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Patch Database - M13 Stompbox modeler patches 2.0 enabled... 04-05-2010 Comments (0)



A new service has been enabled at Vettaville.nl. M13 Stompbox modeler patches can be uploaded, printed and shared with your fellow musicians or for your own storage of settings. The database is now upgraded to hold all templates for the v. 2.0 version of M13

Vettaville.nl holds a database for all products that are not CustomTone enabled. Or in other words those Line 6 products that can save your own patches but they can not be exchange via MIDI or USB. Products like the Spider Series, Low-Down Bass Amps, Spider Valve, DL-4 and now M13 Stompbox modeler etc.

The new database offers:
  • Viewing of knob settings for all or selected patches in the database
  • Printing of knob settings for all or selected patches in the database
  • Selecting patches for music types
  • Upload and save strorage of personal patches
  • Look and feel of the amp or stompbox panel lay-out
  • Free use of the database
The use of the database is free however you need to have a free account to be able to upload your own entries. These entries will give you an extra savehaven for your settings in case you have a rentalamp or you're with a friend and forgot to write down your settings. In these cases you just visit vettaville.nl and have that extra back-up that's always available wherever there's an internet connection at hand.

The first patches that are uploaded are the factory patches of the LowDown amps, but all other areas are already enabled for upload of your own patches. You can log in for free here.

How to use the Patch Database
To use the database select patch Database in the Patches Menu. Then you can choose what Stompbox- or Amp-type you need viewing of patches for. Select it and click next. Now all patches for the selected geartype will be visible.

Selecting Patches
If you want to make a slection of the selection use the upright box that says all and open it. Now select the music type that you want the patches for and only those that meet the selection will be visible.

Printing Patches
If you want to print out some patches, just move your mouse to the liitle square box on the right of the patch and click your left mouseknob. It will show a little v-mark to select the patch for printing or export to a .pdf that you can upload to most mobile phones or save on your own computer. Select as many as you want and click print. Follow to the steps of your own printer to print them.

Patches for M13 stompbox modeler are printed in black/white at request to save toner or inkt and will save your inkt or toner...

Uploading Patches
To upload patches you need to be logged in. You can log in for free here.After the correct login you'll be re-directed to the latest news page. If you're see a blank page appear, that means that you're not logged in.

If you want to upload patches you need to select the Upload Patches link from the downloads menu under Patches > Upload Patches. Here's a re-direct link.

Short Steps.

1. Log-In
2. When you're logged in go the upload patches page and click on "add a new patch"
3. Select the product where you want to upload a patch for by clicking the approriate add button.
Fill out the info presented and turn the amp knobs to their desired position. When all are in the right position press save or next. Now your patch is saved.


Uploading Patches for M13 Stompbox Modeler
To upload patches you need to be logged in. You can log in for free here.After the correct login you'll be re-directed to the latest news page. If you're see a blank page appear, that means that you're not logged in.

If you want to upload patches you need to select the Upload Patches link from the downloads menu under Patches > Upload Patches. Here's a re-direct link.


Not 13  Steps.

1. Log-In
2. When you're logged in go the upload patches page and click on "add a new patch"
3.Press the M13 Stompbox Modeler "add" button.
Fill out the desired Scenename and add commentinfo that you feel is approriate for the scene you're going to upload the parameters for. Now press save.
4. Use the Pull down menu to select the desired stompbox grouptype and press "Choose stompbox grouptype"
5. Use the Pull down menu to select the desired stompbox type and press "Choose stompbox"
6. Fill out the parameters by using the + or - buttons, select the parameter from the pull downmenu or fill out the percentage in the white "0" square. Press save when you're done.
7. Use the Pull down menu under Column and Row to 'place' the stompbox on the scene grid.
8. Repeat Step 4 to 7 until your scene is completed

Source: vettaville.nl

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Patch Database - M13 Stompbox modeler patches enabled... 26-06-2009



A new service has been enabled at Vettaville.nl. M13 Stompbox modelr patches can be uploaded, printed and shared with your fellow musicians or for your own storage of settings.
Vettaville.nl holds a database for all products that are not CustomTone enabled. Or in other words those Line 6 products that can save your own patches but they can not be exchange via MIDI or USB. Products like the Spider Series, Low-Down Bass Amps, Spider Valve, DL-4 and now M13 Stompbox modeler etc.

