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About massimosevero

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  1. there is a meter in helix native, input and output, so it should be easy to do the same in the floor or LT
  2. I have no issues with the helix tuner, I have the polytune and boss tuner.... but really...don't need them in live gigs...maybe not the best tuner in the world but surely usable
  3. if you don't need the interface for a recording use there are many options like the apogee jam ot the irig ik multimedia. if you want a real audio interface the only advice is to look for something with a good hi-z input. quality depends on your budget
  4. I own both too, love both! don't know witch is better, they're different, like a blonde and a brunette :-) ( helix is the blonde )
  5. they work great in both situation, my helix is floor model and kemper is in my studio rack, mostly for convenience. I tried kemper in live and helix in recording, but..don't know, maybe I'm used to this set up and I'm confortable this way. in studio I mainly use amp sound, just few effects, and kemper is very, very realistic. on stage I love the the control of the helix and it sounds awesome.
  6. i have 2 of them, helix for live and kemper in my studio, don't need anything else
  7. ah ok, I was talking about 710 or 712. the 732 is similar to hd32 (this one is better ). both are really good speakers.
  8. of course hd speakers are better..in fact they cost twice the 7 series
  9. many rcf speakers have the same amplifier, they are 750 w rms, ( for sure all 7 series and evox) so the answer is yes, loud enough :-)
  10. electric and acoustic, for me it's great, I also have 2 rcf 710 but evox sounds fuller, bigger and with more definition, it's expensive but very easy to set and to carry.
  11. but it's a mini array system, not a monitor speaker
  12. I have evox 8 system...it sounds great
  13. I always use the helix, but sometimes the people is too close and I'm afraid someone kicks or spills drinks on my helix, it's obvious that I prefer to use the gear over the plugin, it's only a live back up
  14. but if I want to use it in live situation (in some crowded place I'm afraid to use my helix), I would like to control it with my bluetooth pedalboard and change the patches like I do with the gear...it will be possible?
  15. I think helix reverb is just sufficient, but when you try something better ( strymon for example) you see a biiiiiiig difference, it's like when you drive a audi and it's great, but if you drive a ferrari the audi looks like a yaris!!!! reverbs are a priority for me, I use many ambience presets, I'm fine with delays ( not the best but very good) and modulations, but need better quality reverbs. P.s. kemper delays get a different approach but they're doing a great job
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