Hi, When beaming, do you get the green confirmation flashes at the end of the process? If you don't get the confirmation flashes, what's your signal chain from guitar to the pedal? Do you have any other active pedals / preamp between the guitar and the Sub n'Up? If you do get the confirmation flashes, have you set the little toggle switch on the Sub n'Up to the middle position? These bits of info might help us find out what's going on...
You also need to adjust the response curves of the delay knob in the knob mapping section of the TP Editor for the ratio that you want between the delay, so that the knob / pedal will keep track of your settings. You can double click the values on the knobs at the bottom to type in precise values. Hope this helps!
as Lars writes, you can customise the curve of the FX level parameter in the Toneprint editor:
click on any FB 2 template in editor to select it
click the "pencil" icon to edit parameters
click on "mappings" tab and then on the (virtual) Level potmeter to access the value curve
Change the 5 curve points to any setting that fits your sound and playing style
P.s. You can also change FX level of your delays dynamically via MASH switch on top of the delay level mapping of potmeter ...eg if you just want to momentarily rise or attenuate delay level by a couple of dB
For anyone finding this post for the same problem the solution is use Toneprint and call up Poly Default template...hit the edit icon...there's a setting called Wet Sub2 ..turn it all the way down (-100db)..there's also 2 Sub Drive settings , do the same with these and save it..that's your default restored
Hi. I wonder which level you were playing into the pedal? Humbuckers, active pickups or low output single coils? The Afterglow Chorus was designed as a subtle Chorus with a "vintage" flavour (if you will). Not Hi-Fi at all. This means that the signal flow through the pedal can be "overdriven" if the input levels get too much for it. The overdrive/distortion is not due to the price of the pedal nor due to tolerances from Afterglow to Afterglow. It was simply designed like this. I hope you have found a Chorus pedal that better suits your needs, Best Regards, Lars
Running any boost into a distorted pre-amp will only increase the amount of distortion, not the signal level. Boosting the volume only works if there is pre-amp headroom to do so - and it's already distorting, then you've nowhere to go. One solution for this is to move the Spark to the FX Loop of the Katana - that way you're boosting the signal after the pre-amp, and into the (clean) power amp.
Cross-platform exchange of user toneprints between apps is not available yet. Once the toneprint app gets an account system, this will be possible among other great features like sharing Toneprints with other users etc.