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  1. Back in 2015, I came up with this diagram after watching video, pictures and interview. Don't know if Mike Kerr shared his secret sound since then, I guess note... The source of this diagram is located here : https://creately.com/diagram/ii90yf072/OblIpaHWvEDBpi77Y7k8mab6BhQ%3D I also made 2 presets, one for Figure It Out, with an IR (to be played with a bass, octave up for guitar parts) and Little Monster (to be played with guitar, octave down for base parts). Just let me know if you're interessed.
  2. Got an answer yesterday from L6 Support : http://line6.com/account/tickets/edit/289661 Hi,Thanks for your patience with this bug. We have a fix and it will be released soon with a new firmware release.Will - Line 6 Support
  3. Got an answer yesterday from L6 Support : http://line6.com/account/tickets/edit/289661 Hi,Thanks for your patience with this bug. We have a fix and it will be released soon with a new firmware release.Will - Line 6 Support
  4. Same issue here, Ticket has been opened with L6 Support. If you did a Setlist export before the update, I can give you a python script that I've made that will extract all the infomation from the Setlist file and display the content in readable format so you will able the recreate you preset.
  5. Hi everyone, Same issue here with v2.10. Two different behevior, one preset not showing any block from dsp1 (2 last paths). I can export that preset, with 2.10, and see all the missing blocks. The other preset, anything from dsp0 is not showing up, cannot see anything from the export preset file either. Hopefully, I can find all the missing info from the Setlist export made before v2.10 update. These 2 presets were using Snapshot, might be related, cause so far, from that setlist, only these 2 has this issue. Ticket has just been opened with L6 Support.
  6. I believe that opening it will void the warranty. FYI, I have the same issue here for which I opened a ticket. They told me to bring it the an authorized service center to fix it.
  7. Helix Single Cab vs Dual Cab block icon must be different. There is no way, from the Home screen, to determine the Cab block type being used: 'Single' vs 'Dual', like for Amp+Cab and Amp which in this case the icons are different. The only way to know, is by manually selecting the actual Cab block and look if there is 2 white speakers Cab icons next to the Cab name (see dual-cab-icons.png attachment) For instance, check preset '08B Electric Version' from Factory 2 set list. The first Cab, in path 1B, is a Dual type one, while the other 2 Cabs in Path 2A/2B are 'Single' type ones, but from that screen all Cab blocks look the same. See 'Dual Cab block.png' suggestion for Dual Cab block. http://line6.ideascale.com/a/dtd/Helix-Single-Cab-vs-Dual-Cab-block-icon-must-be-different/789915-23508
  8. There is this guy who makes IRs (7 guitar cabs pack available for download) from original sound track (mainly metal band): https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNsITtzHwH2iRyaoEAqS9sg5WckfPp8CR I tried the Metallica and System of Down ones, they sounds great. He also explain how to create them with a DAW and some other VST pluggins on his Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q1nNAQL_6mQ Based on his explanation, I was able to make my first IR, of the Nirvana song's Breed with these tools: DAW Presonus Studio One, (I'm using Pro version, but there is a free one avail. (http://https://shop.presonus.com/products/studio-one-prods/Studio-One-3-Prime) Voxenco Deconvolver app (http://www.voxengo.com/product/deconvolver/) Voxengo Curve EQ (http://www.voxengo.com/product/curveeq/) and Helix for reamping (instead of TSE 808 / TSE X30 VST pluggins as suggested in his video)
  9. While in 'Global' any change you've made (Variax wize) will not be save into the preset. If you open a preset file, there is a section Global for each preset where Variax settings are stored: '@variax_customtuning': True, '@variax_lockctrls': 0, '@variax_magmode': True, '@variax_model': 0, '@variax_str1tuning': 0, '@variax_str2tuning': 0, '@variax_str3tuning': 0, '@variax_str4tuning': 0, '@variax_str5tuning': 0, '@variax_str6tuning': 0, '@variax_toneknob': -0.10000000000000001, '@variax_volumeknob': -0.10000000000000001}}}, For instance, while in 'Per preset' mode, select Lester on your Variax, save the preset you're in. Now switch to 'Global' mode, select any other model other than Lester, save your preset again. Switch to 'Per preset' once more, the Lester model will still be there again. 'Global' just means than anything you do with Variax settings won't be saved within the preset, in fact it will be saved somewhere in the Helix, but will never be saved in any presets/setlist/bundle. Being in this mode, only, override anything specified in the Vaxiax settings for each preset. So if you select Semi, it will stay on Semi model for the entire 1024 presets available.
  10. Paul Hindmarsh is sharing his Helix preset too. See his message from Nov 21th on Line 6 Helix User Group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/line6helixusergroup/)
  11. You can emulate the feedback by using: the Twin Harmony block, set the V1 Shift to 8th (octave), assign the Mix to a controler (Exp Pedal or Variax Tone Knob) and make sure the V2 Level is set to 0, just to hear the V1 note only.
