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  1. You're right. In the end, they are just two different ways of working. One way is more suitable than the other, depending on people.
  2. Yep, but it's not convenient to do the same thing two hundred times. I was not aware of what the tool was not able to do (converting entire setlists) unless the link was posted, by the way.
  3. I was not talking about audio differences. We all agree that ears make the final decision, and we can test everything we want with the unit. I was just curious about what goes behind the scenes, in terms of acoustic/physics (types of filters, routing in series/parallel, etc.). I think we can describe it with some objective terms. It does not replace the practical side of a recording session (set a mic with different positions/angles to hear the differences), it would be complementary for curious people.
  4. Very interesting. Now I would be very curious to know what "kind of filtering" is :) No problem for not doing an ETA, it's completely normal. Thanks in advance for all of your work. If I have other ideas, I will not fail to come here to let you know about these.
  5. As you may guess, I already searched on Google before posting, and the link didn't show up. I am not speaking English very well, so maybe you used the right words in the search field. Anyway, this is what I looked for. Thank you for that. I hope this will help other people too in the forum.
  6. Thanks Craig. You do a great job. It's very useful for Helix users. No doubt about that :) I am happy to know you are working on the 3.5 update. As a noob concerning the sound recording of an amped guitar, I would like to know what are the differences between, for example, changing the angle of the mic position and filtering a specific range of frequencies. It may seem stupid for an expert, but for someone who thinks in terms of basic physics, all parameters are very similar and sometimes it's not obvious that changing an amp/cab/mic parameter is very different than filtering/reverberating/saturating the audio signal.
  7. I wasn't aware of this other forum. Thanks for the info.
  8. Hello, Someone in the comment section of the video below says that a user has created a tool for converting presets using cabs before 3.5 by replacing them by new IR cabs. Is it true? Can someone post the link, please? Thanks. ) sait
  9. Hello Craig, Out of curiosity, do you plan to update the book according to the 3.5 update? If so, will it be part of the free update or a 2.0 version of the book? Thanks, All the best.
  10. Thank you very much for all your replies and your reactivity. I now have all the info I needed. I will make a constructive feedback after reading it.
  11. Hello, Are ALL the effects described (legacy FX included) with every parameter? Can you give an example, please? It's something I was looking for for a long time. I may pull the trigger after your confirmation. Are the amps also described and referred with the original base model? Do you know if the e-book will be updated? If so, is it for free or will we need to pay? Thanks.
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    Helix 2.9

    Thanks guys for your all your explanation about pitch detection.
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    Helix 2.9

    Isn't it the same aspect? I mean, do internal bloc synths in the Helix already commit an audio-to-midi translation before sending these MIDI information to the synth? I thought it worked this way (this is why I would like to simply send these information out of the MIDI/USB port of the unit). If not, how does it work? And how do the pedals like the Boss/EHX ones work?
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