On the high notes, it sounds a bit like a combination of "fuzz" effect and some weird "modulation" of sorts (like a random univibe or something?)Speaker Drive on 8.75. It sounds kinda like a speaker on the verge of breakdown on lower notes, but really weird behaviour on the higher notes:
And you are on 5.07? Could you try the preset I posted above? The volume dipping is seriously extreme in that, on the higher notes.I cranked the speaker drive on a couple of patches all the way to 10 last night and didn't get this behavior, just the typical farting speaker sound you get with the control maxed out.
Have you been in touch with support?
You have some extreme settings in the Amp Block.Hmm...How about this preset? Not getting those weird level drops on higher notes?
I've tried different amps and settings. So, did you get those insane level ups and downs on higher notes on this preset?You have some extreme settings in the Amp Block.
E.g. the Bright Cap value.
Have you tried with the default Cameron CH 2 block, default Cab block settings and *just* increasing the Speaker Drive?
No delay, no verb.
Here are my adjustments.I've tried different amps and settings. So, did you get those insane level ups and downs on higher notes on this preset?
I like that farty breakup sound for some uses....but that strange behaviour on higher notes makes it somewhat unusable. Doesn't sound like it could be intended behaviour for the Speaker Drive parameter.
I've experimented extensively with the speaker drive with many different patches. I think the point that's being made here is that the Speaker Drive does not behave like a real speaker being driven hard before it begins to completely drop out, and not when you would expect it to on low notes or even chords but on high notes and becomes unusable. "Turning it down" doesn't yield the desired (and realistic) result of a heavily distorted speaker.The range of the speaker drive parameter is far greater than you would be able to push any real speaker before it self-destructed. If it doesn't sound good set that high, simply turn it down.
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