Please make sure you select your bass amp in product list first, so you get the converted toneprints for the Bass amps. The ones for the tguitar Toneprint pedal won't work with the bass amps !, as the format has to match
Please make sure you have the latest version of the Tp app 4.1.10
When you store a toneporint to pedal, there can be 2 reasons why value changes:
on older editor version before v4, the editor would reset the toneprint ,as it assumed that with storing the Tp in pedal you are done and wan to edit a new one
from version 4 the settings are retained in the editor, BUT if the delaytime Potmeter of your Flashback 2 is in a different position than the delaytime value you store the toneprint with, the editor will adjust the value on editor screen after save to potmeter position! so this is normal behavior.
Right before you press store to pedal, use the delaytime potmeter on your pedal to set a specific value.
when now storing to TP slot Potmeter position and Value match, so the value should not change
Nice demo, thanks for sharing.
I can only agree to his conclusion.. it's a great versatile instrument with a lot of sweet spots
"Overall, I am extremely happy with the Pro-1. I love the original, and I was really hoping that Behringer would deliver — deliver they did. It’s versatile, well built, intuitive to use, a great value and it sounds incredible. Across the board I am happy with how it performed. My sequences didn’t require a lot of EQ, after some mild processing, everything sounded really crunchy."
have a look here in this thread:
You can find an overview of all Flashback 2 parameters i made.It is not an official document, but it should help you getting a better understanding of the parameters.....
We also have one for the Hall of Fame available, but i'm out of office and cannot post it.
If you have any particular question regarding parameters, let us know... Cheers, Mike
Hi Solid Edge,
thanks for the note. I have come across one other customer with the same issue and it turned out that the wrong plastic cover was installed at factory that misses the cu-touts to access the dip switches.
it should look like this:
could you carefully remove the plastic cover and have a look ? in any case,we will exchange the product- i'm not sure the care team has the plastic covers as a spare part. where are you located? Best,
Yes, that is possible as you can freely set the x-over frequencies of the 3 bands and by mapping the gain parameter of the lower band to a potmeter, you get a high pass filter effect/cut the entire low band.
I might consider getting a Hyper Gravity pedal instead for the extra knobs (that can be fully customised as to which parameters they control and the ranges).-> so you can set threshold and gain for cutting the low band
In the Toneprint app for the the HyperGravity compressor there is a templaye called "3BandDynaQ" whihc has the gain of th 3 bands mapped to the 3 potmeters Sustain, Level , Atttack), so it is easy to cut the lower band
Spectracomp has same functionlaity and parameters as the Hyper gravity, but has only one potmeter to control parameters (up to 3 parameters can be controlled by it)