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Hello, I am a glad owner of a HX Stomp But i have a problem with blocks that I have set to NOT be turned ON or OFF by snapshots, then be switched back to DEFAULT (being turned ON or OFF by snapshots), when importing presets and copy/pasting presets. It's quite annoying that it doesn't seem to copy if the blocks are set to Snapshot Bypass or not... Have anybody else encountered this problem?? My scenario: I have just played a Musical, and when practicing the songs we were going to play I used a real amp in the room, but when we moved in to the place we were going to preform, I was going to use a modeled amp and in-ears. It worked very well!! I just made the presets with the "amp and cap block" bypassed and set to not turn ON by the snapshots. Then when we moved, I could just turn the amp block on and save the preset (no problems yet). I then exported the setlist, so I could use any HX stomp, if my unit started malfunctioning. But if I import that same setlist, the Snapshot Bypass gets reset... So, when I switch between snapshots, the amp gets turned OFF and ON, after being copied and pasted... Thanks in advance:)
I'm experiencing an issue where, whenever I place effects on a B path, my overall output volume becomes louder than other Presets, when those fx on the B path, are switched off. EG: 'Preset A' has all effects on a single 'Path'. This preset produces intended Output Level 'Preset B' has some effects on a 'B Path', that 'B Path' merges before the end of the Signal Chain. This preset produces an Output Level louder than 'Preset A' when effects on Path B are OFF Both presets have the same parameters for the 'Split' and 'Merge' blocks (that being Center/0dB) How do I easily ensure uniform levels across presets, when some are using a B Path? I don't understand why I have to fiddle around with A and B levels in the Merge parameter. It should Merge at the same level as a preset without a split/merge.