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HI i have been using pod for one year , have used the tuner many times , it will not cut out when  turned on, it used to drop the audio when tuning , and i used it for a kill switch to.. now the sound is leaking into my 2 amps and interface when tuning , i have looked for this topic and cant find anything  , and need to fix this before my next jig , thanks  

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when the tuner is engaged there is an option on the screen to bypass/mute, turn the knob that controls this option.

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when the tuner is engaged there is an option on the screen to bypass/mute, turn the knob that controls this option.

And were wouldnthis option be located thanks

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It is visible on the display when the tuner is engaged. Turn the little black knob associated with the Mode parameter (I think it's called Mode - but it should be obvious when you look for it).

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I've never noticed this.

Is it a "global" setting? If I turn off the output during tuning, does that stick across all patches and setlists?

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yes.

 

I've never noticed this.

Is it a "global" setting? If I turn off the output during tuning, does that stick across all patches and setlists?

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i like mine on.... but only because i use it in a studio setting primarily, and it's a quick bypass to throw on the tuner if i'm running a keyboard or something else into the input.

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Essentially the tuner on Mute is a global device mute feature that can be activated and left on for as long as you like. The device CPU will be confused as h#ll trying to calibrate the incoming frequency for the duration, but it will recover nicely as soon as the tuner is disengaged.

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also useful for when swapping guitars in a live setting between songs.

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