New way to achieve the Hyperspace sound?

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Ash517
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Re: New way to achieve the Hyperspace sound?

Postby Ash517 » Sun Feb 04, 2018 2:54 pm

eicca wrote:I just discovered this pedal too. Using the software you CAN configure the pressure sensitive button to control up to three parameters at once, and their values through the travel of the button. So if the pedal is configured "off" at the top and bottom of the button, but through the middle is set to full repeats, full mix and a linear adjustment of delay time, I see no reason why it shouldn't work.

Nice! Honestly I’d buy the pedal just for the HSP effect at this point. I should also point out that TC has announced a pedal called the “Gauss Tape Echo”. The demo briefly shows the feedback all the way up and changing repeat speed/pitch. Perhaps that too could be heavily modded. It’d likely be cheaper than the Flashback II.
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Re: New way to achieve the Hyperspace sound?

Postby eicca » Sun Feb 04, 2018 4:00 pm

Ash517 wrote:Nice! Honestly I’d buy the pedal just for the HSP effect at this point. I should also point out that TC has announced a pedal called the “Gauss Tape Echo”. The demo briefly shows the feedback all the way up and changing repeat speed/pitch. Perhaps that too could be heavily modded. It’d likely be cheaper than the Flashback II.


Only problem with the Gauss pedal is it doesn’t have the built in expression control.
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Ash517
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Re: New way to achieve the Hyperspace sound?

Postby Ash517 » Tue Feb 06, 2018 12:36 am

Only problem with the Gauss pedal is it doesn’t have the built in expression control.[/quote]
True, but it is a good excuse to do a cool mod!
GEAR:
Rockman Guitar Ace (Dunlop)
Epiphone Les Paul Custom Pro (Alpine White)
Boss Katana 50
Rockman Sustainor 200 Rev 20 (borrowed)
Rockman Instrument Equalizer (borrowed)
Rockman Stereo Chorus (borrowed)
All borrowed gear is from my Dad :D