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Best Answer hurghanico , 04 September 2013 - 02:10 AM

... there is a way to exchange the standard setting the pod apply when you select an amp ?...
 
unfortunately it isn't at all possible to change the default amp and fx settings
the only thing you can do is to make some basilar patches with your favorite settings and use them as templates
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#1 loreweaver

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Posted 04 September 2013 - 01:54 AM

Hi Guys,

 

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i don't like the standard settings on te amp i use, but i have find my standard setting for this amps....... there is a way to exchange the standard setting the pod apply when you select an amp ?

 

if yes could you guys help me? i tried to find on the manual but i didn't solve........

 

thanks in advance!


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Posted 04 September 2013 - 02:10 AM   Best Answer

... there is a way to exchange the standard setting the pod apply when you select an amp ?...
 
unfortunately it isn't at all possible to change the default amp and fx settings
the only thing you can do is to make some basilar patches with your favorite settings and use them as templates

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Posted 04 September 2013 - 03:53 AM

i already reached this solution..... but i sincerely hoped that was something really solving the problem....... is one of the most annoying thing by my side..... i certain doesn't want to compare with more expensive modeler.... but really why a company has to think that the factory settings of an amp are universally good for everyone?...

 

.... disappoint time......


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Posted 04 September 2013 - 07:53 AM

.. i certain doesn't want to compare with more expensive modeler.....but really why a company has to think that the factory settings of an amp are universally good for everyone?...

 

probably, given the more limited cost of this device, instead of using costly hardware memory for custom default settings, they prefered to use it for some more important feature..


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Posted 04 September 2013 - 07:56 AM

probably, given the more limited cost of this device, instead of using costly hardware memory for custom settings, they prefered to use it for some more important feature..

 

probably you are right but due to the fact that the "factory reset" is every time an option, they could do this without hadware memory upgrade, and basically with no cost.....


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Posted 04 September 2013 - 08:00 AM

probably you are right but due to the fact that the "factory reset" is every time an option, they could do this without hadware memory upgrade, and basically with no cost.....

 

maybe I'm wrong, but I believe the factory reset data are stored in a non writable memory.. ROM maybe??


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Posted 04 September 2013 - 08:04 AM

maybe I'm wrong, but I believe the factory reset data are stored in a non writable memory.. ROM maybe??

 

 

you right the fr are no writable, this because i told you that they can be with no addictional cost........

the only thing to do is write some code to open a window when you press factory reset with choice:

 

- reset full machine

- reset standard parameters

 

but these are just words in the wind..... personally i don't work at l6 and if they would do this they already did it..... so is just for share some ideas....


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Posted 04 September 2013 - 08:19 AM

...but these are just words in the wind..... personally i don't work at l6 and if they would do this they already did it..... so is just for share some ideas....

 

admitted that the factory reset data are stored in ROM or perhaps more probably EPROM only Line6 could change them ..
I believe that in order to have also the custom default settings (as in the old PODs) is necessary to have additional dedicate RAM, which is probably more expensive
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but anyway those words are nothing more than hypotheses

 

but an idea could be:

hey Line6!!.. I don't really need 512 preset slot memories.. half the number could be more than enough for me.. can I have a system setting to get also custom default settings at the cost of having only 256 preset slots?..

 

just joking.. but who knows??


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Posted 04 September 2013 - 08:42 AM

another idea, that bypasses all those issues...

what about simply making the edit program have a text file that loads up the defaults when used within the edit software....

won't help with any hardware limitations... but at least the feature would exist somewhere... and could very well be helpful...

sounds like someone should put that on ideascale! :D


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Posted 04 September 2013 - 08:46 AM

..what about simply making the edit program have a text file that loads up the defaults when used within the edit software....

won't help with any hardware limitations... but at least the feature would exist somewhere... and could very well be helpful...

sounds like someone should put that on ideascale! :D

 

not a bad idea at all ;)

 

that someone to put that on ideascale could be you!.. or no?


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Posted 04 September 2013 - 08:48 AM

i'm being too lazy at the moment :) haha...

that and i really do work during the day!... I just happen to do remote support, which means i'm always online and always mutli-tasking.

not to mention easily distracted....


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