sooooo good for FRFR/IEM or nah?
goes to show ya the value of regular backups, particularly when installing beta stuff.........no problem and rich tones from here so far...LOVE the Princetons with the correct cab.Problem with this beta:
I installed firmware 11.00 beta and tried it out with a couple of presets. For the amp on channel A I selected basketweave to match the cab I had, then for the amp on channel B I selected greenback. This was for a BEC45 Friedman. No problems.
I saved the preset.
Then I did the same on the next preset for the HBE Friedman. (Both used the same templates with just the amp changed). I selected basketweave for amp A and greenback for amp B. I decided I like the null better for channel B so I then switched it from greenback back to null. There was a loud pop, then no sound at all.
I tried the previous preset I'd just worked on and it was the same. A pop and no sound at all.
I tried some other presets I hadn't touched. No sound.
I then deleted the two presets I'd just worked on and tried some other presets. No sound on anything.
So then I re-installed firmware 10.02 and everything worked fine again.
Luckily I'd backed up everything to Fractal Bot so I just re-installed the two presets I'd deleted.
Which one should be used if the cab block uses multiple IRs? Or even multiple cab blocks are linked to the amp?So i guess the next step would be auto-selecting the speaker impedance curve depending on the cab put after the amp? I mean for factory and legacy cabs of course
This could be determined automatically. And only applied in the best case of one amp going into one cab...Which one should be used if the cab block uses multiple IRs? Or even multiple cab blocks are linked to the amp?