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  • Regular and Boost versions of the same VoicePrint?

    Hi.

    To avoid using a separate boost pedal for solos, I was thinking about creating a playlist with two VoicePrints: regular and "boost." The boost version would be identical to the regular version, only louder. Assuming I have no other VoicePrints, would this approach work for switching back and forth by using the "next" button? If so, what would be the best method for creating the "boost" VoicePrint. Just make a copy of the regular voiceprint and tweak the levels? Could someone step this out for me (assuming it's not a bad idea in the first place)?

    Thanks!

    --Josh

  • #2
    Hey Josh,
    Yeah, I think you're on the right track with your thinking. Load the preset you like, copy it, go into the LEV module and boost the signal using the Preset Level, and save it. If you only have those two presets, the Next footswitch would toggle between the two presets pretty easily.

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    • #3
      This boost idea function is one of the main things I want to do. I’m very new with this device and am having trouble figuring out how to create the boost preset separate from the regular volume preset. I’m also not seeing how to load only the two presets into the pedal, ignoring all others I may have created. Can you point me to a resource or manual area where I can find out the information?

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      • #4
        There isn't a good resource that covers that exact information yet.

        What I would do would be to go into the Preset Tab at the bottom of the screen. Under the Pedal section, take your initial preset and drag it into an empty slot to clone it. Then, go back into the Pedal tab and the LEV module to boost the Preset Level of the new preset. Once you save it, you'll have two of the same presets, with two different output levels.

        If you have any trouble doing that, let me know.

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