grdGo33 Posted January 28 Share Posted January 28 Jesus...! Pod Go just exploded in my face. I was playing with Snapshots, basically had 4 snapshots based on the Revv Red channel, 1-3 were very heavy distortion, some metal and lead tones, and the 4th had a clean tone. So basically 0 distortion and pumped up volumes on the IR, reverb, etc., to get similar volume between snapshots. Once I get something half decent, saved, and then... I had the misfortune to switch back to snapshot 1 and it literally exploded in my face. The volume literally jumped from 3 to 100 for a sec...! Almost gave me a heart attack... That volume jump was CRAZY LOUD...!!! My ears are still ringing... So that's how it is huh? PGO doesn't change all the snapshot parameters at once, it does it sequentially and during that time, you can get all sorts of nonsense happening as it's switching snapshots? Any advice or rules as to avoid this occurring again? I'm guessing it might be far worse depending on individual settings or amps... The more variation in parameter settings the bigger the 'in between' garbage can be... Really surprised I've never seen this brought up in the past. It's a pretty darn big issue with snapshots... I mean, the snapshots are a workaround for the gap when switching patches, but they've got their limitative set of shortcomings also... That's a pretty big one, as snaphots aren't really as seamless as they should, and yeah honestly, that could damage speakers and the such. Not to mention if it happened live for some reason..! (and to be clear, none of the snapshots were actually loud, just the in-between non-existent snapshot settings were incredibly loud..) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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