GeneratorX can be run in standalone mode, which means you can run desired programs without connecting to a computer. Follow these steps to load programs into GeneratorX:
Firstly, you need to choose one Shell (Empty) Preset under Presets tab based on your needs. In this example, l will choose the Spooky2 Remote Killing preset.
Then, go to the Programs tab and double click or click the “+” button on the programs you want to load. You will see these programs have been added into “Loaded Program” in the lower-left corner. Before you proceed to the next step, check again whether these programs are exactly what you want.
Go to the Control tab, select “Overwrite Generator”. Choose either of the two generators on your GeneratorX. It does not matter if you select generator #1 or generator #2. They both share the same programs. In this example, l will choose generator #4.
The total frequency count is shown in the Step field. GeneratorX can load up to 200 frequencies per program in offline mode. If more frequencies are chosen, only the first 200 will be loaded into the generator.
Finally, select Load GX.
You will see a new window pop up. Below “New Program Name”, give the new program a name so that you can remind yourself of it. If not, it will automatically combine all your program names as titles.
Double click on the location you want the program to be stored. You can overwrite an existing program if you like. There are 30 locations which you can store your programs. However, all of these programs should be within the limits of 200 frequencies. Here, l will place them in Location 01.
If you want to clear a location, choose it, and press the Delete/Broom button before saving.
If you do not choose to save to a specific location, the program will be appended to the existing programs.
Now press Save. The “Load Generator box” will close, and the program changes will be sent to your GeneratorX.
There are some points you need to notice:
- Each program is limited to 200 frequencies. Inside one program, each frequency will be using the same waveform, amplitude, offset and duration (dwell).
- If you want to run a sweep, make colloidal silver or biofeedback scan, you should keep your computer connected.
- The Out 2 signal will be the inverse of Out 1. You cannot use Out 2 for modulation with Spooky2 Central or Spooky2 Plasma. However, special presets are available which allow these machines to run using Out 1.
- When you are connecting Plasma to a standalone GeneratorX, it works well for frequencies over 100,000 Hz. For lower frequencies, they get promoted to a harmonic over 100 kHz. Therefore, it is better to use online GX for plasma if you have frequencies under 100 kHz.
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