  12. Hi welzijnswerker, Someone has submited the auto-save idea here: http://line6.ideascale.com/a/dtd/Bring-back-autosave-in-Helix/794176-23508
  13. That's true. Someone has already suggest to change that here: http://line6.ideascale.com/a/dtd/Option-to-not-change-Variax-Input-settings-from-the-guitar/789277-23508 Meanwhile, you can set the 'Variax settings' to Global, that way none of the Variax params will be saved with each preset.
  14. You need to go the the Input block, Page 2, and press the 2nd knob under 'Preset Variax Model' to reselect "Don't force" before saving the preset. Of course while being in the preset, anytime you will rotate the Model knob on your Variax will set the above parameter to the selected Varaix model, not a big deal if you don't save the preset, it will remains to "Don't force".
  15. This one is working: http://missionengineering.com/?product=ep1-l6 Check out this thread: http://line6.com/support/topic/16236-gc-mission-engineering-expression-pedal-works-backward/
  16. So here is the outcome of my support ticket regarding the v1.3 Factory Presets Variax/Tone knobs set to 0 issue As a temp workaround, they suggested to use the Variax Settings to Global instead of 'Per Preset' to use the Factory presets delivered with firmware v1.3. I ask them to provide all Factory presets with both Variax/Tone knobs set to " Don't Force" with the next firmware delivery. They will realy that info to dev team, meanwhile they suggested to submit that idea into Ideascale, here it is: http://line6.ideascale.com/a/dtd/Helix-Factory-Presets-with-Variax-Volume-Tone-set-to-Don-t-Force/793654-23508
  17. Line 6 POD HD vs Helix Amp Models Comparison between amp models on the POD HD and the Helix. Both models were recorded using the same audio loop and selecting the default parameters for the model on each platform. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLz2JRIpADR3oj979wVTIjvlhBj01LdN5_
  18. joetink, to set the 'Volume Pedal' block min to 80% max to 100%: just select that block hit the Menu button press knob 2 to select 'Controller Assign' knob 1, 'Position' for Parameter (default) knob 2, 'Exp Pedal 2' for Controller (default) knob 4, change 'Min Value' to 80% knob 5, change 'Max Value' to 100% (default) then go back to Home screen with the Volume Pedal selected, just move the Exp pedal to min, the Position param will stop at 80%, max to 100%
  19. Make sure you backup your Setlists and IRs before using these reset function: 5 + 6 Will reset Globals... 7 + 8 Will restore stock Presets and Setlists... 9 + 10 Will reset Globals and restore stock Presets, Setlists and IRs... 5 + 12 Will clear all Presets, Setlists and IRs... 11 + 12 Will clear current preset... (since firmware 1.04.1)
  20. There you go: # python helix_parser.py -i Bundle_VERSION_1_03.hlb Input file is: Bundle_VERSION_1_03.hlb Output file is: Bundle_VERSION_1_03.hlb_parser.out Setlist: FACTORY 1 ---------------------------------------- (1 of 128): US Double Nrm (2 of 128): Essex A30 (3 of 128): Brit Plexi Jump (4 of 128): Cali Rectifire (5 of 128): US Small Tweed (6 of 128): Essex A15 (7 of 128): Brit 2204 (8 of 128): German Ubersonic (9 of 128): Soup Pro (10 of 128): A30 Fawn Nrm (11 of 128): Brit P75 Nrm (12 of 128): ANGL Meteor (13 of 128): US Double Vib (14 of 128): A30 Fawn Brt (15 of 128): Brit Plexi Brt (16 of 128): PV Panama (17 of 128): Stone Age 185 (18 of 128): Divided Duo (19 of 128): Brit Plexi Nrm (20 of 128): Line 6 Elektrik (21 of 128): Jazz Rivet 120 (22 of 128): Interstate Zed (23 of 128): Mandarin 80 (24 of 128): German Mahadeva (25 of 128): Tweed Blues Nrm (26 of 128): US Deluxe Nrm (27 of 128): Brit J-45 Brt (28 of 128): Line 6 Epic (29 of 128): Tweed Blues Brt (30 of 128): Solo Lead Clean (31 of 128): Solo Lead Crunch (32 of 128): Solo Lead OD (33 of 128): Mail Order