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  • #46
    yeah, before it in the signal line.

    it's fun to have a delay after to, on really short repeats, full feedback... robotic hilarity ensues.
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    • #47
      any new easter-egging settings?
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      • #48
        CHEERIO...

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        • #49
          I have a confession to make.

          While compiling my stack of trade-in fodder for my new Tele, I briefly placed my Tube Zipper in the pile, along with my MicroSynth.

          After 30 seconds I screamed "WHAT THE HELL AM I DOING?" and took them off again, placing them back on the shelf.
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          • #50
            i onec made a list of all the settings in this thread in note pad to try out. seems like a good bump.

            Res - 1
            Freq - 2
            Sens - 11
            Vol - 1
            Drv - 7
            Gain - 9

            Down / Tri

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            Res - 5
            Freq - 2
            Sens - 11
            Vol - 1
            Drv - 7
            Gain - 9

            Down / Trill

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            Res - 5
            Freq - 12
            Sens - 11
            Vol - 1
            Drv - 7
            Gain - 9

            Down / Tron


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            Res - 1
            Freq - 8
            Sens - 12
            Vol - 1
            Drv - 9
            Gain - 9

            Up / Tron


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            Res - 1
            Freq - 10
            Sens - 12
            Vol - 1
            Drv - 9
            Gain - 9

            Up / Trill

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            Res - 3
            Freq - 8
            Sens - 3
            Vol - 1
            Drv - 9
            Gain - 9

            Up / Tron


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            Res - 2:30
            Freq - 3
            Sens - 3
            Vol - 1
            Drv - 9
            Gain - 9

            Down / Tron


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            env - down.
            mode - trill

            Resonance - 5:30
            Frequency - 12:15
            Sensitivity - 110
            Volume - 110
            Drive - 110
            Gain - 90


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            Res 2-4
            Freq 9-10
            Sens 1
            Vol (whatever)
            Drv 9
            Gain 9

            Up / Tron or Trill

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            rubber band snap:
            Res - 1 to 5 (higher=brighter with more snap)
            Freq - 10
            Sens - 1
            Vol - 1
            Drv - 9
            Gain - 9

            Up / Tron


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            wah:
            Res - 1
            Freq - 9
            Sens - 12
            Vol - 1
            Drv - 9
            Gain - 9

            Up / Tron


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            Frequency Knot
            Env - Down.
            Mode - Trill

            Res - 5:30
            Freq - 12:15
            Sens - 110
            Vol - 110
            Drive - 110
            Gain - 90


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            Monkey call
            Res - 5
            Freq - 2
            Sens - 11
            Vol - 1
            Drv - 7
            Gain - 9

            Down / Trill


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            Boston baby
            Res - 5
            Freq - 12
            Sens - 11
            Vol - 1
            Drv - 7
            Gain - 9

            Down / Tron




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            cotton ball in mouth
            Res - 1
            Freq - 8
            Sens - 12
            Vol - 1
            Drv - 9
            Gain - 9

            Up / Tron


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            Cartman
            Res - 1
            Freq - 10
            Sens - 12
            Vol - 1
            Drv - 9
            Gain - 9

            Up / Trill




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            leaky faucet
            Res - 3
            Freq - 8
            Sens - 3
            Vol - 1
            Drv - 9
            Gain - 9

            Up / Tron


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            Res - 2:30
            Freq - 3
            Sens - 3
            Vol - 1
            Drv - 9
            Gain - 9

            Down / Tron



            ____________

            Res - 1 to 5 (higher=brighter with more snap)
            Freq - 10
            Sens - 1
            Vol - 1
            Drv - 9
            Gain - 9

            Up / Tron



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            Res - 1
            Freq - 9
            Sens - 12
            Vol - 1
            Drv - 9
            Gain - 9

            Up / Tron


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            Overloaded Bubblegum Machine
            Res - 5.30
            Freq - 7
            Sens - 5.30
            Vol - 1
            Drv - 12
            Gain - 9

            Up/Trill (more "civilised" with Tron)

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            • #51
              hey! just got a tube zipper! and searched the forum for tipos and readed the whole thread...

              anyone use it with bass? i play bass so i dont know if the settings here will work, but ill try them anyway, and correct settinmg to work for me....


              so, for just envelope filter i have to set the drive at 0? and for just distortion i have to set the sens at 0?


              i have another question, the envelope creates an peak that raises in a freq range and them goes down again, right? when in "up" mode, does it goes jut up? or first up and then down?
              (same with "down" mode)

              also, i couldnt get what the tron/trill switch does, can anyone explein it?

              were i can find technicall information?, for example in what frequency range it the res and freq knob work? since im using lower frequencys i need to take this in consideration...

