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  1. @rd2rk, Yeah that seems correct, have to do that... man it´s quite complicated to program three helix lts with midi haha :) Anyway, thank you for you help man :)
  2. Hey, @rd2rk Not completely, sorry ^^ I cannot use snapshots only for this helix because the fx have to be controlled completely seperated. For example If I would turn the vocal delay on/off with a snapshot, the state of the amplifier and the double take would be also switched, so I have to use these fx with stomp mode. My basic question is: do I have to use separate midi-automation lines for every stomp and how do I program them to turn off and on at separate points? Switching Snapshots via midi is quite easy for me but I don´t know how to turn off/on single stomps in Stomp Mode via midi. Anyway, thank you @rd2rk for your help :)
  3. Hey Guys! So my Band recently went full on helix lt which means we want to use the helix of our singer/rhythm guitarist for vocal fx and guitar. We have two Singers in total which both use a shure wireless mic-system. So I thought that because the wireless uses line level, we could plug the two systems into the fx returns (and a clean signal to mix with foh) and use them for vocal stuff like telephone fx or delays. Next to that, our singer two sounds in total. 1. is just a distorted sound in mono (1 Amp + IR + TS808) 2. Is the same but with the Helix double take activated. We imagine that the two XLR outs are for the mic fx and the two 6,3mm output jacks go through a stereo DI for the guitar. For direct control this is quite a simple setup right? just using the vocal fx + double take + both Mic-Inputs in Stompmode. But now the tricky part begins... Everything has to be MIDI controllable. I´ve been working with Midi for my own Helix in Snapshot mode together with the DAW Reaper but now I need help to understand how to control the stomps in Stompmode with midi. For example this scenario will occur in our setlist: Singer 1 has a telephone fx on his voice while singer 2 is muted.. Some moments later the telephone fx will be switched out with a delay and extra reverb (2 stomps) while the guitar turns on the double take . So both paths have three stomps in total which have to be switched at the exact moment. Do I have to use own midi-automation lines in reaper for every stomp in stompmode to activate and deactivate? Thanks alot for your help guys! Greetings from Germany! - Worgram
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