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  1. First, it's just plan unprofessional for Line 6 to just leave you hanging here for 6 months without even responding to your question. At one time, you question had a very simple answer. YES. In fact it says on the very top of the chart on your page where you see your add-ons : "This following should appear in all your Authorized devices that support the add-on." Whatever that means. I'm pretty sure that whoever wrote the sentence & never bothered to look at it again, meant to say, "The following should appear..." Which actually makes sense & means when you purchase add-ons they will show up in ALL of your devices that support those add-on types. POD Farm add-ons show up in all POD Farm type devices. HD add-ons show up in all HD type devices etc. I'm in total agreement with your choice of tools too. I bought a GuitarPort in 2005 when everyone I jammed with would ask WHAT is THAT? But all I had to do was fire up my laptop, plug my Bose 301 speakers into my laptop, pug my GuitarPort into a USB port, plug my guitar in to the GuitarPort & start GearBox (the software before PODFarm that looked a lot like Amp Farrn does these days) & play a few notes & watch everyone's mouth hang open in awe. Not from my playing. Just because I go from playing a Roland Jazz Chorus 120 & jump to Marshall Half stack with every kind of FX gizmo imaginable in a flash. A few years later I bought a StudioPort UX2 or a POD Studio UX2 (they look exactly the same except that one is black & the other is red. I have one of each) & I felt like I had a whole recording studio that I could bring anywhere & carry the whole thing myself. There are a crazy number of toys in there. Amps & amps & more amps. Every size & kind of speaker cab, FX for days. Compressors & over drives & a million presets to get things rolling. Just in case you ever come back & check this post or it sends you an email letting you know that somebody finally replied to your question after 43 years. I just couldn't take the fact that NO Body replied at all. Also, you may have found that your UX2 doesn't like Windows 10. I know mine doesn't or didn't. They both worked great in XP & Windows 7, but 10 has been a nightmare. I could go on & on, but I need to leave before they find out I'm gone & not in my cell at the institution.
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  2. OP has a bold vision, but seems to be having problems with lions and tigers and bears randomly popping out of the woodwork. I've done all I can, but I feel like I'm playing Whack-a-Mole, and it seems I've only succeeded at poking a hornet's nest. You can't win them all! But you CAN make the best of a bad situation by mixing as many metaphors as possible....
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  3. For old Workbench on a Mac, it will only go as high as Mac OS 10.8 Mountain Lion.
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  4. 700 is not a Standard, hey two different guitars. 700 is old Variax, the Standard is of a Yamaha Pacifica design that we make. I will move this into the correct topic location.
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  5. This is similar to my setup. Different pedals, but similar routing. Works just flawless.
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  6. Tremolo for a Variax 700 Electric won't fit in a Standard bridge. Workbench HD is compatible with Mac OS 10.11.6 El Capitan. - Disconnect any USB hub connected to the computer. - Make certain the interface is connected directly between guitar and computer. - Insert a fully charged battery into Variax battery compartment. - Insert a tip/ring/sleeve 1/4" headphone adapter into the 1/4" jack. - Once the relay clicks and both LED's are green, then you are ready to go.
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  7. I give up. This will be my final post. NONE of the "BUGS" that you are experiencing exist in ANY of my devices, including Helix Floor, HXS, mixers, computers, Audio Interfaces, eDrums, Synths, Powercab, other powered FRFR speakers or tube amps. It's possible that the third-world electrical system in your house has already damaged your devices. My final suggestions: 1) Get a proper electrician to check out your wiring and grounds. 2) Get the highest quality line conditioning equipment (UPS with AVR) that you can find. 3) Start over with your devices, as though they just arrived at your door. Re-flash the FW on all of them and DO NOT restrore from backup, start over. If you're able to verify (one device at a time) that there are no "BUGS" anymore, THEN restore ONLY the presets. DO NOT restore ANYTHING from your failed "LARGEST DIGITAL PEDALBOARD IN THE WORLD" project. Start over. 4) Remember K.I.S.S. Best of luck in your future endeavors.
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  8. It is definitely there in HX Edit 3.11(currently the latest HX Edit version), as @Pers and @datacommando pointed out. I would check under 'Help' --> 'About HX Edit' and ensure I was running HX Edit 3.11.
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  9. I like it. The only thing I might do different would be to use a send and return for the looper. That way you can control where the looper gets it input (where you put the loop and return block in your chain). Then, of course, you're faced with mono vs stereo sends for the delay and reverb.
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  10. Yes, level was also assigned to MIDI. Another baffling choice - a 1db range? Whatever. The tests ran all night, no problem. I'm looking at your most recent post and, again baffled as to what you're doing. I don't understand how you can control the wah parameters on the HXFX using EXP1 on the LT/Floor except via MIDI, and it looks like you've assigned the parameters to EXP1, NOT MIDI! That should only work with an External Expression pedal attached to the HXFX. You said you don't have that yet, so... I don't get it. Attach your 4 wah preset and your Floor preset that you're using to control it. Here's mine, it goes on the HXFX. Here's also the MIDI Control preset for the Floor (NOT for the LT - I use 10 stomp mode, be sure to change your Globals). Disregard the labels , the 4 left-most footswitches on the lower row (7-10) correspond to the 4 wahs. THU MIDI.hlx 4 Wah.hlx
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  11. I think you are a little confused. There are no 'B sub C' patch locations, only 4 patch locations on the Spider IV 30. Set your amp sound. Press and hold the A, B, C or D button. Release, press the same button again to confirm.
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  12. I'm using the Stomp for recording bass, the way I set it up is I'm using the g cougar 800 amp into 1x15 ampeg B-15 cab on the right channel as a parallell signal chain, on the left channel I'm using Ampeg SVT-brt into a 6x10 cali power cab, both with a compressor on the front of the amps. Then I'm using my source audio aftershock tweaked to sound as I want it into the return R and a clean DI into return L from a DI-box/preamp, this way I effectively get 4 separate tracks with different processing recorded simultaneously and I can then blend them to taste/mute the ones I'm not feeling I need when it comes mixtime. I've just set this up but the flexibility is massive in combination with only having to record 1 time and still have 4 sounds to choose from. I hope this will help me during mix stage and I'm quite certain it will, initial impressions are good. Something similarly could probably be made with the darkglass pedals but I'm not using the aftershock (which is what I would guess my complement to the darkglass alternatives) as an input to drive a cab sim of the stomp, more like I've tried to eq it to sound like a cabinet itself. If you're interested I could upload a picture of how the setup looks (not sure it makes much sense to anybody else but I've taken a picture for me to remember how to set it up) You will have to dig rather deep in the manual to understand the routing of it tho. Took me a few months to figure out the routing flexibility of the HX stomp which is astonishing.
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  13. :) :) :) And he tells me someding über K.I.S.S. ...Diese Amis. Was für Andere gilt, gilt für sie nicht. Mitakuye oyasin
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