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#1 austin_ep

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Posted 09 August 2014 - 04:26 PM

Hello there, 

 

I have recently gotten a DT25 combo and a Pod HD500X to replace my aged and now defunct Spider III 120. I have enjoyed learning to use it and although i have come across a few quirks of using the two together and with other devices, I have so far been able to come up with a solution to all of my issues. However, a new issue has come up and I am hoping that this very knowledgeable forum can help!

 

-Firstly, what I have been doing and enjoying;

 

1. DT25 is in LVM

 

1a. Looper is in post mode

 

2. Start on clean patch

 

3. Record chord progression

 

4. Exit overdub and exit looper to switch patches

 

5. Switch to lead patch (uses treadplate full and cab sims)

 

6. Loop is playing with the same volume as on previous patch, and I have my lead sound to solo with.

 

7. No issues with this method! It works how I would expect. :)

 

-Here is where the issue arises. I had not noticed this yet as I had not had a chance to play with the DT in Normal Volume mode and use the looper;

 

1. DT25 is in Normal Volume Mode

 

1a. Looper is in post mode

 

2. Start on clean patch

 

3. Record chord progression

 

4. Exit overdub and exit looper to switch patches

 

5. Switch to lead patch (uses treadplate full and cab sims)

 

6. Loop is playing much louder as compared to the previous patch, and I have my lead sound to solo with.

 

7. What is causing this volume change when in this volume mode on the DT25? It makes it very hard to use the looper as the volume changes are quite abrupt and it creates a weird disparity between the original comp and the loop.

 

I appreciate any comments that you all are able to offer, thank you! :)

 


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