Effectology episode #23 “The Ravish Sitar”
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Posted: 30 January 2012 04:32 PM | Link to this reply (#31)

How about the settings used in the bass video with “The Ravish Sitar”?

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Posted: 06 February 2012 11:14 PM | Link to this reply (#32)

The settings for the bass sounds are shown in the video.
Just pause the video when the pedal is shown and adjust your pedal.
Thanks for watching!
Bill

bassistlaw - 30 January 2012 10:32 PM

How about the settings used in the bass video with “The Ravish Sitar”?

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Posted: 07 February 2012 02:23 AM | Link to this reply (#33)

I’m still GASing for this thing. 

If you need any suggestions for upcoming effectologies:  A couple pedals I’d like to hear in combo with the Ravish Sitar:

Frequency Analyzer or Ring Thing (so you could tune the sympathetics to all the upper and lower sideband notes of a particularly gongy sounding chord) + the ravish I think would sound pretty cool. 

HOG - maybe with some half-cocked freeze glissed 5ths?  I’ve always found that can get a pretty far out eastern sound by itself, I’d like to hear it in combination with the Ravish. 

Microsynth -  I don’t know, I just suspect it’d sound cool.

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Posted: 08 February 2012 06:32 PM | Link to this reply (#34)

Great ideas Julian!!
Thanks.

julian - 07 February 2012 08:23 AM

I’m still GASing for this thing. 

If you need any suggestions for upcoming effectologies:  A couple pedals I’d like to hear in combo with the Ravish Sitar:

Frequency Analyzer or Ring Thing (so you could tune the sympathetics to all the upper and lower sideband notes of a particularly gongy sounding chord) + the ravish I think would sound pretty cool. 

HOG - maybe with some half-cocked freeze glissed 5ths?  I’ve always found that can get a pretty far out eastern sound by itself, I’d like to hear it in combination with the Ravish. 

Microsynth -  I don’t know, I just suspect it’d sound cool.

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Posted: 29 February 2012 12:15 PM | Link to this reply (#35)
bill ruppert - 10 January 2012 04:58 AM

Thanks!
The ambiance in the front is the Ravish in freeze drone mode.
I looped it in the Stereo Memory Man and added a second drone with different pitches.
It created a big poly chord.

The delay and reverb I used is below.
Nothing special, just set them so it sounds good to you:

Hewlett777 - 09 January 2012 05:45 PM

Hi Bill!

Wonderful stuff, as usual, just wondering about the settings for the ambiance at the beginning?

In the video you say that you use ‘A Stereo Memory Man delay and Cathedral reverb’ what settings please?

Thanks!

you sir, are a gentlemen! much appreciated!

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Posted: 27 April 2012 06:46 AM | Link to this reply (#36)

Once again I’m blown away by Mr. Ruppert! I just received my Ravish Sitar and it’s amazing right out of the box. After experimenting with it a few hours it’s even more amazing. Works great for my Beatles cover band. Now we are able to do tunes like Norwegian Wood and others. EHX has done it again. Thanks Bill for another great video! You inspire us all!

Ravish Sitar
Pog 2
Holy Stain
Graphic Fuzz
Stereo Memory Man w/Hazari
Memory Toy
Double Muff
‘76 Small Stone
Micro Pog
Big Muff Pi w/Tone Wicker

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