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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by vvvmmm, Jul 23, 2021.
Assume that's yer dilemma - what doya do?
Since you gave no budget, I will say get a Subdecay Prometheus DLX and whatever octaver looks nice.
I have pedals I like (many of each, even including phasers what were not my question), and I thought I was clear - but lemme try again:
2 envelopes, or 1 envelope and 1 octave - that is my question.
Both posts recommended a filter and an octaver, so how can we better serve this question?
ok figure it out yourself then
By answering my actual question, but don't worry about it - you can talk about budgets and what your preferred pedal brands, models and even classifications are, what you think "looks nice" and what should not be forgotten.
My question for anyone else stands: 2 envelopes, or 1 envelope and 1 octave?
Nice - who melted your chocolate?
Here's what I ended up with:
Pedal Breeders' BIG Board Club Part III
I guess it depends on your needs?
Honestly, I can't seem to find anywhere I prefer an octave to an envelope lately, but I feel like I "should" have an octave ...
OP, why are you asking us a question that you already answered for yourself? And why be rude to people trying to help you?
In general, for me, I would go two EFs. Octaver is harder for me to just “fit in” to a song, it seems more like the band has to be playing something that really needs octaver, or the synth-style sound.
But 2 EFs is two flavors of a great sound that seems easier to use here and there, just as an accent or a spice.
One band I play with does demand an octaver because the BL wants a lot of different textures in the bass.
But I have actually just stepped up to a PT JR and can fit twin EFs and an octaver.
The SA Spectrum, or the C4, can do both EF and octaver and EF plus octaver in a single patch. That might be a way to have your cake and eat it too?
simple: boss oc-5. dod fx25, digitech synth wah, mutron clone, seamoon clone, source audio stuff, bozz hyper fuzz, and a maestro octave fuzz. mooer krush pedal.. those get most of the synth tones people are after or get smart.. and get midi keyboard pay record.. hit the play back.. and play along softly.. like a smart person
ps synth is a pain. only add this to your pedal board.. if you want to relearn how you play
For me it would depend on the gig but does this help....
Octave into envelope filter
Two envelope filters can be pretty cool, to use two settings without having to mess with the knobs (not great live) and they can give you some crazy sounds together... but I'd prefer an octaver and a filter envelope. Even better if you add some overdrive. Various combinations of the three will cover a lot of ground with a lot of interesting and useful funky sounds.
totally one env and one oct.
Both. 2 envelopes AND an octave