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  1. Ah, ok. As a veteran of the HD forum I’m used to Pianoguy ripping the lollipop out of people asking stupid questions. I was struggling to see the stupidity of mine however. Indeed, I only replied as I’d had the same problem as the previous post and latched on to the fact mine could be more of a problem than the fact I have an old PC running new software. I guess it’s something I’ll (learn to) live with as the system is stable apart from this issue - and I actually like Cubase. Cheers.
  2. Thanks, yes I usually remember to shut Cubase first. Never happened with my pod 500x so when I "upgraded" to helix (only a couple of months ago) I wasn't thinking there would be a return to the sort of computer problems we had in the 90s. Not sure I get the crossing the road analogy. It's not like anyone dies when I forget. I just thought people were here to help with problems.
  3. I'm running Win 10 and use Cubase Elements. If I turn off the Helix or pull out the USB before quitting Cubase I get BSOD. Not using anything logitec as far as I know. All software/drivers up to date.
  4. The pic I saw didn't have a Variax port or line 6 link so no integration... Going for a new market (again).
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    fuse location

    Try the spider forum in amps? Does anyone read the forum headings?
  6. The mixer should have a number of knobs on each channel that sends a signal out. These are usually labeled 'aux' or 'bus'. One for each band member is best as this allows each person to have their own mix. If you only have one or two you can still use in ears but you have to listen to the same thing (this usually leads to arguments ;-)). The headphones will need amplifying after the Aux. This is usually done by an in ears system so if you want to use your own buds you need to get a headphone amp. Hope this helps.
  7. Yes, you won’t get stereo unless you use two amps. 1. When using a DT you are using the power amp in the DT so you can use preamp models from the pod. However, use your ears and just use what sounds good to you. 2. I tend to use combo/stack power amp (emulating going in the fx loop) but again, see what sounds best to you. 3. Have fun!
  8. Cool. On the 500x I put an FX loop in the chain and send acoustic sounds from the FX send.
  9. I have a 500x so sorry if it's not the same but I create two similar signal paths, one with pre and one with full amp. L6 link to DT25 and left out of pod to pa. Tweak sounds as you like and voila...
  10. You might want to post in the Firehawk forum. This is more for HD/Helix. I'm not aware that Firehawk integrates in the same way with the Line 6 amps. You could always try FRFR if you are happy with the Firehawk. That way you are just amplifying that.
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    bass pack

    They will be in the list of amps available if the licensing has been set up. Remember you are looking for the Line 6 names Cougar/SVT etc., not GK or Ampeg.
  12. I haven't 'upgraded' to Helix yet as I love the sound of my DT and am not convinced (yet) on the interaction (without going down the midi route).
  13. The only time I've seen the 'logo' is when the power is momentarily cut. The power pin in the Pod isn't being dislodged by the fact the vdi cable is up that end? Or is not pulling the unit?
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