Today we are going to talk about how to navigate the timeline's banks and presets. This is a great feature that really helps open up the pedal to live situations. We will also look at how to name and store presets. Right now we are at bank 00 and have the option of preset A and preset B. In typical set I usually have my A delay for intros, outdoors, and hooks and use the B delay to fill in space on the verses or maybe a down chorus. Of course this is not set in stone as some songs may call for more sounds and others may have no delay at all.
On each Bank you can go between you A preset and your B preset, or turn the delay off all together. You also have your tap tempo here, I have mine set to a global tap so the temp carries over between banks and presets. you can set this to be global or per preset. Another nice feature on the Timeline is color of the LED indicated the tempo division. When amber it indicates it is not set to a quester note time division. Green means it is a quarter note delay.
To change banks you can turn the Value encoder. This is nice when you are practicing or building tones on your own, but not practical in a live setting. Luckily, the team over at Strymon thought the same thing and built in a second way to change banks. To bank up simply tap th eB delay and tap tempo at the same time. To bank down you will tap the A and B delay. This can feel a little awkward at first as you need to angle your foot a little, but I've found it is pretty easy as long as I keep the pedal on the bottom row of my board. A third way to switch banks is externally either through a midi controller, or the Strymon Multi-switch which uses the TRS jack.
Now, lets say you've created a sound you are really excited about and want to save it for the future. Simple press the value encoder once and then turn it counter clockwise until you come to the NAME menu. Press the Value encoder once more to edit the name. Simply turn the type encoder to select which character you wish to edit and turn the Value encoder to select your character. Now press the value encoder to exit the menu, press and hold the Type encoder until you see the word SAVE. You can select which bank you wish to save your preset to by turning the Value encoder. Once you have arrived at the desired bank press either the A B preset to determine where you save your settings.
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