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Tuner not right...

Discussion in 'Axe-Fx II Discussion' started by stm113, Aug 10, 2018.

  1. stm113

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    I was in the middle of a project the other night and went to check my tuning and the tuner said I was off by almost 2 Steps per string. I checked the offsets, and the calibration. No offsets, and the CAL is set to 440. I even checked another guitar and had the same result. Checking with a different tuner showed it to be off a little more than 2 Steps.

    I restarted the unit, no luck. The next day the tuner worked fine, today it’s back to its shenanigans.

    Does anyone have any ideas?
     
  2. lqdsnddist

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    Perhaps something to due with recording at 48k?
     
  3. stm113

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    Interesting you say that. I think I had a project up that was in 44.1 because I was recording analog. I did have the AF2 hooked up via usb tho. So how do I reset the tuner?
     
  4. Bakerman

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    Were you using SPDIF/AES as input or clock source? That will make the tuner wrong when locking to a 44.1 signal.
     
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