Currently Being ModeratedSep 7, 2012 6:30 AM (in response to Lpcustom1)Re: Understanding the mixer block
as usual, I guess the rule is that there's no rule...but here's how I often use it.
in a mono setup, I always dial in my amp panned hard left and right. I often push the channel volume up to 100 and as I don't want to change my master volume setting since it affects the tone, once I have everything set up, I then use the panning controls of the mixer to actually mimic a volume control by bringing the amp gradully back to the center until I reach a volume high enough to suit my needs...
in a dual amp setup (often using twice the same amp/settings but mic'ed up differently), it's a bit different however. I use the mixer volumes to make sure both my amps have an equal volume and I then use the panning pots to blend them to any ratio I like depending on the mics I used.
Hope it helps.
Currently Being ModeratedSep 8, 2012 5:51 AM (in response to chaosbringer)Re: Understanding the mixer block
Thanks for the reply - still trying to get used to the 500... Only had it a week now. Really pleased with the tones I'm getting thus far - there are a few things I miss from the GT 10, but overall I'm very satisfied.