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If you find the guide useful, consider donating as explained in the guide.
 
If you find the guide useful, consider donating as explained in the guide.
  
Yek also created simple presets on his Axe-Fx II XL to demonstrate the Drive models. [http://www.dropbox.com/s/a0doede64hoc3ay/Yeks_Drive_Models_Presets.zip Download them here.]
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Yek also created simple presets on his Axe-Fx II XL to demonstrate the Drive models. [http://www.dropbox.com/s/a0doede64hoc3ay/Yeks_Drive_Models_Presets.zip Download them here.]<BR>
 
If you have an Axe-Fx II Mk I or II, or AX8, use [[FracTool]] to convert the presets.
 
If you have an Axe-Fx II Mk I or II, or AX8, use [[FracTool]] to convert the presets.
  

Revision as of 08:55, 29 July 2017

The information on this page supplements the official manuals.

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Forum member Yek (Alexander van Engelen) describes Fractal Audio's Drive models in his Guide to the Fractal Audio Drive Models (PDF).

The guide was preceded by a series of threads on Fractal Audio's user forum. Forum member simviz assisted with assembling the contents of the threads into the guide. The guide is more complete than the forum threads and is updated periodically.

If you find the guide useful, consider donating as explained in the guide.

Yek also created simple presets on his Axe-Fx II XL to demonstrate the Drive models. Download them here.
If you have an Axe-Fx II Mk I or II, or AX8, use FracTool to convert the presets.

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