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Two Notes usable in the Axe-Fx III?

nicolasrivera

Fractal Fanatic

I sent them a message, but no reply yet
I own a TCAB and this pack and many others from the Two Notes store. As Cliff said, the IR approach in the units is proprietary and its pretty awesome i might add. The old TCAB pedals are going really cheap in the use market and they are MIDI compatible, if you get a unit you can integrate it with you axe fx pretty easily with MIDI flexibility.

Two Notes proprietary tech is dynamic not static meaning you can move around up to 2 mics with any given cab, both up front and or the back of the cab, it has a mixer to blend the two. Its the fastest approach i have found currently on dialing an IR with out the need of a computer.
 

peteri

Inspired
I own a TCAB and this pack and many others from the Two Notes store. As Cliff said, the IR approach in the units is proprietary and its pretty awesome i might add. The old TCAB pedals are going really cheap in the use market and they are MIDI compatible, if you get a unit you can integrate it with you axe fx pretty easily with MIDI flexibility.

Two Notes proprietary tech is dynamic not static meaning you can move around up to 2 mics with any given cab, both up front and or the back of the cab, it has a mixer to blend the two. Its the fastest approach i have found currently on dialing an IR with out the need of a computer.
Obviously you'll need a computer - but Mikko from ML Labs provides the same (and sounds killer)
 

nicolasrivera

Fractal Fanatic
Obviously you'll need a computer - but Mikko from ML Labs provides the same (and sounds killer)
Yes, for loading stuff but not to be operational.
I own the MIKKO, amazing software that lets you create your own IRs but still a static IRs maker.
 

FractalAudio

Administrator
Fractal Audio Systems
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Ok, got that definition wrong, but with 2 moving mics in the X & Y field what would be the right term?
It's just two IRs summed together. Producers/Engineers often use two mics and mix them together to intentionally create phase cancellation. They'll move one mic away from the speaker a bit to get a longer delay which causes comb filtering when combined with the other mic. This is analogous to the Align tab on the Cabinet block.
 
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