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Hi.
Does anybody have the Ashdown Superfly Editor programme on disc or in a form they could pass on to me?
My Windows XP went down & now I have a new computer with XP, but no Editor programme !!.
I know it is old tech. but I still find it useful.
Any help on this gratefully received.

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This seems to be what you are after...

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Thak bloodaxe ;)

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Thank you, sorry about the delay in answering.
I now have the prog. on my computer but though the Superfly is found by the computer the Editor cannot see it.
I cannot get I to go online. Anybody with ideas?

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I used to get no end of trouble with this. It's one of those situations where the order of connection is important. Try these variations:

1: Plug in Superfly, switch on, wait for Windows to recognise it & then launch the editor;
2: Launch the editor & then switch on the Superfly;
3: Plug in Superfly, switch on, [b]Reboot[/b], wait for Windows to recognise it & then launch the editor.

Hopefully one of them will work. Did you have the Superfly plugged in & switched on when you installed the editor? If not, uninstall the editor & give it a go - it may be that the editor needs to see the amp as part of the install process.

TBH I gave up with the editor. I didn't need the parametric option or the ability to tweak the compressor & I was disappointed that there didn't seem to be a way of bulk downloading the presets as a backup - you can do them singly, but that's a bit of a pain in the jacksie.

Pete.

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Always plug the Superfly directly into the computer. Whenever I plugged it in via a hub, it wasn't recognised. I suspect that this is because the software twangs the wires direct rather than actually using proper USB drivers.

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