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Will it/Won't it? A few questions
« on: September 17, 2021, 10:58:23 AM »
Hey All,

Just discovered this and I'm really excited. I've not done anything with pi, but have a little experience with arduino for.programming
I'm wondering;

How can I get a list of effects and their parameters delay times etc.. 

Effect routing, can i have a wet dry wet effect set up? One input from a guitar, then a signal chain that splits one mono output to one output. Then the other chain that goes through stereo effects and that goes out to 2 separate outputs?

Can you run 2 amp models at the same time?

Is there an acoustic stimulator?

Is there any outputs that can be configured to control external sources. Example; to control a muting relay or external effects loop?





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Re: Will it/Won't it? A few questions
« Reply #1 on: September 18, 2021, 03:12:22 PM »
Can't answer all the questions but, regarding the list of effects, you can go chek out blokaslabs website where you can find a list and description of the effects available in modep (note that more effects can be installed , some will have minimal GUI in MODEP and some guys in github did GUI for extra plugins)
Regarding routing, you can route things however you want but in the pi-stomp configuration you're limited to 2 inputs and 2 outputs. You can then use them pretty much how you want. You can have two guitars playing with totally independent audio path (amp sim, effects, etc.), or you can use one input/output as an effect loop.

I don't think there is an accoustic simulator in the available effects

There is a few GPIO outputs available, checkout the documentation, it says:
- ADC with header for adding up to 8 Analog controls (pots, faders, expression pedal, switches, etc.)
- Debounce with header for up to 5 momentary switches (footswitches, pushbutton, etc.)
- Header for 3 uncommitted GPIO pins for whatever (ins/outs, sensors, LED's, etc.)

Hope it helps