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  1. Just, great and all-in-one pdf format with the comprehensive list of models including the legacy... Thanks a lot!
  2. foxmister, thanks. I'm aware about this link. Just, I meant the Legacy models that were initialy developed for other Line 6 devices. All these models are in a separate directory called "Legacy" in the Helix.
  3. Guys, where can I find some all-in-one complete reference to understand what are the real models hidden under these tricky nick-names? Distortion > Tube Drive Distortion > Screamer Distortion > Overdrive Distortion > Classic Dist Distortion > Heavy Dist Distortion > Colordrive Distortion > Buzz Saw Distortion > Facial Fuzz Distortion > Jumbo Fuzz Distortion > Fuzz Pi Distortion > Jet Fuzz Distortion > Line 6 Drive Distortion > Line 6 Distortion Distortion > Sub Oct Fuzz Distortion > Octave Fuzz Dynamics > Tube Comp Dynamics > Red Comp Dynamics > Blue Comp Dynamics > Blue Comp Treb Dynamics > Vetta Comp Dynamics > Vetta Juice Dynamics > Boost Comp Modulation > Pattern Tremolo Modulation > Panner Modulation > Bias Tremolo Modulation > Opto Tremolo Modulation > Script Phase Modulation > Panned Phaser Modulation > Barberpole Modulation > Dual Phaser Modulation > U-Vibe Modulation > Phaser Modulation > Pitch Vibrato Modulation > Dimension Modulation > Analog Chorus Modulation > Tri Chorus Modulation > Analog Flanger Modulation > Jet Flanger Modulation > AC Flanger Modulation > 80A Flanger Modulation > Frequency Shift Modulation > Ring Modulator Modulation > Rotary Drum Modulation > Rotary Drm/Horn Delay > Ping Pong Delay > Dynamic Delay > Stereo Delay > Digital Delay > Dig w/ Mod Delay > Reverse Delay > Lo Res Delay > Tube Echo Delay > Tape Echo Delay > Sweep Echo Delay > Echo Platter Delay > Analog Echo Delay > Analog w/ Mod Delay > Auto-Volume Echo Delay > Multi-Head Pitch/Synth > Bass Octaver Pitch/Synth > Smart Harmony Pitch/Synth > Octi Synth Pitch/Synth > Synth O Matic Pitch/Synth > Attack Synth Pitch/Synth > Synth String Pitch/Synth > Growler Filter > Voice Box Filter > V Tron Filter > Q Filter Filter > Seeker Filter > Obi Wah Filter > Tron Up Filter > Tron Down Filter > Throbber Filter > Slow Filter Filter > Spin Cycle Filter > Comet Trails
  4. Guys, how many factory presets should be in an updated device? Is there something new comparing to 2.71? The same question regarding the templates... May be somewhere is an official info with the artists?
  5. Are there any plans to add the Boost+EQ booster (line6)?
  6. For rd2rk, Thanks for the comments. I checked the output level of the XLR after assigning the volume control knob to only 1/4" outputs only. I made sure that output level is the same as when you set the volume knob to maximum when it's assigned to control the XLR outputs. So, my doubts disappeared))
  7. OK. There it is... The patch is attached for judgment ABITW.hlx
  8. Then something strange happens when I use the Blue Comp in the chain, which is BOSS CS-1 in real life. I'm trying to achieve the same volume level of the chain as when it is turned on, as when it is turned off. This is achieved only when I set the value of the parameter Level of this effect to 23. But in this case, when it is turned on, the effect becomes lost completely even the Sustain level is at maximum. Please, advise what is wrong.
  9. Before buying Helix LT, I have used a regular pedal board. I always adjusted the volume level between the stomp boxes so that turning on/off any of them did not affect the significant change in the overall volume of the channel. In connection with this, there are several questions ... 1. Is it possible to use the same approach for Helix LT by changing the Level parameter of the built-in stomp boxes? 2. At the end of the signal flow chain (the arrow at the output) it is also possible to adjust the Level in dB. Does this parameter have the same effect on the channel volume as the Ch Vol parameter in the AMPs settings?
  10. I'd agree with brue58ski since in my older X3 Live manual it was mentioned to keep the master volume knob on the device body always at max level while playing in Line via the XLRs. But in the Helix LT manual is nothing about that. That's why I am tormented by doubts to apply this rule for the Helix LT as well. May be some guys from Line 6 could put a light on this question?
  11. Just some other fantasies came into my head... Then why do they even put this regulator if you can adjust the channel volume through the settings of an emulated amplifier? After all, you can certainly in the internal circuit of the device provide an option when it will always produce the best signal-to-noise ratio, and adjust the Channel Volume in the settings of the built-in emulated amplifiers. In this case, the physical volume control knob on the device body will be superfluous and the production expenses would be cheaper???)))
  12. Hello! I plug my Helix LT directly to a mixer via the XLR main outputs. I use AMPs simulation built in the device (not a stand alone AMP). The task is to achieve the best quality signal at the stand-alone mixer input stage. There are two way to control volume using either or both of the onboard Volume regulator and Channel Volume for a built-in AMP simulation. Please, how to achieve the better signal/noise ratio for the output signal? Should I be focused to adjust more output using the onboard Volume regulator instead of Channel Volume for a built-in AMP simulation or vice versa? Thanks.
  13. Do you have some recommendations in order to install GearBox and last driver for X3 Live to make it work correctly with Windows 10? What driver version and step-by-step, please? I have just already updated my PC for Win 10 and I'm trying to find some working solution. Thanks in advance!
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