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Tonedexter f/w update 2.0

Postby shufflebeat » Mon Nov 30, 2020 12:24 am

I've not had the chance to play with it yet but the theory sounds very promising.

TD owners, let's do it together.
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Re: Tonedexter f/w update 2.0

Postby Sam Spoons » Mon Nov 30, 2020 11:26 am

Ooh Err missus...

Will do...
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Re: Tonedexter f/w update 2.0

Postby shufflebeat » Tue Dec 01, 2020 12:42 am

There is a small caveat wit this update which is the recently introduced capacity for transferring W/Ms has been broken but will be repaired forthwith.

Updating doesn't cause a problem for existing W/Ms so (apparently) fill your boots and update again when the fix is applied.

I use bank 11-22 for proper use so 1-10 is free for experimentation.

It's very nice, top end seems somehow higher resolution, less clanky when onboard EQ is applied. New version of feedback control sounds much more useful if it pans out as planned.

Unit very much rejuvenated. This feels like one of those Reaper updates where you suddenly reimagine your whole workflow.
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