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#1 Ronco46

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Posted 27 August 2013 - 12:44 AM

Hello everyone!
I've a question related with new firmware 2.0...
Working without POD HD, can we actually save 8 voicings (4 topologies x 2 channels)? I thought, even with the new firmware, we're only able to save one voicing in each channel. The only thing new would be the variety of amps available.
Anyone able to clarify that?
Thank you all!

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#2 ReverendLove

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Posted 27 August 2013 - 01:45 AM

Depends on the way, you look at it. You can define - as you wrote - four different voicings per channel (pre amplifier and power amp topology) and change the posibilities for your DT completely. But with the channel switch you choose the last selected voicing. And here you can select the different voicings with the voicings switch instantly. This will become the next last saved voicing.


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Posted 29 August 2013 - 12:35 AM


Anyone able to clarify that?
Thank you all!

Miguel

 

I left channel A with the default amps, and set up channel B with the Solo Clean, Solo Crunch, Plexi and the Uber - it works great.

 

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#4 TheRealZap

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Posted 29 August 2013 - 03:59 AM

my strategy is a bit different than Greg's but it depends on your needs...

i put my clean voicings in channel A, and my gain voicings in channel B

makes it easier on my ears when switching voicings because the gain amps react wildly different to knob settings that are good for clean amps.


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Posted 29 August 2013 - 07:55 AM

my strategy is a bit different than Greg's but it depends on your needs...

i put my clean voicings in channel A, and my gain voicings in channel B

makes it easier on my ears when switching voicings because the gain amps react wildly different to knob settings that are good for clean amps.

 

 

Hey Zap ... curious ... what preamps do you use for your 4 clean & 4 crunch voicings?


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Posted 29 August 2013 - 08:05 AM

Hey Zap ... curious ... what preamps do you use for your 4 clean & 4 crunch voicings?

If i remember correctly

 

clean:

SLO clean

fender blackface

ac15

ac30

 

crunch:

SLO crunch

SLO OD

JCM800

Park 75


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Posted 29 August 2013 - 12:50 PM

Thanks I'll check them out ... I tend to use the Fender Twin clean and AC30 for crunch but always looking for alternatives. Haven't explored the SLO stuff much but many seem to like those models.

 

 

If i remember correctly

 

clean:

SLO clean

fender blackface

ac15

ac30

 

crunch:

SLO crunch

SLO OD

JCM800

Park 75


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Posted 29 August 2013 - 12:55 PM

Yeah i don't do pure clean that often, the object for me was just to put the more "gain" oriented amps on channel B

at first i tried being clever by putting all 3 SLO channels on one channel...

the knob settings that work for SLO clean, will just about take your head off when switching topologies.

that's kind of what i was working around. :)


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Posted 30 August 2013 - 12:29 AM

If i remember correctly

 

clean:

SLO clean

fender blackface

ac15

ac30

 

crunch:

SLO crunch

SLO OD

JCM800

Park 75

So, if I understand correctly, working without POD HD,  we can actually SAVE 8 presets, and the amp will remember them when we switch back and fourth between channels and topologies.

For that, the best way would be setup the amp with "DT Edit" application, and midi cables?

Thank you guys!


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Posted 30 August 2013 - 12:54 AM

So, if I understand correctly, working without POD HD,  we can actually SAVE 8 presets

 

Yes

 

and the amp will remember them when we switch back and fourth between channels and topologies.

 

Sort of ... the amp remembers the amp model, topology and class settings, but the gain, bass, mid, treble and reverb and volume levels are per channel (whatever they are currently set to). The DT is a two channel amp with different options per channel. This is why Zap has set up his amp with a clean channel and a drive channel - so he can change the topology (amp model) without having to change the other settings manually every time.

 

I only switch between the 2 channels when playing live, so this really isn't an issue for me :-)

 

For that, the best way would be setup the amp with "DT Edit" application, and midi cables?

 

I set up mine using the MIDI function on the HD500 - just a patch set up to send MIDI messages - I've not tried the DT Edit or the iPhone app, but I think others have used these successfully.

 

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Posted 10 September 2013 - 07:44 AM

DT Edit is amazingly simple and effective to use.  Like the others have said, when you change voicings, you still have the same knob settings so beware!  It is not like changing a patch with the POD HD where knob settings and all other parameters change too...


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Posted 04 February 2014 - 10:06 PM

can someone direct me to find out where to get a tutorial on geting the extra preamps out of the dt25 and how to access them/ and set them up on the amp and how to switch to them on the amp???I am confused....sorry..


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Posted 04 February 2014 - 10:18 PM

you need to connect to a computer with midi and use one of the editors at this link:

 

http://line6.com/sup...ted-dt-editors/


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#14 MartinDorr

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Posted 05 February 2014 - 08:21 AM

The downloadable DT MIDI implementation guide might help too if you are trying to understand what the editors do or if you want to program your own MIDI controller.


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