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  1. Howdie! Ummmm ... So I don't remember reading anything about the 6 button looper sending midi commands by default. I run my helix floor in 4cm with my Amp1 Mercury. It's set to handle all channel switching via midi using snapshot instants. Whenever I hit record in the looper it activates the Amp1's boost. I dunno. Any ideas?
  2. Lol.... you make an extremely valid point. Anyone saying they dont want a tone rabbit hole ... but also owns any of these units.... pot calling kettle black? If you didn't want a tone rabbit hole you'd own a Dr Z with only a tone knob and a volume knob and call it a day or own a single preamp pedal.
  3. Thank you very much for finding a worthwhile contribution to this forum! I'm sure many will find this useful!
  4. Easiest solutions I can think of right now: 1. Run everything into a digital mixer, if you have one available, set the digital mixer as your Skype audio interface and you can also easily monitor what they hear as well as adjust levels on the fly. There are a ton of small digital mixers available for this at incredible prices, if you're teaching and making a profit it is a small investment to make sure everything runs smoothly for your clients. 2. Dedicate a patch, named online lessons, to this and run everything through the helix with that set as your audio interface in Skype.
  5. I don't know man.... I'm pretty sure whoever is writing code has more experience with coffee than they do with ponies.
  6. To keep things relevant... Just grabbed one of these: Our coffee snob friends always compliment and ask what kind of coffee we used... when the machine can make folgers taste good ;) You'll notice "keurig" isnt on that list... we had one. Then we got a good machine. Never looking back. Line 6 should develop a coffee modeler. Make your basic coffee sorta taste like any boutique brand you want! But then you would be missing that "coffee in the cup effect" since it is probably supposed to taste like a cup already sipped in the studio.
  7. Click thread titled "...firmware..." to see if there is any recent info. Read a bunch of ranting and only one post about the thread topic. Wonder why people ask others to read threads rather than ask questions already answered.... because sifting through a thread filled with info that has absolutely nothing to do with the actual topic is a waste of time.
  8. Yeah Craig, thank you so much for this. It's great to see people contributing new ideas and ways to use this unit. Thank you again!
  9. I thought about that too! As well as using the merge or output blocks rather than volume pedals for testing. A few things popped out for efficiency, but the overall concept looked pretty interesting. I also wonder if he was trying to keep things as accessible as possible for anyone still learning all of the helix's capabilities I was trying to use the helix to its potential, but then it's easy to get lost in mix... and now I run 4cm with the bluguitar amp1. So I haven't really been doing anything special with my helix floor; sticking with a less is more mentality in a live setting. It seems to work better, and my helix now has at very least 312 shows/gigs, plus studio, plus practice, etc on her.. So I've definitely put her through her paces and tried all the things. -Seeing an idea like this that isn't riddled with an over abundance of effects gives me a chance to experiment with the helix again! Though pulling this off while still using the preamp of the amp1 may not be possible. Could always just feed the return with a helix pre though. Anything that doesn't require moving a wire. The pedal board case has been properly OCD'd, and those wires would take real work to remove!
  10. Received this email, I'm sure there's also a few here as well that have. Anyways I thought it may be of some interest!
  11. Who cares how it's being used... I have a helix floor. I use it 4cm and for the most part only use it for compression, teemah!, a delay block and it's midi capabilities... That doesn't make it any less of a helix floor though.
  12. Woah.... why haven't I hear of this.... omg, omg, omg! So.... now to get this under my wife's radar
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