Here is a "user's defined LOGIG ENVIRONMENT". This one is made on Logic 4 (PC-Version).
Here is a "MIDI MIXER MAP" for STEINBERGS CUBASE sequencer.
And here is an Instrument Definition and a Studioware Panel for CAKEWALK
This drawing illustrates the pedal cirquit, suitable for the PEDAL INPUT of the Sherman Filterbank 2.
As "pedal pot" a 50 K (linear or log : to your taste) pot can be used too. The amount pot can be any dual pot, 100K linear. The switch can be of any type, usually the toggle switch of the pedal that toggles by pressing the pedal thoroughly. When the switch is open, the filterbank switches OUT1 and MAIN OUT in bypass, no matter the position of bypass-effect pot on the FB2. The green led, right on the FB2 indicates the the bypass/effect switching. This cirquit can also be built in a guitar or other instrument. Just watch out NOT to connect the earth (ring of the jack) of this cirquit to the earth (ring of the jack) of the guitar/instrument elements. You need an extra jack in the guitar isolated from the original jack. Another nice idea is using an LDR parallel with a resistor of 27 K, as replacement of the "pedal pot" in the guitar, and glue (use transparent glue) this behind a hole of approx 5 mm in the cover plate of the guitar. Awesome fast fingertip modulations can be played by covering/uncovering this hole from spotlight. The amount pot gives the weakest modulation round middle position, and in the (opposite) extreme positions, the strongest (opposite) modulation.
DO IT YOURSELF PEDAL ADAPTATION FOR SHERMAN
- Practical guide to adapt the Ernie Ball pedal 8161 for use with the pedal input of the Sherman Filterbank 2, rack and double rack
- Practical guide to adapt the Ernie Ball stereo volume pedal 6167 for use as bypass/effect, or whatever/whatever-else mixing on the Sherman Filterbank 1,2, rack and double rack
HOW TO DECREASE THE 100 Hz PWM NOISE
- Decrease the 100 Hz PWM noise typical phenomenom for FB V1 that is particulary audible when the AR trigger works with no signal input.
HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN LFO OUTPUT
It is very simple to make your own LFO output :
Tap from the LFO led with a 1 K resistor for protection, and install an extra jack fot the LFO out.
The 2 pin’s of the led provides a different waveform.