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About AdamAndroidFG

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  1. Backed up everything as recommended but lost all my bank/snapshot names... anyone else?
  2. Boot failure- whammy gets stuck- pedal won’t work until I turn unit off and on- amp switching stops working- i have to actually load up a setting w amp switching and switch it once before it will even work otherwise my amp is stuck on channel B so now it’s part of my boot up process. I use snapshots intricately in my band. a bank for every song- 4 snapshots per song usually sometimes only 3. with these glitches I’m terrified of it happening on stage! its a song stopper for sure! Ive changed firmware, still the same. i get a boot failure 1/10 times if not more turning it on. LINE 6 !!! I want it to work right before I give a crap about additional features! who else has these issues?
  3. I’m now having the same problem. it seems like the “workaround”isn’t helpful to me because all your doing is turning the light on. It’s the fact that it’s in reverse that sucks. IF I could reverse polarity - I could use it in stomp mode which would be nice for jamming. But 95 percent of what I do is based upon live performances so I use snapshots. Which totally makes the problem irrelevant. Especially for me cuz I need to be switching on something while turning “off” my amp block. (my dirty channel is so dark I HAVE to put an E.Q. On with it) still wish i could reverse it
  4. Have you tried other FRFR speakers? sweetwater has a whole write up on em- very informative. Reason I mention this , is because they talk about many FRFR manufacturers designed for modeling supposedly have that “UmPh” of a speaker cabinet. At the end of the list they mention the QSC k-12 as like a “this also “works” option”.... I know your running it thru the front of your amp and that’s something I likes about these posts- the willingness to go outside the box and yield with promising results . I had to look at this with an open mind to believe your getting great results that way- but I absolutely do- My 2nd guitarist gets great results running 4cm through his JC-120, but we kind of expected that to work, considering it’s a very clean /neutral amp. I however have a problem even running an IR through my vox ac50 because I already love the tone of that amp- so I split my signal at the end / pan it hard over, and run an IR straight out so that it doesn’t color my amp. Im just giving examples of my thought process , and my desire to want to hear the modeled tones as accurately as they were intended. Just wondering if ya tried any oof those FRFR designed for modeling/ if they have that oomph or not, and if you find that your sims still sound remarkably similar to what they are supposed to be??
  5. Can someone please show me an example of what your signal path looks like running 4cm. One path without IR for the amp. another with the IR for FOH??? Id be forever in your debt. Seriously can it not be done on the hx fx?
  6. Im new to the hx fx and could really use some recommendations and help regarding impulse responses. I run my guitar through a bbe sonic maximizer and then through a vox Ac50 ( with upgaded tubes, and V30’s :) ) I run the hx fx in 4cm. My band rehearses D.I. Into the mixer ( drummer plays a roland TD30, so its really nice) but its still important for me to use the AC50 as the tone is incredible and regardless of the fact we all use “ in ears” live and in rehearsal im using a moderate amount of amp volume on stage and blending it with my D.I. Signal into the P.A./monitors. Thats why i was really excited to use impulse responses. Heres where i can use some help/recommendations and opinions. 1. Ive played around with placing the IR block before and after the Fx loop 1 block. so far I prefer it placed after, but i cant really tell much of a difference. Anyone have any info or experience with this? what is your preference? 2. I downloaded a bunch of IRs . I have some “speaker” ones (the allure pack) and those all seem pretty useable. One of the best results ive had so far is the V30 IR (from allure) I have the mix set to 100 and the volume somewhere around -6.5 -8.0 db I also find it totally necessary to use the low cut feature as the bass frequencies easily start to overdrive. Changing IR,s the confusion/frustration/doubt starts to set in. Heres some examples- Acoustic guitar resonace ir’s i have , including this hollowbody ir i have sound absolutely funky. Maybe they are crappy idk but its led me to believe that IR’s work best emulating something similar to your sound. I mean i run v30s out of my cab. So running a V30 IR after my effects loop block seems to make my D.I. Signal sound alot more like my amp and that is a wonderful result. but trying to make it sound like a jazz box, or a hummingbird acoustic, is experimental and probably wont yield good results. However, i did load a gods cab (its like a 6505 with a mesa cab and a sm7b mic) it needed a ton of low cut. And it really overdrove my signal easily. But at -8.0 db lvl with 100mix and a low cut, when i added a distortion, i got a killer sound. I mean awesome metal tone. some feedback or personal experience on this would be a godsend. 3. So to some it up into some more direct questions. whats with the overdriving? are some of these ir,s supposed to be distorted? where as some are just clean cabinet/mic “simulations” (or moments in time whatever you wanna call it) -8db seems awful low for a level setting should i be looking elsewhere? what kind of mix and level do you guys use? Is 2048 samples always better? Anything pertaining to using impulse responses with hx fx in 4cm especially settings would help alot. If in the end i can properly add an IR to all my presets resulting in my DI sounding more realistic and just having better tone altogether i would be very happy. just dont know if im doing it right.
  7. Im new to all this, but i tried the same thing last night. While experimenting with the ir on the hx fx before and after the fx loop block my ear tells me it sounds better in the fx loop (after ther block) but im not sure how a good ir sounds. Anyone else have an opinion on this? what im getting at mainly is that i have a d.i. Out of my amp ( xlr to board) it sounds pretty awesome i mean it definitely colors it like a speaker and has that punch to it vs the flat di tone. am i doing it wrong? Should i be splitting it somehow as suggested and go directly from the hx fx to the mixer? this is all pretty confusing
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