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Bug? Miscommunication with preset between MFC & XL+

Discussion in 'MFC Wishes + Bugs' started by jwhiteguy11, Oct 8, 2018.

  1. jwhiteguy11

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    Hey guys. First off, I’m positive this isn’t a bug, just an issue in the settings somewhere in the MFC or the axe-fx, I’m just not sure where. The issue I’m encountering is that preset 1 on the MFC is preset 2 on the axe-fx, and I have no access to what is preset 1 on the axe-fx. I have the axe-fx mode set to XL+, perfmode on “preset”, both axe-fx & MFC display offsets to 1 (on the MFC itself and the axe-fx). I’m using the FASlink (mic cable) to connect the MFC to the unit. Any help would be super appreciated. Thanks in advance!
     
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    there are 2 offset settings on the MFC, one after the other if i remember correctly. i think you want both set to 1 or on.
     
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    The setting “ch 01 displayofst 1” is just after the MFC display offset 01 option, and not are set to 1. If it helps at all, I’m using the mk III.
     
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    What does this mean?
     
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    I meant “are both set to 1”. Sorry about that man!
     

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