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  1. I've made two tutorials on controlling basic parameters of the SourceAudio Nemesis delay with the Helix. Controling Common Nemesis Delay Parameters With The Line 6 Helix https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FX77-1Tbtbk Changing to specific Nemesis Delay preset numbers with the Line 6 Helix. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qlCk6lXMF8 Enjoy.
  2. I still think the effect sounds awesome, thanks for the clarification.
  3. Also worth noting Chad Boston commented on the same behavior in his demo video of the features in the new firmware 1.06
  4. I was very excited to hear there was a bitcrusher effect coming. However, the effect with the signal 100% wet still has a regular clean signal coming through. Was this intentional or am I doing something wrong? It seems strange to me that it would not be all bitcrusher with the mix at 100%
  5. Glenn, Exactly what I was looking to do! Thanks. Picked up your helix patches yesterday :)
  6. I've seen it done in presets, but I can't figure out how I'd do this on my own. Example, you have 2 amps in your signal path. I'd like to be able to assign a footswitch as a toggle between the two, so when I step on it once it'll turn one amp off and the other on. Then vice versa when its stepped on again
  7. Here is what I'm attempting to accomplish. 1. Footswitch 1 has a wah pedal assigned to it. I can click it on and use EXP 1 or 2 to do the wah. This works just fine. 2. I want to assign a second foot switch to not only turn on the wah pedal, but I also want it to simultaneously turn on a flanger. So I hit the footswitch and both the wah pedal and flanger are kicked on. I've been able to multiple assign both the wah and flanger to come on at the same time with a footswitch. BUT it un-assigns what ever i had the wah assigned to previously. So my question is how do you assign the wah to both footswitches? I suppose I could get around the problem by introducing a second wah into the pedal chain, but thats a goofy work around to something that I think I should be able to do with 1 effect.
  8. Thank you, this seems to be exactly what they did. Tying the mix level of the pitch glide to the tone knob and then setting the step to +12
  9. So there is a youtube video demonstration of the POD HD 500 and a Variax for Andersons Music. They demonstrate at the end of this video assigning some type of parameter to the Variax guitars tone knob, when it's turned it starts to mimic feedback. I do not know if links are ok to post here so, in case they arent, if you go to youtube and search "Line 6 Variax Update - JTV 59P" on Rob Chapman's Channel. The portion of the video I'm talking about is around 18:20 Anyways, I know how to assign parameters to the various knobs on the Variax or the expression pedal on the HD. However I have no idea what parameter they modified to get this result. I'm thinking this could have been done simply with the HD 500 and not the variax. You'd just control it with the expression pedal. Anyone aware of how this was done? I think that's a pretty darn cool trick I'd like to do myself :) I've searched high and low for any information on it, but have yet to come up with anything.
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