it's like it was reverted back to a few version ago where the needle wasnt moving so smoothly. it was reported to be fixest at some point. i think it was also the case in fm3 and then it was fixed.First I've head of this. Please describe in more detail how to reproduce.
If your CPU usage is high the display may not update as rapidly due to thread starvation. This is especially true right after bootup due to background tasks running.it's like it was reverted back to a few version ago where the needle wasnt moving so smoothly. it was reported to be fixest at some point. i think it was also the case in fm3 and then it was fixed.
i just turn on the tuner after booting the device and the tuner indicator (and more obviously the strobe one) seem like they're "running" in a lower fps
i suppose this might be it since i dont see it happening consistently. it's more prevalent right after boot (which is when i often use the tuner) and not so much occurring during regular useIf your CPU usage is high the display may not update as rapidly due to thread starvation. This is especially true right after bootup due to background tasks running.
Axe-Fx III Firmware Release Notes
Fixed error in Amp block low frequency resonance behavior.
Thank you - that's v helpful!The key to me is to get the pedal darker for neck pickup tones, and brighter for bridge ones; it’s sweeping the mods where if they get too high, the neck starts not to sound natural, so I like it darker for that. Then I dial the Plexi by ear until I have nothing but midrange snarl in the bridge; tons of character, maybe a little too much. Next I dial up the Speaker Compression to add a little weight and dimension, then I use the Amp Block Output EQ to lower the low mids for clarity, but I balance that by also lowering 2 and 4k so the pick attack doesn’t sound obnoxious. A boost at 1k adds back character to taste. I’ll mildly boost the remaining bands to taste.
These are just starting points for me that can really vary, often that’s where I land. That particular IR though is my absolute favorite. I found out it was shot by MIKKO at ML Sound Labs and released in 2015 in collaboration with Fractal. I feel like that IR is special, because I don’t perceive any reflections from the room in that IR, which I always try to remove in other IRs with length and smoothing haha.