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    loremil
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-07-14

    Hello - I have a Spark Booster pedal and absolutely love it for bass. I wanted to ask if you could provide the EQ points and sweeps for the:

    Bass Control

    Treble Control

    Fat Setting

    Mid Setting

    Thanks!

    Lorenzo

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    jwendt99
    Newcomer - Level 2
    2022-07-12

    Hi. I'm doing a practice effects/drums/looper pedalboard and want a single pedal to cover chorus/flanger/tremolo/vibrato/etc modulation effects.

    I happen to have two TCE Quintessence pedals that have three (3) toneprint slots.

    Can I load other toneprints from other TCE pedals (chorus, flanger, tremolo, etc) into the toneprint slots on the Quintessence pedal (using the toneprint app/editor)?

    And if yes, then would this also work on other 3-toneprint-slot pedals (Flashback 2 Delay, HoF 2, Infinite Sample)?

    Thanks,

    Jdub99

     

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    SkipBurz64
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-07-10

    I have a brand new (right out of the box) Falshback 2 Mini that randomly turns itself off. I'm a jazz guitar player. I use some light delay as an "always on" effect. Since I first plugged it in, I'll look down at my pedal board after a while (maybe 10-15 minutes) of playing and notice that it's off. I thought at first that perhaps it wasn't getting enough power, so I gave it its own 500ma tap on my Strymon power supply.

    As soon as I took it out of the box the other day, I plugged it into my computer and did a firmware update. Its running ver 4.5.08, which the TonePrint App says is the latest version. Any ideas?

    Thanks much.

     

    Skip B.

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    • SkipBurz64
      NicJonesMT Hi Skipburz64.
      Can you please click support at the top of the page and submit a tech support ticket.
      • Jul 11
    • SkipBurz64
      PedroRodrigues Hi SkipBurz64, I would suggest to first remove your pedal from your pedalboard and confirm that your Flashback 2 Mini operates when connected directly to a Standard Positive Centre Negative PSU that offers 9 V DC >100 mA.
      If your Flashback 2 Mini powers up correctly the issue may be on your Strymon power supply.
      If your Flashback 2 Mini keep powering off even when using the correct PSU, the issue may be on your pedal and in that case, I would recommend request assistance for your pedal by following the link below:
      https://community.musictribe.com/pages/create-new-ticket?type=service%20request&brand=TCElectronic

      I hope this helps

      Thank you
      • Jul 22
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    jnapoli
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-07-10

    I recently purchased a new TC ditto looper (original model) to replace my old one, which I used so much over the years that the switch wore out. I ordered the new one on Amazaon about a month ago and I'm having a problem. I do two 4-hour solo instrumental guitar gigs every week and use the looper on almost every song every night so it is an essential part of my rig to say the least. At least once during each gig, I go to delete a previous loop before starting a new song, and I do the double tap and hold it down for a few seconds, and rather than delete the loop it goes into a quickly flashing red light that won't stop. I unplug the power and instrument cables, sometimes over and over and sometimes it goes back to the flashing green light to tell me it has my previous loop stored again but as soon as I try to delete or even play back that loop it goes back to what I now call the "flashing red light of death" lol. Do I have a defective pedal or is there a fix?? I've used a lot of loopers, but I otherwise like the Ditto best and as previously mentioned I rely on it a LOT for my weekly solo gigs so I need a solution before I'm force to use something different, or have to order another replacement after less than two months. Thanks!

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    • jnapoli
      Dale_M We would suggest you open a Technical ticket from the above Support tab so we can assist.
      • Jul 11
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    UKSlinger
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-07-08

    I notice that the quick start guides for the Dreamscape, and several other TC Electronic pedals I've got, quote the power input as 9v >100ma.

    Does that mean 100ma is actually OK, or should I really be using a 9v/300ma supply, or even 9v/500ma for optimum performance?

    Paul.

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    • UKSlinger
      WilliamR Anything 100mA or higher should work just fine.
      • Jul 8
      • Power for my Dreamscape
        UKSlinger Thanks for the reply. I've ordered a Mosky ISO-10 power supply, so every pedal on the board will be getting at least 300ma
        • Jul 11
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    Boyard
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-07-07

    Hi!

     

    I am just setting my toneprints for my Fashback x4 2. I was wondering if it was possible for a mash effect to immediately turn off as soon as my foot is taken off of the switch. (i.e. pressing and holding the mash function goes into loud feedback, and as soon as the foot is taken off the pedal, returns to the standard delay setting with no more feedback/oscillation from the mash setting). 

     

    So far my work around has been to have the effects dip to 0 at the 100% mash press, but would love to know if there was an easier way that wasn't relient on perfect foot pressure. 

     

    Hope this makes sense.

     

    Thanks!

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    • Boyard
      PedroRodrigues Hi Boyard, thank you for your post, please consider that the MASH function on the FLASHBACK 2 X4 is a very innovative feature that allows continuous control of a desired parameter through pressure on one of the footswitches.

      The standard toggle function of the footswitches reacts to single, quick presses of the switch to engage a preset.

