Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.



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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby Grrface » Fri Apr 20, 2012 3:15 pm

Eric! wrote:Signal chain is Tafm > mini delay > CCB (with everything inside of it).

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I really like having a volume pedal in the loop. And the TAFM and delay before it. I've found that LOWERING the input volume causes some my pedals to actually react more (delays, 4545). But I'm really happy with this set-up. Two or three more things are going into the main loop, but otherwise, I'm loving it. The CCB is a big and fun part of a lot of my sounds and it provides a lot of flexibility, having a phrase sampler inside its loop :)


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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby lawrence scaduto » Fri Apr 20, 2012 3:32 pm

Grrface wrote:
Eric! wrote:Signal chain is Tafm > mini delay > CCB (with everything inside of it).

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I really like having a volume pedal in the loop. And the TAFM and delay before it. I've found that LOWERING the input volume causes some my pedals to actually react more (delays, 4545). But I'm really happy with this set-up. Two or three more things are going into the main loop, but otherwise, I'm loving it. The CCB is a big and fun part of a lot of my sounds and it provides a lot of flexibility, having a phrase sampler inside its loop :)


Sampler inside of the loop? BRILLIANT! :love:


wait, explain. why is my brain having trouble understanding what is going on here
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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby Grrface » Fri Apr 20, 2012 7:01 pm

lawrence scaduto wrote:
Grrface wrote:
Eric! wrote:Signal chain is Tafm > mini delay > CCB (with everything inside of it).

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I really like having a volume pedal in the loop. And the TAFM and delay before it. I've found that LOWERING the input volume causes some my pedals to actually react more (delays, 4545). But I'm really happy with this set-up. Two or three more things are going into the main loop, but otherwise, I'm loving it. The CCB is a big and fun part of a lot of my sounds and it provides a lot of flexibility, having a phrase sampler inside its loop :)


Sampler inside of the loop? BRILLIANT! :love:


wait, explain. why is my brain having trouble understanding what is going on here


He's got a looper...inside of the CCB. So, a looper inside of a [feedback] looper. Combining that with the other pedals almost certainly sends things into insanity really quickly.
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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby lawrence scaduto » Fri Apr 20, 2012 8:48 pm

Grrface wrote:
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Grrface wrote:
Eric! wrote:Signal chain is Tafm > mini delay > CCB (with everything inside of it).

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I really like having a volume pedal in the loop. And the TAFM and delay before it. I've found that LOWERING the input volume causes some my pedals to actually react more (delays, 4545). But I'm really happy with this set-up. Two or three more things are going into the main loop, but otherwise, I'm loving it. The CCB is a big and fun part of a lot of my sounds and it provides a lot of flexibility, having a phrase sampler inside its loop :)


Sampler inside of the loop? BRILLIANT! :love:


wait, explain. why is my brain having trouble understanding what is going on here


He's got a looper...inside of the CCB. So, a looper inside of a [feedback] looper. Combining that with the other pedals almost certainly sends things into insanity really quickly.


I got that. I'm wondering why this is an interesting or advantageous move. What are the benefits? I must admit most of the looping i have done was with a line 6 dl-4 and not too much of it.
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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby coldbrightsunlight » Mon Apr 23, 2012 1:15 pm

That setup is awesome! I tried looping with a SMMH in my CCB, but it didn't really do anything crazy :(.

Also, fuzzhugger upper in feedback loop= :love:
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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby Eric! » Tue Apr 24, 2012 5:39 pm

lawrence scaduto wrote:I got that. I'm wondering why this is an interesting or advantageous move. What are the benefits?


I'll explain later.


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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby theactionindex » Wed Apr 25, 2012 12:20 am

Aural sex. :joy:
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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby Eric! » Wed Apr 25, 2012 6:40 am

theactionindex wrote:Aural sex. :joy:

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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby lawrence scaduto » Wed Apr 25, 2012 11:27 am

Eric! wrote:
lawrence scaduto wrote:I got that. I'm wondering why this is an interesting or advantageous move. What are the benefits?


I'll explain later.


But for now, I made something for you, Lawrence:


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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby warwick.hoy » Thu Apr 26, 2012 1:51 pm

I've discovered that mine Bass MuRF plays real nicely in the Utter Stutter,...lot's of options for craziness. Each Slider on the filter section cause different frequencies of feedback.
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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby Eric! » Thu Apr 26, 2012 3:28 pm

hey what's that sound like?

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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby warwick.hoy » Thu Apr 26, 2012 3:42 pm

I've also been experiment with the MuRF just on the the LFO only no animation and it's even more intense.
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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby dubkitty » Thu Jan 03, 2013 9:17 am

i've just started experimenting with my whole signal chain inside a loop. these are preliminary observations based on playing the board with no instrument input.

TC SCF chorus/flanger: LOUD howling feedback that overloads the unit's considerable headroom, some pitch control from WIDTH knob. when i say LOUD i mean like DBA loud.
Menatone Pleasure Trem 5000: high-pitched whistle modulated by tremolo functions
Emma envelope filter: humming drone, pitch controlled by knobs; when this is happening with the UP/DOWN switch in one direction, the other setting gives an electronic teakettle shriek when the switch is flipped
EQD Ghost Echo: PA/mic-style mid-range feedback
RV-3: similar to GE but more cutting
EQD Tone Reaper: gain feedback with octave-up component
FHFX Great Wall (3-knob): gain feedback with filtered, lightly hazy sound
EQD Sound Shank: gain feedback with fairly clear fundamental
Mellowtone Hi Five: nothing

it seems totally arbitrary whether some of the boxes feed back; sometimes they go off, other times they just sit there looking at you with their beady little LED eyes.
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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby mathias » Fri Jan 04, 2013 11:50 pm

I've had a ton of success with my Dano corned beef reverb (sort of that slapback reverb sound) in my feedback looper, and haven't seen it mentioned here, so I thought I'd add it to the list.

Also using my Mooer pitchbox (which is like a mini, fixed Whammy I guess?) in the harmonize octave-down setting.
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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby Achtane » Sat Jan 05, 2013 12:40 am

On the less-crazy side of things, I like to set the CCB so it either increases the amount of repeats with my delay (Disaster Transport Jr.), brings it to the edge of oscillation, or when set to maximum, blasts you with instant oscillation terror. No buildup at all, instant loudness.

I noticed the Chk Chk Boom affects things differently than the Utter Stutter, like the pot values/taper may be different or something.
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