ceriatone / eventide timefactor / clean

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by jzucker, Apr 19, 2008.

  1. benjammin

    benjammin Member

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    *******, you need to stop posting clips! They sound too good! GAS SETTING IN AHH SOMEONE HIDE THE CREDIT CARDSSOJDFSALDFJ


    ps sounds great, thanks for the clips
     
  2. fullerplast

    fullerplast Senior Member

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    Nice!

    Really shows the cleans well.
     
  3. lv

    lv Supporting Member

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    Sounds beautiful.

    What speaker and mic?
     
  4. jzucker

    jzucker Supporting Member

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    avatar 2x12 cab w/wizard speakers. Sennheiser 609mic.
     
  5. lukeII

    lukeII Supporting Member

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    Is this the Overtone model??

    sounds really nice
     
  6. jzucker

    jzucker Supporting Member

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    yes, overtone model clean channel
     
  7. andybaylor

    andybaylor Supporting Member

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    Oh Yeah! This sounds great! Great job Jack.
     
  8. odourboy

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    Very tasty! What guitar Jack?
     
  9. racktifier

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    beautiful :AOK Share your timefactor settings please!
     
  10. Jason Carter

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    Very nice Jack, are you using a D'lator type device in the loop? That is a really nice recorded tone.
     
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    Wow - I haven't listen to the whole clip yet - but here am I posting. Very nicely done Jack! What guitar is that?
     
  12. jzucker

    jzucker Supporting Member

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    It's a grosh strat, maple neck.

    Time factor was vintage delay set to 12 bit and a bit of modulation. Sounds very analogish to me.

    No dumblator. My Klein-ulator should be ready tomorrow. I found that using the "line" setting on the output of the timefactor gives me a boost in volume relatively akin to unity so I'm not losing gain in the effect loop like you do normally with pedals. I'm also using a digitech digiverb set on spring going into the timefactor.
     
  13. donbarzini

    donbarzini Member

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    Nice Jack, that sounds wonderful.
     
  14. NFB

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    Jack,

    Great clip!

    TONNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNE
     
  15. radcliff

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    man THOSE are some cleans :)
     
  16. xStonr

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    Very nice clean tone. :AOK :phones
     

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