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Monday, 25 February 2013

Combining presets (Periphery, Sfogli...)

Those who downloaded my presets for firmware 7, some months ago, may have noticed a preset named "Rectoball". Rather than a gratuitous display of my good taste regarding presets naming (although it would have been funnier with a "s" in the end), it was in fact a combination of two presets from Ola Englung, the chug master ( ), one using a "Rectifier" model (aka "Recto"), the other a Powerball. I panned one amp full left, the other full right. Sounded quite powerful.

Now, with the recent "Scene" feature, more things are possible with dual amp configs, like combining a rhythm and a lead preset into one, or two rhythm presets etc. Which I just did with the Marco Sfogli and Periphery (Bulb and Nolly) presets.

Here you' ll find three presets (right click, save as) :

In the Sfogli one, I combined his rhythm and lead presets. Scenes 1-3 are his rhythm tone, without and with delay and chorus. Scenes 4-5 are his lead preset (although I added a reverb even if he doesn't use one, but you can bypass it for these scenes)

For the Bulb/Nolly rhythm preset, you have :
Scene 1  : Bulb
Scene 2 : Nolly
Scene 3 : both, panned hard left/right - that's right, an instant Periphery stereo rhythm sound :)

I did the same for the Bulb/Nolly lead preset, although a stereo panning (scene 3) is less interesting for leads

These are just some basic examples of what is possible. Don't hesitate to experiment these ideas, combining your own presets, or presets downloaded from Axe Change !

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