We know very little about this feature right now. We have some tech specs and a couple of brief audio clips....not enough to have a preference IMO.
Seems like this is something that could be added to the Reverb or Cab block's parameters to tweak existing IR's. Or even a whole new Room block so CPU isn't used until you want to use it.
No, misunderstand. I'm talking about the saved CPU of adding a new block instead of adding to the Reverb or Cab blocks.No, it isn't. And the CPU issue is irrelevant. You also don't use more CPU, if you don't use the FullRes IRs
Seriously, do you even understand what the new feature is?No, misunderstand. I'm talking about the saved CPU of adding a new block instead of adding to the Reverb or Cab blocks.
And on what authority do you have to say no it isn't? Do you code for Fractal Audio?
Yes, I do understand. Do you?Seriously, do you even understand what the new feature is?
If you would read the notes Cliff postet, you would know that "Seems like this is something that could be added to the Reverb or Cab block's parameters to tweak existing IR's" will not work, and how should it....
. we were told since the inception of Fractal Audio wasn't needed for good IR's
I'm not angry lolWell, I guess that depends of the use case. For recording and live situations it isn't.
I actually don't get why you are that angry? Sorry, if I came across a bit rude trying to answer your question.
I know I'm in the minority, at least among the posters here, but I'd like this to controllable. I have a Bunch of user IRs loaded, not full to capacity, but lots, and I like that I can do that. I frequently end up using factory cabs anyway, but I like being able to check out the variety of cab offerings out there.Normal IRs are 2K. FullRes IRs are 32 times larger so an entire bank would provide 32 FullRes slots.
Wow, Guess you're pushing your headphones to the limit if you start to feedback. I really need my CLR or Redsound MF10 for that. With the MF10 (pre G66 version) the amps sing a bit easier as they're more mid coloured. I prefer the way MF10 cuts the lid in a band but the CLR feels more balanced and accurate to me when playing alone. But I'm off topic here.I use headphones a lot because quiet is very desired in our house. The .mp3 samples are interesting and definitely sounded more like an amp in the room, but I think I'd stick with the current sound of the cabs.
And, there are definitely times I'd swear my guitar was going to feedback with the headphones on; The octave would start to whine and I'd think cooool. It's probably a combination of the amp model, and the Out Comp Type setting, but it's pretty realistic.
I'm in for that.That would be a nightmare. It would break the factory presets and many of the user's presets.
The only possibility would be to change the User 2 bank to a User FR bank. So you would give up 1024 User IR slots in exchange for 32 FullRes user slots.