Tip: Normalize Patch Volumes

Normalizing the volume between patches can be somewhat tricky but it is vital for live performances. The easiest method is to use the meters in a DAW or invest in a small mixer with meter lights to help you set the volumes evenly between patches.

Get your patch sounding the way you want it, and as the last step use this process to set it’s volume equal to your other patches typically by adjusting the output level on the output block or adjusting the output on the cabinet as these shouldn’t affect the overall sound of your patch.

One thought on “Tip: Normalize Patch Volumes

  1. To normalize my patches which has always been a challenge I downloaded an app on my phone called sound meter place it appox a meter from my frfr monitor and adjust my channel output on the amp. Works like a charm.

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