USB from Computer assignable to Channels
I would really like to be able to assign
USB from Computer Left: to any T1® Channel 1,2,3 as well as existing options for 4/5 and Master.
Same of course for
USB from Computer Right:
This would allow me to add Presets EQ and effects to individual channels coming from the USB port.
This would be useful for me when recording individual Channels
1: for vocal
2: for guitar
and then applying T1® settings during playback to audition effects for example
Also this would add greater flexibility for people who are using prerecorded material to add Presets EQ and effects to both Left and Right while running 'stereo'.
More Banks for Presets in T1®
More than three please.
Banks are confusing
I would like independent level controls for the Main, Aux and Digital outputs with the option to link them to the master level control when required.
Sing like you mean it..........or else shut up and let someone else do it!
Hmmm ... while we've captured in this thread the desire for creating or modifying personal/custom Presets, and for more 'banks' of Presets (more Preset memory, if you will), I'll add the desire (which I recall was discussed back with the original L1 Classic) for being able to select a custom grouping of Presets from existing "collections of Presets" -- you know, being able to select 6 mic types (because they're what you own, and 12 guitar Presets (for the 8 that you own) and a handful of other Presets for the other people you play with regularly and call that "My Favorite Presets" ... and load them into, say Bank 'X'.
A related approach might be to eliminate the concept of fixed "banks of presets" and simply be able to load/unload "Collections" and/or individual Presets until you run out of Preset memory. The Updater could look at the selected "collections/presets-to-load" and the available Preset space in the T1 to let you know if you have to unload (remove) or "over-write" some existing Presets first (or select fewer Preset to load).
My requests are simple.
I would like more channels. Nothing crazy, say 6 instead of the present 4.
An FX on/off footswitch capability.
Dave, the T1 is not a £20 mini mixer (and I know you realise that), it's a load of studio quality fx and user friendly technology packed into a compact unit. It's a very versatile and professional pice of kit. Bose stuff is not cheap anyway, so something like this just aint gonna be cheap, no matter we wish or look at it. My guess is that Bose will bring out an upgraded model with more features, but they will probably keep the T1 as it is for those who don't need the extra features of the new unit. Just like the L1M1 system has been kept when the L1M2 came out.
What would be superb would be some sophisticated anti feedback circuitry that identified the frequency feeding back, and introduced a notch filter with just enough cut to remove the feedback. The facility could be switchable for those who didn't want to use it.
I find that the limiting factor volume wise with an L1 behind you is feedback, not distortion. I realise that Bose have done all they can otherwise to reduce feedback, but it's simple rules of acoustic physics that a mic looking at a sound source will eventually feedback when the volume is high enough. This can be frustrating in a medium sized hall, because with a line source you can easily fill the room with sound. But a mic, no. Feedback occurs way before the system runs out of power.
Yep, an intelligent feedback reducer!!
The T1 NEEDS an SD Card slot badly! No more iPod hook ups and store an endless amount of user scenes.
I would love to be able to EQ the Master output. Many times I will play a room that is, for example, bass heavy. It would be great to be able to tune down specific bass freqs via paraEQ, or using ZEQ. Currently, you would have to take the time to adjust each input channel, which there is not enough time to do at a gig...I am using all 5 channels).
This could be accomplished via a firmware upgrade, by the way, using existing knobs and controls on the device. I notice that many of the suggestions in this thread would require hardware changes (an entirely new "T2" box), while others could be accomplished via a firmware upgrade of the T1. As they say ... "it's just software."
A Bluetooth capability so that between sets an iPod can be wirelessly connected to pipe music through.
Since there are so many different requests,maybe Bose could have a made to order option available and charge accordingly.
Hi there !
I'm surprised no one has asked for this yet !
When will Bose make a Tonematch that makes me a nice hot cup of cappuccino, with chocolate sprinkled on the top, as soon as I've played the last note of a set ? A side order of iced water would also be nice.
On a more positive note, thumbs up to Bose for designing and making available
in the first place, the Tonematch, . Its a tremendous piece of kit AND worth every penny.
My original feature request still stands though.
I use all my channels BUT for my guitar channel, I'm swapping guitars every song. The guitars are quite different, different pickups (magnetic, piezo, resonator etc) - having a channel that I could save presets into, of all my guitars - would just be heaven.
Every time I change guitar, I could dial up the specific preset for that guitar (from a bank/list of "my guitars").
Currently, I'm using all the available user preset scenes - each one has channels 1,2 and 3 all set to exactly the same thing. Only channel 4/5 has different settings in each scene.
Every time I change a guitar, I have to change scene (ridiculous !). If I have to edit a mic/instrument in any of the other channels, I actually have to make the same changes on ALL of the scenes for that channel. More confusing and complicated than it needs to be.
No new buttons or inputs required - just changing the software a bit ? Possible ?
Many thanks for listening.
I did put a nice compliment first !!!
I often find myself in the same situation as snakehips, and heartily agree with both the level of satisfaction with the Tonematch and the desire for the ability to dial up user presets for one channel.
My wife and I switch between Celtic harp, penny whistle, vocals, frame drum and couple of different guitars... often switching only one instrument on one input from song to song. This feature would be a huge plus, and as pointed out, would require only software modification.
The cappuccino would certainly be nice, and I do love the Tonematch as is, but the above would be a huge benefit.
Something Cheap: Metranome
Something Expensive: Feedback elimination combined with global auto EQ, something along the lines of a DBX Driverack PA.
I would like the ability to replace one of the existing effect catagories (say, para eq or reverb) with overdrive/distortion. I would even be willing to purchase a software upgrade for this feature. As all the available T1 effects are great, I would bet that Bose would produce a top-notch distortion. I could then get rid of my floor pedals, which are a pain (for me) to use, anyway. I would purchase an additional T1 just for my guitar.
A midi in so we can change fx presets quicker via midi footpedal. Live performance looks awkward when you have to fiddle with the equipment too much.
And of course stereo operation would be great too.
expand all of the base presets available for the T1 to include all of the expanded presets too. That would allow us to 1) have all presets available for ease of working with them so we don't have to load/unload them just to try them. 2)keep the preset banks available for specific presets we want to load.
6 piece band
3 M1L1 w/ T1s
6 B1s. 4 for vdrums and Bass
Roland TD-20X Vdrums
Another Preset (in the Utility category) which is a LowPass ... preferably one where the cutoff is tuneable, but (if not) at least one which matches the Compact. That would make it really easy to had a lower-range sub-woofer to the Compact.
Perhaps a related question: what are the zEQ ranges for the 5k lowpass in the Utility Presets?
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