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PostPosted: Thu, Sep 26, 2019 2:30am 
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Hi everyone,

I just got Revv D20 amp which includes Two notes Torpedo and have some trouble with this Torpedo Remote. Maybe somebody can help?

After some hassle I got everything registered and installed etc. WoS works fine in some DAWs with no trouble, but no sound comes through with Remote. It opens, loads graphics, shows cabinets, but no sound. I tried to search help from Two Notes hardware manuals and from this forum etc but only manged to get confused.

Anybody know what could be the problem and what to do? I'm so confused by now that I'm afraid of becoming a BASS PLAYER.


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PostPosted: Mon, Sep 30, 2019 3:08am 
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Hi Luna2,

torpedo remote is... a software remote controller. if doesn't make any sound.

to get sound into your DAW you need to connect the XRL output of your amp into a soundcard. ;)

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