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  1. good find I might give that a go next time Im trying to use Helix into Zoom
  2. cool find. Ordered the Yamaha AG06 for kicks
  3. I don’t know about the other tools - however I have an idea that as Zoom Rooms ( the app you can run on PC or proprietary hardware as a meeting room setup) appears to allow audio interfaces to be selected. However a Zoom Rooms license costs more than an individual license. Or of course the free version. FYI I’ve tested this with the free and pro license so it’s not an audio issue only for the free version. i use another video conferencing tool for work called Lifesize (a direct Zoom competitor) - and their app does accept Helix as an input interface!
  4. I have managed to get it working by using a canle from helix 1/4” output to PC line in. Doesn’t sounds brilliant but it’ll do. Thanks for this suggestion. interestingly at work we use Lifesize video conferencing and their app can accept helix usb input fine. i read a bit about Zoom Rooms and their support for interfaces and one they support is a Focusrite. https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/115005041846-Configure-Multiple-XLR-Microphones?mobile_site=true it might be possible that the Zoom app only allows interfaces that identify themselves from manufacturers that Zoom has configured to accept - or that assumption could be incorrect. cheers andy
  5. Thanks for your reply, I thought that would be an option, but was trying to avoid it as it seemed the USB way should work. as I mentioned earlier - I’ll likely use my iPhone dialled into the same Zoom call for my vocal microphone (iPhone headset around my neck for mic pickup) then Helix into my laptop and guitar is the input for the laptop calling into zoom, and my headphones from helix will monitor my guitar tone and also be the audio output from laptop on zoom call (so those headphones will also hear all other participants). sounds complex but should be ok
  6. Hi dudes! Me and a few chums are going to have a virtual guitar dual using Zoom during the UK COVID19 lockdown. So as my kids will be asleep upstairs while this duel takes place I thought that instead of trying to mic up a real amp, using the helix via USB should mean I can have the guitar tone go straight into the zoom meeting with no risk of waking the kids :-) however for some reason Zoom doesn’t like the Helix as an input device and I can’t seem to get an input in Zoom registering. some other facts: it’s the latest version of the zoom app on Windows 10 , and win 10 is up to date. its the latest Helix FW and drivers. Zoom output will work via USB to the helix and I can hear the zoom test tones out of my headphones connected to Helix. zoom app works fine with my USB headset microphone and headphones. helix usb input works fine into Reaper. i realise that I’ll also need another device dialled into the same zoom meeting to capture my voice through another microphone - which I’ll likely do with my iphone. I support other video conference tools as part of my job in IT so I’m not a noob with conference tools (although I’m not that experienced with Zoom). anyone got any ideas why this doesn’t seem to work for me - when theoretically it should be awesome!!?? Is it perhaps that zoom doesn’t support ASIO devices as an input microphone but does support ASIO for output devices.? cheers Rowbi
  7. Nice 1 thanks. i’m gonna buy a used copy anyway on eBay but thanks for sharing and offering a copy of the mp3z cheers Rowbi
  8. Thanks, ive checked out the magazine listings for 1999 too and can’t see a hint about a POD review on the front cover. Will check again though in case I missed one. cheers rowbi
  9. Hi peeps i need a bit of help. back in the late 1990s when the POD bean first came out, I remember being wowed by a magazine review where the demo track was a rock riff using a rectifier amp sound from the original POD bean. I seem to think it was 1997 or 1998 and in Guitarist or Total Guitar magazine here in the UK. I’ve checked and confirmed that the original POD did in fact come out in 1997 so it seems logical that a demo/review would be in 1997 or 1998. I’ve tried looking on eBay at all the monthly releases of those magazines from 97/98 but can’t see a mention on the CD or magazine front covers but I would like to buy the month with the demo - as I recall it was a bit of a revelation to me as a teenage guitarist. does anyone have this actual magazine and can confirm what year/month it was so I can buy it on eBay. thanks Rowbi
  10. I usually use an electricians screwdriver that's insulated. It's usually one of the ones with a test bulb in it so the tip is small enough to fit the trim.
  11. Ideally yes to a balanced PI tube. However most none balanced tubes are close enough to not affect the sound.
  12. All models of Spider V (30/60/120/240) have a 1/8" aux input that the manual says is for straight to the power amp connections. So yes you can connect a helix to a spider v. I would recommend a dual mono (L&R) 1/4" to single 1/8" stereo Y cable, and that should sort it out. Cheers Rowbi
  13. It'd be easy to find out what the speaker is in a spider v - take off the rear panel. I have a 120 and if I get the chance I'll find out. Guest_WEROZ - what is it about the tone that you don't like. Usually line 6 use custom speakers because they then use speaker cab models. I wouldn't be surprised if the speaker is a cross between a PA driver and a guitar speaker, with the cab models dialed down a bit so as to hear a little real speaker tone too.... So you could always replace the speaker for something else. Just some thoughts anyway.
  14. Rowbi

    Amplifi 30

    Hi, There isn't a line output or anything like that. The only way would be to mic the amplifier 30 and feed that mic to your mixer. Cheers Rowbi
  15. I don't think you can do that. I think you'd need a pod hd, maybe hd500 or pro for that to run dual signal paths and you could pan each separate amp to left or right. Then use for example the amp and cab out of left XLR and amp only from analog right.
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