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Recent content by michaiel

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    Queensrÿche - "Jet City Woman" presets

    Moke, Maybe he will chime in and let us know about the clean channel... Yep Fractool doesn't always convert everything, but it is still an outstanding tool! Thank you for making the effort...I have several of your purchased presets and you do an outstanding job on them...!!!
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    Queensrÿche - "Jet City Woman" presets

    Fantastic job! Attempting to convert to FM3... Can you screen shot the cabs? FracTool doesn't clarify your lead cabs... Bank 1 "scratchpad" Bank 2 "Factory 1" (1x6 Oval)? Looks like your rhythm cabs are Legacy 108 "4x12 Petrucci V30 Mix" Thanks
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    Tried USA Pre Clean with no cab.....WOW!

    Thanks guys for making the effort!
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    Tried USA Pre Clean with no cab.....WOW!

    Has anyone converted this patch to FM3? FracTool will, but it won't import into FM3 Edit. I suspect too much CPU or effects blocks used...
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    Closed Create Patches Without FM3 Connected?

    Thanks for clarifying...
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    Closed Create Patches Without FM3 Connected?

    I have some down time at work and would like to build some patches, but cant bring FM3 to work. Is there a work around for this? Thanks
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    Re-amping Analog 96kHz

    Re-amping is easy, but cannot run Cab-Lab standalone while your DAW interface is at 96kHz as I was fearing... I am going to start another post about this and hope Cliff is looking...
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    Re-amping Analog 96kHz

    You are absolutely right, I know now I should have kept the question more specific....all is good....
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    Re-amping Analog 96kHz

    You are right the two tracks will be almost indistinguishable. There are only 2 reasons for recording at 96kHz Lowest possible buffer setting for tracking Mixing with time based effects Again... "I spelled out instructions on how to do this to help other Pro Tools members...I will apply it in...
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    Re-amping Analog 96kHz

    Adding better clocking is going to give better low jitter...
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    Re-amping Analog 96kHz

    Again...this thread is about giving Pro Tools users an alternative to Cab-Lab as a stand alone (if it will work) for not only editing the cab in real time, but also allowing the user to record at 96kHz. We are talking about patching 3 cords and setting up 2 channels...everyday duties at the...
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    Re-amping Analog 96kHz

    Quality converters AND monitors...you can't fix it IF you can't hear it....
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    Re-amping Analog 96kHz

    I haven't either, but to be fair to steadystate We don't record with very much gain so I can't comment. I found over the years less gain the better....
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    Re-amping Analog 96kHz

    I agree...ran into the same conclusion...
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    Re-amping Analog 96kHz

    If that were true then most producers would be running at 48kHz without any analog front or backend gear. I personally don't know of any commercial studio(s) running without racks of analog gear... 48kHz is primarily for the film industry and that is going to 96kHz. Every DAW out there can run...
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