Twin (34 of 128): US Deluxe Vib (35 of 128): Brit P75 Brt (36 of 128): Line 6 Doom (37 of 128): WhoWatt 100 (38 of 128): Brit J-45 Nrm (39 of 128): BAS:Cougar 800 (40 of 128): BAS:Tuck n' Go (41 of 128): BAS:SV Beast Nrm (42 of 128): BAS:SV Beast Brt (43 of 128): BAS:Cali 400 Ch1 (44 of 128): BAS:Cali 400 Ch2 (45 of 128): BAS:Cali Bass (46 of 128): Brown Sugar (47 of 128): Fast Lane (48 of 128): Black Hole (49 of 128): Come As You Are (50 of 128): Fortunate Son (51 of 128): Evil (52 of 128): Boulevard (53 of 128): Cold Shot (54 of 128): Hey Joe (55 of 128): Tom Sawyer (56 of 128): Untitled Streets (57 of 128): Have a Cigar (58 of 128): Bottle Message (59 of 128): Mad House (60 of 128): Run Like (61 of 128): Every Breath (62 of 128): Aqualung (63 of 128): Reign In (64 of 128): Even Betta Than (65 of 128): Ticket to Ride (66 of 128): Pull Me Clean (67 of 128): Pull Me Under (68 of 128): Plug In Baby (69 of 128): Nothing Else (70 of 128): Kashmir (71 of 128): Fire Woman (72 of 128): Sweet Home (73 of 128): Mystery Train (74 of 128): You've Got (75 of 128): Shortest Straw (76 of 128): Lights (77 of 128): Whole Lotta (78 of 128): Trooper (79 of 128): Ha! U Said Djent (80 of 128): Royal Power Duo (81 of 128): Dream Pop Lead (82 of 128): Prehensile Nose (83 of 128): Almost Not Fair (84 of 128): Marsha Marsha (85 of 128): Vicegrip Funk (86 of 128): British Twang (87 of 128): Grymm Blackness (88 of 128): Crossover Synth (89 of 128): Dark Uncle Floyd (90 of 128): Lonely Highway (91 of 128): Nighttime Swim (92 of 128): Nighttime Drown (93 of 128): Deep Clean (94 of 128): Arena Rock (95 of 128): Stadium Rock (96 of 128): Heisenburger (97 of 128): M'Lady Neckbeard (98 of 128): Not at Launch (99 of 128): Angry Shaman (100 of 128): Hairy Doom (101 of 128): Openly Squished (102 of 128): Double Parked (103 of 128): New Jimmy (104 of 128): Buy 1 Get 1 Free (105 of 128): Austin Clean (106 of 128): Austin Lead (107 of 128): May...er May Not (108 of 128): Fat Caterpillar (109 of 128): Mockabilly (110 of 128): Twin Tangerine (111 of 128): Beat Prudence (112 of 128): WookieSpongeBath (113 of 128): Jazz 2 Me (114 of 128): Surf Buzz (115 of 128): Tween Trem (116 of 128): Space Cadet (117 of 128): Raining Princess (118 of 128): Chewnicorn Clean (119 of 128): Fuzzy Kat (120 of 128): EXP 3 No Mercy (121 of 128): BAS:Cali Plus (122 of 128): BAS:TBTV Bass (123 of 128): BAS:Dommyz Go 2 (124 of 128): BAS:Treasure (125 of 128): BAS:Baboo Thang (126 of 128): BAS:Boots Bass (127 of 128): BAS:Incubass (128 of 128): BAS:2 Much Tuna Setlist: FACTORY 2 ---------------------------------------- (1 of 128): LickedByAWhale1 (2 of 128): LickedByAWhale2 (3 of 128): Djentrified (4 of 128): Mr. Ferguson (5 of 128): Bentique (6 of 128): Dark & Lush (7 of 128): SC Small Lead (8 of 128): Tripod Gallop (9 of 128): Wild Year (10 of 128): Chalice of M'eh (11 of 128): Mmmm Bat Heads (12 of 128): BackWahrds (13 of 128): In Your House (14 of 128): Noiserock War (15 of 128): TBTV Rhythm (16 of 128): Big Monosynth (17 of 128): TIDES Takeover (18 of 128): Multi Mic Dark (19 of 128): Unchained Jumped (20 of 128): The Handler (21 of 128): Andy Warb Hall (22 of 128): No Soup For You (23 of 128): Oh No Stereo (24 of 128): Mandarine Gaze (25 of 128): Chorus Crooner (26 of 128): Toska Lead (27 of 128): Flarhgunnstow (28 of 128): Sky Explosions (29 of 128): Watt, Now? (30 of 128): Electric Version (31 of 128): Breath Of Odin (32 of 128): Funk'n Roll (33 of 128): Funk Clean (34 of 128): Smelly Muffins (35 of 128): Rogue Vampires (36 of 128): Sunset Shimmer (37 of 128): Gorilla Clean (38 of 128): Gorilla Crunch (39 of 128): Uncle Muscles (40 of 128): Nine Inch Pills (41 of 128): Smooth Autopan (42 of 128): Jumped w Stomps (43 of 128): The Syndrome (44 of 128): Sweet Dispozish (45 of 128): Dream Syrup (46 of 128): Plexi Monster (47 of 