Spring models the sound and character of the popular artificial reverbs found in guitar amplifiers. It also goes a step further by allowing access to physical parameter controls not readily available in a real spring tank.
By tweaking these parameters, the Spring algorithm can create faithful representations of real springs or push the physical boundaries to achieve new distinctive sounds. Pay extra attention to the Tension [TNSION] and Num Springs [NUMSPR] knobs to control the amount of “springiness”. For good measure, we’ve also included a tube amp style tremolo at the reverb input.
Mix: wet/dry between reverb and tremolo dry signal
Decay: decay in seconds or note-based in Tempo Mode
Tension: Controls spring tension
Number of Springs: number of springs in the ‘tank,’ mixes in 1 to 3 springs
Low Band Damping: Sets the damping frequency for the low end
High Band Damping: Sets the damping frequency for the high end
Tempo is turned ON/OFF on the H9 by simultaneously pressing the Right Footswitch and the PRESETS button
With Tempo OFF, tapping can be used to adjust delay parameter values (displayed as milliseconds or Hz)
With Tempo ON, tempo is in BPM
Modify pitch by musical intervals (diatonic) to harmonize vocals or solo instruments
Tremolo Intensity: input tremolo intensity or depth (tremolo is pre-reverb)
Tremolo Rate: input tremolo rate in Hz or note-based in Tempo Mode
Modulation Level: mixes in modulation for a nice chorusing effect
Resonance: metallic resonance at the [HI-DMP] frequency
All H9 algorithms require an H9 stompbox to function.
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