Three effect controls plus analog Dry/Wet control with dedicated CV input.
High quality stereo signal pass.
Assignable CV input to effect controls or to Sample Rate reducer (changes internal clock).
Four user storable presets – stores selected program and all three controls.
CV assign, presets and the last used effect are remembered and always available after power offs.
32 effects are simultaneously available, but FX AID can be reflashed with other user selected Happy Nerding effects in any order. Also the possibility to run freely available third party effects will be added too.
Reflashing procedure is quite easy: playing 40 sec long “wav” file of line level amplitude to CV input.
Reflashing mode: hold both buttons for 10 sec.
MSRP: 200 USD or 170+VAT Euro
Great illustrated manual by Bob Borries
Effects update Editor page:
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Entering firmware update mode: press and hold both buttons for 10 seconds. Two inner leds of the upper row will start to blink indicating the readiness for update. Play firmware file to the CV input to update the effects. In case some error occurs – two outer leds of the upper row will be blinking. Just press any button to reset this error indication and repeat playing of the firmware.
Line level signal amplitude is expected on the CV input for firmware update. So if you get error blinking, then try lowering the level.
Here is the factory bank preset, which can be loaded in the editor for easier editing.
List of the effects supplied with the FX AID:
Storing presets: press the Right button for 4 sec until all leds are off and do not release it, press Left button to light up the first led of the lower row and press it several times to move the active led from left to right to the desired position 1…4 to store the preset at that position, once done – release the Right button. Dry/Wet knob position is not stored.
Noise floor test: Sine wave generated by the FX AID under 100% wet, then its volume is decreased till silence and program is switched to empty slot, so only the noise floor is present.