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  1. I tried enabling recording, and the sample rate is 44.1k!
  2. I asked this question back in August but I still can't figure this out. I want to be able to use my Stomp as my interface so that I can use different plugins. I know that I need to use input 5 for a dry signal, but I can't get it to work for me. I'm using Logic, have a track open, input monitoring is on, input 5 is set, and I don't hear anything. Can anyone suggest what I could be doing wrong? I also opened up my PRS Supermodel plugin (standalone) set the input to 5, and I don't receive any inout signal. Thanks in advance for any help!
  3. Hey everyone, having a rough time getting my Stomp to just send a dry signal to Logic Pro. I've set my track in Logic to Input 5, which works when I record (it records a dry signal and then I'm able to manipulate it with plugins, I use Mercuriall Reaxis). However, I can't seem to just get a raw dry signal to Logic and hear it through Reaxis like I can with a Scarlett 2i4. I'd like to be able to do this for flexibility, I don't always want to use HX modelling and I don't want more than one audio interface on my desk when it may be unnecessary. Has anyone accomplished this that can help me out?
  4. Hi, I'm also trying to accomplish this with no luck. In Logic Pro, I set it to Input 5, and on the patch on my Stomp I turned the output block's level to -120. I do not get any sound whatsoever now, any thoughts? I'd really like to just put my Scarlett 2i4 away for good.
  5. I'd like to sell Helix Native, I'm looking for 270, and I'll gift it to your Line6 account. PM me if interested!
  6. Just considering specs on your computer alone, for live you would want as much RAM as you can get your hands on, 8GB might be enough for you, but 16GB will set you straight and you wouldn't have to worry about it. A solid state drive would be a must, and at least an i5 or better processor. I would be comfortable with this setup live, as it would be able to handle quite a lot before skipping up.
  7. Just took advantage of that! I've never used Helix, have a Firehawk FX so hopefully this will replace that entirely.
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