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Wish Scene Level Control in Preset Leveling Window

Dave Merrill

Power User
Yes very much this, and some more Preset Leveling Window wishes:
  1. Control of scene level for the current preset, like Kamil said
  2. Show which channel is active for each control shown here that has channels, i.e., amp and output
  3. Ideally let you change which channel is active for each of those in the current scene
  4. Let you choose another block in the preset to control from here, and which parameter of that block you want to control
Some explanations...
  1. Because that's often a good place to control scene level.
  2. Have to be able to to see that ouput channel A is in effect on all scenes, for instance, so you don't end up chasing your tail trying to equalize scene levels with that level control. It's common to all scenes, that will never work.
  3. Related to #2 -- if you want to change output level for just one scene, the output channel for that scene has to be different.
  4. If you have radically different output levels per scene, delay and verb tails can get really loud or soft switching between them. In that case, it makes more sense to control effective output level with the output level of a flat filter or eq bock before the time-based effects. Since Axe-Edit doesn't know waht block you want to use, or whether you wat to control input or output level of that block, you need to be be able to tell it.
 
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mr_fender

Fractal Fanatic
If you have radically different output levels per scene, delay and verb tails can get really loud or soft switching between them. In that case, it makes more sense to control effective output level with the output level of a flat filter or eq bock before the time-based effects.
This ↑. Having your long delay or reverb tails jump up or down in level as you switch scenes can be pretty distracting. Much better to control the level at or just after the amp block. Using a scene controller on the Amp block output level works well. Would be great to be able to use the Leveling tool to make adjustments there as well.
 
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