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  1. BrettManDude, Sorry I did not reply faster, I did not receive a notification of your reply. You are correct, the Tom Scholz (Rockman) Soloist was used on "Are Your There?" Congrats! :) pianoguyy, Thank you for replying also!
  2. I put two songs in my music website: "Sanctity", which is the song on top, and "Are You There?" is the next song down. One song uses the Tom Scholz Soloist (a version of the Rockman), and the other song uses the PodXT for guitar amp modeling. Can you tell which is which? Please tell me how you like the music, and how it can be improved. Here is my link: https://www.soundclick.com/artist/default.cfm?bandID=224436&content=songs
  3. I put two songs in my music website: "Sanctity", which is the song on top, and "Are You There?" is the next song down. One song uses the Tom Scholz Soloist (a version of the Rockman), and the other song uses the PodXT for guitar amp modeling. Can you tell which is which? Please tell me how you like the music, and how it can be improved. Here is my link: https://www.soundclick.com/artist/default.cfm?bandID=224436&content=songs
  4. datacommando, Thank you for the data!
  5. OK, here are the answers: "Living Again" uses Roland COSM amp models, and "Exodus Through Egypt" uses PodXT amp models for guitar.
  6. OK, here are the answers: "Living Again" uses Roland COSM amp models, and "Exodus Through Egypt" uses PodXT amp models for guitar.
  7. I put 2 songs in my music website: "Exodus Through Egypt" (guitars are during the chorus) is the song on top, and "Living Again" (lots of guitar) is the next song down. One song uses all Roland COSM amp models, and the other song uses all PodXT amp models. Can you tell which is which? Please tell me how you like the music, and how the songs can be improved. Here is my link: https://www.soundclick.com/artist/default.cfm?bandID=224436&content=songs
  8. I put 2 songs in my music website: "Exodus Through Egypt" (guitars are during the chorus) is the song on top, and "Living Again" (lots of guitar) is the next song down. One song uses all Roland COSM amp models, and the other song uses all PodXT amp models. Can you tell which is which? Please tell me how you like the music, and how the songs can be improved. Here is my link: https://www.soundclick.com/artist/default.cfm?bandID=224436&content=songs
  9. OK, here are the answers: the low distortion guitar (with tremolo effect) that starts at 0:04 has AdrenaLinn amp model and effects, and the distorted guitar that starts at 0:47 is the PodXT.
  10. OK, here are the answers: the low distortion guitar (with tremolo effect) that starts at 0:04 has AdrenaLinn amp model and effects, and the distorted guitar that starts at 0:47 is the PodXT.
  11. I forgot the name of it, though I was pleased with the Glenn DeLaune patch set with Smashing Pumpkins, Faith No More, Steve Miller, Stone Temple Pilots, and Ratt sounds.
  12. I put a new song in my music website called "Very Jaded Point of View", it is the song on top. The first (low distortion) guitar you hear has panning tremolo effect; starts at 0:04. The other (distorted) guitar starts with the chorus at 0:47. One guitar has PodXT amp models and effects. The other guitar has AdrenaLinn amp models and effects. Can you tell which is which? Please tell me how you like the song and how it can be improved. Here is my link: https://www.soundclick.com/artist/default.cfm?bandID=224436
  13. I put a new song in my music website called "Very Jaded Point of View", it is the song on top. The first (low distortion) guitar you hear has panning tremolo effect; starts at 0:04. The other (distorted) guitar starts with the chorus at 0:47. One guitar has PodXT amp models and effects. The other guitar has AdrenaLinn amp models and effects. Can you tell which is which? Please tell me how you like the song and how it can be improved. Here is my link: https://www.soundclick.com/artist/default.cfm?bandID=224436
  14. OK, here are the answers: "Take Away the Blame" uses Roland COSM, and "How Are You So Far" uses PodXT.
  15. OK, here are the answers: "Take Away the Blame" uses Roland COSM, and "How Are You So Far" uses PodXT.
  16. I put 2 songs in my music website: "How Are You So Far" is the song on top (guitar starts at 1:25), and "Take Away the Blame" (more guitar oriented) is the next song down. One song uses Roland COSM amp models, and the other song uses PodXT amp models. Can you tell which is which? Please tell me how you like the music, and how it can be improved. Here is my link: https://www.soundclick.com/bands3/?bandID=224436
  17. I put 2 songs in my music website: "How Are You So Far" is the song on top (guitar starts at 1:25), and "Take Away the Blame" (more guitar oriented) is the next song down. One song uses Roland COSM amp models, and the other song uses PodXT amp models. Can you tell which is which? Please tell me how you like the music, and how it can be improved. Here is my link: https://www.soundclick.com/bands3/?bandID=224436
  18. Based on my experience with a 10 year old iMac that I use for everything, I would never depend on a computer for a live performance (with or without Helix Native); though obviously a lot of people do. If I close any Helix Native gui before I shutdown my Cubase AI8, Helix Native has been quite reliable for me.
  19. OK, here are the answers: "Come Around" uses Roland COSM amp models, and "Who's Tryin' to Save Me" uses PodXT amp models.
  20. OK, here are the answers: "Come Around" uses Roland COSM amp models, and "Who's Tryin' to Save Me" uses PodXT amp models.
  21. datacommando, Thank you for replying again! I only own Helix Native, and no other Helix product. I have since read the 1.8 Helix Native pilot's guide a bit. It is very nice we have the Undo and Redo function now.
  22. datacommando, Thank you for replying! Yes, I read those instructions (regarding Helix Native 1.8 presets). Correct me if I'm wrong, though it is my understanding that I will lose all of my custom presets if I load all of the Helix Native 1.8 presets, yes? So my idea was: to somehow save the new presets (whether it is all of them, or a select few) to a User folder, and not lose the custom presets I already had. Perhaps Line 6, or some kind customer could load the unique-for-Helix-Native-1.8-presets to customtone, where I could copy them to a User folder. Since I have yet to read the 1.8 pilot's manual, I wonder if 1.8 is affected in regard to customtone. Thank you for the pilot's guide info! I will check it out soon.
  23. First of all, is there a Helix Native version 1.8 pilot's manual yet? If so, could someone provide a link? I just downloaded Helix Native 1.81 after backing up all of my factory and user presets (including IR stuff). Isn't there a way to individually download just the new presets that have the new amp models and/or effects, and put them into empty User preset locations (so I don't overwrite all of my current User presets)? Or I can't save the new factory bundle straight to an empty User folder without over-writing all of my User presets? I have Cubase AI 8 (the latest version of version 8) and Mac OSX 10.11.6. BTW it is great having the Undo & Redo function. I'm way more likely to experiment now. Thank you Line 6!
  24. I put 2 new songs in my music website: "Who's Tryin' to Save Me" is the song on top, and "Come Around" is the next song down. One song uses Roland COSM guitar amp models, and the other song uses PodXT guitar amp models. Can you tell which is which? Please tell me how you like the music and how it can be improved. Here is my link: https://www.soundclick.com/bands3/default.cfm?bandID=224436
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