Tyler Variax HD Workbench Patches
Started by Ringleader, April 22, 2013, 07:46:07 PM
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Quote from: ElantricNot going to happen, there is no USB Host port functionality on IO Dock. I own one.
Quotemidi controlled ABY switcher
QuoteHey Ringleader - what a great pedalboard!
QuoteCan you draw a signal chain so I understand how you're handling the vocal / guitar paths?
QuoteHow do you connect the USB devices? I assume the connection to your iPad isn't wireless (Loopy / synths) and I can't see a USB lead going the Kenton.
QuoteAlso, the material to cover the bottom of the pedalboard seems to be a great idea! What is it called / where can I find it?
QuoteSince you were using Loopy on your first post of this thread - Do you have a trick to handle this:- Record clean guitar into loop 1 of Loopy- Switch to another loop on Loopy- Switch to another sound (maybe a synth or guitar lead sound)- Record that onto the second loop...all with the SoftStep / not using your hands to operate the iPad?
Quote from: LoopInfinitum on January 12, 2014, 12:31:43 PMwow wow! thanks so much for posting, these are all bad*ss -- so much so that i had to register and post: would y'all be so kind to upload/link some videos of these badboys in action? especially looping + patch changing... would absolutely love to see some of the possibilities you're discovering. looks like i have some barely-justifiable-purchases to make...
QuoteGuys I know this is an old thread, but I'm just getting into doing cool things with the Zoom. I want a slightly more simple setup, and this is what I'm thinking:Just doing audio, no FTP....IPad-> USB hub via CCKUSB Midi foot controller -> USB hubZoom G3 -> USB HubI'll just use Loopy HD for guitar loops. Basically program the footswitch to do Loopy functions (start. stop clear. overdub, etc)I might also want to use MidiBridge on the iPad and try to control patch changes on the zoom. Pretty simple. Any ideas or gotchas?
Quote from: Elantric on April 07, 2016, 06:44:50 AMThat setup works Be sure to use a powered USB Hub I would let the G3 do all the Guitar Amp sims - because the Zoom G3's USB Audio is limited to 16 bits, which yields more noise when used with IOS Amp Modeling apps -but will be perfectly fine for an IOS Looper. Read this thread to understand the pitfalls and what works https://www.vguitarforums.com/smf/index.php?topic=9581.0
QuoteSo I just bought the camera kit, brought it home and connected it to my Ipad. Oh my. I can see why people go this route. Just with stock SampleTank sounds; it falls between SY and 55 territory. Not uber realistic but very doable. With zero tweaking on any sort of parameters on the Ipad; I'd rate it the same as far as tracking and glitches go. Quicker than the GR but not quite as smooth as the SY. I'll be working with this quite a bit more. Suggestions welcome for IPad synth tones But I might just buy some more sample tank stuff and good.