Hi everyone, I have been playing around a bit with Tonelib GFX and I've noticed something strange while trying out the clean sounds in it. It seems that no matter what kind of clean preset I'm using, there's always some kind of very high end "fizziness" or distortion. I'm using Reaper and I've tried to put an equalizer before tonelib and just keeping a flat curve and only pulling down the level so that the signal in to tonelib is weaker but it still seems to be there. If it helps, I'm looking for this kind of clean sound that you get when you have a pushed amp with very high head room (I don't know how to explain it better). But everytime when I try to get that I only get the strange, digital/fizzy clipping. I found this thread while searching the forum: https://tonelib.net/forums/threads/tonelibgfx-omg.4853/page-2#post-6884 And they talked about it being sensitive for input levels, but even if I try to lower the input it doesn't seem to have the effect I was hoping for. Is there some effects in the vst that can produce this? (some very wet reverbs in my Yamaha THR10 can sometimes produce similar fizzy effects...) Oh, and I'm using a guitar with passive 'buckers, going in through instrument level on my Scarlett Solo and straight to Reaper.