Tc Flashback And Jvm?

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Can anytone tell me the proper way to run the TC Flashback witht he JVM? Series or Parallel? What is the mix on the loop?
 

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If you choose to put the TC Electronic Flashback pedal in the JVM "SERIAL/PARALLEL FX LOOP," try setting the mix control all the way to "wet" and set the FX Level control to -10dBV. If everything sounds OK, you can start experimenting with less "mix" control settings on the JVM if you wish.

The TC Electronic Flashback pedal has a "level" control, which you can think of as like a volume control for the delay effect. In the beginning, I'd set the level control as high as possible to get the delay to really stand out and make sure you are getting a good, strong signal. Later, you can bring down the level control to better suit your needs (or you can bring down the "mix" control on the JVM to reduce the overall signal level of the loop).

First thing is to make sure you get a good, strong signal to make sure everything is working good. Then, customize to make everything sound the way you like. Good luck with your gear. Let us know how you are enjoying the JVM and Flashback pedal.
 

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If you are only running the Flashback in the loop then there is the option to use the Kill-dry switch (below the True Bypass switch in the battery compartment) to eliminate the dry (unaffected) signal. This will make it work with the loop in parallel (Dry) mode avoiding phasing issues, if that works better for you.
 


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