The new database offers:
  • Viewing of knob settings for all or selected patches in the database
  • Printing of knob settings for all or selected patches in the database
  • Selecting patches for music types
  • Upload and save strorage of personal patches
  • Look and feel of the amp or stompbox panel lay-out
  • Free use of the database
The use of the database is free however you need to have a free account to be able to upload your own entries. These entries will give you an extra savehaven for your settings in case you have a rentalamp or you're with a friend and forgot to write down your settings. In these cases you just visit vettaville.nl and have that extra back-up that's always available wherever there's an internet connection at hand.

The first patches that are uploaded are the factory patches of the LowDown amps, but all other areas are already enabled for upload of your own patches. You can log in for free here.

How to use the Patch Database
To use the database select patch Database in the Patches Menu. Then you can choose what Stompbox- or Amp-type you need viewing of patches for. Select it and click next. Now all patches for the selected geartype will be visible.

Selecting Patches
If you want to make a slection of the selection use the upright box that says all and open it. Now select the music type that you want the patches for and only those that meet the selection will be visible.

Printing Patches
If you want to print out some patches, just move your mouse to the liitle square box on the right of the patch and click your left mouseknob. It will show a little v-mark to select the patch for printing or export to a .pdf that you can upload to most mobile phones or save on your own computer. Select as many as you want and click print. Follow to the steps of your own printer to print them.

Patches for M13 stompbox modeler are printed in black/white at request to save toner or inkt and will save your inkt or toner...

Uploading Patches
To upload patches you need to be logged in. You can log in for free here.After the correct login you'll be re-directed to the latest news page. If you're see a blank page appear, that means that you're not logged in.

If you want to upload patches you need to select the Upload Patches link from the downloads menu under Patches > Upload Patches. Here's a re-direct link.

Short Steps.

1. Log-In
2. When you're logged in go the upload patches page and click on "add a new patch"
3. Select the product where you want to upload a patch for by clicking the approriate add button.
Fill out the info presented and turn the amp knobs to their desired position. When all are in the right position press save or next. Now your patch is saved.


Uploading Patches for M13 Stompbox Modeler
To upload patches you need to be logged in. You can log in for free here.After the correct login you'll be re-directed to the latest news page. If you're see a blank page appear, that means that you're not logged in.

If you want to upload patches you need to select the Upload Patches link from the downloads menu under Patches > Upload Patches. Here's a re-direct link.


Not 13  Steps.

1. Log-In
2. When you're logged in go the upload patches page and click on "add a new patch"
3.Press the M13 Stompbox Modeler "add" button.
Fill out the desired Scenename and add commentinfo that you feel is approriate for the scene you're going to upload the parameters for. Now press save.
4. Use the Pull down menu to select the desired stompbox grouptype and press "Choose stompbox grouptype"
5. Use the Pull down menu to select the desired stompbox type and press "Choose stompbox"
6. Fill out the parameters by using the + or - buttons, select the parameter from the pull downmenu or fill out the percentage in the white "0" square. Press save when you're done.
7. Use the Pull down menu under Column and Row to 'place' the stompbox on the scene grid.
8. Repeat Step 4 to 7 until your scene is completed

Source: vettaville.nl

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Patch Database - Safe and Online Storage ... 18-06-2009

 

A new service has been enabled. Vettaville.nl holds a database for all products that are not CustomTone enabled. Or in other words those Line 6 products that can save your own patches but they can not be exchange via MIDI or USB. Products like the Spider Series, Low-Down Bass Amps, Spider Valve, DL-4, M13 Stompbox modeler etc.

The new database offers:
  • Viewing of knob settings for all or selected patches in the database
  • Printing of knob settings for all or selected patches in the database
  • Selecting patches for music types
  • Upload and save strorage of personal patches
  • Look and feel of the amp or stompbox panel lay-out
  • Free use of the database
The use of the database is free however you need to have a free account to be able to upload your own entries. These entries will give you an extra savehaven for your settings in case you have a rentalamp or you're with a friend and forgot to write down your settings. In these cases you just visit vettaville.nl and have that extra back-up that's always available wherever there's an internet connection at hand.

The first patches that are uploaded are the factory patches of the LowDown amps, but all other areas are already enabled for upload of your own patches. You can log in for free here.

How to use the Patch Database
To use the database select patch Database in the Patches Menu. Then you can choose what Stompbox- or Amp-type you need viewing of patches for. Select it and click next. Now all patches for the selected geartype will be visible.

Selecting Patches
If you want to make a slection of the selection use the upright box that says all and open it. Now select the music type that you want the patches for and only those that meet the selection will be visible.

