Flanger and Phaser settings on Strymon Mobius?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Elskens Philippe, Apr 14, 2016.

  1. Elskens Philippe

    Elskens Philippe Member

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    I'm pretty new to flanger and phaser, so I have some difficulty dialing in good sounds with my Mobius.
    Can you share your settings please (and maybe which songs they sound good for?).
    For Flanger: interested in EVH Ain't talking bout love, and Muse!
    For Phaser: interested in anything;-)
    Thanks!
     
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  3. critter74

    critter74 Supporting Member

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    First, se.t your phase and flanger to run BEFORE dirt. All of the tines you're asking about are ran before dirt.

    I sold my Möbius a while ago, so these are from the analog counter parts I have:

    EVH- "Ain't Talkin' About Love" and "Unchained": Grey Box (MXR) mode and pretty much everything set about 1:00 on the dial (Manual, Depth, Speed & Res)

    Phase: General rule of thumb: the less stages, the more low end and deeper "throb". The more stages,mother mor pronounced the phase. From Univibe type stuff, 2-4 stages, low depth, higher speed. For Pink Floyd 70's type phase (non Mutron Bi-Phase) 4-6 stages, higher Depth, slower speed. If you run a 4 stage with a high depth and medium speed before dirt with a lot of gain, you can get a cool Auto-Wah sound. With the sped off, you can get a cool cocked wah sound that changes with the differnt stages.

    In general it's usually best to keep the mix between 50-60%.
     
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