Resident Resonance (H3000 Band Delay)

Resident Resonance by blortblort includes: 
144 preset files (over 1100 snapshots...'presets within presets' ;] )
6 different "defaults" for your convenience if you decide to create your own sets... the basic instruction for automating snapshot changes in Ableton Live
1 alp file that contains a set with examples of clips set up to automate changes of the snapshots.

When I first demo'd the Eventide H3000 Band Delay, I knew it was something special. One of the very first things that I did was to map the delay time to the Mod Wheel of my MIDI controller....something you just could not easily do with any other delay vst that I know of... Hearing the smooth transitions that resulted just made me smile immediately. I knew that I had to dive deeper into the belly of the beast. I set about the task of learning the power of the function generator, modulating feedback ratios, and a host of other things that are simply NOT available in any delay devices out there...especially one with the sound of the H3000 Band Delays
It was well AFTER I had started creating presets for this set that I discovered the POWER of the snapshot scenarios that a part of every preset... Theoretically, you COULD have as many as 32 snapshots in a preset (!!!)
For the sake of time and sanity, the presets in Resident Resonance have from 4 to 16 snapshots included within.

What this means is that while there may only be 144 preset files, there ARE actually 1180 total snapshots in this set...  EACH SNAPSHOT represents its own preset in fact...  

The main reason that I decided to push to create this set WITH snapshots is so the TRUE POWER of the Eventide H3000 Band Delay might be realized for you if you elect to use automation! yep- you can fairly easily set up the H3000 Band Delay to change snapshots using automation.  while actual instruction will vary from host to host, it should generally be pretty similar in function.
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