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Marcus Siepen
post Mar 6 2010, 06:50 PM
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Hmm, are you using some kind of download manager? If yes, then try downloading the file without it, I just downloaded it myself and I have no problems opening the file, so it should work for you too.


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post Mar 7 2010, 12:57 AM
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+1 interested in what you are doing with the AxeFx. I recently purchased an Ultra and would love to see the tweaking that you are doing to get that sound with the active EMG's.

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Marcus Siepen
post Mar 7 2010, 12:40 PM
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Actually I am not tweaking that much wink.gif I am using a couple of different Patches, most of them based on a Rectifier, and I like to combine them, for example using Patch A for two tracks (panned left and right) and then adding a third track, panned in the middle, using Patch B, a Rectifier that sounds a bit different compared to the one I am using with patch A. Like that you can get very nice sounds and if you have a couple of different patches ready to use this gives you a lot of freedom in coming up with different sounds. In "real life", meaning when I play my real Rectifier, I just plug in my guitar straight into the amp, no effects used for my rhythm tone, but with the Rectifiers in my Axe FX Ultra I like to add a Tubescreamer to give it some more punch, for whatever reason the "pure" modeled Rectifier needs to be a bit beefed up in the Axe FX. This is something that I am doing for all the High Gain Amps in the Axe FX by the way, I always add a Tube Screamer or a different distortion pedal, most of the time in pretty neutral settings, but it just adds to the sound and makes it more powerful. I already downloaded the Axe-Edit software so soon I will upload a couple of my Patches here, like that you can try them yourselves.


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post Mar 7 2010, 04:28 PM
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Cool, thanks Marcus. That AxeEdit is a pretty amazing tool.

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Marcus Siepen
post Mar 8 2010, 05:16 PM
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I didn't do much with it yet, I prefer to work with the Axe FX so far wink.gif


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post Mar 8 2010, 05:26 PM
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QUOTE (Marcus Siepen @ Mar 6 2010, 06:50 PM) *
Hmm, are you using some kind of download manager? If yes, then try downloading the file without it, I just downloaded it myself and I have no problems opening the file, so it should work for you too.


I tried downloading it and tried opening with both Winzip and winrar, but no success either.


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post Mar 12 2010, 10:43 AM
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QUOTE (Caelumamittendum @ Mar 8 2010, 05:26 PM) *
I tried downloading it and tried opening with both Winzip and winrar, but no success either.


I have the same problem. Could you upload it again? I think the files are damaged.. Thank you
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Marcus Siepen
post Mar 14 2010, 04:54 PM
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The files are not damaged, I checked them. I downloaded them myself and opened them without any problem, thats why I am pretty sure the files should work. In the moment I also can't upload mew versions cause Sample Tank (which I used to create the drums and the bass for those backings) is not working for me, so I can't create new backings for the old lessons before that problem is fixed.


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Amps: Mesa Boogie Tripple Rectifier / Triaxis / 2:90 Poweramp / Rectocabs
Effects: Rocktron Intellifex / Rocktron Xpression
Homepage: www.marcussiepen.com www.blind-guardian.com
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