How do I edit Timefactor expression pedal settings?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by straticus, Sep 17, 2008.

  1. straticus

    straticus Member

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    I'm really digging the Timefactor. It will most likely boot my DL4 off the pedal board soon.

    Here's what I got from the manual regarding use of the expression pedal (please tell me if I'm doing this correctly):
    Step 1. Put pedal in heal position, adjust settings, save setting.
    Step 2. Put pedal in toe position, adjust settings, save setting.

    This seems to work but here's my problem:
    I want to go back and edit the settings for the heal position. I set the pedal to the heal position, change the settings and save. It says "saved" but it not saved. The first setting is still there.:huh

    What am I doing wrong?
     
  2. Andre357

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    You need to first clear out the old setting. Hit toe - put parameter to 0 - hit heel - put parameter to 0. WHALA, your setting is no longer controlled by the expression pedal.

    Now you can go in, put in your new parameter settings for toe and heel....then SAVE the patch and your done.

    Good luck !
     
  3. frizbplaya

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    I'm not using the expression pedal.. but that would annoy me if I were :(
     
  4. straticus

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    So, if all I want to do is make a small adjustment to the heal position setting, I have to clear the both the heal and toe settings first and start from scratch?

    Man, I really hope that's not the case. Doesn't seem very well thought out.
     
  5. Andre357

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    You welcome :rolleyes:
     
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  6. straticus

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    My response wasn't directed at you. Sorry if you took it that way. I do appreciate your help.

    I just think that if it is as you say (and I have no reason to doubt you) than that's a pretty bad design. Especially for a pedal of this caliber.

    But thanks again for your help.:BEER
     

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