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Help with wah pedal assignments

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I am running two paths, different amps etc. If i have a Wah on both, and want one at 100% with toe up and the other at 0%, and vise versa toe down, how do I do this? When I change parameters and save it always goes back to 0-100, not 100-0? Make sense? Is this a global control setting or something I am missing?

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You need to reverse the max and min settings for the wah position parameter in the Controller Assign screen.

(menu button next to the save button)

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7 hours ago, twystedriffs said:

I do this, but when I save it reverts back. Glitch maybe? Thank you

 

seems so. I have tested it in a new preset (two pedals, one 0-100 and the other 100-0)

works for me, even after saving

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On 9/1/2019 at 8:22 PM, twystedriffs said:

I am running two paths, different amps etc. If i have a Wah on both, and want one at 100% with toe up and the other at 0%, and vise versa toe down, how do I do this? When I change parameters and save it always goes back to 0-100, not 100-0? Make sense? Is this a global control setting or something I am missing?

 

On 9/2/2019 at 2:25 PM, Peter said:

You need to reverse the max and min settings for the wah position parameter in the Controller Assign screen.

(menu button next to the save button)

 

On 9/2/2019 at 6:19 PM, twystedriffs said:

I do this, but when I save it reverts back. Glitch maybe? Thank you

 

Are you saving as soon as you make the change? If not it could be related to the Global --> Preferences --> 'Snapshot Edits' = "Discard" setting.

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