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All digital encoders should do this...
Old 5th December 2013
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All digital encoders should do this...

The four controls have a two
speed range that allows you to get from one end of the control setting to the other with a single fast
turn of the control. This gives the control a more pot like behavior when going from one end to the
other. When you turn the control slower is will change the value by increments of 1 to allow fine
adjustment.

Taken from Dave Hill Titan Manual

That is all...
Old 6th December 2013
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Totally ****ing right.
Old 8th December 2013
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Cheers killahurts And also the units like eventide reverb 2016 has leds around knobs calibrated so the value has a start and an end, from left to right, so you can visually tell where in the range you are... that is also cool.
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