NPD: well, sort of



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NPD: well, sort of

Postby Paul_C » Fri Jul 19, 2019 6:25 pm

I bought an Alexander Pedals Colour Theory a while ago, but put it up for sale once or twice because I couldn't get much out of it/didn't spend enough time trying.

Once in a while I'd spend a little time on it, but today was different.

When I first had my CT5 and BitQuests I started by looking for other people's settings and watching a few YouTube vids to pick up some tips.

So that's what I did today, and the man that came up trumps this time was Mike Hermans



I wrote down all the settings of sounds I liked, and most importantly for me with this kind of pedal, tried each setting with all the different modes.

Tinkering from a known start point also helped me to learn a little about what each control might change, and as a result I ended up with another half-dozen to the total.

So I've got 18 settings written down, some of which work with two or three modes, and a whole lot more idea what the pedal does than I ever learned up until now.

Thanks Mike H !
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Re: NPD: well, sort of

Postby Paul_C » Fri Jul 19, 2019 6:26 pm

I haven't found a setting for the OSC mode yet though ;)
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Re: NPD: well, sort of

Postby AlexanderPedals » Sat Jul 20, 2019 7:19 pm

Paul_C wrote:I haven't found a setting for the OSC mode yet though ;)


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Re: NPD: well, sort of

Postby Paul_C » Sun Jul 21, 2019 6:41 am

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