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Axe-Fx III Firmware Version 11.00 Public Beta

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trancegodz

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That worked for me.

It wasn't nice that I was playing with headphones! :eek:🙉:eek:
Sounds like you had a similar thing happen to you. Did it you lose sound completely, until you turned it off and back on?
Did you have Axe Edit on at the time? I did, but I was editing from the Axe FXIII because the new feature isn't in Axe Edit yet. I was wondering if having Axe Edit on while I was editing from the unit itself caused the problem.
 

Rex

Legend!
If you are using a conventional guitar cab and solid-state power amp ideally you would want to know the impedance curve of the cabinet. This requires special test equipment although I'm working on a idea to use the outputs of the Axe-Fx directly along with a special cable to allow field measurements by users. At this time the impedance curve matching is a Matlab program though and requires some hand-tuning.
Now this is intriguing. When Mic + DI captures became available, I figured we had at least the rudiments of the ability to capture IR curves. It'll be cool to watch how this plays out.
 

Piing

Power User
Sounds like you had a similar thing happen to you. Did it you lose sound completely, until you turned it off and back on?
Did you have Axe Edit on at the time? I did, but I was editing from the Axe FXIII because the new feature isn't in Axe Edit yet. I was wondering if having Axe Edit on while I was editing from the unit itself caused the problem.
This is what I did:

1) Load the 1959 SLP.syx preset using Axe-Edit III
2) Edit the AMP block (at the Axe-FX front panel)
3) Scroll the Speaker Cabinet down from "4x12 Brit AX" to "Null Cabinet"
4) When it arrived to "Null Cabinet": BANG! Hammering on my ears
5) No sound
6) Power restart
7) Back to life.
 
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App12

Inspired
I made a list to keep track of the ones I had tried. Here they are for anyone else who is interested:

Null Cabinet
1x8 Champlifier
1x10 Princeton
1x10 Princeton Rev
1x10 Princeton SF
1x12 Tweed
1x12 Vibrato Lux
1x12 Deluxe Verb
1x12 Deluxe Verb RI
1x12 Jr Blues
1x12 Brit G12H55
1x12 Brit G12H75
1x12 Brit G12M
1x12 Brit G12T
1x12 V30
1x12 AC-20DLX
1x12 Eminent
1x12 BV25
1x15 Vibrato Verb
1x15 Portabass
2x10 Super
2x10 Vibrato Lux
2x10 Bassguy (Coming Soon)
2x12 Double Verb
2x12 Double Verb SF
2x12 Class-A 15W
2x12 Class-A 30W
2x12 Lead 80
2x12 Match Chief
2x12 Hot Kitty
2x12 Jazz 120
4x10 Bassguy
4x10 Brit JMP45 (Coming Soon)
4x10 Super Verb
4x10 SV Bass
4x12 Brit TV
4x12 Brit Greenback
4x12 Basketweave
4x12 Brit 800
4x12 Brit AX
4x12 Hipower (Coming Soon)
4x12 USA Lead
4x12 Recto Large
4x12 Recto Small
4x12 Recto Slant
4x12 Recto Straight
4x12 5113
4x12 Citrus
4x12 Rumble
4x12 Soldano (Coming Soon)
4x12 Friedman (Coming Soon)
 
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Randalljax

Fractal Fanatic
So if i am understanding this correctly
Regardless of IR you choose you just
Pick the correct impedance curve
So this works with ML OH all Irs
Provided the match is in the list
 

FractalAudio

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Fractal Audio Systems
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So if i am understanding this correctly
Regardless of IR you choose you just
Pick the correct impedance curve
So this works with ML OH all Irs
Provided the match is in the list
Ideally. For example if you are using an IR of a 4x12 Marshall JCM800 you would ideally select the 4x12 Brit 800 cabinet type. You can mismatch though for different sonic textures.
 
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