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  1. Ok, I narrowed it down to presets that have "Current Hardware Compatibility Mode:" set to [Off[Default]". Soon as I choose that option in helix native preferences, the folders change from user to setlist and I can't access all my old presets.
  2. Normally when I'm in helix native, the fr0sty arch-meteor 2.hlxs displays a number of "User" folders where my presets are. I created a new preset yesterday and saved it to disk and now when I load the preset from my HD, all my user folders are missing and I see a bunch of "preset" folders, which don't contain any of my presets. Any ideas on what's causing that?
  3. Running multiple mono guitar track into one instance of native, with ability to pan those track is a little complicated and not intuitive. Check this post and let me know if it helps. One thing to keep in mind is even after you setup a patch as described, you'll still need to pan the mono guitar tracks in your daw.
  4. Check out my post here and let me know if that helps, or if you have any questions. One thing to note, you may need to pan your recorded audio tracks in your daw to get the panning to work.
  5. I did that very thing about 11 months ago! :) https://line6.ideascale.com/a/dtd/Allow-helix-native-patches-to-be-more-cpu-intensive/918780-23508#idea-tab-comments Seriously line 6, get this done ;)
  6. Do you think line 6 will ever remove the patch size limits they have now? It's silly that I'm limited by hardware compatibility on my patches. This simple patch doesn't even let me choose from all the distortion boxes.
  7. I think the op is referring to the convoluted process needed to send multiple guitar tracks into one instance of native and the ability to pan them in stereo.
  8. When I use patches like this I pan the individual tracks in my daw (fl studio). First I have my dry guitar on channel 1, but route it to the track helix native is on (say track 4). That allows me to monitor my guitar through native but record it dry on the input channel (ch1). Once recorded I move that dry track to channel 2, where I pan the audio clip left as needed. Sometime I pan hard or sometimes maybe 80% or so. Then I"ll record the next track and move the dry, recorded track to channel 3 where I pan it right and route it to channel 4 where helix is. That way I track and pan all my rhythm guitars through one instance of helix (channel 4). Any lead tracks are recorded dry and routed to another channel with a different instance of helix native. My guess is you still need to pan your recorded tracks. How you do that depends on your daw.
  9. Try this patch and let me know if you can record in stereo. The screen shots show the two key parts of your patch needed to record stereo panned tracks. fr0sty Voltage.hlx
  10. I struggled with this also and line 6 tech help wasn't helpful. The manual explains it on page 24/25 and there are a couple of steps to make it work. First, any effects before or after your amps need to be stereo. The not so obvious next step is the split and merge settings. If you right click those settings there are additional panning options. What I do is create a split on Path A with an amp on each split. I setup my amps as I want them and then right click on the merge block and the end of path A. That's where you can pan left/right there. I then send path a to path b where I put my stereo time based effects. I can upload a patch if you like. The only drawback with this method is helix native limits how cpu intensive you can make patches so as to remain compatible with helix hardware.
  11. Yea, I struggled with this also and line 6 tech help wasn't helpful. The manual explains it on page 24/25 and there are a couple of steps to make it work. First, any effects before or after your amps need to be stereo. The not so obvious next step is the split and merge settings. If you right click those settings there are additional panning options. What I do is create a split on Path A with an amp on each split. I setup my amps as I want them and then right click on the merge block and the end of path A. That's where you can pan left/right there. I then send path a to path b where I put my stereo time based effects. I don't remember if I did anything on the split block, but can check later tonight. I'll upload a patch then too if you like. The only drawback with this method is helix native limits how cpu intensive you can make patches so as to remain compatible with helix hardware.
  12. There's an idea scale open for the request. Feel free to upvote it. https://line6.ideasc.../idea-v2/918780
  13. There has been some talk about Line 6 considering this. There's an idea scale open for the request. Feel free to upvote it. https://line6.ideascale.com/a/idea-v2/918780
  14. I think that's just how save to library works. First save the current patch to a library slot, but then you need to rename the slot. I would be nice if you could change the slot/patch name at the same time as saving to library.
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