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Zoom MS-60B patch ideas!!!!!

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by necropain, Jul 30, 2013.


  1. necropain

    necropain

    Aug 21, 2012
    so in honor of there being a B3 patch idea thread in existence I NOW CREATE the MS-60B patch idea thread feel free to post the patch ideas/patches you use/patches you made and like and don't use/whatever patches you have made.


    i will start..

    Patch name: Stamen
    Description: Me recreating a tone close the one i used most commonly in my former band Stamen.

    Effect 1: Delay
    Time 347
    F.B 47
    Mix 44
    Hi DMP 10
    P-P mono
    level 100
    Tail on

    Effect 2: Bass Chorus
    Depth 52
    rate 19
    mix 57
    lo cut 120hz
    level 100
    PreD off

    Effect 3:Mod Reverb
    Depth 46
    decay 26
    mix 58
    rate 23
    tone 7
    PreD 30
    level 100
    tail on

    Effect 4: BassGraphicEQ
    50hz 7
    120hz 5
    400hz 5
    500hz 3
    800hz 0
    4.5Khz 0
    10khz 0
    level 100


    so you don't have to post your patches in that format and i probably will find a more simple way to post mine but there is the first one yall join in!!!
     
  2. Crystalman85

    Crystalman85

    Nov 30, 2008
    Chicago, Il.
    That's pretty cool that you've started this thread, necropain.I don't own a zoom ms-60b yet, but when I do, I'll share some patch ideas. or if you like, I can improvise some patch ideas considering that the zoom ms-60b is a stomp box version of the zoom b3. congrads on starting this thread and good luck.
     
  3. ma4rk

    ma4rk

    Jun 28, 2012
    Sydney, Australia
    Thanks! I might give those effect settings a crack tonight.

    I got one 2 weeks ago. It's pretty simple to use but as it's my first multi fx unit & is doing my head in so I've shelved it until I've completed my cradled-up-in-the-fetal-position-because-it's-so-overwhelming therapy. My main problem is getting consistant volume over the presets - I think I get it right, then come back 30 mins later (without turning the unit off) & I'm not happy.

    Hopefully I'll be able to add something useful to this thread very soon :)
     
  4. Crystalman85

    Crystalman85

    Nov 30, 2008
    Chicago, Il.
    Here's a patch idea that I was thinking of for the zoom ms-60b. this patch came from my zoom b3 patch ideas thread. this patch duplicates the warm distortion sounds of an ebs metaldrive.

    Modern bass distortion

    Effects 1: znr: thresh: 18, detect: grnlft, level: 90

    Effects 2: m comp: thresh:24, ratio:9, level:70, attack:5

    Effects 3: metalwrld: gain:40, tone:18, level:100, balance:18

    Effects 4: svt: bass:3, mid:2, treble:2, midfq:400hz, gain:45, level:59, ultra:low, cab:ag8x10, mix:59
     
  5. necropain

    necropain

    Aug 21, 2012
    Heres a patch idea from my ms-60b its what i use for a clean tone with extra bass boost

    Clean bass boost

    Effect 1: Limiter THRSH 31 Ratio 4 Level 80 Rel 3

    Effect 2: Mark B amp Bass 6 Mid 5 Trebl 2 Mid_F 250hz Gain 50 Level 80 Color 0 Cab 8x10 mix 50

    Effect 3: BassGraphicEQ: 50hz 6 120hz 4 400hz 3 500hz 0 800hz -2 4.5khz -3 10khz-2 level 99
     
  6. Cool

    I'll have to weigh in on this!
     
  7. necropain

    necropain

    Aug 21, 2012
    patch idea i just created. this patch is an INSANE synth tone.

    i call it Cerberus

    Z-Tron: Sense 1 Reso 5 Dry 90 level 92

    Bass Octave: Oct 35 Dry 100 Tone 8 Low Mid 4 Level 100

    Bass Synth: Decay 75 Wave PWM Reso 7 Synth 89 Dry 100 Level 89

    Bass Muff Gain 82 Tone 95 Level 45 Mode bsBST Bal 65
     
  8. gregmon79

    gregmon79 I did it for the muff... Supporting Member

    Dec 20, 2012
    Chicago IL
    Cant wait to get home and try some of these!! Especially the synth one. I think the 60B does a great job with the synth stuff.
     
  9. necropain

    necropain

    Aug 21, 2012
    totally would like to know what patches others are using.
     
