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  1. Not able to get the channel volume to fade in and out on two amp setup though. I just reverse the min and max for each amp right?
  2. Ok I guess 33% and 66% wasn't a big enough difference in my setup to tell much of a difference.
  3. Recalibrated pedal. Same thing. Does it matter where in the chain I have the pedal? Do I have to disable the volume on the pedal in the controllers tab or something like that?
  4. I only have one expression pedal in my setup. It's set to volume, not pan. In the controllers tab I have: Model: Screamer FX Assign: ESP Toe Switch Parameter: Drive Controller: EXP1 Min: 33 Max: 66 I hit save twice on the physical device, however EXp1 still just makes volume go from 0 to 100. I then tried doing it to EXP2 but it does nothing. I'll try and recalibrate. Never done that either lol
  5. Ok so how do I do it if I want to raise and lower the screamer? By the way I'm doing this in Line6 Edit. I've added a pedal to my setup. I've put it on volume instead of pan. However in the controller tab when I assign it to screamer and set it to control drive and output, it's still just controlling overall volume. I can't tell it's doing anything to the screamer. thanks for any help
  6. Cool I will give that a try! I assume I lose most of the cool stereo effect of having two amps though?
  7. I recently bought two KRK 8 inch Rokit studio monitors and play strait into them from hd500x. Greatest decision I ever made. Haven't played through my amp since, except to make sure it still works before I sell it. The speakers were $250 each. Sounds incredible.
  8. Is there a way to fade in your distortion? For example when moving from a clean verse to a heavy chorus? If you can't do that with the hd500x, what is the best way to do it with post production? Thanks!
  9. Some very cool sounds here. The settings are at the end of the video. They are blurry at first but become clear right before the end. I've confirmed they are correct.
  10. Bought these monitors and HD500x a few weeks ago. Will probably never play through my amp again. Sounds incredible.
  11. Read the rest of the post, steve....
  12. Finally found the little knob for mic on the back. It's very small and below something else. It's also not on the picture in the quick setup guide, and not referenced either. Strange. I do have to turn the volume way up, and I'm not sure it sounds any better than 1/4. Maybe even not as good. RobertMcCollins3, why don't you like using XLR?
  13. I have the HD500X as stated above. I started this thread before I chose between that and the Firehawk, so no big deal. I'm looking at the setup guide for the HD500x. There is a switch in the same place but it is for the FX return. I'll look again when I get home, but when I had the XLR's all connected, I tried every switch on the whole device and read everything I could find. Volume is probably just too low since it's "mic level."
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