Can't send dual cabs to stereo in Helix Posted May 14, 2019 On 5/12/2019 at 2:41 PM, CorporateSlut said: Hi guys, This may be complete n00b, so apologies. I have Helix LT - and I love it. I sold my JCM 2000 and am now running pure digital - and it sounds great. As point of departure. As I'm running the Helix directly through the PA, I find that I'm very much sitting in the same space as our vocals. When recording in my DAW, I solve this partly by panning several guitar tracks either far right or far left - to create a Phil Specter-ish wall of sound. What I'm looking for is exactly the same live - running two output tracks that I pan hard left and right. I thought this should be possible with each cab (I'm running a dual cab setup) - but I can't seem to get it to work. My setup is this: Guitar --> Noise gate --> Overdrive --> Amp --> Split --> Cab A / Cab B --> Join --> Modulation effect --> Output --> XLR --> one channel on my PA I've tried panning left and right in the 'join', but it doesn't seem to give me what I want. That all of Cab A is to the left, and all of Cab B is to the right. I'm running an XLR cable directly into the PA - should I do stereo? And if yes - how to I tell my Helix that the left stereo is Cab A and the right stereo is Cab B? I don't know what I'm doing wrong - hope you have some tips. Thanks are you more concerned with the panning of the guitars or the masking of frequencies between the guitars and vocals? panning isn't going to relieve you of that symptom imo.