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Hi all, I'm having the same problem - Jammanager XT crashes on MacOS Catalina when opening, and there is no way to open the settings to disable 'check for firmware'. It crashes whether or not my JamMan Solo is plugged in to the computer.
Has anyone had success with opening the settings panel, or is the program crashing for you like it is for me?
I did have it working for a while, but it stopped working today for some reason. Possibly due to an update with Catalina? I'm using Jammanager 2.3.5.
The error I get when crashing is: "JamManagerXT quit unexpectedly while using the QtCore plug-in."
Also - is there ANY way to read the loops from my JamMan Solo without using the software?
Noise is a problem with all sort electric guitar stuff. It can be caused by a lot of things. Avoid cheap cables. If there is too much electromagnetic interference, you can try grounding your guitar cavities (pickups and potentiometers cavity) with cooper foil (look for tutorials in the Internet). If there is noise entering through the ac outlet, you can try a professional good quality line filter. In the meanwhile, try to set a little less gain in distortion tones, and increase a little bit of your noise gate threshold. You can consider changing single coil pickups for noiseless or humbuckers, which usually produce less noise. If you already use them and need to reduce more noise, you must try active pickups. A cheap possibility is to put a cover shield on your pickups, but I don't like this solution, since the pickup original tone would be lost.
the answer is a strong 'maybe' I would definitely give the folks at RMS support a call to see how that would work. It's not the proxy in and of itself. But, you might need to do a bit of custom config depending on how they are doing routing and how they have the domain setup with the proxy.
definitely a level 2 tech support question if you ask me.
Hmmm....not much traffic here.
Can someone suggest another forum on which to post?
48V Phantom power is just for the condenser microphones normally.