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  2. Or just place a gain block in front of everything, and drop 3 or 4dBs when using the Les Paul, maybe more for super hot humbuckers. Works good for clean tones, and you dont need to create a dedicated preset. Second option, just roll down the LP volume pot a bit.... :P
  3. Thank You Datacommando, My question is since the board of the I/O have an issue if could be a problem the firmware 3.0 that i used for a while.
  4. That is is very discouraging... thanks
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  6. Hi Everyone. As we all have been in lock down, I have been wanting to ZOOM my band mates. Does Helix Floor work well as an interface for Zoom video's? And if so, do I need to Add a Mic Block to All my presets in order to communicate with my mates? Can anyone point me in the right direction as to the proper connections to do this. I am using Studio One 4, Windows 10 laptop and Helix Floor connected to ZOOM. Will this work for teaching guitar lessons? Thank You for your time. Be safe
  7. Hi Steve, Already replied to the exact same post in this thread. Cross posting is not usually a great idea, it gets confusing.
  8. Hi Steve, Yep - but if you check your posts from 1st and 3rd January 2021, you say that you did that without any change to the situation - no audio out. That v3.01 fix was entirely for what it stated - “severely corrupted audio output”, apparently so corrupted, your ears would bleed (slight exaggeration), but nasty, horrible corruption to the point where you would be happy not to be able to hear it. Looks like you need a repair - sadly, no way out of that one. Good luck.
  9. Hi everyone, The quote for the repair has just arrived ... they talk about replacing the I / O board at a cost of 217 euros with a time of 4/5 days. : huh: Unfortunately I'm out of warranty so nothing. But I found a post where Line6 talked about updating from 3.00 for possible audio problems D: Attention Helix/HX/Native Owners! Update to 3.01 ASAP! × Line6Tony By Line6Tony 12/04/2020 The Helix 3.01 firmware update addresses potential severely corrupted audio output. Due to this, we recommend updating your Helix family device as soon as possible. This issue may also be experienced on Helix Native, so please update to version 3.01 as soon as possible. Thank you.
  10. Hi everyone, The quote for the repair has just arrived ... they talk about replacing the I / O board at a cost of 217 euros with a time of 4/5 days. : huh: Unfortunately I'm out of warranty so nothing. But I found a post where Line6 talked about updating from 3.00 for possible audio problems D: Attention Helix/HX/Native Owners! Update to 3.01 ASAP! × Line6Tony By Line6Tony 12/04/2020 The Helix 3.01 firmware update addresses potential severely corrupted audio output. Due to this, we recommend updating your Helix family device as soon as possible. This issue may also be experienced on Helix Native, so please update to version 3.01 as soon as possible. Thank you.
  11. Run Licence Manager - does it detect UX2?
  12. You can be certain that current driver WON'T work with M1 Macs, seems to work with Intel Macs, though (I tested with my Intel iMac and Big Sur)
  13. I have just upgraded my Intel iMac from Cata to Big Sur and my UX2 continues to work, so does Pod Farm 2.59. Monkey does not work. Licence Manager works but does not show any add-ons I bought. Gitarzysta
  14. I can confirm UX1 and 2 work in Catalina and, provided you have an Intel Mac, in Big Sur - just upgraded from Catalina to BS and all seems ok
  15. Line6 Support just sucks, and these forums are left to users. What worked for me was to install both driver and latest version of License manager, and then, watch out the preferences window of Mac, under Security and privacy for give access to the system to every line6 request that appears that sometimes Mac does not notify you. and the press ALLOW. My license manager didn't see the ux2 and then I found that there was a block in preferences of my iMac pending to give permission. Once allowed, it appeared on the license manager list under my computer.
