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OmegaSlayer

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  1. One solution to the DSP management problem would be to put the % usage id the PodGo edit if Line6 doesn't want to partially redesign the PodGo UI, which might be annoying on not worth the hassle In the end, how many users tweak the PodGo directly from the device? I think the majority of us use the PodGo edit, because it's faster and easier I'm sure that everyone that wants to squeeze the DSP power tweaks the Go from their PCs
  2. Great requests, I had one on ideascale too, which was the ability to preserve the setting/parameters of an amp (or other comparable effects) when cycling Let's say you have a Brit set at Drive 8, Bass 7.5, Mid 4, Treble 6, Presence 10 and you want to cycle through other Amps with those settings without dialing every time But my English is lame, so I don't know if what I asked was clear enough If someone likes the idea and is able to convey it better than me, please go forth, I'm not about being the one that came up with the idea, I'm about having the idea accepted About your requests, specifically, I'll be very happy already with the chance to turn the Wah into a second EQ
  3. I'd really really really be happy with the chance to substitute the Wah with an EQ I think the DSP usage of the EQ is maybe lower than some of the Wah models, if only because the parameters are set and don't need to be calculated in real time
  4. I was watching Jason Sadites "Dialing In" videos of Artists' Tones for the Helix Many of the tones can be replicated on the Pod Go, but I don't know how to get around the frequencies cut/boost he uses with the Split Cross What can I use on the Pod Go to achieve a similar result? Thanks
  5. Yeah I read about that problem I had it very seldomly since the purchase (mid Feb 2021, 1.12 already installed), annoying, but nothing crazy I wasn't using the device for recording yet, as I still have to learn a lot, and I knew an update was coming, so I thought "I'll wait the new update, it'll solve this", but the problem increased after the update, and it's annoying now Will try to reset to factory settings when I get back home (after back up or maybe I'll just save the good presets I have made so far and take a chance to clean everything)
  6. Yeah, the amp tone stays the same but to my ears if you have EQs past the channel volume of the amp and you tweak the volume, you'll have to address the EQs too
  7. Hello After the update I started having some volume and tone issues from the device Volume drops and the same seems to happen to some parameters, as the sound darkens then rebrightens and so on
  8. Thanks for the info Anyway, I think you mean the patch level at the end of the signal, because often the channel volume on the amp is before some effects in the line signal, and those can have the mix/level parameters that can increase or decrease the output
  9. I live in a flat in a household, so I can't crank my gear a lot (Peavey Bandit 112 80W), volume is at 1 and it's already very loud, so I need to keep the Pod volume knob at 9 o'clock or less I would have liked to know from your experience if and how much the volume affects the tone, because if it is so, I think I'll have to remove some decibels from the output of my patches and turn the volume knob up But as you might figure, it's something I can't do on trial and error in respect of my neighbours and also because the more I age, the less I can stand high volume output Thanks for the help
  10. Hopefully it will hasten the release of any update
  11. I stand by my point How many people has Henning Pauly's gear? That's the problem with the presets...they don't show how much the device can do and it's an entry level device, in terms of pricing The device can sound excellent even with cheap setups, but the presets fail in that, BUT the Go can sound like a monster even on a 300 bucks guitar It's not a problem about presets sound, it's a problem about "who are we selling this device to, how can we portrait effectively the strength of this piece of gear on the majority of setting possible?" @voxman55 perceived as an attack to the quality of the device, which it was not The time needed to make the presets sound good is better invested in fiddling with the device and make much better presets because if you know how amp modelling works, you don't need to tweak the presets, you can do your own, if you have to learn from those presets, you better start from scratch I had gone through 14 banks of user presets before starting to get the gist of it, I left what I had done in the first days, revisiting it, comparing it and understanding where I miseed, what I could improve, etc...
  12. @voxman55 You make good points but then there's a conceptual/marketing problem The Go is a "budget" line of product, so Line6 should expect that the customers don't have high end gear to pull out good sounds out of the gate with the presets So, maybe it's better to make sound that works well out of the box even with less expensive gear, something that the Pod GO can absolutely and magnificiently do
  13. Indeed, but I think the engineer can find some workaround The point is only a matter of time/profit
  14. The presets are terrible The device is incredible, but I highly doubt the presets can be tweaked to make them decent You'd better start from scratch
  15. Though, a conversion program should be needed, as 95% things without split signal would work
  16. Past week I was forced to move from my Pod XT because the unit had started to become unreliable after many years, so I picked a Pod Go I'd say the tone quality is not even comparable, but I'm still struggling with the learning curve and to reproduce some sounds I liked that I had on the XT Making sounds on the Go is easier but you're overloaded with loads of cool stuff I'm very happy with the purchase/upgrade even if it'll take me time to get to the full potential
  17. Hi, I'm a former user of a POD XT. I had loads of patches and sounds I liked a lot that I created or downloaded during the time I had the device. I noticed there's some amps and stuff I loved that had not been ported to the POD Go, which is a device with loads more horsepower Is anyone in the know if Line6 has the intention to port over some "legacy" stuff over to the POD Go?
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