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Zoom G1x0n patches

Postby stick_dog » Thu Oct 12, 2023 7:12 pm

Hi Everyone

Would anybody still have the patches available for the Zoom G1x0n at all please.

Thank you very much

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Re: Zoom G1x0n patches

Postby dave robinson » Fri Dec 22, 2023 12:23 pm

If anyone has these patches would they be kind enough to take the tine to share them with others please.
I have had enquiries for them and I always direct them here. :)
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Re: Zoom G1x0n patches

Postby Teflon » Fri Dec 22, 2023 12:36 pm

The link here has a number of patches, including for the Zoom GX1 Four, which may (or may not!) be compatible with the Zoom G1 x0n: http://shadowmusic.bdme.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=18036

If anyone has copies of Daves patches specifically for the G1x0n (or any other device not already listed), if you could let me have a copy, Ill add them to the listing.

Cheers,

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Re: Zoom G1x0n patches

Postby dave robinson » Sun Dec 24, 2023 11:18 am

My apologies I got it wrong with the model, it's the G1 Four that I was asked about.
Back at the time I made these patches, I originally made them for the Zoom G3 and then after giving them to folks I was asked about other Zoom models. I bought a Zoom G5n and G1xon and was loaned a G1 Four, all of which I made patches for and gave away here to people on this site. At the time I based the patches on the findings from my TVS3 and Meazzi Echomatic. I still use my Zoom G5n today when gigging or playing around my studio or home.
The reason I asked people to share the patches was because I no longer needed all the different variants of these pedals and when I had finished putting the patches together, I sold them on, keeping my G5n. Annoyingly each machine is slightly different to another and they are not compatible re the patches. I would have to re learn how to programme the ones I no longer have, which is why I asked people who had benefitted from my work to help others if asked.
That's it really, I just wanted to let folks know why I don't want to be involved in distribution of my own work, as the only machine I still understand how to programme is my G5n.
It isn't that difficult to do, so I do recommend anyone who has a G3 / G1 Four / G1xon etc to learn how it works and get the best from it, using my work as a template if need be. Once you get your head around it you'll wonder why you thought it was so difficult. :)
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Re: Zoom G1x0n patches

Postby dave robinson » Mon Jan 22, 2024 2:04 am

Is there any way my Zoom G3 and all the other variants could be put in a place somewhere in the archives where people can download them should they wish to do so, as I am not providing them from my email address as I no longer have any interest in those machines. I'm far too occupied with other stuff to be answering these requests as I have far more important things to worry about these days.
Any help would be vastly appreciated.
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Re: Zoom G1x0n patches

Postby JimN » Mon Jan 22, 2024 3:28 am

I would suggest that an easy answer would be to upload the files to the very useful (and accommodating) file-sharing site: http://www.mega.nz

The files can then be accessed by anyone who has the URL of the folder in which they are located.

You only need to place that URL in a thread here and it will be available to anyone who wishes to download the files.

Here's an example - an URL which gives access to part of my Mega folder which contains cleaned up copies of every back-copy of EMI's "Record Mail" that Dave Holbrook was able to get his hands on. This gives access to the February 1962 edition.

https://mega.nz/folder/AN8QjYqa#2DJQZqboN0pE9X4OlhUEbw
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Re: Zoom G1x0n patches

Postby Teflon » Mon Jan 22, 2024 6:52 pm

dave robinson wrote:Is there any way my Zoom G3 and all the other variants could be put in a place somewhere in the archives where people can download them should they wish to do so, as I am not providing them from my email address as I no longer have any interest in those machines..........
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They're already available Dave if you recall: http://shadowmusic.bdme.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=18036

I think the issue is that the thread gets lost amongst all the other posts over time - perhaps it could be made a "sticky" so it's always near the top for those in need of the patches?

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Re: Zoom G1x0n patches

Postby dave robinson » Mon Jan 22, 2024 7:00 pm

Teflon wrote:
dave robinson wrote:Is there any way my Zoom G3 and all the other variants could be put in a place somewhere in the archives where people can download them should they wish to do so, as I am not providing them from my email address as I no longer have any interest in those machines..........
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They're already available Dave if you recall: http://shadowmusic.bdme.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=18036

I think the issue is that the thread gets lost amongst all the other posts over time - perhaps it could be made a "sticky" so it's always near the top for those in need of the patches?

Cliff


Are the G1xon files there, I've found them and could post them for you to add if needed.
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Re: Zoom G1x0n patches

Postby Teflon » Mon Jan 22, 2024 7:07 pm

Hi Dave, G1xon are missing, so yes, if you could pop them over I'll get them added :) e-mail is cdbradley@ntlworld.com

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