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  1. Thank you so much. After 10min everything is working well.
  2. Hi Guys I bought a Source Audio Ventris Reverb pedal. I love the different reverbs. I would like to control the 128 presets over Midi from Helix. I'm total new to Midi and don't understand much of it. I usually work with 8 Snapshots in helix. I would like to have different reverb settings and engines in each snapshots. Can some one explane me how do I have to set the midicontrols? I don't know how to excatly to program these, but I would like to have one standard reverb all the time and in some snapshots I would like to ad a special one. I mostly play modern worship music. thanks for your help! Sorry my english isn't the best I know.
  3. We run Abelton as well. The stage is 20 to 30 feets wide. Usb will not be possible. Is their any wireless-solution? Will it be easier to callculate the exact ms for example 120bpm 1/8 dotted = 375ms? So I don’t have to tap just to callculate once and save it per preset? Will this work?
  4. This is what I do: I save the bpm per preset and each song has one preset. I recall them, but even it is the right bpm, it must start at the same time as the click beside the tracks to be in sync. Athorwise my delay is offbeat or worse. Is their a possability to tap just once or something to sync my them? Sorry my English scills are a bit limited.
  5. I need help. I play guitars in a worship band. We use many tracks in the songs. Although I store the songs in the correct bpm (preset per song), they are not in sync with the tracks. The drummer starts the tracks & I used to taped the bpm with my foot. But often it wasen‘t really accuret (I play with lots of dotted eights delays). Is there a way to save the tempo per preset and just give the cue with the foot without changing the saved bpm again? Greetings from Switzerland
  6. I need help. I play guitars in a worship band. We use many tracks in the songs. Although I store the songs in the correct bpm (preset per song), they are not in sync with the tracks. The drummer starts the tracks & I used to taped the bpm with my foot. But often it wasen‘t really accuret (I play with lots of dotted eights delays). Is there a way to save the tempo per preset and just give the cue with the foot without changing the saved bpm again? Greetings from Switzerland
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