      If you press the switch slightly harder and hold it down, the MASH function will engage, causing the associated MASH LED to light up slightly.

      As you press down harder on the switch, the LED lights up brighter and the parameter that has been assigned to this function will change accordingly.

      Releasing the footswitch will exit the MASH function and the LED will turn off, but the pedal will still be engaged.

      This operation is the same for MASH parameters assigned to footswitches A, B and C.

      Please note that the pressure needed to reach the maximum MASH level is only 10 kg, around 20 pounds, which can be achieved just by squeezing with your fingers. You shouldn’t need to lean too much weight on the pedal.

      With some practice, this feature will become familiar and expressive much like a wah or volume pedal.

      Using the TonePrint app, you can assign your own parameters, up to 3, to this unique feature and save a custom preset that allows you to create sounds that very few delay units have been capable of before.
      I hope this helps. Thank you
      • Jul 13
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    chrisbarham
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-07-07

    So i just got a Plethora, and i love it.  But have a question.  Many tc pedals have 4 knobs on them and i have no idea how to access these on the plethora.  For example the hyper gravity has the blend knob, but there is no way to adjust this on the plethora.  I dont really want to use tone prints to do this as its much easier just to turn a button.  Can these 4th knobs be accessed somehow or will the forth knob feature be added at some point.

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    • chrisbarham
      WilliamR Hello, At the moment you would have to access this from the tone print app which can be done via Bluetooth from your iOS or Android device.
      • Jul 7
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    Ally
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-07-04

    I am trying to import a wav file from GarageBand into my looper.

    I'm exporting the file to desktop.

    wav 24bit

    Then dragging into DittoIt appears to accept it

    then Ditto can't read the file 

    can anyone help

     

    ally

     

    error message reads backtrack to short

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    • Ally
      NicJonesMT Hi Ally
      I believe that I responded to your technical support ticket.
      Can you please check your Spam/Junk in your email incase it was routed to here?
      • Jul 5
    • Ally
      PedroRodrigues Hi Ally, thank you for your post, please ponder that the backing track should be the only thing in a folder when you transfer them to the pedal.
      Also note that the file you transfer into your Ditto+ should not be named b.wav or BT.wav
      Say you transfer a track called jam.wav into folder 01track and then remove the USB cable.
      The pedal will show “processing” while it converts your backing track into the native format of the Ditto+ (PCM mono 24bit @44.1kHz).
      Once converted, your backing track is ready for use. This is indicated by this icon in the lower left corner of the display
      If you connect USB again and look into folder 01track, you will notice that jam.wav has been replaced with BT.wav (your backing track converted into native format) and LOOP.wav (The workfile which will contain your dubs).
      Please confirm that your file has the following supported format:
      • PCM mono 16bit @ 44.1kHz
      • PCM stereo 16bit @ 44.1kHz
      • PCM mono 24bit @ 44.1kHz
      • PCM stereo 24Bit @ 44.1kHz
      • PCM mono 32bit @ 44.1kHz
      • PCM stereo 32bit @ 44.1kHz
      • Float mono 32bit @ 44.1kHz
      • Float stereo 32bit @ 44.1kHz

      I hope this helps

      Thank you
      • Jul 13
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    lasi24k
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-06-28

    Hi, I have a flashback delay pedal. I used to use the mono output into my amp, and all went good. I think I started to play with the TonePrint app, and installed some toneprints and now regardless of the type of delay, or regardless of the any knob setting, the mono output sends a dry signal (even if the pedal is engaged). I realized that connecting the "stereo output" actually sends a wet signal so I can still use the pedal, but I'm not sure if I'm getting the full signal. 

    How can I fix this? thanks

     

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    • lasi24k
      PedroRodrigues Hi lasi24k, thank you for your post, I would first suggest confirming how you have set up your DIP SWITCH on your pedal considering that it will allows you to activate or disactivate the Kill-dry function.
      It is also vital that you check how you have set up your pedal on the TONEPRINT App as there is TonePrints that do not comport stereo operation and some parameters are linked to L + R outputs.
      The audio inputs on the right side of this pedal are standard ¼” jacks (mono/TS).
      If your signal source is mono, connect it to the MONO in jack of the pedal.
      If your signal source is stereo, connect the cable carrying the left signal component to the MONO IN jack and the cable carrying the right signal component to the STEREO IN jack.
      When it comes to the Audio outputs in stereo the audio outputs on the left side of this pedal are standard ¼” jacks (mono/TS).
      If the next device in the signal chain has a mono input (e.g. your amp), connect the MONO OUT jack of TC Electronic effect pedal to the other device’s input.
      If the next device in the signal chain has stereo inputs (e.g. another stereo effect pedal), connect the MONO OUT jack of your TC Electronic effect pedal to the left input and the STEREO OUT jack to the right input of the other device.
      I hope this helps.
      Thank you
      • Jun 28
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    afterburner1277
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-06-27

    Hi all,

    I am very new to this and would like to know if anyone has used the Ditto X2 hooked up to a Helix. What is the best place to place it, and hookup details would be so much appreciated? 

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