Discussion in 'Discussion' started by tepc, May 18, 2019.
Does this mean a replacement product is coming or business is really good?
In the market for an AA12, so would also really like to know!
Fairly sure that it will be a stock issue rather than new product related. The AA6 product is only a little over a year old.
AF6 and AF12 units will be back in stock within 1-2 weeks!
Awesome! Thanks for your feedback!
is this the same with CLR MKII monitors? any idea when they'll be in stock?
Sadly no. Probably 30-60 days for the CLR.
Hey guys, what's up? No news or new stock... It's been a while.
Tom King posted this on the gear page this week:
"We've had some production delays because of long lead time parts issues that have also been plaguing other companies. This is an increasing issue with some components (mostly ICs but also for some normally common parts like certain capacitors, etc.). We're doing our best to get ahead of it.
That being said, we'll have new stock on AF6, AF12 and AFB early next week."
AFB, AF6 and AF12 should be available for purchase by end of day Friday.
You can't buy what they haven't got. Still in stock at Andertons and they offer worldwide postage if that helps?
Units in stock NOW!
Yep... just bought AA12 and happy bout it.... whoo hoo !!!
Whoop, you're in for a treat. I love mine
Bought my AA6 over a year ago and just recently gave it a test drive through FRFR12 and I like it better than the ge200 and Ampero. I love it. Can't wait to USB into Mac and dial it in. Will buying 3rd party IR's mess up my unit ? I'm 54 and not good with computers . I have a Radar and a NUX Solid Studio. Do I even need those ? or do I load into Mac or into the unit USB ? Hope I made sense. I need all the help I can get. Have always just plugged into Amps and played. I live in a Condo so the days of cranking big Amps are over. Will I need to upgrade Software ? Thanks-
You can load IRs on the Atomic non-destructively, and you won't need the Nux or radar to do it. But since you own them, they will make auditioning IRs a lot quicker and easier than loading IRs in the software.
You can load up to 32 CAB IR files in to the unit that you can then load in to any preset at any time.
You can also load CAB IR files DIRECTLY in to a single preset instead.
This is all done within the editor application.
The unit uses .wav 48kHz 200ms files, but it will convert different sample rate files in to that format.
To load files in to the 32 user slots, go to the CABINETS tab in the editor.
Click on any of the 32 numbered slot icons and a pop-up window will appear for you to select the CAB IR file from your computer that you want to load in to that user location.
To load CAB IR files in to a preset, select the preset you wish to use.
click on the CAB block. The CAB parameters will be displayed in the editor.
Click the window to the right of where it says CABINET that displays the name of the currently loaded CAB IR. A Drop Down list will appear giving you options. Select USER and then one of the 32 user CAB IR files that you've loaded OR select FROM FILE and a pop-up window will appear for you to select the CAB IR file from your computer that you want to load in to that preset.
So, have had my AA12 for a little over a week and really liking it. But, speaking of loading IRs, it's a very slow process and am wondering what people are using/doing to audition IRs? I see a user area for cabs and thought that might help for quicker loading but for the life of me I cannot find anything in the manual explaining how to load up the user cabs. Anyone got the best way? I thought if I loaded up the user area with various cabs then I could audition blocks (so to speak) of cabs a little bit faster. So any advise on this would be helpful. If the dev can somehow add some software upgrades allowing the auditioning of cabs, it would be awesome.
Wow, Jace, you put this info in as I was hitting the send button for my last post... very helpful and thanks. But is there a way to load multiple cab IRs at the same time, say a folder full (obviously it would have to be less than the amount of available slots. i.e. 32) or is it only one at a time?
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