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Replicating Mix Setting from GR5 to Axe IIII

ApocalypticKatana

Experienced
Basically I want to copy these mix settings from guitar rig 5 into the axe fx iii

I know the Axe FX III's Delay and Reverb Blocks have their own mix laws and I get confused trying to figure out how to convert from GR5to Axe

If anyone can help and show how it was done it'd be greatly appreciated
 

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mr_fender

Axe-Master
Delay mix conversion for mix settings less than 50% would be the Wet to Dry signal ratio in GR5 (Wet% / Dry%) multiplied by 100. In this case (20/80) x 100 = 0.25 x 100 = 25% for the delay block mix.

At 50% mix, the settings are the same. Wet and dry are at equal levels.

For mix settings higher than 50% it would be ( 1 - (dry / wet) ) x 100

Reverb block has a normal 50/50 blend mix control, so the setting would be the same as GR5.
 

ApocalypticKatana

Experienced
Delay mix conversion for mix settings less than 50% would be the Wet to Dry signal ratio in GR5 (Wet% / Dry%) multiplied by 100. In this case (20/80) x 100 = 0.25 x 100 = 25% for the delay block mix.

At 50% mix, the settings are the same. Wet and dry are at equal levels.

For mix settings higher than 50% it would be ( 1 - (dry / wet) ) x 100

Reverb block has a normal 50/50 blend mix control, so the setting would be the same as GR5.
Thank you so much I was hoping you would answer this but didn’t want to tag you specifically

Much appreciated , thanks a million again 🤘🏻
 

Bakerman

Axe-Master
Delay mix conversion for mix settings less than 50% would be the Wet to Dry signal ratio in GR5 (Wet% / Dry%) multiplied by 100. In this case (20/80) x 100 = 0.25 x 100 = 25% for the delay block mix.

At 50% mix, the settings are the same. Wet and dry are at equal levels.

For mix settings higher than 50% it would be ( 1 - (dry / wet) ) x 100

Reverb block has a normal 50/50 blend mix control, so the setting would be the same as GR5.
The wet/dry or dry/wet value needs to be halved in both of those formulas. The Axe-FX mix value should be 12.5% in your first example.
 

ApocalypticKatana

Experienced
I see because if we did 50d/50w on the GR5 Psychedelay

[(50d/50w)*(1/2)]*100=
[1*(1/2)]*100=
[(1/2)]*100=
50% on the Axe Delay Mix

I we didn’t include the half it would be 100% on the Axe Fx Delay block which wouldn’t sound comparable to GR5’s 50/50 Psychedelay Mix

Thanks for the correction ! @Bakerman

I know it’s important to just use my ears for finding the right sound but I really wanted to get the formula correct
 
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