The premise of super-edit mode is that you get to edit the factory patches. It was a way for developers and beta testers to create presets. We decided to leave it in as a bonus.
Here is an overview:
Once you get into super edit mode (hold performance 2 while plugging in the unit), the display should show a “1” indicating patch 1, and the performance 1 button will be lit. In super edit mode, the knobs and buttons act differently than in normal mode:
- Patch = Same as usual
- Tweak X = Low Level Parameter ID
- Tweak Y = Value of Low Level Parameter
- Mix = Same as usual.
The super edit mode document that you will find at the bottom, has a list of all the internal low level parameters that make up a patch. For example, here are the parameters for the transducer function:
- Transducer Style 65
- Transducer Routing 66
- Transducer Distortion Amount 67
- Transducer PreGain 68
- Transducer PostGain 69
- Transducer Low Cut 70
- Transducer High Cut 71
- Transducer Distortion Type 72
How to change settings:
- Select the patch you want to edit with the patch knob.
- Use the Tweak X knob to select the parameter you want to edit.
- Adjust the value using Tweak Y. The value on the display will either be mapped from 0 to 99, or if it’s a small range, say the choice of a few transducer styles, it will show the style number 0, 1, 2, 3 etc.
- Store the patch by holding button 3.
Note: If you see the display flashing when you select a parameter ID, that means that the parameter is actually under “Tweak XY” control for the patch. That means editing it directly will have no effect, since the tweak x-y controls will overwrite it.
It might be easier to select the patch and parameter ID with the buttons:
- Performances 1 = Patch Down
- Performances 2 = Patch Up
- Performances 3 = Parameter ID Down
- Performances 4 = Parameter ID Up
Left Foot Switch = Paste Patch from Clip Board (see 'hold' left foot switch function below)
Right Foot Switch = Bypass (except when tap tempo is activated)
There are also a few useful things you can do by holding down buttons:
- Performances 1 = Zero All Mixers.
- Performances 2 = Zero all Sends and Centre Pans.
- Performances 3 = Store Patch.
- Performances 5 = Restore All Factory Patches (**you will lose all changes).
- Left Foot Switch = Copy Patch to Clip Board.
- Right Foot Switch = Engage/Disengage Tap Tempo Mode.
Cycle power to exit super edit mode.