Yek, agree with you about how useful Al's work is but I wonder if you could help me understand a bit more about what is going on with this need to save the newly loaded factory presets? I'm not worried about preserving old presets and would like the newly installed Factory Presets ( V11 ) to be as up to date as they can be. Sounds like this has something to do with speaker impedance settings. If I wanted them to be the lastest greatest, then it sounds like I should re-save them all to lock in the new settings and this can be done with Fractool depending on a global parameter.A simple example:
The Axe-Fx automatically updates speaker impedance settings in "old" presets (depending on a global parameter). This leaves the preset upon loading in an edited state, and you have to save the preset to make the new settings stick.
FracTool's Batch tool can run through all presets on the hardware and just re-save them. The Edited LED will no longer be lit when loading presets.
Thanks a lot Alex
They sound nearly identical if you install ares 1 on your axefx3... Make your choiceOne thing I have noticed is when I migrated my AX8 presets to my AxeIII using FracTool, they sounded VERY different after the transfer. I copied the amp in Channel A to Channel B and then reset Channel A's Amp block by de-selecting and re-selecting the amp, and then comparing and matching all of the user editable parameters between the two channels. They still sounded very different. So the settings that were making them sound so different must be "under the hood" where we can't see them. Makes me wonder what is so different. Even the volume of the soft-reset one was way higher than the original channel that was created by the FracTool conversion.