  10. necropain

    necropain

    Aug 21, 2012
    soo heres a really cool i don't know what to call it patch itsa sorta lofi synth distortion?

    anywho i call iT Massacre

    effect 1: D Comp sense 7 tone 8 level 125 ATTCK fast

    effect 2: Z SYN Wave sqr Decay 100 tone 1 freq 3 range 12 reso 0 synth 95 dry 100 level 47

    Effect 3: Bass Muff gain 88 tone 95 level 48 mode BsBst bal 40

    effect 4 Mark B bass 6 mid 3 trebl 3 Mid_f gain 50 Level 80 color 0 CAB 1x18 mix 50
     
  11. jumblemind

    jumblemind I also answer to Bryan Supporting Member

    Aug 27, 2011
    Knoxville
    Those synth tones are evil. I have a tame one for emulating a keyboard bass, Prerogativ:
    effect 1: Z-syn: Wave saw Decay 97 Tone 4 Freq 0 Range 4 Reso 5 Synth 46 Dry 56 Level 80
    effect 2: Bass Pre: Bass 3 Trebl 3 Level 80 Mid 9 Freq 800hz
    effect 3: Limiter: THRSH 34 Ratio 4 Level 90 Rel 7

    For a tone that cuts in a muddy room, SVT Stabby:
    effect 1: BassGraphicEQ: 50hz 0 120hz 5 400hz 0 500hz 5 800hz 0 4.5khz 5 10khz 0 Level 100
    effect 2: SVT: Bass -1 Mid 5 Trebl 4 Mid_F 350hz Gain 39 Level 33 Ultra OFF Cab AG 8x10 Mix 50

    For a touch of dirt, BBdrivin:
    effect 1: BassBB: Gain 12 Bass 3 Trebl 5 Blend 68 Level 70

    For thick, beefy fuzz, Jumblefuzz:
    effect 1: BassBooster: Gain 46 Bass -1 Trebl -3 Level 35
    effect 2: BassBB: Gain 84 Bass 3 Trebl -3 Blend 88 Level 70
    effect 3: B-Man amp: Bass -1 Mid 8 Trebl -2 Mid_F 500hz Gain 30 Level 60 Deep OFF Cab BM 4x12 Mix 50
     
  12. necropain

    necropain

    Aug 21, 2012
    its makes me happy that you called my synth tones evil. ^>^ im gonna have to try out your patches. im loading them into my 60b as i type this
     
  13. jumblemind

    jumblemind I also answer to Bryan Supporting Member

    Aug 27, 2011
    Knoxville
    Ha, well you may be disappointed with mine. They're more utilitarian for the gigs I'm on right now, I'll have to look up some of my weirder stuff later.
     
  14. necropain

    necropain

    Aug 21, 2012
    no i like your synth and the the SVT Stabby patch they are both very useful and practical. which is something i need more of but have a hard time making for some reason. as much as i like effects from subtle to extreme. i have hard time making tones on the subtle end for some reason.
     
  15. KPJ

    KPJ

    Oct 2, 2001
    Methuen, MA USA
    Good stuff
     
  16. GreggBummer

    GreggBummer Supporting Member

    Jan 16, 2008
    Southern New Jersey
    I can't say I find this usable for me... But I learned a lot tinkering with this. Thanks.
     
  17. gleneg61

    gleneg61

    Jan 10, 2008
    Osaka Japan
    Here's a bunch of patches I've programmed over a few hours over a few days so grab a coffee, your 60B & see what fits ya! For the record, I used my Thumb b/o 5 in passive mode, p/ups centred, finger style & I play over the rear p/up 95% to cop a Jacoesque type tightness & feel, especially as the synth sounds require clean articulation. Still the odd bleep, bloop, quack here n there with some patches due to muting & attacking technique but by n large not bad. I'm an 80's guy, sans mullet, so I was trying for a Howard Jones, Swing Out Sister, Stevie Wonder, EWF cleaner type synth vibe as I'm not a fan of OD/Fuzz & Dist type sounds mostly. These days I'm a hired gun for cover bands so I need to have versatility & the MS60B is a godsend. I'll list the FX from left to right as they appear on the screen, NOT in 1,2,3,4 order from right to left & I'll list the parameter values in order in the same way, toggling through them left to right from page 1. Have fun n tweak away whatever suits your fancy. PS, pardon some corny names, you can take the guy out of marketing but.....

