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This Week’s Preset – We Want to Hear From You!

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Over the last few months, we’ve been cooking up new presets for BigSky, TimeLine, and Mobius to share with you on our blog series – This Week’s Preset.  The original idea stemmed from our desire to connect with our friends and fans creatively – through new, exciting, often experimental sounds.

However, this time we want to hear from you!  Send us your own preset, whether it’s your go-to favorite, something you’ve been experimenting with, or one you came up with at 3AM during a Netflix binge.  It can be a preset or favorite setting from any Strymon pedal, and you can share it with us however you like – whether it be in our blog comments, on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook, or by emailing [email protected].

Our favorite presets will be selected to appear in upcoming installments of This Week’s Preset!

How to share 

Feel free to get creative with how you share your preset with us.  It can be as simple as a photo of the knob positions on your El Capistan or a text description of the settings on your TimeLine.  We also encourage you to link us to a recorded sample of your preset, so that we can enjoy its auditory awesomeness.  Some folks may even save their preset with Strymon Librarian and share the file with us, so we can load it up and try it out ourselves!  Again, feel free to share with us through our blog comments, social media, or by emailing [email protected].  It’s up to you.  Get creative and have fun.

We can’t wait to hear what you come up with, and be sure to stay tuned for the next installments of This Week’s Preset.  We may be featuring one of your own!

About Michael
Michael Callas spent some time writing for Strymon in 2014, and is now off making a name for himself in the film industry.

4 Responses

  1. Jon Carolino says:

    Here is the most unique one I have. I use this one a lot

    Warped vinyl/instant lofi junky Sound on the Timeline.

    http://youtu.be/UkTtRyf7xFE

  2. I like the BigSky! It’s so my type and I love it!

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