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V6 firmware: Time to Release the Monster - Speaker Resonance Page

Randy4Guitars

Power User
Pirate chicks? Don't you know pirate chicks are really dudes? And some pirate dudes were chicks? That's because of the output transformer thing. Ninja chicks ftw.
Ohhhh. scantily clad ninja chicks....
 
If so, please point me in the right direction. When I implemented the changes mentioned here, many of my guitar tones improved dramatically. To my ears, this is still relevant information I was unaware of. But of course, I'm always open to further suggestions.
 

Rex

Legend!
The information in this thread is still good. However, much has changed since FW 6. Check the release notes from later firmware to find things you can try that might be even more powerful tone-changers.And trust your ears. Much old information is still good information.
 

Scott Peterson

Global Moderator
Moderator
FWIW - I used this approach up till version 7 and have not used it since.

To each their own. If you it works for you; it works for you.
 

MartinJorgensen

New Member
I really dig this approach for taming magnetic feedback when using high gain sounds on single coil pickups (I'm playing through the Matrix FR212 cab) - no high frequency squeals but still lots of single coil goodness even at high volumes and with a fair amount of gain. It's good. Goooood.
 

Rex

Legend!
What does NF/FF refer to regarding setting up a cab block?
NF (near field) and FF (far field) describe where the microphone was placed when the IR was captured—either right in front of the speaker or farther away from it.
 

electronpirate

Moderator
Moderator
FWIW - I used this approach up till version 7 and have not used it since.

To each their own. If you it works for you; it works for you.
+1.

Since the advent of UR, I spend more time taking the 'spiky' nature out of UR with speaker drive than bothering with resonance (although I tighten up occasionally with raising LFRes.)
 

Adman103

Experienced
He means Low Frequency Resonance. I bump that up a little sometimes if an amp could use a little more in the bottom without getting to flubby.
 
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