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Postby Antlerface » Sat Mar 18, 2017 8:09 pm

Well fuck me for buying early then.

Looks like I'll have to get another, which I was planning on anyways.
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Postby DRodriguez » Sat Mar 18, 2017 9:16 pm

Welp, I'm probably going to try and upgrade for midi thru. Is it midi thru or out?
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Postby karmablock » Sat Mar 18, 2017 11:34 pm

DRodriguez wrote:Welp, I'm probably going to try and upgrade for midi thru. Is it midi thru or out?

He said thru I believe

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Postby LudicrouSpeed » Sat Mar 18, 2017 11:36 pm

No midi clock, though?
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Postby karmablock » Sat Mar 18, 2017 11:41 pm

LudicrouSpeed wrote:No midi clock, though?

I don't remember we talked for a while not just about pedals.
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Postby LudicrouSpeed » Sat Mar 18, 2017 11:43 pm

No worries. Pretty sure the 856 mk1 has no midi clock... Not sure if it's possible the way it's designed. Still a cool looking pedal.
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Postby multi_s » Sun Mar 19, 2017 12:05 pm

karmablock wrote:
LudicrouSpeed wrote:No midi clock, though?

I don't remember we talked for a while not just about pedals.

hey really nice to chat with you in person at sx. thanks for stopping by.



re 8564321
it is only midi through, the pedal has no midi out functionality.

the pedal is otherwise the same core. there are some changes to the firmware but you can update the old ones to the same changes, we will put up the firmware when we are done/shipping the new version. the only hardware diff is the I/O, with a midi thru and the usb port is exposed on the back of the pedal so you don't have to open it to update it.

there is midi clock added to the firm, but again this will work on new and old.

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Postby DRodriguez » Sun Mar 19, 2017 1:56 pm

Cool, no need to update my box then! :!!!:

Fully focused on acquiring the purrpetrator
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Postby baremountain » Mon Mar 20, 2017 8:33 am

Oh shit, 856 + MIDI clock is going to be ridiculous. I really dig the new layout
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Postby mr. sound boy king » Tue Mar 21, 2017 3:05 pm

multi_s wrote:
yeatsvisitslincoln wrote:One less knob than that 4046-M... This may be easier to keep track of! :lol:


MPY/DIV expression inputs act similrly to MULTIPLY and DIVIDE knobs
LFO expression input can be setup with some dip switches to either:
replace RATE knob
replace DUTY knob
Accept a pulse instead of a CV/expression to act as a sync signal to slave the LFO to an external source, in this mode teh RATE knob acts as a multiplier of the incoming sync signals period.


This thing sounds v. fun.

Would love to try using the Lorre-Mill Double Knot to slave the LFO and cause unheard of bonkers.

Have worked extensively with the 4046-M and love it but as you know one can never have enough sound destroyers. This guy also sounds a bit more 8-bitty than the squelch-mulch of the 4046. In any event, hooray.

Also, just rec'd 856 last night and now staring at the clock to make it go faster so I can leave work and play with it.

Lastly, hi.
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Postby fuzzisokiguess » Wed Mar 22, 2017 12:58 pm

Unreal. Been off-and-on sweating a PLL since TapeOp interviewed Schumann in '05ish, Dug around a little the past few months through the various clones, bought one a month ago (given my noob status here on ilf, I won't mention the builder)- pedal is killer, no regrets, but damn what are the odds that this thing was in the works. How the f did I not find this thread?? Oh well.

Agree that from the clips the fuzz seems a more 8-bit than the PLL clone I've got, so maybe that means this wouldn't be too much of the same thing (...convinces self...) Esp with the lfo/arp abilities.
DRodriguez wrote:Imma build a disc delay based on a stationary bike, the faster you pedal, the faster the delay.

Bike backwards and you get a reverse delay.
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Postby Antlerface » Wed Mar 22, 2017 1:10 pm

Welcome to the forums guys above me!

Fuzzisok now I need to know which clone ya got... FT? ELTA?
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Postby fuzzisokiguess » Wed Mar 22, 2017 1:25 pm

Right on, thanks, yeah, didn't want to appear to be rep'n for anyone. Was seriously close to going with the FT (liked the drone and momnt built in), but went with Broughton based on some positive reviews and the quality of his other stuff, seemed like a safe bet- quick, painless, build quality is great, sounds insane and great. Have everything to build out drone and momentary pedals but haven't dug in yet.
DRodriguez wrote:Imma build a disc delay based on a stationary bike, the faster you pedal, the faster the delay.

Bike backwards and you get a reverse delay.
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Postby oldangelmidnight » Wed Mar 22, 2017 1:43 pm

Obviously, you're going to have to get both and compare them.
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Postby fuzzisokiguess » Wed Mar 22, 2017 1:55 pm

Yep, that's the way it looks. Absolutely floored by the 856- been reading up, watching demos, waiting for the next round to appear when all of a sudden a mtl-asm pll appears like some sort of pedal fever dream...
DRodriguez wrote:Imma build a disc delay based on a stationary bike, the faster you pedal, the faster the delay.

Bike backwards and you get a reverse delay.
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