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When the Eleven Rack changes patches, either via a PC message or the front-panel, send a user-definable series of MIDI sysex messages. This will allow for better integration with MIDI controllers (at least those capable of receiving sysex messages) to perform functions such as setting pedal indicators to match the patch's initial FX state and to display the patch's name on the floorboard.
The rig display (on the Eleven Rack front panel), if I've observed this correctly, shows all blocks after the cab as having a stereo signal path (the connections between blocks are displayed as a pair of lines). It'd be nice to have a quick visual indication of places where the signal path actually gets collapsed to mono, i.e. by an effect block that either can't pass a stereo signal or is configured not to pass a stereo ...more »
Add a multi-head tape delay like the Roland Space Echo. Yah, I know there's already a tape echo (nicely done, BTW), but there's something special about the Roland Space Echo.
The Chorus/Vibrato has controls that are active (or not) depending upon whether chorus or vibrato mode is selected. The knobs light up to indicate that a control is active. However, there's no change to the presentation on the LCD screen. This can be confusing: users wonder why the DEPTH control has no effect in chorus mode, for example. Since it's unusual to have a control that's disabled by mode, how about reinforcing ...more »
Just what the title says: a Fender Tweed Champ emulation.
If it'd make a difference, given the way that you're doing the emulation, add an option to unjumper the inputs of the Tweed Lux model. On the real 5E3, the volume control of the unused input interacts with the other controls to affect the tone and behavior of the amp.
Support the Roland FC300 MIDI foot controller. This provides a variety of ways to send PC and CC messages in response to foot switches, has an LCD display that can be used to show patch names and tuning info, and has two expression pedals with toe switches. Eleven Rack support for the FC300 would involve three separate tasks, any of which should be implementable independently of the others: 1. Provide an alternate ...more »
The 11R's spring reverb has the controls but not the sound of the classic Fender `63 (6G15 outboard) Reverb tank. According to Chris Townsend on DUC, the 11R's spring reverb was made "so that with the controls at 5.0 it most closely matched the sound of the Deluxe Reverb". This is good for the Deluxe Reverb, and good enough (IMO) for the Twin. But there's a range of behaviors in the 6G15 that can't be accessed via ...more »
It'd be nice to have a global clip indicator that appears when any of the monitored points (or at least the outputs) clips. This need only appear in the play (not edit) mode. It seems that there's enough space in all four play-mode screen that an clip icon could be flashed in the upper-right corner of the LCD. Alternatively, one of the lighted pushbuttons (I'd suggest the Edit/Back button, since it'll be normally orange ...more »
When controls are linked the expression pedal it's not possible to change the controls manually. This makes sense, since the next motion of the expression pedal would override the manual control setting. However, it'd be nice to have some visual indicator on controls that are linked to the expression pedal, if for no other reason than to reduce confusion when an attempt to manually set the control doesn't work. I'd ...more »
It seems that the Amp 1 and Amp 2 outputs, when assigned to Rig Output, automatically bind to the left and right rig outputs. In the event that I assign one of the amp outputs to an "upstream" location, say the Rig Input, it would be convenient to have the option (or even have it happen automatically) to get a summed mono feed from the other amp output when assigned to the Rig Output. Concrete example: Case 1: Amp ...more »
There's a noise at startup after the 11R completes its initialization. If this is caused by uninitialized data in the buffers, perhaps it'd be possible to zero those buffers as part of power-on initialization.