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Retro-Rick

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  1. Great advice, totally worked for me! I never thought of trying that, because the toggle switch worked perfectly in model mode, so I thought the problem couldn't be a physical problem with the switch. Makes no sense, but fixed it my intermittent toggle problem in magnetic PU mode. So glad you posted this comment!! :)
  2. Sorry for the reply latency.

    I sent you a messageĀ 

    I hope it helps

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      Retro-Rick

      Me too, thanks :)

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    Problems Recording Helix On PC, Tips appreciated

    What is the program on the imac you are using that works well with helix? Can you record yourself along with an other track and not have latency issues?
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    Problems Recording Helix On PC, Tips appreciated

    Hi, Sorry for the late response, I don't understand why I don't get notified when people respond. Another "settings" problem... Anyway, the only program I got to work (but not great) is NCH Mixpad, it's a free program. I have some other older programs, an earlier version of Cubase, tried Audicity, these programs don't seem to recognise helix properly. I tried bandlab, what I do is mainly record guitar parts together with backing tracks. Can't seem to get anything to work really well. I went to the Cakewalk website, looks like they are closed down.
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    Problems Recording Helix On PC, Tips appreciated

    I was trying with several free programs, I finally got NCH Mixpad to work. I set the latency to 3ms. Timing sounds about right. I'm using the Helix as Recording Device and Audio Playback, seems to be good, I guess I can finally rid myself of my multitrack recorder.
  6. Hi Everyone, I do a lot of recordings, guitar and backing tracks. I've always done so with an external multitrack recorder. It would be a lot more convenient if I could record on my laptop connecting my helix via USB. I have tried this many different ways and gotten mainly frustration. I wish Line 6 offered their own PC multitrack recorder that was certain to work well with their products. What I wish would work, is like this, I plug my helix into my PC by USB, and plug my headphones into my PC (not my Helix) and pull my backing track into my recording software, play along and record. I have not been able to make this work. The only thing that I got working was plugging my headphones into my helix, playing along with my backing tracks, which sounds good, but the recordings sound crap due to latency. Can anybody advise me, is what I want possible?
  7. Hey there fellow Helix lovers, I found a great soft carry case for my helix, not a backpack. It's an Odyssey BRLDIGITALXL. It's made for a DJ Midi Controller, but it fits and works great for the Helix. I don't personally care for or have any use for the ring loops on the official Helix Backpack, I also don't want any branding on any of my cases if I can avoid it. This case is like an oversized well padded laptop sling bag, huge extra compartment holds all my cables and extras. The Bag comes with a second bag inside, a bag within a bag, I removed that. Check it out! Here's some photos and here's a video review I made. http://bit.ly/Line6HelixCarryCaseAlternative
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