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Damn-Danny

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Yamaha SPX 900
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Someone experience with the Yamaha SPX 900/
When I change preset by Midi  there is a silence between the presets not very useful because, soud silenced for a certain time.
Can you alter that?
Or that is just the SPX 900?
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Re: Yamaha SPX 900
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I had this exact same problem with 2 separate SPX90IIs, I would think by the time the 900 came out, they would have figured it out, but I guess that's a problem on all the units.
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Re: Yamaha SPX 900
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I'm not sure if it's a problem as such, more just the way these FX units were designed back then.  The SPX90 and subsequent SPX900 were initially used mostly in PAs and we didn't change programs via MIDI, doing FOH I'd use a SPX90 on the snare and leave it set.  Program changes were not frequent and done handrolicly, usually between songs.  I'd have a separate delay for vox and mute the return between songs.  The issue with all time based FXs is what to do with what's still in the buffers (particularly delays or reverb) after you change programs.  More modern units do this in different ways and also have become much more "digital".  Also probably in response to different uses, e.g. MIDI controlled guitar racks weren't really a thing back then.  Moreover not many guitarist could afford them.
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Re: Yamaha SPX 900
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than i hope that my Gmajor  2 works again, otherwise have to buy oth fx processor without that bug.
Pity I can't repair my old ART SGE.
Big buz souds through this, had removed powercord for one in conditioner and back with pug, hoped with faders full open the fading sound not faded anymore as back then on 50 % fall back volume , both fader on 100% no problems

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