The BitQuest User Settings Thread



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Re: The BitQuest User Settings Thread

Postby Sparrow » Mon Oct 05, 2015 4:52 am

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Re: The BitQuest User Settings Thread

Postby Zzombie » Tue Nov 17, 2015 11:44 pm

did i miss out on a pre sale cant find the bitquest anywhere online.
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Re: The BitQuest User Settings Thread

Postby Chankgeez » Tue Nov 17, 2015 11:50 pm

The BitQuest's been out for a while, Zzombie. Can't remember if there was a pre-sale. If there was, it was a long time ago.

Ryan may be between BitQuest runs right now. That may be why they're hard to find. He's been building The Heisenberg mostly I think.
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Re: The BitQuest User Settings Thread

Postby goroth » Wed Nov 18, 2015 1:35 am

Ryan did a run of them recently but they went super fast. Fuzzmonster.dk is the only place I know of with them in stock.
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Re: The BitQuest User Settings Thread

Postby goroth » Wed Nov 18, 2015 1:42 am

Also I have to post this.

This is breitnersen's setting for the best clean quest sample rate reduction ever!
Thanks mate!

Ctrl1 - fully counter clockwise
Ctrl2 - 12 o'clock
Tone - fully clockwise
Ctrl0 - fully counter clockwise
Vol - 3-4 o'clock
Mix - 10-11 o'clock

you will hear the "inverted" overtones and it kind of behaves like an od.
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Re: The BitQuest User Settings Thread

Postby Paul_C » Wed Nov 18, 2015 6:46 pm

I liked that ^ having turned it on I started mucking about and found a nice Ring Mod setting:

Ctrl 1 - 1:30
Ctrl 2 - 10:00
Tone - 12:00
Ctrl 0 - 7:00 (Max)
Vol - 1:30
Mix - 7:00
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Re: The BitQuest User Settings Thread

Postby thesooze » Wed Nov 25, 2015 4:08 pm

First post here on ILF!

I recently bought a BitQuest! and have been LOVING the versatility of tones.

I searched for some settings online and found this forum and this thread. Talk about a resource! :cool:

I've gone through the first 2 pages, and found a lot of useful stuff already.

Here's my contribution: a filthy, dirty, 5th down fuzz tone for low grungy rock:

Mode: Dirty Pitch
Vol: to taste, had mine around 8:00 (can get loud!)
Mix: full up
Tone: to taste, had mine around 2:30
Gain: full up
CTRL1: 9:30
CTLR2: 11:30


Play low single notes and doom out!!
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Re: The BitQuest User Settings Thread

Postby Gutmann » Thu Dec 10, 2015 4:45 am

I played around with the filter mode and expressionator



Enjoy. Or not :omg:
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Re: The BitQuest User Settings Thread

Postby Clean Channel » Thu Dec 10, 2015 12:03 pm

I enjoy it!
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Re: The BitQuest User Settings Thread

Postby Gutmann » Thu Dec 10, 2015 1:49 pm

Clean Channel wrote:I enjoy it!


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Re: The BitQuest User Settings Thread

Postby ThorZ » Mon Dec 14, 2015 7:06 am

This is by far my favourite delay mode. It just modulates and eats itself into a bit crushing cacophony of beautiful mess :

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Re: The BitQuest User Settings Thread

Postby Clean Channel » Thu Jan 07, 2016 12:35 pm

I'm not sure if this is really worth posting, but in case it's useful to anyone...

First , I have to admit, when switching between modes on my BitQuest, I STILL sometimes get a little screwed up on what CTRL1, CTRL2, and CTRL0.

It's handy having the Quick Guide PDF, but I sometimes wished I had a quick chart that matched the layout of the pedal, just to make it even more intuitive, and perhaps to better help me eventually commit to confident memory all of the controls on all of the settings.

So I made this image file, which is similar to the Quick Guide, but the modes are laid out as they are found on the rotary dial, with mode 1(Flanger) being at the bottom left, and mode 8(Delay) at the bottom right.

I've also laid out what each of the three control knobs do as they appear on the pedal, with CTRL1 on its own on the left, then with CTRL2 and CTRL0 stacked on top of each other on the right.

The image file can be printed out large, or you could make a small one that you could even potentially stick on top of your power supply or a large pedal with empty space on it.

Note: when embedding an image on ILF, sometimes the entire image doesn't display properly in the thread. The full image doesn't have any of the text cut off on either side.

Direct link: http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h256/ ... dis8wu.png
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Here's one that includes the Dirty Quest settings:
Direct link: http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h256/ ... e6gbib.png
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Re: The BitQuest User Settings Thread

Postby terminalvertigo » Fri Jan 08, 2016 2:07 am

super helpful Tim

thanks!
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Re: The BitQuest User Settings Thread

Postby goroth » Fri Jan 08, 2016 4:08 am

That's awesome!
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Re: The BitQuest User Settings Thread

Postby goroth » Fri Jan 08, 2016 4:09 am

This is a serious question: has anyone done anything cool with the notch filter?
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