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  2. POD Go Edit is available now, but as with HX Edit, it won't really do anything unless you have POD Go connected.
  3. molul

    Helix 2.9

    Why don't you try sending an email to Line6 support to suggest this? I mean, it would certainly be more effective than complaining in a forum where no one from Line6 participates.
  4. Say you have Snapshot 1 set to bypass all effects and Snapshot 2 has them on. If you set Global Settings > Preferences > Snapshot Reselect to "Toggle," pressing Snapshot 2 repeatedly will toggle between it and the previous snapshot (Snapshot 1). One switch, toggling all effects.
  5. Just found this video also
  6. Global Settings>Ins/Outs>Mic In 48V Phantom
  7. Try this - I havent tried but a great question
  8. Any latency you're experiencing while trying to do real-time jamming via the internet is gonna be the fault of the internet connection itself... it's got nothing to do with Helix.
  9. And if not, you can always find the answer on TGP... ; ) lol
  10. I came across this thread via a search. I was having the same issue described here - sporadically, the sound cuts out when switching presets via HX Edit. Otherwise everything else appears to be working normally on the Stomp. There is just no sound coming out of either the headphone jack or main outs. Power cycling is the only thing that will resolve it. And yes I have the most recent version of HX Edit and HX Stomp firmware. The frustrating thing is that the issue seems completely random and intermittent. No particular preset or obvious sequence of actions triggers the loss of sound. I contacted support and was told to factory reset and reload presets one-by-one in case it was a faulty preset. I opted not to go that route yet. Instead, I tried switching USB ports. I had been using one of the USB2 ports (tower computer with multiple USB ports on the MoBo). I moved to one of the USB3 (USB2 backwards compatible) ports a couple of weeks ago which seems to have helped. Hard to tell if the issue has truly been resolved, but so far the Stomp has run perfectly ever since... and much longer than I was able to before. This has me thinking the issue may lie on the USB controller/driver side rather than with the Stomp. Just my $0.02 in case this helps anyone trying to troubleshoot the same issue.
  11. RTFM is a way of life. If it's not in the manual the correct order for solving a problem is Google->Experiment->THEN ASK THE FORUM.
  12. spikey

    Helix 2.9

    Fair enough molul, but if they have the spare time enough to post over there... This place is either worthy of that same information, or it isn't. Looks like it isn't, and I don't understand why that is. I am not blaming the devs (I am their bosses) for anything they are doing except that part of not adding us in the loop here too. We are customers of Line-6 products, just like those over at TGP. They (Line-6) work to make money as the rest of us do, and yes that benefits us. OTOH supporting this site doesn't give you cancer or take more than a minute to copy and paste to include the information here. So why do I feel I am I the only one wanting to get this here? I'm not trying to suggest they do anything they are not doing now, I'm just want us "added in" that loop! And we are not "in the loop" ATM. So Is that so awful? If I have a point as you stated, then is it that I hold on like a Bulldog when right and it comes off too anal for some here to swallow? Cause if thats it, then I understand completely and apologies for my analisty. But if you are backing the actions of a few for not not posting Helix updates here (because they have a choice) while that same information gets posted elsewhere (because they made a choice to post it over there), then my anal ways and me totally disagree with that choice and mindset. Peace brother ; )
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  14. It is not physically possible. The latency is due to IP traffic, not the helix. The best you can do is collaborate on recordings by putting your project in the cloud, but you could only lay tracks one at a time, not together.
  15. An interesting way to get benefit from dual amps in a mono signal: put one of the amp paths behind a really short delay, with one repeat and at 100% mix, so none of the unaffected signal gets through. It helps separate the two paths in a way that comes naturally with stereo output. Good luck!
  16. molul

    Helix 2.9

    Again, that's not the employees fault, but if anything, Line 6's marketing dept fault. If you feel they should have a person in the forum to communicate on a daily/weekly/monthly basis, you can contact Line 6 and leave the suggestion with some reasoning. I mean, you have a point, but I disagree that the devs are to blame for this. They deserve to do what they want on their spare time. They work to bring you the cool software in your Helix, not anything else :-/
  17. Agree 100%. A discrete mixer is the right way to go, and an integrated mixer is outside the scope of the Helix mission.
  18. I have a feeling this is going to be the answer... honestly a compact mixer is so handy in so many situations, everyone should have one and I don't blame L6 or any other company for not including one in every single piece of gear.
  19. spikey

