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Koffax 05-02-2011 10:10 AM

SOLVED - Problem with the distorted sounds of the eleven rack!
 
Hello Folks, well i'm from germany and my english is not so well to describe my prob in deep detail, but i hope it is good enough to explain the main thing!
Since 2 weeks i'm a proud user of a new Eleven Rack. The Rack is up to date and the latest Expansion Pack is installed. I guess on this way, i'm well prepared and can put the most of my Guitar software simulations in the trash. Here comes my prob!
Whenever i play the Sounds from the distorted section, the sounds stop after a short while and this sound not good. When i turn my Volume knob from my guitar a bit down to get less distortion, the sounds stop immediately! I hope it is a typical user fault and i can solve this problem with the right setting!
Does somebody knows this problem or knows the right settings? On this way let me say thank you in advance.

Cheers
Rai

bredo 05-02-2011 10:14 AM

Re: Problem with the distorted sounds of the eleven rack!
 
Check your Gate Settings.
Turn them all the way down, then up again to taste. Also set the release/closing time to taste.

Koffax 05-02-2011 10:19 AM

Re: Problem with the distorted sounds of the eleven rack!
 
Hi Bredo, yeah thank you for this hint. I will go up to the studio and check this out. I'll be back in a couple of minutes.

Thanks mate.

Cheers
Rai

Koffax 05-02-2011 10:30 AM

Re: Problem with the distorted sounds of the eleven rack!
 
Hi Bredo, you're a god:-))

Thank you so much mate, the problem is solved. It was a typical user fault and i couldn't found the gate settings, because i didn't turn further the page until these settings appears on the screen. Now i really happy. I wish you all the best and thank you ones more.

Cheers
Rai


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