How long till there is a shimmer toneprint?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by ACE 4080, Feb 25, 2012.

  1. ACE 4080

    ACE 4080 Member

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    Seems like a lot of verbs are getting shimmer: the space, the wet is gonna have it soon and of course BSR. It only makes sense that tc is working on it, shimmer seems to be a selling point for a lot of guys, I actually got the HoF anticipating a shimmer toneprint.
     
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    It is the most logical next step for TC. I bet they are already on it.
     
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    IIRC, the TC HoF doesn't have the proper algorithms for shimmer...or something like that. I'm sure they'll do it, but they'll have to update the hardware (put out a new HoF) first.
     
  4. ACE 4080

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    It'd be a shame of thats the way it is. That could put the HoF in the lead in the best reverb race
     
  5. Godspeed64

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    TC doesn't have Octave algorithms set in their tone print editor.

    Wait what do you mean by the Wet is gonna get shimmer soon? I don't see any news regarding that?
     
  6. ACE 4080

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    I saw in a post somewhere on here that someone from neunaber said that they were working on a shimmer, and it can be downloaded to the Wet with the Pedal Customizer Software
     
  7. cookedbutok

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    I message Neunaber about it a few weeks ago, and he said that it was something that they will eventually have, but didn't have any release timeframe.

    I pestered TC about a Shimmer/Octo/whatever Toneprint and they said it wasn't a possibility, at least at that time, the technology wasn't able to do any type of octaves.
     

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