>

LMC Flashback Calender

Download Free Fender Cyber-Twin SE Preset Patch – LMC Warm Triple

Fender Cyber-Twin SE Amplifier

Fender Cyber-Twin SE Amplifier

   Here’s another of my custom programmed Fender Cyber-Twin SE Preset Patches for all you Cyber-Twin SE users to download. With the recent huge Fender price increase, isn’t it about time you got something for free? Well, Live Musician Central is happy to provide something to help all you working musicians out there. This preset patch is one of my all time favorites and I’ve used it on a lot of my original music. The name of the patch is LMC Warm Triple and as the name suggests, it’s a combination of my LMC Warm Rain and LMC Triple Delay patches which are two of my most popular patches on Live Musician Central.

   As you know, LMC Warm Rain is a warm, chorused clean sound and LMC Triple Delay is a distorted sound withan evenly spaced, 3-hit delay setting. I love the depth that the triple delay gives me and I also like the way that Warm Rain’s EQ and chorus setting wraps the sound around in the stereo spectrum. So my goal was to create that clean warmth with the thick layering of the triple delay. The challenge was in the fact that there is no chorus with multi-tap delay effect built in to the Cyber-Twin SE. Luckily, Fender has incorporated the very convenient Wow & Flutter setting into it’s Tape Echo effect. By tweaking the Wow & Flutter setting I was able to get that rich, chorus sound that I have on LMC Warm Rain. Once I was able to nail the chorus effect, setting up the triple delay was easy.

   The LMC Warm Triple preset is easy to set on the beat of whatever song you’re playing. You can either use the Tap button to synchronize the beat or you can use the Delay Formula to calculate the millisecond setting to get your delays exactly on the beat. Just remember, if you’re using the delay formula to figure out how many milliseconds to set the delay so that the repeats happen on the beat, you’ll need to double the result on the Cyber-Twin SE. For example, on a song with a tempo of 120 Beats Per Minute you would normally set a delay time of 500 ms for the repeats to happen every quarter note. With the Triple Delay patch on the Cyber-Twin SE you would set the Delay time to 1000 ms.

   I’ve assigned the Expression Pedal to control the Wow & Flutter setting so you can take out some of the chorus effect if you want. I’ve assigned the Continuous Controller to the Echo Out Level so you can bring your guitars original signal more to the front of the sound if you wish.

   The sound clip of LMC Warm Triple was recorded using my 2004 50th Anniversary American Deluxe Stratocaster which is equipped with the factory Samarium Cobalt Noiseless pickups. I am using the middle pickup setting for the sound demo. I’ve posted the MIDI System Exclusive data for easy transferring to your Fender Cyber-Twin SE as well as the text file for this patch. If you don’t know how to use MIDI System Exclusive data to transfer patches to your amplifier, I’ve written a tutorial for you here: How To Save And Load Presets To Your Fender Cyber-Twin SE. You can also check out my other custom programmed Cyber-Twin SE Preset Patches at the main Preset Patch Download Page. If you enjoy the patch, let me know in the comments below! -Matt-

LMC Warm Triple

Get the Flash Player to see this content.

Click the link -> Download LMC Warm Triple MIDI Sysex

Click the link -> Download LMC Warm Triple Text Format

4 comments to Download Free Fender Cyber-Twin SE Preset Patch – LMC Warm Triple

  • chronicinsomnia

    pretty.

    PeAce

  • Thanks Chronic, you rock!

  • Hi Matt! I’m a newbie to the Cyber Twin SE, just got one a few weeks back, it’s a pretty amazing amp Thanks for all the hard work you put into learning and programming the Cyber Twin and sharing your knowledge to us Cyber Twin owners, very cool of you to do!
    Thanks again!
    Mike

  • Kip

    Hey – I am a new user of the cybertwin se. I love it, except I can’t seem to send a full load of presets to the thing. I can send one of yours, no problem using winjammer.
    I made a backup of all of my presets before starting to send any. I can’t send the full backup back to the amp.
    The midi light lights, but nothing happens on the amp… suggestions?

Leave a Reply

 

 

 

You can use these HTML tags

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

Today’s Special Deal!!