Dragonfly Hall Reverb does not commit to my saved preset.
Not sure if it is a Dragonfly only behaviour or if it´s true to other plugins as well.
How to reproduce
- Create a short hall reverb preset and save it
- Save the pedalboard in question.
- Turn off the MOD Dwarf
- Turn it back on.
You will hear that the sounding reverb it is not the one saved as a preset.
I expect that when turning on the unit the dwarf returns to its last on state or last saved pedalboard.
Unit: MOD Dwarf
Build Date: 2023 Jan 17 13:33:35
OS Version: 126.96.36.19909
Also provide some information about your system if possible.
- Operating system: Windows
- System version: Windows 10
I’ve recorded a short video explaining the odd behaviour of the plugin because I think it’s easier to describe it this way.
Dragonfly Hall Reverb does not commit to saved preset
@rogeriocouto do you have the plugin updated to the latest version?
I did some other tests and behavior is consistent with other large hall factory preset.
It seems to be related to the “decay”.
- created a simple pedalboard with only the Dragonfly Hall Reverb.
Bug report test DRAGONFLY HALL REVERB - MOD Devices
- Selected the “Large Bright Hall” on the factory preset list and “saved as” with no changes on the settings.
Everything is ok but…
- If I go to user preset list and click on the preset that I just saved, the sound changes to what seems to be a much shorter decay setting but with no visual changes on the GUI.
This is a very odd behaviour that makes the plugin unusable due to this inconsistency.
I did a quick test, and I can confirm that I am also getting the same issue here.
After some more testing:
-when switching from factory large bright hall preset to the user-saved identical preset, we get the unexpected sound change
-when switching from another factory preset to the user-saved large bright hall preset, it does sound like it should
So seems like only switching from a factory preset to an identical user copy causes issues. Were you able to trigger the behavior in other cases too @rogeriocouto ?
NO. You can change some settings and save the preset and have the same issue.
Just tried changing and saving the decay to a longer setting (3.80s) and the issue remains.
It seems to save correctly but when you click on the saved preset once more the decay drops to about 1.5s I think.
Thanks for the quick reply, I can confirm I get the same here, we will have to do a bit of investigation to understand what is going on. Either me or someone else from the MOD team will report back when we made some progress.