Not sure if this is of value to anyone, but when I’m working with complex pedalboards, I keep a cheat sheet to quickly identify my signal paths and what does what. Sometimes I also like to mark up the settings I want to use at various points in a performance, and keep track of what the starting settings are.
However, the forum doesn’t let me upload a PDF, so I’m not sure where to host this?
If you make it a jpeg you can put it on https://imgur.com/
You know there is also the
notes plugin that you can put in your pedalboard to add some instructions/reminders?
I will convert it to a jpeg - it’s nothing amazing, but if there was a patchsheet on this site, I would have grabbed it to save me the time of making one.
I use the browser to build my pedalboards, but after that the Mod Duo X is my replacement for using a computer live, so the patchsheets are physical and readily available. I didn’t know about the notes feature, I am definitely going to use that - but it wouldn’t replace my cheat sheets for live use.
I’ve hosted the PDF, hopefully this works.
Possibly someone out there finds this useful.
Ahhh I see. So this is for you to remember what all the knobs in your patches do?
If you use many pages I can imagine it’s nice to have a quick overview of which knobs do what.
Yup, here is a sample of the kind of pedalboards I set up. For me it’s very liberating to do dubbing with delays and reverbs but without a massive physical mixer and tons of routing options and FX etc.
Wow, that’s one complicated patch. Yeah I can imagine you need some cheat-sheets to remember how each patch is set up