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  1. Thanks soundog! I think this may work. I kinda of figured this but I'm not that fimiliar with the helix yet. I will try your recommendations later this evening when I'm home. And yes I want to use the VL3 looper for everything as it is far superior. And yes should be lots of fun once I get it all set up the proper way. Did I mention that I also have a beatbuddy drum pedal? Lol. I'm going to be in heaven quite soon! Lol.. I'll update later tonight on my progress. Again thanks for your input. Much appreciated.
  2. I was wondering if someone could offer me some advice on connections! I just bought the helix floor (AMAZING!), but I also own a tc helicon voicelive 3 extreme (VL3 for future reference) for vocals. I connect my guitar to the VL3 guitar in and then another cable from the guitar thru on VL3 (which passes only a dry guitar signal) to the Helix guitar in. So that's easy enough. The VL3 requires that for it to detect the chords for vocal harmonies and processing. Now I should say that I have a Yamaha Stagepas 600 pa system that I am connecting to for everything (No amp or FRFR). I would like to be able to use the looper on the VL3 in stereo for both the guitar from the Helix and the vocals from the VL3 itself but unsure of how to get this accomplished. I am assuming that it's with the effects loop on the Helix but I'm unfamiliar with effects loops. Also please note that the routing options on the VL3 outs are plentiful. So can I make them play nice? I have attached a photo of the VL3 rear INS/OUTS for reference. Also an image of the Yamaha pa mixer/amp. If someone could please HELP ME!
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