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Need help with Global scales

rhummellh

Inspired
When I enter a Global scale on Axe3 unit in any of the 32 slots it does it for all 32 slots. I enter a second different scale and all 32 slots are filled with that one only. Not sure what I'm missing. Should be cut and dry I'd think. Also what can the Global scale page do in AxeEdit? Is it just for visual reference only? I remember reading that you can't use Axe edit to change Global scale in Axe3 unit. Thanks for the help
 

chris

Legend!
the Custom Scale page was a recent addition to Edit so you can edit the scales. before, you couldn't.

if it is copying the scale to all slots, that sounds like a bug. i'll check it when i get home later today.
 

rhummellh

Inspired
Thanks Chris. When I enter the Global scale via Axe edit it works fine on Axe edit only but does not show on Axe3 unit. I have cleared cabs, cleared presets and restored to factory default settings and no joy. I tried to do the emergency recovery but I must be -too slow to catch the boot up bar for global recovery on pg 87 of Axe3 manual.
Only related fw notes that I found:
AXE3:
fw12.09 - Fixed Pitch block Custom Scale number not displaying correctly.
AxeEdit III:
VERSION 1.06.01 JULY 1, 2020
Current Axe-Fx III Firmware Version: 12.11
* Corrected a bug in the Setup / Global Scales page. Exiting and re-entering the page now displays the selected CUSTOM SCALE # and its associated SHIFT intervals.
VERSION 1.05.09 APRIL 1, 2020
  • Firmware 12.06 support
  • Corrected the Global Scale's "Set All" value range found on the Scale page of the SETUP view.
VERSION 1.05.06 MARCH 6, 2020
  • Support for firmware 12.04.
  • Added "Scales" page to the Settings view. This allows editing of the Custom Scales found in the Global Settings. The context menu arrow to the right of the "Custom Scale #" allows exporting and importing of individual scale files.
 

Rain

Fractal Fanatic
Confirmed here on my Axe FX III.
"When I enter a Global scale on Axe3 unit in any of the 32 slots it does it for all 32 slots. I enter a second different scale and all 32 slots are filled with that one only."
 

rhummellh

Inspired
the Custom Scale page was a recent addition to Edit so you can edit the scales. before, you couldn't.

if it is copying the scale to all slots, that sounds like a bug. i'll check it when i get home later today.
Chris, should I report this as a bug?
 

Moke

Axe-Master
Vendor
What happens if a scale file is imported? Does it alter all of the scales?
 

rhummellh

Inspired
What happens if a scale file is imported? Does it alter all of the scales?
Moke,
When imported to Axe Edit, it shows up in Axe Edit like it's supposed to. On Axe3 unit it shows whatever you had in there but on all 32 slots. So anything loaded via Axe Edit does not effect Axe3 unit at all or show up. I'm using Axe3 fw 14.01 and AE III v1.07.01
 

Moke

Axe-Master
Vendor
Moke,
When imported to Axe Edit, it shows up in Axe Edit like it's supposed to. On Axe3 unit it shows whatever you had in there but on all 32 slots. So anything loaded via Axe Edit does not effect Axe3 unit at all or show up. I'm using Axe3 fw 14.01 and AE III v1.07.01
So the scales are actually correct, and work correctly. They just display incorrectly on the unit only?
 

Maurice

Inspired
I have the same problem, trying to get grip on this.
a bit confusing, changing one of the 32 slots, its showing that it changes all 32 slots again....
Hopefully with next updates it will be simple save and store, per each of the 32 custom scales.
Looking forward to play Jessica in a Trio setting, like a former AXEFX 2 preset from @austinbuddy
 
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