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PostPosted: Tue, Sep 10, 2019 11:47am 
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The user manual states that when there is a line jack plugged into the line input on the torpedo live, the Speaker Load signal is not processed. However, I have my two notes live bolted into my rack, with my guitar amp plugged into the speaker load, and I want to have my bass di plugged into the line input, and select between them either with the front panel or the torpedo remote. Are there plans to implement this? It's kind of a pain to have to keep plugging/unplugging the bass di at the jack on the torpedo live to switch between recording guitar and bass.


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PostPosted: Thu, Sep 19, 2019 5:14am 
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Hey Alec,

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Are there plans to implement this?


Sadly you are asking for a hardware function that is not in the Torpedo Live, so we can't add that up to a firmware update.

But you can do that with the Torpedo Studio. ;)

Another way to do it is to plug you bass DI directly into your DAW and use the Wall of Sound plugin.

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