128): Rhythm Sandman (48 of 128): Glengarry Lead (49 of 128): Dark Dystopia (50 of 128): 4D Love of Steve (51 of 128): Parallel Space (52 of 128): Murphs Adventure (53 of 128): Ointment (54 of 128): Doom Vacuum (55 of 128): Fuzzy Drunk (56 of 128): ISS Flyby (57 of 128): Carrot Cake (58 of 128): Thundermullet (59 of 128): End of Summer (60 of 128): Star Talk (61 of 128): Grease Cats (62 of 128): Pick Attack Solo (63 of 128): PhD May (64 of 128): Dramatic Scene (65 of 128): Rock Gaze (66 of 128): Ducked Trails (67 of 128): Melter of Faces (68 of 128): Rezz Score (69 of 128): BAS:BassFest '02 (70 of 128): BAS:Hang Out (71 of 128): BAS:Brit Bass (72 of 128): BAS:Tile Growl (73 of 128): BAS:Ballixiz (74 of 128): BAS:Phat Rat (75 of 128): BAS:DangeRuss (76 of 128): BAS:Liberator (77 of 128): SFX:Hokulani (78 of 128): SFX:EXP Disturb (79 of 128): SFX:Pulse Drone (80 of 128): SFX:Ufology (81 of 128): Unicorn In A Box (82 of 128): X Ray Setlist: USER 1 ---------------------------------------- Setlist: USER 2 ---------------------------------------- (1 of 128): Tweed Blues Nrm (2 of 128): Divided Duo (3 of 128): Just Got Paid (4 of 128): Cali Rectifire (5 of 128): ANGL Meteor (6 of 128): PV Panama (7 of 128): Thundermullet (8 of 128): Evil (9 of 128): Brit Plexi Jump (10 of 128): Brit P75 Nrm (11 of 128): A30 Fawn Nrm (12 of 128): Brit Plexi Brt (13 of 128): Brit J-45 Brt (14 of 128): Brit P75 Brt (15 of 128): Brit 2204 (16 of 128): German Mahadeva (17 of 128): ANGL Meteor (18 of 128): Prehensile Nose (19 of 128): Fire Woman (20 of 128): Andy Warb Hall (21 of 128): No Soup For You (22 of 128): Mandarine Gaze (23 of 128): Big Monosynth (24 of 128): Funk'n Roll (25 of 128): Sunset Shimmer (26 of 128): Every Breath (27 of 128): Kashmir (28 of 128): Royal Power Duo (29 of 128): Rhythm Sandman (30 of 128): Thundermullet (31 of 128): Sad But True (32 of 128): Openly Squished Setlist: USER 3 ---------------------------------------- Setlist: USER 4 ---------------------------------------- Setlist: USER 5 ---------------------------------------- Setlist: TEMPLATES ---------------------------------------- (1 of 128): Quick Start (2 of 128): Parallel Spans (3 of 128): Super Serial (4 of 128): Super Serial x2 (5 of 128): 4-Cable Method (6 of 128): 7-Cable Method (7 of 128): TwoTones A-B (8 of 128): TwoTones Blend (9 of 128): Ext Amp & Pedals (10 of 128): Wet-Dry-Wet FRFR (11 of 128): Wet-Dry-Wet Amps (12 of 128): 4 Tone Switcher (13 of 128): Guitar + Vocals (14 of 128): Gtr+Vox+Bas+Keys (15 of 128): DAW Remote (MMC) (16 of 128): DT25-DT50 Remote (17 of 128): MIDI Bass Pedals (18 of 128): Stereo Mixer (19 of 128): Quadraphonic (20 of 128): Momentary Pitch
  21. Here is the Line 6 Helix bag: http://line6.com/support/topic/16716-helix-backpack-photos/
  22. The official Line 6 bag for Helix: http://line6.com/support/topic/16716-helix-backpack-photos/
  23. See http://line6.com/support/topic/16716-helix-backpack-photos/
  24. Wow, nice bag! Any idea how much this will cost?
  25. Ok that's what I thought, I'm using the text editor call Sublime Text which does pretty much the same. There is also this web site that I used sometime to format JSON file https://jsonformatter.curiousconcept.com/ You can also check the output made by the Python apps that I did, available on GitHub: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/thestratmanblues/l6-helix/master/helix_dump.out The Python app is also there: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/thestratmanblues/l6-helix/master/helix_dump.py I'm also working on another Python app that will allow to make change Globally on a Setlist, entire Bundle. Like change the Variax Volume/Tone knobs to Don't force, or enable/disable the default Noise Gate from the Input preset block and so one, etc.
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