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Welcome to this wiki. These pages contain helpful hints, tips, descriptions, FAQs and other user contributed material for Fractal Audio Systems Axe-Fx Standard and Axe-Fx Ultra pre-amp/effects processors.

The compilation of resources and online manual in the Axe-Fx Wiki aim to expand on the official user manual provided by Fractal Audio Systems. You can help expand the Axe-Fx Wiki by creating a user account. It's easy to join and start contributing.

NOTE: this Wiki is focussed on the Axe-Fx Standard and Ultra. Go here for the Axe-Fx II wiki.


Random Tip
 Random Tip: The "boost switch" of an amp (which adds 12db of gain) may be enabled selecting the DRIVE control and pressing ENTER. This will toggle the state of the Boost switch. The text “BOOST” will appear under the control when the boost circuit is active. The boost switch adds 12db of gain to the amp simulation. This is useful to get more drive out the amp than it would normally have.

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