jpdennis Posted July 12, 2016 Share Posted July 12, 2016 Well, after a long day and the thought to go to bed early ... I played with the Guitar-In Z. You'd think I couldn't beat a dead horse, but wait ... It is working!! OK, maybe not way I'd like it but here is what I found so far. If I set Guitar-In Z as an adjustable parameter it can be accurately saved in all 8 snapshots within the presets I have imported which I built in the previous FW version. Now when I go to another preset then comeback to the one I just modified all 8 snapshots still have the saved value AND they sound accurate. BUT, here is the rub ... As I said the snapshots have the correct value and the correct sound ... including snapshot 1 It is the preset that I initially switch back to after saving all snapshots that is harsh with the sound of the "auto" value for the Guitar-in Z value. Yet if I then choose any of the 8 snapshots they are all fine. Not sure but my thinking is that somehow the preset built in a FW that did not have snapshots is like the ghost in the machine. It is there, it says snapshot 1, but it really isn't snapshot 1 until you use the FS to chose it as snapshot 1. Note I did save the preset twice before starting this testing. WHAT I HAVE NOT DONE; I haven't created a preset from scratch in the new FW 2.00 with or without the 2.00.1 editor. So my theory could be inaccurate based upon incomplete testing. I am beat and have to get ready for a State DMV license renewal so I'm calling it a night. More later unless someone else would like to do what I haven't yet. Thoughts from anyone? Dennis PS: Line 6 did a hell of a job with this FW and App version. So, at the end of the day ... Thank you Line 6 for getting this out and letting me if not us get the scenes everyone has been asking for. PPS: DI, jpdennis like snapshots (the tonality of my voice is likened to Cookie Monster) :rolleyes: 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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