If you've seen the username "@quatschmacher", hopefully you conflate that with "preset legend". It is only fitting that our preset feed feature a couple presets from one of our biggest Neuro all-stars. @quatschmacher specializes in C4 presets, and knows the device and editor inside and out. The first preset to check out is his "QM Chorus 4a". In this clip, he's using a double-detune effect which creates a thick, "still"-like chorusing effect, coupled with a sweet-sounding short slap-back delay that helps to fill out each note.
The next preset is called "Spice of Life 6", the 6th installment in @quatschmacher's "Spice Of Life" bass preset series using expression morphing. Those slurpy filters make for an absolutely coveted 80s bass synth tone. Reminds me of Gary Numan, dare I say.
If you want to get inspired, go check out @quatschmacher's feed in the "Preset Feed" section. It's so neat to see how he goes back and continuously tweaks and revisits old presets. A true inventor!
I could listen to this all day! Check out @ambientendeavors' videos and presets if you're in need of something dreamy, ethereal, or hauntingly ambient. "AE_Haunt" pairs the Shimmer reverb engine with a subtle Oil Can delay that carries your signal further into the other realm.
In a similar vein, @ambientendeavors uses a stunning E-Dome and Oil Can pairing for "AE_In the Clouds". The drone from the cascading enormous Oil Can trails mixed with the reverb extends eons past the original guitar signal, calling back to it as if it were a former life that strayed off long ago.
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We want to hear what you are doing with our pedals. If you've made a cool preset, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org (Subject: "New Neuro Preset") and provide your user name, preset name, and a link to your sound clip on YouTube or SoundCloud - we'll feature some of our favorites on this page.