dial essential : redux!

found this old photo on my phone.

the lower the number the lower the temperature, right?

or wrong?

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Yeah, because the leftward movement of the dial essential lowers the temperature

Whoa wait a minute now I’ve had another look and … Wait a minute

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Naiko? no no

move the dial to the left to increase the number and lower the temperature

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I reckon you spin the dial clockwise to make it colder?

Ye… Yes, I think?

Deffo

I would always assume that a marker on a rotational control indicates direction of motion, which is why I went for that, but the fact that the numbers run counter-intuitively is what’s throwing me.

The “bit depth” dial essential:

  • Increases bit depth clockwise
  • Decreases bit depth clockwise, i.e. crushes more bits (because it’s a bit crusher pedal)

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but 3 is next to cold and 2 is next to colder

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the cold and colder markers aren’t for the numbers, they’re for the direction of dial travel

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You read off the arrow though so moving it so the arrow on is on 3 instead of 2 makes it colder

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