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Determining Your Setup

The "Setup" filter helps you to focus on those presets best-suited for how you use your Axe-Fx.

FRFR/Direct presets (like all of the Factory presets) are designed for "full-range flat-response" systems such as studio monitors, PAs, headphones, etc.

Pwr. Amp + Cab presets use real power amps and guitar speakers.

4-Cable Method (aka :4CM") presets require a special setup with connectors both in front of and in the effects loop of a real amp.

Fx Loop presets in the loop of a real amp. A loop may be SERIES or PARALLEL and the preset needs to be built accordingly.

Gtr Amp Input presets should be used in front of a (real) head or combo. Guitar->Axe-Fx->Amp Input.

Other setups also exist (e.g. combinations of the above).

The Axe-Fx II manual (chapter three) includes more information about setups.

"Cab" search results ignore the settings of this filter.

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Name There's a way out

ID 9324

Author Burgs

Fractal Product Axe-FX III

Firmware Version 17.x

Set Up Direct

Description Written in 18.03, this one, with the exception of Scene 8 "Panic Button", is strictly ambient. It was inspired by Stephen Hawking's black hole theory and the information paradox, something I'm a little obsessed with at the moment (and trying very hard to understand). I've taken the Nimbostratus Reverb algorithm and twisted it quite severely, resulting in several scenes of varying strength and texture. You'll only need to hit one or two notes to let it do its thing and if it becomes too much, Scene 8 is your way out. If you want a video, give me a yell and I'll make one. Rock on.

Band/Artist/Player Burgs, Brett Kingman

Song Various

Genre Ambient

Instrument Electric Guitar


Date UploadedDec 22, 2021