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  1. enjalt

    Amp cross reference

    https://line6.com/data/6/0a06439c973a5787c415a0987/application/pdf/Helix 2.0 Owners Manual - Rev D - French .pdf p26
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    Looking for presets

    You have at least "$$$ for nothing" in the factory's presets. you'll certainly have to adjust it but it''ll be a great base
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    Wireless Rig

    You could just use your Helix for Guitar AND Bass (guitar on Guitar Input, Bass on aux input) both direct to FOH via XLR and 1/4" outputs. if each of you have a wireless system as the Line6 G10 and wireless IEM, you'll just have 2 câbles from Helix to FOH (+ power) (no need for DI boxes)
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    Managing volume levels

    Excuse my english... I meant when you're create your preset I think it's better to max the big knob and play with the CHANNEL control (thx rd2rk). Anyway I understand people who are not doing the same, in the case the 1/4" output is used for IEM for example(as mentionned above) Personally I disable it (sent to FOH). got my inst via the XLR output and my vocals via 1/4" output. don't use the big knob att all (that's why i leave it max) My IEM is not connected to Helix. The soundman send it back through an auxiliary so i can (as each of my bandmates who have an assigned auxiliary) have my personnal mix (via an app on my phone for example).
  5. I may be wrong but it seems to me , you already have a patch for this song in the factory's preset. Use it as a base to see how it's built?
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    Managing volume levels

    You must max your master knob...... If you need to turn up a bit (on a gig you must not do that in order to not degrade your soundman's mix anyway) you still have the option to put a block "comp/boost" (for solos for example) Anyway it's far better to set up your presets with master volume knob fully engaged and play with your gain and volume in the amp preset
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    Helix Synth Bass Patch

    Maybe you can: - up your attack time settings a little to get rid of this plucking sound - change the wave ? - lvl up your gate in your input
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    Bass and headphone sound problems, help me!

    Ok... I don't know then.... sorry Did you check the manual (page 40 and 41)? https://line6.com/data/6/0a020a4010cb85bb66b18111e4/application/pdf/HX Stomp Manual - French .pdf it contains tips on how to adjust the inputs / outputs according to what you plug in as a type of instrument
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    Bass and headphone sound problems, help me!

    I Don’t think so for the headphone output, cause i use some IEM sometimes (20ohm) And It Works too (i have to push higher the knob with the 250ohm headphone...normal) Did you try on the global settings to put on « guitar in pad » (for the distorsion problem)? I play Bass too on my Helix... a question that may seem stupid but if it's an active bass, have you check the batteries. It can explain the distorsion and low volume
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    Bass and headphone sound problems, help me!

    I don't think your headphone involved.. i'm using à 250ohm on my Helix Floor and I have no problem... It seems that the stomp doesn't have any Aux IN Did you try to reduce your input value on the global settings page? -> choose "line" (instead of "inst") with powerfull active basses
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    Helix floor version Master volume.

    Too bad so... it’s your rôle to keep a constant volume value. If you push up your master during a gig it’s not good. It’s Your soundman’s job. you can engage à boost/comp during your solo parts but normaly it’s Not very clean to modify your master....
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    Helix floor version Master volume.

    just put the master volume at full position and rework your patches levels.....
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    Handle Bass output?

    I don't think it would be great for bass (even if i would love to try it too) we can read in the specs : Frequency response: 70 - 20000 Hz low E on bass is about 41 Hz and low B (for 5 and 6 strings players) is about 31hz ...
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