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  1. HeadRush Pedalboard - Effect and Control List

    The HeadRush Pedalboard is packed with a diverse collection of guitar effects pedal emulations ready to be called into action at any time. To help you determine which pedal will work the best for you, this article contains descriptions and functions for each pedal.    Contents Wah Effects Distortion Effects Modulation Effects Reverb Effects Delay Effects EQ & Compressor Effects...
  2. Headrush FRFR-112 - Frequently Asked Questions

    The HeadRush FRFR-112 is a 2000-watt full-range, flat-response powered cabinet that perfectly complements your HeadRush Pedalboard (or any other multi-FX/amp modeler) to give you a realistic "amp-in-the-room" sound. You can also connect your HeadRush Pedalboard to 2 FRFR-112s in stereo to really make an impression! This article will answer popular questions about the features and functionality of the HeadRush FRFR-112...
  3. HeadRush Pedalboard - Tutorial Series

    In this video series, Mike Massions from HeadRush gives you a complete tour of the HeadRush pedalboard from basic functionality to more advanced setups like the four cable method. This series is the perfect way to get started with the Pedalboard and pick up some tricks along the way.    Contents The Basics Creating a Rig Advanced Rig Building Pedal...
  4. HeadRush Pedalboard - Exiting the firmware update mode and loading screen

    If your HeadRush Pedalboard ever gets stuck in 'loading' screen, here's a quick way to resolve this.  First, if your screen says loading, the unit is likely stuck waiting for an update.  We just need to snap it out of this mode so that it can boot normally again.   Power on the unit while holding down buttons 1, and 8...
  5. mac OS High Sierra 10.13 Support for HeadRush

    ? Whenever a new operating system is released, it is crucial to check the compatibility of your hardware and software before choosing to make the jump. Updates can quickly change how your system interacts with hardware, drivers, and software, potentially breaking existing compatibility. It's important to us that you have up to date information on product compatibility with the most...
  6. HeadRush Pedalboard - Downloading and Sharing Rigs with HeadRush Cloud

    In this video, we introduce you to HeadRush Cloud, the official HeadRush Pedalboard rig preset sharing and rating site. We cover signing up, browsing rigs by other users, and sharing your own custom rigs with the rest of the community. Contents Introduction Creating an Account and Navigating HeadRush Cloud Downloading Rigs Loading Rigs onto your HeadRush Sharing Rigs on the HeadRush...
  7. HeadRush Pedalboard - Direct Recording and Reamping with Ableton Live

    In this video for the HeadRush Pedalboard, we walk through installing the drivers, connecting the Pedalboard to your computer, and assigning the Pedalboard as an audio device for direct recording and reamping in Ableton Live.  Contents Introduction Driver Download and Installation (Windows only) HeadRush Pedalboard Setup Ableton Setup Preparing to Record Recording Direct and Effected Guitar Signals Reamping the Direct...
  8. What does it mean for a device to be 'plug-and-play' or 'class-compliant'?

    A class-compliant device (also known as plug-and-play) is one that doesn't require extra drivers to connect your Windows or Macintosh computer, or to your iPad. These devices use drivers which are built into the host (i.e. the computer or the iPad) operating system. If your device connects automatically to any computer without requiring you to install drivers from a website or a disk, it...
  9. HeadRush Pedalboard - Backing up Presets to your Computer

    The HeadRush pedalboard offers so many different combinations of amps, cabs, distortion and effects that you may want to make a few backups for later. This guide will discuss how to connect the HeadRush to your computer to backup presets and other data.    Contents Connecting and Transferring Presets Additional Guides & Videos Further Technical Support   Connecting and Transferring...
  10. Troubleshooting Class Compliant USB Devices

    Most USB audio and MIDI computer peripherals are "Class Compliant" devices. This means that to communicate with the computer, they use drivers that are built right into the host computer’s operating system. These drivers are written by Microsoft (or Apple for Mac OS X), and come pre-installed on all computers. In some cases, these devices may have trouble connecting due...

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