Printing Patches
If you want to print out some patches, just move your mouse to the liitle square box on the right of the patch and click your left mouseknob. It will show a little v-mark to select the patch for printing or export to a .pdf that you can upload to most mobile phones or save on your own computer. Select as many as you want and click print. Follow to the steps of your own printer to print them.

Patches for M13 stompbox modeler are printed in black/white at request to save toner or inkt and will save your inkt or toner...

Uploading Patches
To upload patches you need to be logged in. You can log in for free here. After the correct login you'll be re-directed to the latest news page. If you're see a blank page appear, that means that you're not logged in.

If you want to upload patches you need to select the Upload Patches link from the downloads menu under Patches > Upload Patches. Here's a re-direct link.

Short Steps.

1. Log-In
2. When you're logged in go the upload patches page and click on "add a new patch"
3. Select the product where you want to upload a patch for by clicking the approriate add button.
Fill out the info presented and turn the amp knobs to their desired position. When all are in the right position press save or next. Now your patch is saved.


Uploading Patches for M13 Stompbox Modeler
To upload patches you need to be logged in. You can log in for free here.After the correct login you'll be re-directed to the latest news page. If you're see a blank page appear, that means that you're not logged in.

If you want to upload patches you need to select the Upload Patches link from the downloads menu under Patches > Upload Patches. Here's a re-direct link.


Not 13  Steps.

1. Log-In
2. When you're logged in go the upload patches page and click on "add a new patch"
3.Press the M13 Stompbox Modeler "add" button.
Fill out the desired Scenename and add commentinfo that you feel is approriate for the scene you're going to upload the parameters for. Now press save.
4. Use the Pull down menu to select the desired stompbox grouptype and press "Choose stompbox grouptype"
5. Use the Pull down menu to select the desired stompbox type and press "Choose stompbox"
6. Fill out the parameters by using the + or - buttons, select the parameter from the pull downmenu or fill out the percentage in the white "0" square. Press save when you're done.
7. Use the Pull down menu under Column and Row to 'place' the stompbox on the scene grid.
8. Repeat Step 4 to 7 until your scene is completed


Source: vettaville.nl

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Patches - Bundle Barn - PODxt - Antti Loponen Bundles... 14-04-2007

Bundle Barnpodxt

A new bundle to download, actually two. They've been created by the respected Antti Loponen and are already used by many, or regarded as a very good starting point for adjustment for your own creations. Feel free to thank him for sharing and feedback. Here's what he says about the bundles:

"So, two bundles for one, huh? One is made almost completely without the model packs, save for some banks at the end with FX Junkie effects (for the XT Live users out there). The other uses also the Collector Classics and Metal Shop amp models, as well as lots of FX Junkiestuff.

Both bundles start with basic amp model patches, but keep in mind that each patch has a designated stomp, modulation and delay, so stomp away and find more sounds. It goes on to diverse effect patches, even passing by some artist setups to end up with very non-guitar sound fx.
Phil's AcoElectric and Broken Wash aren't obviously my patches, but must-haves in any bundle. Have fun and send your feedback here"

Source: Antti Loponen / vettaville.nl

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Patches - Bundle Barn - Let's Swap and Share Bundles... 27-01-2007

Bundle Barnpodxt

Since the Channel 6 Forum has changed and a popular thread has been converted, here's the bundles from the Let's Share Swap / Bundles thread for future reference. Thanks go out to all creators. Vettaville.nl simply supplies a space for the download. New Bundels may be added at a later time.

For Guitar Port Users http://www.fohtech.com/music/SyntaxSinner.gpt

For Line 6 Edit Users http://www.fohtech.com/music/SyntaxSinner.l6t

For Line 6 Edit Users http://www.fohtech.com/music/SyntaxSinner.l6b

Here is "aaron aardvark" Bundle As Of 11/26/2006 http://www.fohtech.com/music/PODxtBundle-Oct8-05.gpt

Here is Full Nelsons Bundle As Of 11/27/2006 http://www.fohtech.com/music/OakwoodPodBundle.l6b

Here is Steves Bundle As Of 11/27/2006 http://www.fohtech.com/music/stevesbundle.l6b

Here is Fremens Bundle As Of 11/29/2006 http://www.fohtech.com/music/TDR_09-01-2006.l6t

Here is AZ’s bundle As Of 12/2/2006 http://www.fohtech.com/music/1AtomicPODxtBundle-v201-09-11-2005.gpt

Here Is Antti Loponen As Of 4/4/2006 http://www.fohtech.com/music/AnttiLoponen.l6b

Here is Angel1973 bundle As Of 4/17/2006 http://www.fohtech.com/music/FenderBundle.gpt

Here Is XII X XVIII bundle As Of 4/19/2006 http://www.fohtech.com/music/XII_X_XVIII_bundle.l6b

Here Is Jim AC's Bundle http://www.fohtech

Source: various sources / vettaville.nl

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Patches - Bundle Barn - KC's POD xt Bundle... 10-01-2007

Bundle Barnpodxt

KC Koch made some patches to share with his PODxt (SW 2.14) and Variax. All patches are optimized for use with the Roland KC-300 full range Keyboard amp. So this is definitly a different bundle.

