The catch is you needed to skip 12.04 all together as that was what introduced the issues. Hope you had a backup of 12.03 prior to doing 12.04, as that is the way to fix it.I updated FW to 12.04, but held off on 12.05 since I read about some issues with the FC's
and had some upcoming gigs.
After reviewing a bunch of comments, I decided to backup system at 12.04, then roll back to 12.03.
Did this, then backed up the system again at 12.03. Then I updated FW to 12.05.
I'll mention that I did not do a full backup, just the system for both 12.03 & 12.04
After updating to 12.05, my FC6 lit up with no text in windows. Also, no sound at all from Axe III.
I imported each layout back into the FC6, which restored all the functions I had before, but still no sound.
Then I checked the presets and found that all the assigned Expression pedal settings had rolled back to defaults.
Went in and reassigned back to Vol, Delay, Way (the 3 that I use). Everything was back to normal again.
I don't use any Global blocks, I just set them per preset.
I thought going from 12.03 to 12.05 was supposed to bypass these issues, but maybe i misunderstood?
Should I have done a full backup instead of just system?
At any rate, no big deal. I only use a dozen of so presets, so I reset the pedals for each.
Actually, I did not have a backup of 12.03, other than the one I just made.The catch is you needed to skip 12.04 all together as that was what introduced the issues. Hope you had a backup of 12.03 prior to doing 12.04, as that is the way to fix it.
I asked about this when I had the II. I was told it was for accuracy i.e. a Princeton won't be as loud as a Recto but then the Princeton models levels are all over the place. And in recordings are Princeton's so much quieter than Recto's? No, they're balanced in the mix.