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jandrio

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  1. http://line6.com/support/topic/10496-pod-hd-communication-error-device-not-registering/
  2. Removing Broken 1/4 inch plug from a Line6 Hd500 (1/6) Removing Broken 1/4 inch plug from a Line6 Hd500 (2/6) Removing Broken 1/4 inch plug from a Line6 Hd500 (3/6) Removing Broken 1/4 inch plug from a Line6 Hd500 (4/6) Removing Broken 1/4 inch plug from a Line6 Hd500 (5/6) Removing Broken 1/4 inch plug from a Line6 Hd500 (6/6)
  3. http://line6.com/support/topic/18946-question-about-recording-over-usb-playing-along-to-backing-track-but-i-only-want-to-record-the-guitar-signal/?do=findComment&comment=142093
  4. http://line6.com/support/topic/18946-question-about-recording-over-usb-playing-along-to-backing-track-but-i-only-want-to-record-the-guitar-signal/?do=findComment&comment=142093
  5. the patch is set in such a way that the "PITCH" is 50% @heel position, 75% @toe position... mix is not altered by EXP-1. http://www.mediafire.com/view/cgnlx3zlwn5acp2/AKG-patch.png
  6. inside c:\windows\system32 folder double click L6DriverControlPanel.cpl. check also foll: http://line6.com/support/topic/17242-recording-over-usb/?do=findComment&comment=127230
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  8. on the editor, input setting params r located on the upper left corner of the screen (under the tag INPUTS).
  9. negative, whatever is doable via editor, is also doable on the unit direct (even the copy/move patch procedures). on the contrary, modifying the 10 (or 12) system setup pages is only possible on the unit direct (excluding tempo, input 1/2 settings, variax-jtv settings, midi+L6 link configuration, which r also accessible via edit).
  10. well with 2 hd500's, the possible combinations r really countless... conventionally, guitar is feeding Unit1, Unit2 is connected via FX LOOP and output is thru Unit1 L+R outs. however combining Unit1 L + Unit 2 L is also possible. in extreme situations, where FOUR channels r available in the mixing console, using BOTH Unit1 L+R AND Unit 2 L+R, one can even have a QUAD signal, with 15 FX blocks + 4 amps :o in the attached setlist, u can explore some of them. Unit1 represents the 1st hd500, which accepts the guitar input. Unit2 represents the 2nd hd500. EXAMPLE 1: 3 amps with 15 FX blocks (patches 01A+01B) guitar in Unit1, pathA1 with 1 amp+ 7 FX Unit1 LOOP.SEND--> Unit2 guitar input, possible twin amp patch, total 8 FX---> --> Unit2.L+R 1/4 outs-->Unit1 LOOP.RCV L+R get final outputs from: Unit1 1/4 Left+Right (stereo signal) With this example u have a 3 amps arrangement with 15 FX blocks. EXAMPLE 2: 4 amps with 15 FX blocks (patches 02A+02B) guitar in Unit1, twin amps + 7 FX Unit1 LOOP.SEND--> Unit2 guitar input, twin amps + 8 FX get final outputs from: Unit1 1/4 Left (mono signal with 2 amps) Unit2 1/4 Left (mono signal with 2 amps) With this example u have a 4 amps arrangement with 15 FX blocks. EXAMPLE 3: twin amps with 15 FX blocks (patches 03A+03B) guitar in Unit1, twin amps + 7 FX Unit1 LOOP.SEND--> Unit2 guitar input, no amp + 8 FX --> --> Unit2.L+R 1/4 outs-->Unit1 LOOP.RCV L+R get final outputs from: Unit1 1/4 Left+Right (stereo signal) With this example u have a twin amps arrangement with 15 FX blocks. Unit2 offers 8 FX blocks in front of AMP1 (PRE-POSITION). Moving the FX LOOP, u can position the 8 FX blocks of Unit2 POST AMP1, or POST MIXER. hope i gave u some possible arrangements, further improvisation is up 2 u consult also foll link: http://line6.com/support/topic/6087-pod-hd-pod-hd500-best-way-to-connect-both/ note that FX LOOP [SEND-RETURN-MIX]settings must b arranged accordingly (not as shown in the examples). ps i'll gladly bow to superior knowledge, here, if anyone's got it, but it seems that 3 or 4 amps arrangement is only feasible via twin hd500's and not helix. but again i'll quite happily be wrong :) Twin HD500.zip
  11. not always, depends on patch. if the last FX in the signal chain is stereo (eg ping-pong delay) then 1/4 L+R carry different signal. check out foll link http://line6.com/support/topic/2033-pod-hd-500-500x-new-routing-schematics
  12. re-stringing with different string gauge (eg from 10's -> 9's) needs setup (action, neck adjustment-truss rod, intonation, etc). check also foll http://www.vguitarforums.com/smf/index.php?topic=9371.0 JTV-69 Tremolo Setup http://s412.photobucket.com/user/elantric/media/JTV%20Variax/P1020030.jpg.html
  13. place a noise gate (decay=100%, thresh=0%) last FX in the signal chain. then both L+R outputs carry the same mono signal
  14. dropD ---> dropG = minus seven semitones (or plus five) pitch shifter pitch value = -7 (or +5) ps i think the -7 setting will sound really bad.....
  15. paste text into a reply, either: 1. copy selected text 2. put the cursor in the "Reply to this topic" window. 3. press "CONTROL+V" alternatively: 1. copy selected text 2.press the "paste" icon on top right of the "Reply to this topic" window. 3. put the cursor in the "Reply to this topic" window. 4. right-click mouse & select paste
  16. if running win7 and later, try disabling driver signature enforcement... http://line6.com/support/topic/7369-pod-hd500x-usb-fw-000/?do=findComment&comment=51227
  17. @psarkissian: is the "virtual capo" feature {as shown in the James Tyler Variax Virtual Capo Video Tutorial} supported by fw 2.xx ?
  18. jandrio

    Pod HD vs Helix

    nice job! in any case the triple price is not justified by even slightly better sound.... :angry: this cld possibly happen in the future, after severe price drops... :unsure: it seems that the hd has acquired a hard to overcome competitor: the hd: :D
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