    Marcuss
    Hrt3500-2,0,3,50,0,40,9,HA4x10,50.
    BassEns-65,16,100,6,90
    Exciter-50,44,75

    BirdlandJo
    BassSynth-36,PWM,7,66,60,65
    160Comp- -20,4,10,Soft,40

    Howie
    BassPara-80,4,2,1.0,2,2,50
    ZSyn-Saw,50,6,3,10,8,100,50,75

    Hojo
    BassSyn-25,Saw,4,40,60,90

    Yahmob
    BassGraphicEQ- -6,0,0,0,0,5,0,120
    ZSyn-Saw,25,10,2,4,10,100,40,85
    OptComp-0,40,70,

    ZG5
    BassGrapEQ- -6,0,6,0,6,0,0,90
    Ztron-1,2,30,30
    ZSyn-Saw,50,9,4,8,10,66,50,75
    MComp-40,4,80,5

    SwingOut
    BassGraphEQ- -6,8,-8,6,6,0,0,80
    BassSyn-15,Pulse,3,70,60,60
    160Comp- -30,5.0,10,Soft,75

    Progativ (thnx to Jumblemind)
    BassPre-3,5,35,6,500
    ZSyn-Saw,75,5,0,4,10,50,50,60
    Limiter-34,4,60 5

    GSynth
    ZSyn-Saw,50,5,2,12,16,70,60,70
    DComp-5,6,75,Fast

    Hella
    ZNR-20,Efxin,100
    StdSyn-0,1,0,25,75,50
    160Comp- -30,5.0,7,Soft,85

    Badland
    BassGraphEQ- -6,6,0,0,0,0,0,60
    BassSyn-80,Saw,7,50,60,65
    160Comp- -20,4.0,15,Hard,30

    That's it for now, more to come in the future. Glen
     
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  18. jumblemind

    jumblemind I also answer to Bryan Supporting Member

    Aug 27, 2011
    Knoxville
    A few more that I've found usable at gigs; you can tell by the names most are based on songs I'm covering. Some are still in progress as I tweak after each outing.

    Jumbledrive for more cutting power:
    effect 1: Line Selector: (for stomping on and off mid song)
    effect 2: Bass Booster: Gain 87 Bass 5 Trebl -3 Level 20
    effect 3: Bass BB: Gain 95 Bass 3 Trebl -3 Blend 80 Level 40
    effect 4: SVT: Bass 1 Mid 4 Trebl -1 Mid_F 400hz Gain 30 Level 31 Ultra OFF CAB AG8x10 Mix 50

    Flashlight (funky walking wah):
    effect 1: 160 Comp: THRSH -29 Ratio 4.1 Gain 6 Knee Hard Level 100
    effect 2: Z Tron: Sense 5 Reso 10 Dry 50 Level 57
    effect 3: B-Man: Bass 0 Mid -4 Trebl 0 Mid_F 200hz Gain 50 Level 76 Deep OFF CAB HA4x10 Mix 50

    LikeHeaven (chorus-ish):
    effect 1: Bass Chorus: (stock, i think) Depth 42 Rate 23 Mix 57 LoCut 120hz Level 100 PreD OFF
    effect 2: HD Hall: PreD 81 Decay 45 Mix 44 LoDMP 32 HiDMP 70 Tail OFF

    MovinStereo (compressed funkish sound):
    effect 1: Bass Pitch: Shift 12 Tone 1 Bal 10 Fine 0 Level 140
    effect 2: A-Filter: Sense 7 Peak 3 Mode Up Dry 52 Level 84
    effect 3: 160 Comp: THRSH -31 Ratio 5.6 Gain 10 Knee Hard Level 100
    effect 4: Acoustic: Bass 1 Mid 0 Trebl 3 Mid_F 400hz Gain 29 Level 52 Bright OFF AC1x18 Mix 50

    DangerZone (mimics 80s keyboard bass):
    effect 1: D Comp: Sense 3 Tone 8 Level 125 ATTCK Fast
    effect 2: Bass Ensemble: Depth 48 Rate 23 Mix 80 Tone 5 Level 100
    effect 3: Bass Octave: Oct 58 Dry 100 Tone 8 Low 3 Mid 4 Level 100
     
  19. necropain

    necropain

    Aug 21, 2012
    jumblemind i love your filter patched they are way better than the ones i've been trying to make.
     
  20. gregmon79

    gregmon79 I did it for the muff... Supporting Member

    Dec 20, 2012
    Chicago IL
    I agree. I take pics on my phone and go to town setting patches up hehe. I've been running my B7K into the 60b's SVT sim. Very very nice. SVT on steroids!