  16. The method I use for "do-it-all" stomp box patches is to divide the paths almost throughout. I have a divide as the first block, so 1A and 1B flow through to 2A and 2B before merging near the end. The divide and merge blocks are set to switch on each alternate snapshot, with all through 1A and 2A on odd numberered snapshots, and all through 1B and 2B on even numbered snapshots. Then I populate each of the 2 paths with similar blocks in respective positions, e.g. FuzzFace, EP Boost, Klon, Flanger in Path A, and Muff, KWB, TS808, Tremolo in Path B. Each pair of pedals is switched on and off by the same footswitch (marked on the scribble strip FuzzFace/Muff etc) but only the pedal that is in the active chain has any effect on the signal. I would generally use only Snapshots 1 and 2 (Paths A and B) for humbucking pickups, giving me 2 different ranges of 8 pedals. The snapshots for 3 and 4 are identical, but I have a 5db boost at the start to equalise the volume for single-coil pickups. Snapshots 5-8 are repeats of 1-4, but all the time based delays and modulations are set for dotted 8th instead of quarter note. With one guitar, 2 snapshots are all you need to get 2 ranges of 8 pedals - 16 in all. With carefull positioning, choice of pedals, and descriptive scribble strips, you can get a reasonably user friendly pedal board with 16 effects. How you make use of the other snapshots is up to you - I use them to equalise for different guitars and to give me more options for tap tempo with time based effects. If I am using amp emulations the 2 paths merge in front of the amp and cab combination, and I might also have reverb, EQ, compression, etc in this position, effecting both chains. You obviously can't have 16 effects at the same time, but you can choose complimentary combinations. You would rarely need a compressor and a wah at the same time, or 2 fuzz types, or a flanger and tremolo together, or a Klon and a Tube Screamer together. Snapshot 1 or 2 will get you in the ballpark for a range of 8 pedals, and you only have to click up one snapshot to get another complementary selection.
  17. Hi guys, My very first topic. :) I own my DT50 1x12 for quite some time now and i am still extremely happy with it. I haven't applied the firmware update and last weekend I decided to give it a go. So i ordered a couple of midi cables and i am going to try to do the update with my Presonus Audiobox iTwo. On this forum I found loads of great info about the firmware update, however I would like to be able to still use the original topologies. So a couple of questions: - will the original topologies still be in place after the firmware update? - is there a list with the midi settings for the original topologies? cheers, Armand
  18. If one knows to play guitar (there are ~120+ places with individual sounds), one has IMHO too the capacity to remind in which of the 4 scroll-stages which effects are; effectively, we already do that by reminding the content of the 2 or 3 presets' banks around the one preset we just use. And it's more easy for most to remind gear like pedals and amps and where they are than to identify cryptic names of presets and localize those. However, as you say, "unfortunately not available", so any further discussion or explanation is futile. Thank you too for the link, i will place there my request. Thank you all for your feedback, i appreciated it very much, and i can now stop the quest (and play guitar instead tonight). PS: If anybody has a better or alternative solution for to resolve the issue with the given possibilities (than the two proposed here), you are more than welcome to share it here, i would really appreciate.
  19. Turned the drive to 4.5 to 2.5, boosted the CH Vol to 10... all better now! Looks like I'll have to make a Princeton Patch just for the Lester and one for the Strat.
  20. Hi All, My Les Paul custom is seriously clipping my Princeton preset. Nothing special, just the Amp, some delay and reverb. Dist is off, it's definitely clipping, not "break-up" Any particular parameters I should look at?
  21. I just re-checked the Big Sur and M1 compatibility chart on Sweetwater. No further updates that I could see from Focusrite and the handfull of other vendors that were reporting partial compatibility on their class-compliant USB interfaces 10 days ago. However, there is one significant update out of the nearly 190 vendors that Sweetwater is tracking: RME now reports compatibility with M1 as well as big Sur on a number of their interfaces, including the Babyface Pro. No caveats like all the other manufacturers- they just indicate that everything works, period. Unless there are some gotchas in turns of things like sampling rate restrictions, this is the first music vendor to report full compatibility. This suggests to me that the timing issues with the M1 hardware may not be as difficult as it initially appeared. Hopefully, it also means that other manufacturers will soon follow RME's lead. Personally, I would still want to haunt the forums for a while to see if there are any issues before purchasing a nice shiny new RME interacing to use with an M1 Mac. RME is a terrific vendor, and their driver support has always been stellar. Still, I wouldn't want to buy a pricey new interface, and then discover that there were unreported glitches in audio applications...
  22. Hi everyone, MacBook Air M1 running Big Sur, the drivers are not working. I've tried installing and everything went through but when I connect I get the 'No devices connected.' message on the 'Line6 Audio MIDI Devices' window on mac's preferences menu. Here's a screenshot: Is there any procedure to follow in order to install this successfully? It sucks because it used to work on my Old Intel Mac. Thanks :)
  23. Just rewired a beat up old Ernie Ball VP JR volume pedal with a linear taper 25k pot. Put in a new string just for added fun. Its working perfectly with my Stomp, so I wired a little switch on the side for using the tuna when in Snapshot mode.
  24. Ok, so I see what you are talking about. The up down buttons could be set to either the next bank or to the next set of stomps.
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  26. You need to download and install HX Edit 3.0. This is a symptom of having the older version of HX Edit with the newer version of firmware.
  27. Good chance you have to install the ASIO drivers from line 6 first... I am using my v240 to record some tracks as I write this. Hope it helps.
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