Any tips for making these louder? I am usually playing direct. I go out from my AFB into a SA Collider and from there to a DI box. The signal that goes to FOH is pretty weakEveryone, I created something special for you!
Stage volume presets for the AFB made with the CLR at 90dB!
These were made to set your LEVEL knob on full and
not have any clipping.
Everyone one of these presets has FX block settings for:
Gate, Compressor, Echo, Reverb and Boost as well as AMP model and CAB IR.
The PRE TONE EQ uses low frequency ROLL OFF before the amp model on all presets.
No other EQ parameters are used.
These all use stock Atomic CAB IR files.
There is a BOOST dialed in for each preset.
Some like the B-MAN and the RECTO were made to have the boost on
as part of the tone. Others like the TOP BOOST and DELUXE
have a boost to add overdrive to the clean tone.
These were all created using 3rd Power MagFragg ’77 humbuckers with a DC resistance of 9.5 Ohms.
There are JPEG images to show you the knob settings used for each preset. The presets can be downloaded from these three links:
Hook your unit up to the editor and go to the GLOBALS tab. The default output level is 0dB, but you can boost one or both outputs to +12dB.Any tips for making these louder? I am usually playing direct. I go out from my AFB into a SA Collider and from there to a DI box. The signal that goes to FOH is pretty weak
I'm gonna guess this will never happen for the AFB (or AA 3/6/12).
Someone as done so for Katana: Katana Librarian for Android. I'm using an OTG cable on my Android tablet to connect to the Katana USB port. Way better then booting a computer and I can finally use my Katana out of the house knowing I can tweak the global EQ and reverb depending of the venue and also swap patches easily from blues to rock, from Strat to LP. My tablet sits on top of my Katana.
Not for this product I'm afraid. Hopefully on future products.
I bought a cheap 2 in 1 laptop that runs Windows for my editing needs. It was not expensive and works great@Jace Nuzback : Nothing has to change on the hardware at all. How much resources does it take to port the application to Android? Maybe we can start a GoFundMe and pay a developer. I paid less than $10 for Katana Librarian (Juca Nery developed it) and it's really a saver for my Katana (I just take an old Android Tablet with me which I take anyway for my partitions and my backing tracks).
The Ampli-Firebox would be the perfect kit for me on small/travel gigs. I cannot buy one until I have an app to adjust some parameters at the soundcheck without having my laptop.
Mine has done this too. Once every few months, I'll turn it on & it sounds like utter ass. I plug in the app & see the knobs are all wonky. I've since memorized the two presets, so I can fix them very quickly when it happens.My main concern with using the Ampli-Firebox live, back when I had it on my board, was that it'd randomly 'forget' knob settings in A-B mode (resetting everything to 0) and also sometimes entirely forget that it was in A-B mode and revert back to standard on-off mode. These random surprises when you power your pedalboard on don't inspire confidence in the device as a gig-ready platform to build your whole tone around.