Was able to get things working correctly - helps when I follow @SirSickSik instructions and use the logic change between the clock out and the trig in. Also had to disconnect the rate knob inside the delay as I was running into the problem of them summing together (ie: the Clock was being added to the rate which was throwing it off the tap tempo)
Still a little wonky when the tap tempo was set to 1/1 on the mul/div...weirdly works well, though a bit fast with the clockmul set to 12 then a div/2 after (tried just the clockmul at 6 but wasnt quite as good). Added the a/b on the div and a second a/b for mul/2 so that I can do 2x and 4x speed which jumps it an octave each which is really cool. Heard someone using a Lexicon Primetime in their guitar rig using the multiply knob to do stuff like that so its going to be a lot of fun to play with
Next step is getting my axo into a case with some foot switches I can use for tempo and stuff...never really got the hang of doing tempo with my hand tapping haha
EDIT: I'll attach the patch too if anyones interested...has quite a bit set up for guitar and controls mapped to work on one program on an Akai MPK Mini
effects2.axp (70.2 KB)
Right now its going: Freeze -> Tremolo -> Bit Crusher/Sample Rate Reducer -> two parallel delays that have a bit of reverb available after them (nice to get washier delay oscillations rather than defined notes) -> Flanger (set to goey with a bit of a boost after to bring up the volume) -> two kill switched (one mapped to a Momentary button and one mapped to a latching button).
Question: I added the latching kill switch as I seem to be getting a lot of hum/noise/interference when I am playing in the studio on bigger amps...seems to happen on pretty much any patch I use, anyone else experiencing this? Could just be cheap cables or something but I only started noticing it once I started bringing my axo out with my pedal board
Oh, and the top row of things, besides the patch switcher, is midi pgrm change out to a DigiTech Whammy 5 - first is tap tempo for the sequencer (see my thread on making this) that will run through whammy on changes getting a cool glitch effect (with on/off as constantly sends the off signal when its not running and makes the whammy not work) the other two are just quick jumps to whammy +1 octave and -1 octave (both keep the whammy off when changing) so you can access those without bending to change the knob manually since I use those two options most