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  1. Have you solved this? Are you miking an amp? Maybe the phase is between the real cab and the miked signal?
  2. You can choose in H9 editor wether to have the pedal processing stereo or pre-post routing mono, when you have two cables connected. And it should be on a patch basis, if memory serves me well.. Otherwise you are going to have only half effect, when in mono, cause I think H9 senses wether you plug into one or two ins/outs.
  3. What does LFO reset not being implemented actually mean? How does Helix calculate the starting point of the waveform? Is MIDI clock just giving Helix tempo information? What's the point, then? I can enter tempo information manually, but I need Helix to know at least where the main beat of the song is, otherwise clock sync is quite unuseful. MIDI clock is not about tempo, it's about downbeats. Fact is there is no relevant information about how Helix deals with certain things, and as of now it's impossible to have predictable results, which is a quite crucial thing about a musical instrument. How can I have a tremolo waveform synced to my click? Is there any workaround? If I need a square tremolo on the downbeat acting like a slicer, how can I obtain that? Anyway.. At least it looks like we're getting there.. Thanks
  4. Yes, there is my submission: It's actually the only thing I am missing of the TimeLine
  5. I've experimented with delays+fx blocks, using an fx loop like this (on a parallel path) --->FX RET--[FX BLOCK]--DLY--FX SEND :) opens up a lot of new posibilities!! But... I really miss the implementation of the reverse delay in Strymon TimeLine, which resets the backward buffer with playing dynamics, thus giving more musical and predictable results..
  6. Not to mention the human factor.. I bet Andy would nail the feel of that tone with a lot of different settings and setups.
  7. There was a bug that mixed dry signal to processed signal caused by tuner settings. Try setting tuner input to 'none' and see if it goes away. Another troubleshooting is to turn fx level to minimum. If you're still hearing sound, you have some unprocessed guitar passing by, which causes not only phasing issues while using fx loops, but also tonal issues.
  8. I'm not talking about switching PRESETS, which of course needs MIDI PC, but about modifying settings in the same program, thus avoiding the gap in sound that H9 has while switching presets!! That needs CC's and it works like having snapshots in H9 as well! Try that ;) For example I have a song where my Crystals preset is up an octave in the verse and down an octave in the chorus, and I change it with CC associated to snapshots.
  9. For me it's set up so that each snapshot sends an instant CC message to H9. Everything is in the manual, I'm far from Helix and Mac atm... The only caveat is that you have to guess the right values, as Helix transmits regular CC values but H9 translates them to its various parameter values, which aren't 1-128 of course. In H9 editor app you find all CC mappings
  10. Depending on the mic, +40 Db is a pretty normal figure. If you hear sound without 48v phantom, then you most likely don't need it. and don't switch it on, or you could damage your mic.
  11. I also have instant commands changing H9 parameters with snapshot change :)
  12. Nothing like Unison pre technology here, after all it's "just" a great guitar processor ;) You can use all the fx blocks as if you were using the guitar input, though.
  13. Also don't forget midi sync in for those of us using loops and sequences, to sync modulations phase with the beat.
  14. Do you experience the same volume drop if connected straight from the guitar to the loop, switching channel? Couldn't it be that the power amp sets itself differently for each channel?
  15. I'm great as well, with Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO and DT 990 PRO, thankyou. And I'm ok with creating my tones checking them on various kind of Phones, IEM, Studio monitors and PAs. I just noticed this bug and wanted to help those who are finding it difficult to make their tones while on headphones. ;)
  16. Are you aware that that's the point of tracking being polyphonic? The word polyphonic means that it tracks chords (polyphonic) and not just single notes (monophonic). That's what the word means when related to octavers or pitch shifting devices. And I'm missing polyphonic tracking as well, as I sold my POG2 last year and I'll probably replace it with a Sub'n'Up, or a similar device. I'm just waiting a little longer for line 6 to implement a good polyphonic pitch shifting block. But, just in case, I'd suggest voting for the various requests on idea scale ;)
  17. That's what I was talking about.. of course the sound will change with each different kind of amplification, but probably the best option is to know if monitoring multi out is summing the signals..
  18. I'll check if I have anything else going on, but as soon as I turned hp monitoring to 1/4 volume turned back to normal level. Again, as soon as I can I'll check it better. @frodebro: of course it sounds different, that's not the point at all ;)
  19. For those of you who find it difficult to create their sound listening to headphones and find it different while connected to an FRFR setup, I just discovered something which I wasn't aware of (dumb me!!!!). If your output is set to 'multi', and headphone monitoring global setting is set as default, you're monitoring your signal twice, through headphones. If you select XLR or 1/4" out, you can notice your volume drops considerably down.. Keep this in mind while editing your tones through cans!!!!
  20. I'll try that, thanks!! Actually no filter, I was daydreaming of having modulated filters, someday :)
  21. Most urgent thing for me is syncing rhythmic fx (modulations, filters and reverse delay) to the beat, be it a sequence or a click.. To record and for live shows
  22. I think you should definitely try it! That's the great thing of Helix! ;)
  23. I agree! Some modulation effects as well.. stereo only..
  24. You split it. Like identical guitars played by identical players, in two separate channels. If you want a single path, you output path A to path B
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