Categories: Audio Clips, Envelope, Factory Presets, Memory 4, Rhythmic, Voicing
Written By: TimeBender
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. There is no delay line involved in envelope mode so when you mute your guitar, the wet sound stops as well. This effect is more pronounced with a guitar signal that has lots of sustain, so try using a distortion pedal before the TimeBender on this one. The rest of the parameters are set as shown in the figure below.
If you are using an expression pedal, then you will also be able to access the heel part of the preset, which sounds like this
The heel part of this preset uses the same delay time and pattern as the toe, but the voicing is changed from rnd4 to an octave down and unison, and the tone is reduced a little. The rest of the parameters are set as shown in the figure below.
by Hudson Giesbrecht