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  1. I’m not sure if there is, but since you have multiple banks on the MC6, you could just move up or down in its banks and have specific Stomp presets on a given MC6 bank.
  2. I’ve heard Catalina is the first release that requires full 64 bit drivers throughout. If you upgraded to Catalina from an older version, perhaps there’s some older 32 bit driver hanging around still yet? Just a wild guess; I’m still on High Sierra
  3. The HX Stomp is a great little box. Even with the current 6 block limit, the two amp patch is doable. If your effect needs aren’t that great, you can pan each amp and add a slight delay before one of them to get a really nice, full sound.
  4. Very nice! I own an SY-1000 as well, and have been blown away by its synth capabilities. The GK pickup part of the equation turns a lot of guitarists away, but it opens up the door to a lot of possibilities.
  5. I absolutely love Linux, but gave up years ago trying to get all my music gear working happily under it. So much easier under Mac or Win. More power to you, though!
  6. The send/return not taking up a block would be pretty awesome. Fingers crossed that can be pulled off.
  7. For dual paths. I was loosely (very loosely) mimicking Adam Jones’ setup.
  8. You might consider adding Helix Native to your toolbox and use it in dual paths with your Stomp. I’ve done that and also added a Diezel VH4 distortion pedal to the Native path (going into a fairly clean Marshall amp in Native) while running through a high gain amp in the Stomp
  9. From MOTU doc: Foot switch input Connect a standard foot pedal switch (sold separately) for hands-free talkback or punch-in while recording. Or map the pedal to any keystroke function in your host software. I don’t think that can be used for foot switch control of a Native effect. Probably best to go with a MIDI pedal board
  10. I think this just goes back to buying the right tool for the right job. I shouldn’t buy a hammer with the expectation that it perform as a sledgehammer....best to buy the sledgehammer instead.
  11. 1. Lots of ways around the 6 block limitation via effects loop 2. Send output to an external reverb, eliminating the need for a reverb block 3. Make a purchase based on a product’s current capabilities, not its theoretical potential
  12. You won’t regret it. I can’t think of a better modeler/fx unit in this compact size.
  13. I’ve used a Raspberry Pi before (for another device) in order to support USB MIDI connectivity.
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    HX Stomp - Rush

    +1 on the Helix Native suggestion...a no-brainer purchase if you purchased a Stomp. Have you you looked at the gear Alex Lifeson used on the Rush songs you’re interested in? Might be a good place to start if the models are there in the Stomp.
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