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  1. Ducking Tremolo. My latest submission. https://line6.ideascale.com/a/dtd/Ducking-Tremolo/1016296-23508?submitted=1
  2. You mean like this? https://line6.ideascale.com/a/dtd/An-LFO-and-an-ADSR/811573-23508 And this? https://line6.ideascale.com/a/dtd/Random-Rate-and-Depth-option/840441-23508
  3. If a simple LFO causes DSP usage to "go through the roof" there is something very very wrong indeed.
  4. You're missing the point. I do not want to have to pack around yet another piece of gear. Especially when it's just for one specific sound.
  5. Nope. Compare what you suggest with manually moving the delay time knob on a delay pedal and that's the sound I'm after. Obviously not as severe in time delay change but it would be achievable via an LFO. Also, what I'm talking about is to do it in real time, live, not via recording. The Echo Quest pedal has this feature and it would be great to have it be incorporated into the Helix.
  6. This thread reminds me of the Ideascale request I posted. I think that an LFO that could be assigned to control and vary the delay time would be a more natural sounding chorus than what is currently available. https://line6.ideascale.com/a/dtd/An-LFO-and-an-ADSR/811573-23508
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    HX Edit 3.01

    Not having HX Edit be compatible with Big Sur does not render the Helix unusable, however. It's a minor annoyance indeed not to be able to use the editor but you can still do your editing on the Helix itself. Hardly what I would call a show stopper.
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    HX Edit 3.01

    And if they release it too soon and it bricks your Helix, how would you feel about that? What is it exactly that the current version is not doing for you and what makes you think 3.10 will?
  9. This encapsulates everything that I hated about the Pods but love about the Helix. To me the Pods were the most static sounding modelers ever created. They were ok if you just bashed the crap out of the guitar strings all the time.
  10. Yes, the Helix reverbs "do the job" but that's about it. To me, they're either too much or too little so I have to err on too little. The Lexicon reverbs that my Digitech GSP2101 and GSP1101 had are something that I do pine for every now and then. They were so sweet and so lush even at the lowest settings but they were never overbearing at higher settings which the Helix's reverbs can definitely be. No, I'm not gonna be attaching anything to the Helix's FX loops.
  11. Do you have another guitar with different pickups that you can try this with?
  12. Perhaps this is a matter of semantics but I know of no reverb that can "warm up or thicken a sound."
  13. I didn't actually notice this bug in 3.0. It wasn't until I updated to 3.01.0 that it started happening.
  14. Ever since I've owned the Helix, I have never paid any attention to the factory presets that it comes with it. Now, for some reason, after this last update I decided to check them out and found some favorites. Have these presets always been there? Big Monosynth Bel Haven boi! Needed Space Mandarine Gaze Flarhgunnstow Nine Inch Pills Sweet Dispozish Dream Syrup Low E Sludge SFX Ufology Hi Octane Knife Fight - Love this one!! Secret Travel Chem Trails
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