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Announcing Fractal-Bot 1.1

Admin M@

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Fractal Audio Systems
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Since the Axe-Fx does not support block SysEx export, it is not planned to be supported by Axe-Edit.
Blocks Library functionality will be retained in Axe-Edit.
 
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cobbler

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So Ryan when sending over a cab, how do you tell which slot to put it in?
When you press the BEGIN button you will get two radio buttons to choose from. The first will allow you the enter a User Cab slot number. The second will send the cab to the User Cab currently displayed on your Axe II.

Ryan has done a great job on the BOT. It will even recognize if you have chosen an invalid cab (standard/ultra) and give you an error message!

Bravo Ryan!!! :eagerness:
 

scottburrow

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When you press the BEGIN button you will get two radio buttons to choose from. The first will allow you the enter a User Cab slot number. The second will send the cab to the User Cab currently displayed on your Axe II.

Ryan has done a great job on the BOT. It will even recognize if you have chosen an invalid cab (standard/ultra) and give you an error message!

Bravo Ryan!!! :eagerness:
Awesome, Thanks Ryan!!!
 

Admin M@

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Fractal Audio Systems
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It is not possible to update the MFC-101 over Ethernet because of physical limitations on the unit.
 

s0c9

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This would be great, i just can't understand why it is not possible yet...
The MFC bootloader that is required for a firmware upgrade is not accesible via the CAT5 port, only via the MIDI IN port.
Al, it's a physical limitation of the device architecture.
 
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