Discussion in 'Zoom G1/G1X Four' started by Ruling, Feb 28, 2021.

  1. Ruling

    Ruling New Member


    Device: Zoom G1 Four
    Firmware: 1.00

    Name on device: CHORDELAY
    Optimized for: Phones/Speaker

    Effects chain:

    Patch comments:
    An atmospheric chorus delay

    Effect: "Aco.Sim" (Overdrive / Distortion), active - "yes"
    "Top" = 100
    "Body" = 100
    "Tone" = 100
    "Volume" = 80

    Effect: "SuperCho" (Modulation), active - "yes"
    "Depth" = 100
    "Rate" = 50
    "Tone" = 100
    "Mix" = 80

    Effect: "ParaEQ" (Filter), active - "yes"
    "Frequency" = 250Hz
    "Q" = 2.5
    "Gain" = 1.5
    "Volume" = 80

    Effect: "Dual DLY" (Delay), active - "yes"
    "TimeA" = 1503
    "F.B A" = 110
    "TimeB" = 685
    "F.B B" = 75
    "DlyMx" = 100
    "Balance" = 50
    "Depth" = ST-50
    "Speed" = 5

    Effect: "Church" (Reverb), active - "yes"
    "PreD" = 200
    "Decay" = 75
    "Mix" = 100
    "Tail" = On

    Patch Volume: 85
    DSP Load: 73%

    Note: This is a patch file, you will need to download and install the ToneLib-Zoom software to use the patch.

    Attached Files:

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  2. Richard Jimenez

    Richard Jimenez New Member

    doesnt work. over 100% memory!
  3. Greum

    Greum Member

    That's not the fault of the patch. If your memory is full you need to delete an effect or two to make room for the new ones.
  4. Richard Jimenez

    Richard Jimenez New Member

    I start with an empty patch.
    I upload the patch.
    Two of the effects say not enough memory.
    One of the patches is not available.
    I know about the unavailable patch, it's Church which I haven't downloaded yet.
    But how the patch be over the limit?
  5. Greum

    Greum Member

    There is very limited extra memory in the effects pedal. If you download patches that require additional effects then you will very quickly run out of memory. The only way to overcome this is to delete effects that are not used. Patches don't take up any space to speak of. It's the effects that take up space.
  6. Richard Jimenez

    Richard Jimenez New Member

    Ok. So you are saying that a patch has no limit? All of the videos and reviews I've watched say different. They say that each patch has a memory limit and sometimes effects must be removed or replaced to keep the patch within the limit.
    If I remove effects that I don't need, will that resolve the issue and allow me to install a patch of any size containing 5 effects?
  7. Greum

    Greum Member

    No, I'm not saying that. A patch is nothing in itself, it requires several effects. If the patch you're trying to install requires new effects and you don't have enough space then, as you've already established, you will need to delete some effects to make room.
  8. Richard Jimenez

    Richard Jimenez New Member

    Right, now I get you.
    That makes sense.
    Thanks for the explanation. Have a great day
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