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    • #107282
      Dario
      Member

      Hi folks,

      i would like to understand the reason of this sound/path process,

      to make this,I need to  explain the chain of my setup,

      it includes two Markbass Combo Amps (CMD 121H),the 2 Sends and the 2 Returns on the rear panel of my combo amps,feed the Ins and Outs of my H8000,for a perfect stereo path,in a typical send/return wiring

      my bass,through a volume pedal,goes in One frontal input of an Amp

      Markbass Combo Amp  1send


      >H8000 IN 1

      Markbass Combo Amp 2 send


      >H8000 IN 2

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      Markbass Combo Amp 1 return


      >H8000 OUT 1

      Markbass Combo Amp 2 retrun


      >H8000 OUT 2

      bass—->in Volume Ped out


      > Frontal Input of one of the 2 Amps

      now,my question: is normal that I listen to an higher volume sound on an Amp,let's say the 1 and I listen to a lower and almost completely wet signal on the other Amp?                                          

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    • #120782
      nickrose
      Moderator
      Eventide Staff

      More questions. Sorry.

      1) What routing are you using ?

      2) What presets does this occur with ? (Name at least one).

      3) Does it make any difference if you remove the volume pedal ?

      4) Do you get the same thing with a THRU preset ?

    • #120783
      Dario
      Member

      Hi,

      the routing is A-B(the first one on the routing menu)with the wet/dry Level at 50% on DSP A and DSP B

      an example Preset:

      6518 

      6518 

      6519

      6519 

      also,with the preset #218 I listen to only the Wet sound on an Amp and I listen to a complete Dry sound on the other Amp

      I have to try if It does any difference if I remove a volume pedal and if I load a THRU preset

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      thanks a lot

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    • #120784
      Dario
      Member

      Hi,

      the routing is A-B(the first one on the routing menu)

      an example Preset:

      6518 

      6518 

      6519

      6519 

      also,with the preset #218 I listen to the Wet sound on an Amp and I listen to a complete Dry sound on the other Amp

      I have to try if It does any difference if I remove a volume pedal and if I load a THRU preset

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      thanks

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    • #120785
      Dario
      Member

      Hi nickrose,

      excuse me for the mistakes on the multiple replies answers 🙂

      anyway,based on your questions,I've tried everything both without the Vol.pedal and in THRU too, this is the final result:

      with a preset like the 6518(Pcm 70 Sax Hall) this is the result:

      on the Fronta Input of the Amp 1,where is connected my bass, I listen to a litlle bit higher volume signal,with a good balance between the sound of my bass and the wet sound, instead on the Amp 2,where there isn't connected anything on the Frontal Input,I listen only a full wet signal.

      with a preset like 218 (Gorgeus Delays),with the same wiring,I listen to the sound ONLY on the Amp 1,where is connected my bass,on the Amp 2 there is NO SOUND.

      the same happens if I load the preset #12 THRU,the signal becomes MONO,like the preset #218(Gorgeous Delay) and I only listen to the sound on one of the 2 Amps.

      also,with the help of my DAW,I've noticed that when I load THRU or a preset like the #218 the signal is Mono,when I load a preset like the #6518 the signal becomes Stereo,but with the problem that I listen to a different kind of sound on the 2 Amps,as I said before.

      the only way that I found to solve this problem,is to use an Y cable jack mono—dual mono,

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      but I guess that this is not the best solution,

      let me know

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