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  1. Hi there. I've searched for this and found a topic where I found out that this was not possible with the VST2/3 versions in December 2020. If it's still not possible, are there plans to implement this? Thank you very much. Regards toko42
  2. I have still set FS3 to work as "tuner enable" and added an external footswitch as FS4/5 as well as programmed some things to be switched via Midi. But somehow FS3 does not work to enable the tuner anymore. What did I do wrong?
  3. No, I want to use one mixer channel for a clean signal and another one for the wet one. There are usually enough inputs available on my Behringer X32 and thus I could record a dry signal while still sending a wet one to the PA and alter the effects later if they don't sound good. But maybe this may work, too.
  4. I usually use two paths to separate amp and anything else to keep a good low end. On a Stomp that's it... But thanks for the suggestion, I'll see what I can do.
  5. Hi there, it would be nice to be able to have the wet signal on one output and the dry signal on the other. As both are balanced one could leave the DI at home. Right now I would have to include an FX send to be able to do this which uses one block. Would this be possible? Many thanks toko42
  6. I'm probably not the only bassist who likes the Yamaha NE1 (or for that matter the reengineered Schalltechnik 04 clone) and would like to emulate it on the Helix Stomp. http://www.yamaha.com/yamahavgn/Documents/Guitars/ne1_1.pdf I tried to use the Parametric EQ but the Gain can only be lowered to -12 dB instead of the needed -20 dB for the Deep setting. Any hints on how I can solve this without using 2 EQs for which I will have to set not only the gain but the frequency setting separately? Probably this would also be a good candidate for a feature request with a low footprint :-) Many thanks and kind regards!
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