Just released.Anyone hear anything on possible non-beta release of 12.06 timeline?
So it's exactly like the beta?Just released.
Axe-Fx III Firmware Release Notes
Improved performance of noise gate in Input block. Both the Classic and Intelligent types have been improved. The new Noise Reducer type reduces noise while preserving the attack of the note. It does this by using intelligent filtering to remove line noise and high frequency hiss will leaving the rest of the spectrum intact. Be sure to set the global Line Frequency to a value commensurate with the AC frequency in your country. Note that the Classic and Intelligent types can achieve complete silence while the Noise Reducer type can let some sound through as it is designed to be as transparent and unobtrusive as possible.
Improved Downward Expander type in the Gate block.
Fixed zipper noise when using an FC pedal to control input volume.
Fixed Delay Time not sticking for Ten Tap Delay.
Removed Bass, Mid and Treble controls from Capt Hook 1B amp model as this mode models the channel with the EQ Bypass engaged.
Fixed incorrect Dry Level in following Drive block models (was 100%, should be 0%): Shred Distortion M-Zone Distortion Ruckus (all versions)
Fixed High Slope controls in Cabinet block non-functional.
Added graphs to Setup -> I/O -> Pedal menu for pre/post-calibration visualization.
FC: Fix Tap Tempo function setting incorrect tempo when assigned to a stand-in switch.
FC: Fix Tuner not exiting when tapping a Stand-In Switch whose Hold function is Tuner.
FC: Fix UI of Stand-In Switches page not showing text representations of settings.
FC: Fix View Inc/Dec when accessing MLM on an FC-6 via Master Layout "Switch-Combo".
FC: Fix View Inc/Dec mini-LCD display when set to "Destination #".
FC: The main LCD will now display the correct first preset in the bank if the Global Setting for "Display Offset" is set to '1.'
FC: Stand-in switches will now perform their hold function based on the Hold Function Mode specified on the Config page of FC Controllers.
The release notes for both are listed in the first few posts of the respective threads... Easy to compare them.So what's the difference?