The block has a level parameter too. I use axe edit and have the enhancer settings saved so i dont need to think about stuff like that when dropping it into a preset.
I just add it as the last block in the chain with default settings. I’m not playing with the balance or anything. Does one of the other parameters adjust the balance?it depends on how you set the block, you can have all the sound coming mostly from one side if you want
That's to be expected. The enhancer in modern mode divides up the sound. Depending on sound, or even what notes you're playing, one side might be a little louder than the other. One advantage of modern mode is it sums to mono without any artifacts, but the two sides will almost never be exactly the same level.
https://forum.fractalaudio.com/threads/various-presets-tricks.135770/#post-1620271The TC Mimiq uses a different approach to making a mono signal sound stereo. It's primarily (but not entirely) a delay with the delay time step-modulated by an envelope trigger. It's extremely difficult, if not impossible, to achieve that same effect in the AxeFX.
If you don't play thru a stereo PA there's no reason to use the enhancer or to run 2 outputs into the mixer, won't make any differenceMy apologies for resurrecting an old thread, but in reading through the various responses to how the Enhancer is best utilized on the AX8, I had a quick question.
The venue (church) in which I play most often is not set up for stereo sound, but I "fake it" and add a bit of width to my sound by running both outputs on 2 seperate channels to FOH from my AX8, panned left and right. Is this enough of a trick to make the Enhancer viable for live use? I plan to try it, but thought I could save some time by just asking.
You can’t “widen” a mono system. It’s still mono, and an Enhancer won’t help.The venue (church) in which I play most often is not set up for stereo sound, but I "fake it" and add a bit of width to my sound by running both outputs on 2 seperate channels to FOH from my AX8, panned left and right.