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MichaelRdk
post Aug 10 2019, 05:33 PM
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Hi again.

I'm using Bias FX.
So i have all my time playing the guitar just been using other peoples sounds they've created or whatever there has been of presets in my ealier amps and such.

So now i've found a sound that i really like, but it comes out slighty more to the right than the left, and it runs in a dual path, i could make it single path, but that changes the sound drasticly, if i make the volume knob on one of the amps the same as the other i kinda get it centered, but it also changes the sound slightly.

is there something completely wrong with the way it's set up or what can i do to make it like 110% badass ?

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I will also start looking up some "lessons" to all this, cause one thing is finding a good sound by someone else, but if it needs small tweaks to get what you really want i'm kinda screwed cause i never really messed with this myself, i litterly just learn the playing guitar, and skipped everyrthing else, and it kinda comes biting me back now biggrin.gif
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post Aug 10 2019, 06:24 PM
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I see the delay is before 5153 but if the amp isn't much distorted then there isn't a problem. Friend of mine owns bias and from memory we increased one sides delay to balance the center feel. There are no rules but usually that sort of chain is better for background guitar rather than solo.

My friend had the highest version, I hated the presets that came with it (specially user ones) but factory pure-amp presets were really good as a starting point.


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post Aug 10 2019, 07:37 PM
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post Aug 10 2019, 07:41 PM
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QUOTE (MichaelRdk @ Aug 10 2019, 05:33 PM) *
Hi again.

I'm using Bias FX.
So i have all my time playing the guitar just been using other peoples sounds they've created or whatever there has been of presets in my ealier amps and such.

So now i've found a sound that i really like, but it comes out slighty more to the right than the left, and it runs in a dual path, i could make it single path, but that changes the sound drasticly, if i make the volume knob on one of the amps the same as the other i kinda get it centered, but it also changes the sound slightly.

is there something completely wrong with the way it's set up or what can i do to make it like 110% badass ?

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I will also start looking up some "lessons" to all this, cause one thing is finding a good sound by someone else, but if it needs small tweaks to get what you really want i'm kinda screwed cause i never really messed with this myself, i litterly just learn the playing guitar, and skipped everyrthing else, and it kinda comes biting me back now biggrin.gif
your mixer is just that , you can use it to balance left and right , it does not have to be at the same level on both channels , also ...Right underneath the mixer , you can turn on the "output settings " these will give you an extra source of tweaking for your sound
I would also add that green tube screamer right after the compressor , set the gain low , the level high and the just mess with the tone till it tickles your ears
Also ... your first delay I don't think is doing anything because the feed back and levels are on zero , that being said you don't want two different delays unless you really know you delay settings , I would move the second on after the EQ and get rid of the other one and FYI the reverb will sound great for jamming , if it ever comes to recording you probably want to mute it

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post Aug 10 2019, 09:35 PM
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BINGO!!! smile.gif Just use the mixer as a mixer and even out your levels and bam!
QUOTE (jstcrsn @ Aug 10 2019, 02:41 PM) *
your mixer is just that , you can use it to balance left and right , it does not have to be at the same level on both channels , also ...Right underneath the mixer , you can turn on the "output settings " these will give you an extra source of tweaking for your sound
I would also add that green tube screamer right after the compressor , set the gain low , the level high and the just mess with the tone till it tickles your ears
Also ... your first delay I don't think is doing anything because the feed back and levels are on zero , that being said you don't want two different delays unless you really know you delay settings , I would move the second on after the EQ and get rid of the other one and FYI the reverb will sound great for jamming , if it ever comes to recording you probably want to mute it


CRSN nailed it. smile.gif Just use the mixer as a mixer and even out your levels and bam! Also, record a bit of the tone so we can actually hear it!

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