bassguy129 Posted May 3, 2016 Share Posted May 3, 2016 So, I have a patch setup to run in 4 cable method. The general rundown is that I have the clean and dirty amp channels switching on a footswitch, and that also sets up a reverb to be activated in the FX loop when the clean channel is on. I have a pad and overdrive on the clean channel (path B ), which are both footswitchable. I noticed that when I was playing on the lead channel, I could hear the clean channels OD if I switched it on and off. To test this, I put a delay on the clean channel in front of the amp, and sure enough, I could hear the delay on the lead channel. I've looked at my path up and down, and can't figure out why this is happening. I can't have the same thing happen if I do it in reverse, as in putting a delay on the lead channel and hear it on the clean channel. Only when I have something on the clean path does it come into path A. Am I incorrect in thinking that when path B is engaged, the part in path A which is being split around should be inaudible and vice versa? My split settings are A 100% and B 100% with each footswitch state. (The delays in these pictures are all in the loop, but I DID have one of them in front of the amp before, while I was experimenting, which is the one I could hear) Here's a link to the patch, if anybody wants to load it into their helix and give it a go: https://www.dropbox.com/s/yyikhoiq7mc8yva/Landscapes.hlx?dl=0 Help! I can't figure out whats going on, and I need to bang out a bunch of song-specific patches as I'm going on tour in a month :wacko: Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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