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              • #52
                for bass, I recommend setting the input gain very low...

                for just env, & just dist: like you wrote...

                in "up"-mode, it moves up, then down...
                in "down"-mode: first down, then up...
                (in both cases, it starts and finishes at the frequency set by the "frequency" pot) (i.e.: for "up", you usually set it to a lower freq., and for "down" you set it to a higher freq., when you want a large "sway").

                "Tron" is the usual envelope-following,

                "Trill" will re-trigger itself according to the envelope of the already filtered signal, which works best at high "resonance" settings...

                The designer (me) has never provided technical measurements...
                (to let the user`s ears be the personal judge).

                Be aware: even small movements on the knobs can make big differents in sound...
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                • #53
                  Originally posted by puretube
                  for bass, I recommend setting the input gain very low...

                  for just env, & just dist: like you wrote...

                  in "up"-mode, it moves up, then down...
                  in "down"-mode: first down, then up...
                  (in both cases, it starts and finishes at the frequency set by the "frequency" pot) (i.e.: for "up", you usually set it to a lower freq., and for "down" you set it to a higher freq., when you want a large "sway").

                  "Tron" is the usual envelope-following,

                  "Trill" will re-trigger itself according to the envelope of the already filtered signal, which works best at high "resonance" settings...

                  The designer (me) has never provided technical measurements...
                  (to let the user`s ears be the personal judge).

                  Be aware: even small movements on the knobs can make big differents in sound...


                  some more questions....

                  so what is "very low" for the input? almost at zero?
                  maybe i shoul put distortion and sens at 0, and then adjust the input and out so they match the bypassed signal, and then start from there..... and tips here?

                  is it better to put a compressor before or after the unit?

                  so it starts from the freq that i set and goes either up or down and then returns to the freq, but how far does the peaks goes? is this determined by the RES? or the RES determinesd the Q of the peak?

                  i readed in other place that the TRILL acts acording to the TRON plus a modulation envelop added, so why the RES has to do anything to do here?


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                  • #54
                    yes, very low is fully ccw (IIRC, fully to left is not completely off)...

                    yes, drive & sens. all the way down, while "frequency" should be set between ~8 and ~11 o`clock - choose the input gain now so that it doesn`t distort - match the volume to the bypassed signal now by adjusting the "master vol.".

                    Now you can check out, whether the "sens." allows sweeping wide enough, when turned rightwards...
                    (to check the widest possible sweep, turn the "freq" knob all the way down, with "env" in the "up-mode",
                    or "freq" fully right, with "env" in the "down-mode").

                    Note: in "Tron"- mode, the "sensitivity" is directly responding to the input-signal, i.e.: it can be influenced with the guitar`s vol-pot;
                    while in "Trill" - mode, the "sensitivity" and hence the modulation envelope gets influenced by the "input-gain", by the "resonance", and by the position of the "freq." knobs, in addition to the guitar`s volume...

                    The "resonance" determines the "sharpness" of the filtered sound ("Q" - up to self-oscillation),
                    and therefore features higher (smallband) volumes, when set high;
                    this adds to the influence on the "Trill"- modulation envelope,
                    and makes it more pronounced...

                    The "sensitivity"- knob determines how far the peaks can go,
                    maximally. (for both directions).
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                    • #55
                      This thread needs more bumping cause I'm getting one.

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                      • #56
                        Bump

                        Im going to give some of these settings a crack tonight!

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by ayumi
                          This thread needs more bumping cause I'm getting one.


                          got it?
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                          • #58
                            ok, ok.

                            i'm thinking of running two tube zippers in a row maybe with a tube screamer or pulsar in between. woudl the filter of the first one react to the second one in a weird modulated kind of way?

                            ...plus this thread deserves a noteworthy bump......
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                            • #59
                              nope - but the 2nd one would enjoy a tremolo more
                              than a distortion in front.

                              Watch your mind, if you`re routing the first one (via a splitter or Y-cable) into a 2nd amp for stereo, and having one go up, and the other go down...
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                              • #60
                                tried 2 ?
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