory 4 (Insta-Groove)

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The fourth preset uses the envelope mode with time pattern 4 and random voicing 4 (rnd4) to create an instant groove on top of what you play. Your guitar signal is sliced up into beats and pitch shifted randomly to one of the following shifts: 2 octaves down, octave down, unison, octave up and 2 octaves up. more ...

Video Compilation

Categories: Delay Modes, Knobs and Buttons, Time Patterns, Video Tutorials
Video Compilation

This is a video compilation of some cool TimeBender effects. This not really a tutorial, but it does show you some of the wide variety of sounds that you can get out of the TimeBender. If you are interested in a specific sound, leave a comment and we will try to get the parameter values posted. more ...

Presets: Getting Started

Categories: Factory Presets, Knobs and Buttons, Store, Video Tutorials
Presets: Getting Started

This is a video tutorial on getting started with presets on the TimeBender pedal. The following topics are covered: (i) Stepping through presets with the right footswitch (ii) changing the right footswitch to be tap tempo, (iii) stepping through presets with an external footswitch, and (iv) Storing presets. more ...

AC005: Away

Categories: Analog Mode, Audio Clips, Delay Modes, Knobs and Buttons, Modulation, Multi-Tap Pattern, Repeats, Time Patterns, Voicing
AC005: Away

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This clip uses a lot of distortion before the TimeBender delay pedal. The TimeBender is setup to use an analog delay mode, slightly raised tone, some mod and repeats at about 60% and the mix fairly low at about 40%. The voicing is 8H U with time pattern 10 and a delay of 625 ms, which gives 3 taps on the left with octave up pitch shift and 3 taps on the right with no pitch shift. more ...

AC006: Swell Effect

Categories: Audio Clips, Delay Effect Types, Delay Modes, Dynamic Repeats, Post Type, Repeats, Swell
AC006: Swell Effect

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This clip uses the Dynamic Repeats mode to sustain an octave up swell after each note. The dynamic modes reduce (i.e. duck) the level of the delayed signal when you are playing so that the delayed signal is only really heard in between notes, or when you stop playing, at which point the delayed sound swells in. more ...

AC007: Octave Rhythm

Categories: Audio Clips, Delay Effect Types, Delay Modes, Dual Pattern, Moving Head Tape, Rhythmic, Time Patterns, Voicing
AC007: Octave Rhythm

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This clips uses the Moving Head Tape mode with the third time pattern and octave up and down voicing (8H 8L)to create a very cool rhythmic delay sound. The third time pattern is used with the tempo set to the quarter note time of the song to give a combination of on beat and off beat delays. This clips was recorded directly out of the TimeBender with a Fender Stratocastor guitar used for input. more ...

AC008: Ballerina

Categories: Audio Clips, Delay Modes, Digital Mode, Dual Pattern, Knobs and Buttons, Time Patterns, Voicing
AC008: Ballerina

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This clip illustrates the use of the digital delay with the first dual delay line (time pattern 2) and two fixed shifts (+9 st and +5 st). This clips was recorded directly out of the TimeBender. more ...