That audio sample was contrived to show that a gap can be noticeable. It was not produced with an actual III.Except it’s not seamless. There’s a ~40 ms gap.
Here, somebody recorded gaps of different lengths: https://forum.fractalaudio.com/threads/presenting-the-axe-fx-iii.134717/page-24#post-1593638
You decide whether it’s bothersome or not. To me, it sounds almost as annoying as it does on the II.
LOL. I Just posted this list on the II discussion board. Head over there! They are at bargaining already!It's the 5 stages of grief and loss. 1. Denial and isolation; 2. Anger; 3. Bargaining; 4. Depression; 5. Acceptance. Some are still in denial, like me, others are already at anger.
Umm I took a look at the file... it's 38 ms of silence on the second sample. Not a 17.5 ms fade out + 17.5 ms fade in as I understand the Axe-Fx 3 will do.What does it matter? A gap is a gap is a gap. Granted, it's not 38 ms but 35 officially. But how can a gap sound?
Hey Ian,That audio sample was contrived to show that a gap can be noticeable. It was not produced with an actual III.
I haven’t done much preset switching at this point while playing. I’ll get back to you.Hey Ian,
Speaking of audio gaps, does the the "fade out", and "fade in", happen only locally in the block, or is it happening at the main output? For example, if switching to a new scene only includes a new amp and cab channel, will reverb and/or delay trails be also interrupted? Which would definitely bring more attention to the audio gap.