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Difficulty with Snapshots


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Hello, all:

 

I need some help. I have a great crunch patch. I am using the computer editor. I select Snapshot 2, rename it to Lead and make adjustments on the amp+cab for a lead tone. I re-select the Snapshot 1, as that is what I want to load when I select the preset. Now, both Snapshots 1 and 2 have the same increased volume and EQ adjustments that I dedicated to Snapshot 2.

 

Obviously, I don't fully grasp the construction and saving of a snapshot.

 

Thank you in advance for advice.

 

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When you save parameters to a preset, they are saved to all snapshots. If you want different parameters to a specific snapshot, you need to do it on the floor unit and push in the knob as you turn it. This creates a bracket [ ] around the parameter number and it will now be saved only to that snapshot. If you don't see a bracket, it's being saved to all snapshots in a preset, which is what you get when you change parameters in the editor. 

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^^^ this, except that there's a shortcut for doing that in the editor too. I don't use the editor enough to have it on the tip of my tongue, but I think you hold down shift or control or maybe both, or something, while adjusting the setting. Check back through the release notes, or maybe the most recent manual.

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In the editor go to the Controller Assign tab, set the parameter you want to change between snapshots then select 'Snapshots' from the drop downdown just below the 'Parameter' selector

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Courtesy of Phil_m and the release notes

 

- Snapshot Assign Shortcut—OPTION-click (Mac) or ALT-click (PC) any Home screen parameter to quickly assign its value to the Snapshots controller

- Unassign Controller Shortcut—SHIFT-OPTION-click (Mac) or SHIFT-ALT-click (PC) any Home screen parameter to instantly remove any controller assignment

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