Good point. I guess I thought that without knowing what kind of 'blend' the Axe IR's actually are, the only place to start would be from the published Fs numbers from a typical V30 speaker.I did not read the entire thread, no. It's 13 pages and I didn't have time to read through it. It's entirely possible my question was answered in the thread, sorry.
Now, the reason I asked the question is not that I'm looking for a "Sound in your head" button. In fact, I would imagine a lot of people don't agree with the choices I make in my patches and I hardly ever use other member's patches. To think you can simply plug into somebody else' settings and sound like them is a fool's errand. The reason I asked is because I haven't got the slightest clue on how the Ownhammer IR's are mixed with the "special recipe" that's in the Axe FX II. It's not a simple single-cab IR. For all I know, it could be 15 IR's mixed together. The reason for asking is to get some sort of bearing on where other people are starting with these types of IR's. I don't know enough about it to know if mixing IR's will affect this parameter, but I would assume that it does, though it could be negligible.
As with any other new parameter, I try to listen while tweaking to figure out how it changes the sound and then decide whether it's desirable or not. Unfortunately, this parameter has me scratching my head as I can't quite figure out what I'm listening for or how it interacts with the other settings.
Edit: Thank you Scott for answering. I appreciate the help.
Anyway, I certainly didn't need to be so snarky with my reply. Sorry (as a Canadian, I can't let this rest until I apologize). No hard feelings...