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  1. Hi, As noted by "silverhead" in the post above - check your settings and report to the Customer Support - they cannot fix it if they don't know.. Not sure what is happening for you - I went straight to it, (from the Downloads menu at the top of this page, then select Helix Native from under the "Choose Software" menu, then Windows 10 from under the "Choose OS" option then click "Go")and i downloaded the correct file without any issues. Try this: https://www.dropbox.com/s/lpx66fy5yszmzmr/Helix Native v3.15 Installer.exe?dl=0 Hope this helps/makes sense.
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  2. You can see the version that will be downloaded when you select it on the Downloads page. If that says v3.15 and it’s actually v1.00 that is being downloaded and installed, that’s a problem with the Line 6 website configuration. Open a support ticket to report it.
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  3. There’s actually two versions of it on the Helix - the HX version called “Bleat Chop Trem” and the Legacy version mentioned above.
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  4. Expression pedals are extremely simple devices.... If you have the Mission EP-1... you can easily mod it to the proper specs.... (for the 3rd image you need an EXP with a footswitch, and an HX Stomp)
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  5. You won't blow anything up, but how you do it depends on how EXACTLY you currently have everything wired and what EXACTLY you want to accomplish. Describe the configuration in detail and define your big-picture goals (not just "get the Orange into the Katana"). For instance: "I want to have everything set up so I don't have to rewire anything to go from using Stomp as 4cm FX processor to pedalboard (Stereo? Mono?) into Stomp amps into Katana power amp to Orange into Stomp into Katana - all just by switching presets!" - IOW - the "All I want is EVERYTHING!" configuration - AKA I shoulda bought the full fat Helix. Maybe list your needs in order of importance?
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  6. Sweet. Thanks for the download. :)
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  7. Not all expression pedals are created equal. MISSION makes a specific "Line 6" model for a reason.... I don't think their regular one is compatible with the Helix which may be what you are noticing.
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  8. Sorry. I misspoke. You don’t need to update Reaper, just configure it to include the v3.15 VST installation folder for Helix Native and ignore the v3.11 VST folder. I’m not sure where exactly in Reaper you adjust the VST folder locations that Reaper should use but that’s all you should need to do. Of course that may not be the actual issue but it’s my best guess.
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  9. Is it working with your glue fix? If so you might be able to repair it yourself if you're comfortable with this sort of thing, and if you're willing to void any warranty still remaining on the device. I'm not so can't say whether the part you point to will work or whether it's 'simple or hard'. But beware - I know that this happened occasionally on POD HDxxxx devices and the repair often involved replacing a pcb board that was damaged during the incident. So it may not be as simple as replacing the port itself. My advice? Open a support ticket.
    1 point
  10. Yes, it´s about Mode and Tap for me as well. So actually, I´d like to individualize ALL switches. So I´ll stick with my Stomp + external switcher. If it would be possible, I would like to have the five lower switches for presets and snapshots and the upper buttons for preset up/down and tuner.
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  11. Hi, The OP was asking about the MODE and TAP switches, which AFAIK really cannot be modified. The OP didn’t mention if he was only using the 4 ABCD switches. I’m not sure if you are aware that but using Command Centre you can add the 2 BANK UP/DOWN switches for whatever purpose you require give you access to six footswitches. If you haven’t already seen this - here’s a link. Hope this helps/makes sense.
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  12. Point taken and addressed by @lawrence_Arps. No, you didn't, and nobody stated or implied that you did. You need to take your own advice!
    1 point
  13. Here are some free IR links, some you need to subscribe to get some free stuff but that's no biggie: https://wilkinsonaudio.com/products/gods-cab https://seacowcabs.wordpress.com https://redwirez.com/pages/the-marshall-1960 https://www.ownhammer.com/store/index.php?ma (new free pack in development, so one to watch for) https://pluginfox.co/products/catharsis-impulses https://www.soundwoofer.se https://tonejunkiestore.com/impulse-responses-1 https://laptopguitarist.com/category/downloads/cabinet-impulses/
    1 point
  14. I've been living in a 4 presets/4 snapshots world pretty much since snapshots happened. Lately I've been wishing you could set up some patches that way, some all stomps, and some all snaps. Each patch could just remember which switch layout was selected at the time you saved it. If you always live in one layout and never change it, you don't have to do anything, every patch will remember that one same mode. Ideally though, just to prevent unintentional inconsistencies, there should be a global setting to turn per-preset such layouts on or off. Does that seem useful? Any downsides? Worth putting on IdeaScale?
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  15. Great idea. Just have the preset remember what mode it was in when it was last saved.
    1 point
  16. Another plus of per-patch layouts is that it makes working with patches built by someone who uses a different layout trivial. If you've ever bought or downloaded patches with for instance 10 stomps when you use 4+4, the only way to even see what's on offer is to change to the layout they use, which means you can't use your own stuff right until you switch it back. With per-patch layouts, if they didn't come with the appropriate layout already built in, it's easy to do it yourself. Just switch to that mode, then save each of them, then they'd each be in the mode the author intended, without messing up your other patches.
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