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  1. Thank you. That solved the problem.
  2. I know there are threads about this and I was able to make it work by assigning cc messages to the hx stomp. Thank you for those info. But what I wanted to do is while I am on snapshot mode in HXFX, it can also change the snapshot in the hx stomp. I haven't figure out a way to make this work. Is it possible?
  3. Hey @Bigpapajake, were you able to get it to work? I have the same problem. It can work by assigning cc messages (pressing mode button after selecting a preset)but not on the snapshot mode.
  4. Hey @rd2rk Will there be an AD/DA conversion from hx effects to hx stomp and vice versa?
  5. Thanks rd2rk.. I think I'd be better off without the Axe. haha No issue (yet) on the latency "feel" but I have noise. I was taking it as a normal noise from my drive pedals. I better check when I get back.
  6. Thank you for that suggestion. Just to clarify. Connect the Axe FX stereo send to the stereo input of the HX Effects Connect the stereo output of the HX Effects to the Axe FX stereo return Connect the input & send of the HX Stomp to one of the HX Effects loops The hx effects send/return has only one jack for each fx loop. Do I need to use a TRS jack from hx effects send then split it into two TS cables going to Stomp's input L and R? Connect the return & output of the HX Stomp to the other HX Effects loop Same as above, do I need to use a TRS jack from hx effects send, split it into two TS cables going to Stomp's return jack L and R? Not sure if the hx effects send/return jacks take TRS..
  7. Hi Guys, I am not a guru on any of the technical stuff hence I am writing this to get advices and to know if I am doing it right. Connecting both my Axe Fx ultra together with my HX stomp + HX Effects.. The goal is to combine 4 amps available in both modelers to see if it will sound better. Please check the images below... - Let me know if this is okay or if there is a better way of hooking it up? - Do I need to use something like goodwood audio stuff in any of the outputs? - Will there be any phase cancellation issues since these are just modelers? Note: - The HX Effects is placed first so I can use Delay and Reverb or any effects before and after the Amps in the Stomp. The Amps and cab already eats up 4 blocks in the stomp so... - Stereo from Axe Fx to the Sends and Returns of the Stomp and HX Effects Thank you in advance. Here's how it looks like in my Axe Fx. The FX loop block is where the HX Stomp and HX Effects were connected. Dry signal is in Level 1, panned at center. Wet signal is in Levels 3 and 4, panned hard Left and Right.
  8. Thank you for your suggestions.
  9. That worked for me. Thank you for this. I think it's with the certificate that has expired.
  10. That worked for me. Thank you. I think it's an issue with the certificate.
  11. That is also worth a try. But I am trying to do the wet/dry/wet kind of setup.
  12. Thanks. This is good info. I am trying to setup a wet/dry/wet signal. Axe Fx as the dry signal (no effects, using the same amp in the stomp). Stomp as wet signal will have the delays and reverb and will be panned L and R. Both modelers will go to a mixer.
  13. I got an error when logging in to my account via HX Edit. The app is saying "Cannot reach servers. Please make sure this computer is connected to the internet." Tried it with Windows 10. Downloaded the HX Edit 2.92. I was able to login but it does not proceed to backup the device after clicking OK on the dialog box. Nothing happens. What is going on?
  14. Hello. I just want to throw this question out there. Can I use a Y splitter to route my direct guitar signal into two modelers? Aside from HX Stomp, I also have the old Axe Fx Ultra. I' thinking of splitting the signal before it hits the input of these modelers. I've read there are some hum and phase cancellation going on if you do that, but those are for real amps. Thank for your help.
  15. I guess I am not the only one having this issue.
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