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AndyDang
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Need an advice on "Category selection" and "Real sound adjusting/tune" on T1 Tonematch

Hi

I 'm looking for an advice on how to set up/adjust/tune the sound on T1 Tonematch.

When I play music from the YOUTUBE of  my I-phone connected to the T1 Tonematch (channel 1 or 2),

 

-What is the "category selection" on the TONEMATCH should I select?.

-What are the best tune category selections should I have to setup and adjust.

 

Thank you in advance.

 

Andy

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Jeremy_U
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Re: Need an advice on "Category selection" and "Real sound adjusting/tune" on T1 Tonematch

Author Accepted Answer selected by AndyDang

Hello Andy,

 

The categories are designed specifically for instruments. However, you can either fully disable the effects if you just want a clean signal, or you can adjust each individual effect - this all really depends on what you are looking to achieve. 

 

Hope this helps.

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Jeremy_U
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Re: Need an advice on "Category selection" and "Real sound adjusting/tune" on T1 Tonematch

Author Accepted Answer selected by AndyDang

Hello Andy,

 

The categories are designed specifically for instruments. However, you can either fully disable the effects if you just want a clean signal, or you can adjust each individual effect - this all really depends on what you are looking to achieve. 

 

Hope this helps.

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