bonjour je me présente christopher , je viens d'acheter un marshall code 50 et je voudrais savoir si quelqu'un peux m'aider car je veux enregistrer le son de mon ampli pour pouvoir mettre mes enregistrements sur une clé usb par la suite et écouter si quelqu'un peux m'aider ce serais cool merci(christopher)
I have a nextbook tablet without bluetooth and i would like to know if the gateway app will also work with a USB connection? I do not have a cell phone to use with bluetooth.
If I want to plug my 100h into my PC via USB, does it still need a speaker load or can I use it without a cab connected?
Please delete my post from the 28th about usb recording and an asio driver. I know why you won't make a driver now. Someone answered my question, so there is no reason to keep the post alive.
Why in the world would Marshall advertise right on their site for the code amps that you can record the code amp into your DAW, but not provide an asio driver? This is false advertising. Yes there is asio4all, it is not for a Marshall per se, and it doesn't work real well, it only records at 48khz, most daws will go to 96k, if not all the way to 192K? What gives Marshall? Plase put out an Asio driver for this otherwise great product. please. It can't be that hard if you can write the"code" for this amp. You are relly missing the boat here guys
I purchased a Marshall CODE 100H + 212 Cab recently.
I downloaded the Marshall Gateway app and have created a My Marshall account.
The Amp came pre-loadedwith a 100 presets.
The Marshall Gateway app also came pre-loaded with 100 presets,
but the Gateway app presets are different from the ones in the amp.
I synced the 100 presets in the Gateway app to my "My Marshall" account Library.
I have edited and saved some of the Presets on my Amp.
I want to transfer the edited Presets on my Amp to my "My Marshall" account Library, and then put them in my Gateway app,
How do I Transfer a Preset FROM my CODE Amp to my "My Marshall" account Library?
I see the option to transfer a Preset from My Library to the Amp,
and I understand how to manage / organize the Gateway app presets from the Library,
but I don't see a way to put a Preset on the Amp in the Library.
Do I have to manually re-create it in the Library?
The My Gateway online interface is great for managing / organizing the Gateway app presets from the Library.
It would be useful if there was as similar interface for managing / organizing the presets on the Amp, when connected via USB.
I can’t get the Code connected via usb to work any news on this nothing happens at all plugging in the usb and nothing in my DAW
Hello, I have acquired the CODE 25, really an excellent amplifier, very versatile and very good presets. My problem and please I hope you help me to resorve it, is that even though I can connect via Bluetooth, I can listen to my tracks ....... the big problem is that when I want to use the FX or presets it appears that there is no amplifier connected ... (either from my android phone or my Ipad I ... I do not understand what the problem is.) Secondly, when I want to install the MARSHALL FIRMWARE UPDATE UTILITY, to enter presets or update the ampli, does not recognize the connection.I request guidance to be able to make full use of such a beautiful tool for my music.I use Widows 10 and G. Chrome.For your attention, thank you very much
please help me! i've tried asio4all spend hours to try but always that anoying latency
I've got a (not very big) problem with recordnig music via USB. I use only clean sound, typical settings for my guitar equipped with 2x Wilkinson WVC humbuckers are:
preamp - DSL, gain - 2.0 (increasing gain over 2.5 makes sound NOT as clean, as I want it to be), volume - 10, B/M/T - 7/10/5, noise gate - 0.5
power amp - American, presence - 2, resonance - 6
I tried Audacity and Presonus Studio One, and in both cases recording level is about -20dB. Of course I can normalize volume in post processing to let's say -3dB and I still have quite satisfactory quality, but I loose this 17dB of signal/noise ratio.
Any suggestion how to increase USB output level?
Hi I think you misunderstood my question- I don't want to download, I want to save the settings I have tweaked in case my amp breaks and I need to re-download them later.
original question : Is it possible to upload and save presets via USB? How do I do it? (I don't have smartphone so cant use phone app).
Is it possible to upload and save presets via USB? How do I do it? (I don't have smartphone so cant use phone app).
Is it possible to control and make changes to the existing preloaded patches of the Code App via the USB port connected to a Windows 10 Laptop?
or the Marshall Gateway App works only with Android/iPhone via Bluetooth?
I connected my Code 50 to my laptop via bluetooth, but the my.marshall presets says "CODE not connected". I tried connecting via USB, but the amp has a goofy connector that standard USB cables do not connect to. Also - I can connect via the Gateway app on my phone, but the presets I add to My Library do not show up (even though it says that they have synced).
Hi, i have a Marshall Code 50. I tried to record with usb input but there is a lot of noise (interference) every 10-15-20 seconds (random).
I have high quality cable and a yamaha RGX A2. With the oldest firmware version it was noisier, now with the v1.41 is better but how can I fix?
Sorry for my english.
First of all I love the Code 100 amp, however, I purchased this to practice with but also to use in a duo for small pub and club gigs.
I have been using two amps for stereo mp3 backing tracks and 2 guitar amps plus a PA all DI'd into a small 8 track mixing desk using line out's from the amps.
The Code 100 unlike competitors amp modelling combo's doesn't have a line out, only headphones and USB (which also doesn't cater for ASIO as I use Cubase for our backing track recordings). Is this amp only a practice amp as the ads suggest it is powerfull enough to use in small gigs, but without a line out, the volume would have to be independantly changed manually rather than having everything in one place on the mixer as solo, duo and bands have done for many years.
Do you have a solution for this as do not want to have to send this back and go for an inferior competitors model as you feature tops in all the reviews. Seems like a big omission for giging musicians!!!
Or is there an upgrade planeed for those who need a line out for DI'ing to a desk to manage the total sound or for live recording, or is there something we could purchase that connects to the USB interface that could go to the mixing desk?
Can I record sound connecting my Ubuntu Linux 18.04 via USB cable?
I think the Ubuntu does not recognize Marshall Code 25 as a recording device. I tried without success. Can you help, please?
I recieved the usb cord for my Code 50 today but no matter what I do it says code not connected.
I even tried the pressing pre fx,mod,rev buttons while turning on the amp but it says code not connected on the amp and amessage comes up on my laptop that says driver not recognized
Hello, I would like to connect one of my PCs (OS linux) on a Marshall CODE 50 and take control via usb midi.
When I open /etc/dmmidi2 in read acces. Reading file char by char, I see information when I touch the buttons of the amp (PREFX, AMP, MOD, ...). I can find the information in CODE-Midi-Implementation-Chart-V2.1.pdf.
I usually get two or three bytes and cross it with the document.
But this frame is not in the form Start of Transmission> Header> Command> End of Transmission.
By against when I open /etc/dmmmidi2 in write access, I can not send any command.
After having turned on the amp, I sent the following sequence for RECALL PRESETS 05:
0xF0 0x00 0x21 0x15 0x7F 0x7F 0x7F 0x73 0x01 0x05 0xF7
or RECALL CURRENT SETTINGS:
0xF0 0x00 0x21 0x15 0x7F 0x7F 0x7F 0x72 0x01 0x00 0xF7
Start of Transmission> Header> Command> End of Transmission
This command does not seem to work. Is there an intermediary step?
Would it be possible to give me a typical sequence to the CODE or a document that will explain the procedure to operate (ON / OFF) one of the button (PREFX, AMP, MOD, ...) of the amp.
Thank you in advance.