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The support for Spillover is the same as in the 1st-generation units.
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Spillover means that delay and/or reverb trails in the current preset will continue after switching to another preset. The Multi-Delay, MegaTap Delay and Vintage reverb don’t support spillover.
 
It is enabled globally in Global > Config. Plus: the preset you’re switching to MUST contain a Delay and/or Reverb block. You can put them in the last row on their own for example, without an input, as long as they are connected to the output.
 
  
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* Spillover means that delay and/or reverb trails in the current preset will continue after switching to another preset. The support for Spillover is the same as in the 1st-generation units.
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* It is enabled globally in Global > Config. Plus: the preset you’re switching to MUST contain a Delay and/or Reverb block. You can put them in the last row on their own for example, without an input, as long as they are connected to the grid output.
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* Multi Delay and Megatap Delay don’t support spillover
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* Spillover carries over the delay/reverb signal from a previous preset. This can cause volume bumps. For example if the previous preset contains a hi-gain amp and the second preset is a clean one with a loud delay, the carried-over trails will be that of a distorted amp and will be amplified by the delay settings in the second preset.
 
* If you want spillover from the last preset and continue the same delay/reverb: don’t mute or bypass the delay and/or reverb in the second preset. These will inherit the parameters of the previous preset automatically.
 
* If you want spillover from the last preset and continue the same delay/reverb: don’t mute or bypass the delay and/or reverb in the second preset. These will inherit the parameters of the previous preset automatically.
 
* If you want spillover from the last preset and start a new delay/reverb: that’s a bitch, read about it here.
 
* If you want spillover from the last preset and start a new delay/reverb: that’s a bitch, read about it here.
 
Note: spillover carries over the delay/reverb signal from a previous preset. This can cause volume bumps. For example if the previous preset contains a hi-gain amp and the second preset is a clean one with a loud delay, the carried-over trails will be that of a distorted amp and will be amplified by the delay settings in the second preset.
 
  
 
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Revision as of 10:44, 9 July 2011

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User contributions

Notes

  • Spillover means that delay and/or reverb trails in the current preset will continue after switching to another preset. The support for Spillover is the same as in the 1st-generation units.
  • It is enabled globally in Global > Config. Plus: the preset you’re switching to MUST contain a Delay and/or Reverb block. You can put them in the last row on their own for example, without an input, as long as they are connected to the grid output.
  • Multi Delay and Megatap Delay don’t support spillover
  • Spillover carries over the delay/reverb signal from a previous preset. This can cause volume bumps. For example if the previous preset contains a hi-gain amp and the second preset is a clean one with a loud delay, the carried-over trails will be that of a distorted amp and will be amplified by the delay settings in the second preset.
  • If you want spillover from the last preset and continue the same delay/reverb: don’t mute or bypass the delay and/or reverb in the second preset. These will inherit the parameters of the previous preset automatically.
  • If you want spillover from the last preset and start a new delay/reverb: that’s a bitch, read about it here.