So I've wanted one of these since they came out, but never pulled the trigger. I just got a v1 in a trade and holy shit is it amazing. I plugged my DX7 into it and got lost for a good hour yesterday. It warmed up the ridiculously 80s DX7 tones and transformed them into massive soundscapes when I really started pushing the decay and feedback. Now I just want to run everything into the Avalanche Run
Jwar wrote:Oh my good God I don't even want to fess up about how dumb I am!! Problem solved. Fuck! hahahahahahahahaha
space6oy wrote:wrong in?
I was messing around with programming the DX7 and all of a sudden everything went quiet. I spent way too long reading up on DX7 programming thinking I messed something up along the way. Turns out I bypassed the Avalanche Run to better hear what I was changing and had plugged the L in and the R out on the Avalanche Run....
Good news? I now have a much better understanding of how to program the DX7
I really love the sound of the Avalanche Run! Only issue is not having to engage (by footswitch) either the delay or reverb independent of one another without turning a knob!
Recently I bought Avalanche Run and I was also very impressed by this great ambient reverb and delay, especially like Reverse mode. I agree the lack of an independent switch between reverb and delay is a little flaw of this pedal, but generally it is really cool.
Just want to share a little video of my band The Wicker Man (sorry for the quality, it was filmed on smartphone) where we used avalanche run (pedal effects starts at 3.45):