Signal Path Management

1. Add / remove effects

You can click “Add” in the middle of the window to open the effects menu.  Double-click on the desired effect or drag the guitar effect anywhere on the signal path to add. Place the mouse cursor over the effect and click “x” to remove the effect.

 

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2. Replace, engage and bypass amps and effects

You can click the green button when the cursor is over an effect or amp to engage/bypass it, or you can click the led light on the control panel to do the same. Double-clicking any item on the signal path will open the item menu to replace the target amp or effect.

 

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3. Drag and drop items on signal path

If you want to change the sequence of the signal path, just drag and drop any effect to the place you want. When in dual path mode, dragging the item to the middle of 2 paths lets you drop it into the “middle FX”, in case you want to run the same setting in both paths in the FX loop position.

 

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4. Single/dual path

You can click on single/dual to set up a single or dual signal path, if you run a dual signal path routing, it will automatically add a splitter and a mixer in the front and back of the amps. You can select each path’s volume/pan/delay in the mixer, and how the signal is split in the splitter.  Please notice that if you want to add delay in the mixer, please pan the 2 paths to L and R in case of phasing issues in your overall sound.

 

 

5. Clear / undo / redo

When you want to make a whole new preset, just click Clear and you’ll have a clean signal path with only a noise gate and an amp. You can also click undo/redo when editing signal path routing.

 

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