That's how it's supposed to work. With the looper in front of the amp your clean guitar signal from the loop is being processed by the amp block, so you can tweak the tone of the loop by adjusting the amp block. If you put the loop after the amp it's looping a recording of your signal after it has been processed by the amp block, so tweaking the amp block will have no effect.Hi all !
Is this maybe a Bug with 2.04 & AE 1.09 & Looper ?
Im not a big user of the Looper - but it is fantastic - but I just noticed this.
- if the Looper is placed before the Amp and Cab - say in Block 2 just after the Input Block, I can record a loop, play it back and I can adjust amp parameters in real time to tweak
if the Looper is placed after the Amp and Cab - say in the 2nd last block immediatly before the Ouptut Block, I can record a loop, play it back but adjusting the amp parameters in real time to tweak does nothing (?)
Is this how its supposed to be (?)
Not fussed either way but just wanted to check.