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Recent content by brianv4

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    FC layout issue

    Great idea thanks for the suggestion! It does add one more foot stomp every time but WTH, small price to pay
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    Let's see those FM3 rigs!

    I just realized I have an old cable from Best-tronics that is 5 to 7 pin midi with the power end (from my AxeII/MFC days). I can simply change the power end to an xlr and shorten. Thanks!
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    Let's see those FM3 rigs!

    Nice, thanks for the details!
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    Let's see those FM3 rigs!

    Nice rig, love that setup! Did you buy the midi cable somewhere or did you make it yourself?
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    Marshall Law

    I use the effects layout on this preset with mostly per-preset switches so it should all work. There was quite a bit of stuff going on in the other scenes so to simplify, I just copied scene 1 to ALL. So some of the effects and routing may not seem to make sense. Just enjoy scene 1 and dump...
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    Marshall Law

    Here's the link: https://forum.fractalaudio.com/threads/free-far-field-session-2-cab-pack-for-axe-fx-users.151232/
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    Marshall Law

    Ah yes, it's from the free Fractal cab pack containing the far-field IR's. It's 4x12 Recto Far-Field B20
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    FC layout issue

    This would be really cool and if it was per preset. Make it this way in the III as well. When I have song presets, I like to use scenes but when I'm free wheelin' I prefer the effects layout. A workout around option is to use per-preset switches and assign what each switch does in each...
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    Marshall Law

    I posted a wish in FM3 forum for ulrares ir's and the drive block update (in particular the OCD) so I could get closer to this preset. So here it is, use a Les Paul with good PAF repro's. I'm using an R9 with Throbak Kalamazoo pups. Hope you like!
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    Wish It's THIS Close...

    I've only been using my FM3 lately, programming what I thought were some really great tones (and I believe there are) - until I went back to my AxeFxIII today. The difference with Ultrares IR's is definitely noticeable as are the drive blocks. I'm using an H9 so I can live without a ton of...
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    OMG9 - Can somebody please make a complete step by step tutorial how completely to do Per-presets

    Really fairly simple. In FM3-edit, 1) click "Per-Preset FC" go to the "definitions" tab 2) choose a switch and assign the function you want for tap/hold 3) click the "Overrides" tab, choose which layout and switch you want to be affected.
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    Andy Wood tackling EVH tones with his AFIII

    Technically it's not if you're referring to having 3 speakers, L/C/R. But it does accomplish the effect in a stereo field which, let's face it, in a recording or live sound system that's how it's going to be. Good mix tip.
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    Andy Wood tackling EVH tones with his AFIII

    I doubt that'd be an issue You can use it for Andy's preset, Eddie type stuff or any preset where you want the wet/dry/wet setup. Just thought I'd offer it up as it only requires 1 delay block and does the same thing Andy is showing using 2 blocks
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    Andy Wood tackling EVH tones with his AFIII

    Great guitarist and a great tip for many guitar sounds. Fairly simple preset, he should've just posted it in axe-change instead of trying to sell it. I mean, you can basically copy it from the video anyway. And you don't need to use 2 delay blocks. Just use the dual delay and pan L/R like...
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