Thanks, I know how to use Google. The question was what it is used for in the AxeFx 3.FPGA ?
(Field-Programmable Gate Array)
A field-programmable gate array (FPGA) is an integrated circuit designed to be configured by a customer or a designer after manufacturing.
Axe-Fx II used an FPGA too, from the manual: "A 200K gate FPGA provides peripheral functionality and system bus management."What's the FPGA in the new Axe used for ?
Go back in time, grow a beard by the III launch date, see if it works, tell us. Repeat for dreads.The real question is if I had JP's beard and/or Larry Mitchell's dreads, would I already have an Axe-FX III? Seems like it's getting hairy time!
There's javajunkie... he's not dead!Yes, this is absolutely fabulous, the mutil-delays and Plex Delays are better than ever. You can easily get ambient sounds on the III that would crush the XL+s cpu. With the combination of Channels and Scenes you can reduce the number of presets significantly. The expanded routing, channels, and scene also makes spillover with in a preset pretty trivial.
My best friend's sister's boyfriend's brother's girlfriend heard from this guy who knows this kid who's going with the girl who heard that Cliff is also working on a plugin version, too. I guess it's pretty serious.I don't know. Heard Cliff is already working on AF VII.