efx loop after cabinet feature on next firmware update

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    abbeyroad65 Active Member

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    Hi, please let the efx loop movable after the cabinet on next firmware update, my eventide h9 will like it.
    Really appreciate the parallel mix feature thx again, sound killer with my h9
    Best
    Adriano
     
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    I might be wrong but I don't see them putting anything after the cab due to the implications for being able to turn cabs off on a per-output basis.
     
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    Hi aleclee IMO would be possible if atomic will implement - the cab off per output basis- on a per preset/global basis option;
    The requested feature will allow users to have efx loop after the cab/ acoustic-nylon irs !
     
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    I've asked for that some time ago. Would allow me to get rid of a stereo DI box (which was really pricey).
    EDIT: this would also allow me to get rid off a headphone amp which I would need for practice when not at home. So money and pedalboard space saved.
     
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    What are you trying to accomplish with that? Would it be any different than having the efx loop before the cab?
    As I understand it, the cab block is essentially a filter, which is lineal, so the effect should be the same whether it's before or after the efx loop. Am I wrong?
     
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    Reverb and delays sounds totally different IMO after the guitar cabinet. Think like You are in studio and you insert ambients after the mic
     
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    Hi Jace, here another request (thread title) can you pass to firmware developement team?
     

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