    Helix 2.9

    Love you too Silver! ; )
  20. spikey

    Helix 2.9

    Yes I get that, bring in new business and make more money for Line-6 !!! Sascha. NO issues as that is what a company should be doing, esp now. But err what about the "old" money spent folks? I don't mind D.I. or anyone else from Line-6 posting new information about Helix over there, BUT POST IT OVER HERE TOO! How hard is that? Elsewise what the point of this place, really? Too just lollipop (which Im good at BTW ; ) ) not getting any info here? LOL. I have better things to do than that believe it or not, and guess I should be doin them, and so do you. Peace brother!
  21. SaschaFranck

    Helix 2.9

    Fwiw, one of the reasons why they're doing that would very likely be that they're getting plenty of attention from non-Line6-product-owners, whereas over here it's almost exclusively folks who already bought some stuff, so there's not much new customers to attract. It's why they're praised for their outstanding support, too. And fwiw, they're doing *direct* support work there, so I don't exactly (or at least not completely) buy the "we're doing it in our spare time" thing. But each to their own. However, considering their very own forums, Line 6 support is abysmally bad.
  22. Rocco_Crocco

    Helix 2.9

    WHY DOESN'T EVERYONE DO EXACTLY WHAT I WANT!
  23. silverhead

    Helix 2.9

    Yes - for user-to-user technical support and discussion. Here's a snip of the first paragraph of Line 6 Tony's pinned post at the top of this page: Welcome to the Line 6 Forums Hello, Line 6ers. We are pleased to announce the latest incarnation of our community support forums. Feel free to explore and post threads. Our forums are here so that our community members will continue to help one another, partake in respectful, thought-provoking debates and conversations, and forge great relationships. Doesn't say anything about Line 6 staff or their contributions in the form of general product information and announcements. However I do expect that youi'll get a personal acknowledgement and accolades when a tuner is included in HX Edit. :-)
  24. spikey

    Helix 2.9

    First Im a D1ck and now Im a "buddy"? Good I prefer buddy. ; ) No it's not up to us, but it should be up to "them" at Line-6 to support their own forum. One reason, because D.I. works and rides for the brand (or should) for Line-6. This is the "Official" Line-6 forum, is it not? If it is, they why does the new information on Helix get posted over at TGP first? Yea, that's caused a burr under my saddle for a while and its the "ONLY" thing I hold againts D.I.- nothing else. Im sure he couldnt give a rats @ but thats the whole point I'm making here. Why? Either you support the official forum for the Company you work for, or you don't. Your choice I guess, but not doing so doesn't make it right for the users here. I don't blame D.I. for not giving out info he can not release, but I do blame him for ignoring this place and posting that information elsewhere 1st. Thats basically it, plain and simple. If that is fine with most here then I guess Im just a d1ck as you suggested ; ), OTOH I support the forum and think HE should too.
  25. Yes, that's exactly it. And, as it turns out, the amplifier for the headphone jack has very little headroom, anyway, so I'm probably going to use a mixer, instead. Here are the configurations I'm considering. +-------+ +-------+ | |>>> USB >>>> PC DAW Stereo Audio out ===>| | guitar --->| helix | | Mixer |====> Headphones | |=== LXR Stereo (two LXR cables) ========>| | +-------+ +-------+ ALTERNATIVELY +-------+ +-------+ | | PC Stereo Audio out ===>| |>>> USB >>> PC DAW guitar --->| helix | | Mixer | | |=== LXR Stereo (two LXR cables) ========>| |====> Headphones +-------+ +-------+
  26. gunpointmetal

    Helix 2.9

    Whoa buddy, lol, there's nothing to prove. There's no requirement for them to engage with ANYONE via forum/social media. They're posting as fellow gear nerds that happen to work or a gear company. I'd prefer if they're making announcements prior to official release that they do it here, but that's not up to me, or you, or anybody. If you feel shafted by the staff, there are lots of other products on the market from smaller companies where the company owner will gladly be a d1ck about stuff on his own forum. If this is how you react every time someone does post over here, I'd stay gone if I was them, too. TGP is garbage, but its all respect and atta-boys for these guys over there, so why wouldn't they prefer to interact there....
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