Clear all settings for a single T1® Channel
I would really like it if you could clear all settings for single T1® channel.
My proposed implementation would be a press and hold of the FX Mute button for a specific channel. This would be followed by a confirmation message on the screen and confirmed by pressing one of the three screen buttons.
On those occasions at a gig where I am connecting a new instrument or sound source. I would like a fast way to clear all the existing settings so I don't have to step through all the possible settings to make sure that I am starting from "flat" and "dry".
Real Life Example:
Hooked up a new preamp to T1® Channel 3 the other night. I was in a hurry and under some pressure to get going fast. I set the ToneMatch Preset to something that should have sounded great. Things sounded terrible because I rarely use this channel and the last time I had been using it for an acoustic guitar in an extremely bass heavy environment. I had the lows rolled off in the zEQ.
In the heat of the moment, I forgot to check ALL the settings.
It didn't help that I had a couple of guys complaining about the sound and sniping at me "If we had control over the sound through the board, we could fix that for you right away".
When I regained my composure I got it straightened out and sounding great. But a one button channel reset would have been nice.
Anybody else have ideas?
That's a GOOD one ST!!! I'll vote for a "Clear a single T1 Channel Settings" option.
More User Scenes
I would like some additional User Scenes to store different configs for different venues, band configurations, different instrument combinations, etc. Also, a better way to clear (return to defaults for all channels) a User Scene on the fly (when away from a computer).
I would like to just connect my T1 with my friend's T1 and "upload and/or download" all my settings, user scenes, etc. This would be accomplished easily with a Cat 5E cable between T1s or a 1/4" guitar cable.
One More Channel
I would also like to see one more channel added to the T1 (like Ch.1 - 3 w/phantom power) and still retain the current stereo Ch. 4/5. With one more channel, I could run one vocal and one instrument mic to one L1 and another vocal and instrument mic to another L1, plus plug-in my Bass. Ah...the perfect mixer!
Thanks for asking!
Pulling this in from another thread.
Digital Delay - memory configurable and Tap/Tempo
Hi ST and JohnNell,
Thanks for the suggestions! I have made note of them.
I can't think of any more features but I would be filled with delight if I could get a 1 space rack mountable T1.
I can't picture trying to read the Display Panel at that size.
Actually, the screen would not have to be shrunk much if at all. The screen is about 1.5" and a standard 1 space rack unit is about 1.75"
I'm not saying this would be for everyone (or even possible). I'm back to using a rack now and to have my T1 in my rack bag, already partially hooked up is just my own personal selfish fantasy! :-)
I remember the good and the bad on that.
I used to have everything in a rolling rack stand. Setup was soo easy. Rackmount wireless, mixer, amp, etc,etc. Plug in the speaker and go with it.
The only problem, was stairs and the mini trailer to haul it around.
Nothing sounds like the L1 though and am I ever glad to dump that trailer.
My backing up was not pretty.
Mine is only a 4 space rack bag and that took the place of a case of equal size. I have my guitar preamp in one space and a 3 space rack vault for my harps, mics, cables, etc. in there too. So not much more to haul but I can't stop thinking of how cool it would be to have my mixer (or T1) in the rack.
I'm already spoiled by how easy the L1 is to transport and set up but I can't help thinking of ways to cut down my set up/tear down time even more.
I'm probably looking at a total of about a minute on each end to remove my T1 from it's hard case and it's little sleeve, take off the top cover and plug it in but it's fun to think of the T1 in the rack!
Yes! This would have save me one time already.
TAP TEMPO Button(fabulous idea):
ANY of the three *screen parameter* dial buttons would not be the best since they are of the *clicky* variety, harder to push.
Although those buttons are in the best position for that feature, and the most logical place to be,
the *soft touch* illuminated buttons would be easier to tap a steady tempo.
Bose Live Music Team
I agree about the middle button being "clicky."
Perhaps the middle button could toggle the "tap tempo mode" then a soft touch button could flash at the current tempo to indicate "tap here."
Hi Drumr, Mark,
Soft touch buttons => good.
Mark: flashing the tempo = > good.
After 4 outdoor gigs over the last couple of weeks,
it sure would be nice to have someway of increasing the "backlight" intensity of the buttons when playing outside or in a bright environment.
Your upcoming gig announcement is now in See and Hear it Live
Please see Upcoming gigs - montaramike
I guess for my 2 cents I would agree with montaramike. I play a lot of outdoor or patio gigs and it is hard to impossible sometimes to see the lights. That said there are not many lcd screens or other products that do well in sunlight. What I would like is a software based patch editor/librarian like you have for synths.
A software-based Custom ToneMatch EQ preset maker/tweaker.
Tunable Cylindrical Radiator®
While we're talking about blue-sky ideas, inspired by valvenerd's thought about swappable cylindrical radiators®, what about being able to vary the dispersion pattern, varying shape or distribution of the frequencies?
I only mention it here because I would expect to control that from the T1®.
Oh my...I love the idea of a "clone" feature as well as a "clear all" feature. Both of those would be immensely helpful! I also love the idea of a tap delay, but for my purposes I would sacrifice all the above to have:
An assignable footswitch to allow channel mute, effect on/off, system mute, or to cycle scenes (more scenes would then be a plus).
What happens when you give a pastor a guitar and teach him to sing? You get a Sermon in Song
Footswitch, did someone say: "Footswitch"?
Like Tom, this would be my top choice.
A few ways to implement a footswitch:
Your original post with feature requests for your Classic/Model I are now in a new discussion for L1® Model I Feature Requests
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