He also included the Variax Bundle as a seperate download but used in conjuction with the PODxt Bundle. Feel free to check out his site for more info.

Source: KC Koch / vettaville.nl

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Patches - Bundle Barn - PODxt - Rob Tognoni Bundle... 25-11-2006

Bundle Barnpodxt

Rob Tognoni is well respected professional musician and uses the Line 6 PODxt for recordings and performance of his Power Blues, Rock. He's sharing his PODxt bundle for all to download and has some MP3's up on his website, together with the patches. In this way go even get a better understanding on what tones you're getting for free. Way to go Rob! So if you're getting ready to rock, check out this bundle..

Source: Rob Tognoni / vettaville.nl

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Patches - Bundle Barn - Atomic - POD xt Bundle... 22-11-2006

Bundle Barnatomic amps patches

We've always treasered the tone craftmanship of Andy Z, the webmaster of The Institute of Noise Forum. He's also a recording enigineer and a hell of a guitarplayer. With his background and ears he makes quality patches that are up at his ION patch database and some of them are at Vettaville.nl as bundles.

He retweaked some patches for use with the Atomic 112 amp as a result of the PODxt V 3.01 upgrade. If you want just grab, unzip and upload them to your PODxt. If you 'see' Andy over at ION be sure to thank him.

Source: Andy Z / vettaville.nl

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Patches - Bundle Barn - Workbench Patch Creativity Bundle... 14-11-2006

Bundle BarnVariax Workbench

Recently we uploaded a small video of the a Strat and Tele sound achieved with the creative use of the Workbench program. In the Bundle that was created there are different guitars created, in a different way. Don't be fooled by what you see when you look at the Workbench program but listen...

The Bundle was created by Ron Huisen, Line 6's productspecialist, and he offered it to Vettaville.nl for further worldwide distribution. So when you see him, be sure to thank him! There will be other clips of the some of the other guitars inside the bundle soon.

Do something nice and compare this bundle with the factory bundle, soundwise... Have fun and a good weekend. This clip was taken during the Line 6 User Group Meeting in Germany, earlier this month. Don't get distracted by what you see..., listen...

Source: Line 6 / vettaville.nl

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Patches - Bundle Barn - The Barn is open... 12-11-2006

Bundle Barn

Many Line 6 gear users have been making patches and swapping them around for personal use. Creating patches and adjusting them to your own standard of quality involves creating, altering, listening, adjusting etc. As an extended service, Vettaville.nl offers a place to have those bundles in one place with some additional info on the contents of the bundle.

The purpose of the Bundle Barn is to have one place on the net where you can easily download these bundles and check them for yourself. Of course your musical preferences will also decide what kind of bundle(s) you are looking for. You can alter your own bundle or get new ideas from the downloaded bundle(s).

If a bundle is offered please include as much as info on what you made it with as you possible. What guitar was used, what Line 6 gear the bundle is made with, what softwareversion number, the general idea of the bundle, the kind of music that you generally play.

If the bundle is made with Variax Workbench you can do the same of course. Feel free to offer your bundle for upload here and sent it through the emaillink at the top of the page. Don't forget to get your name in that you want displayed here as a reference. The bundles are not altered or checked by vettaville.nl so use them and qualify for yourself

With this all being said... The Bundle Barn is now officially opened. So start sending in new bundles...

Source: vettaville.nl

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Patches - Bundle Barn - PODxt - Class A Bundle... 12-11-2006

Bundle Barn

This is an “all A class bundle”, using Vox, Matchless, Line 6, Gibson... Each model has 6 patches, clean 1, clean 2, crunch 1, crunch 2, dist.1, dist2, plus 2 mods. And several “finished patches” (with fx).The fx are the same as in my fender bundle. The guitar used is a fender stratocaster s/s/h (seymour vintage/pearly gates)

Gear: podxt; Software version: V 3.01

General info: target is recording.

Made by: Angel Gorostiaga (aka angel1973)

Source: vettaville.nl

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