Good to know. Thank you very much for you kind support.Ah, I just realized that the updated Cab-Lab has not been released yet. A new version that resolves this should be out later today.
I thought it was already released as I have an internal build but it hasn't been released to the public yet.Note: I can see the the levels of all the blocks moving when Live Mode is activated (from at the Axe-FX Meters Screen) except the
Good to know. Thank you very much for you kind support.
I am super excited about these new tremolo options! Thank you Cliff!I like the Harmonic Trem on clean and light crunch before an amp. It takes on a slight phaser vibe. Another cool thing to try is to put it near the end of the chain and set the LFO Phase to 180. Funky stereo tremolo.
If not, I wonder if we can replicate it using a PEQ?Will the Grinder be added as a Drive type, too?
Bias Trem is modeled in the power-amp portion of the Amp block because that’s where it lives in real amps that have Bias tremolo. In real amps that have harmonic tremolo, the tremolo happens before the power amp.@FractalAudio , In playing with the tremolo since update, I noticed that on Axe-Edit in the amp block on the power supply page, the tremolo controls are labeled "Tremolo Freq" and "Tremolo Depth". The same controls from the amp block on the front panel interface are labeled "Bias Trem Freq" and "Bias Trem Depth" and are located on the power amp page, rather than on the power supply page. This brings two questions to mind. 1) Is this the same effect as the "Bias" type located on the tremolo/panner block, or is it a less detailed version included in the amp block for simplicity and/or to reduce DSP use? 2) Assuming it is the same effect and level of detail, do the amps that would be more accurate using the "Harmonic" type tremolo effect in the amp block use that algorithm instead of the "Bias" type, or can we expect them to in the future? If they are not the same, I assume I would be better off using the tremolo/panner block rather than the amp controls if I am looking for more accuracy. Hope this question doesn't come across as too confusing.