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All cabinets were close mic’d in order to raise the quality and accuracy of the cabinet filters, and to reduce simulated distance and room effects. We recommend using the best Room Reverb possible (such as Waves IR-1 or the included Reverb Stomp) in the Aux Send setup.

VOL: 0 to 10; Default 5. There is one Volume control for each Cab/Mic located below their selector control.

PAN: In Mono-to-Stereo or Stereo amps, each cabinet will have a Pan knob for panning left and right.

PHASE: In dual cabinet configurations, each Cabinet/Microphone path can be inverted in phase. The up position indicates natural phase and the bottom is for inverted phase.

MASTER VOLUME: 0 to 10; Default 5 The Master Volume is the last control in the Amp and is actually an output gain that doesn’t affect the amps tone. It sets the desired loudness and is used for output clip protection. The Master volume is located just below the Amp’s output meter. Look for the Red light clip indicator in the output meter. You will want to protect your amp from this kind of clipping. (At this stage it is digital clipping and not the intended saturated amp tone.)

Waves Guitar Tool Rack User Guide.

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