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  1. Hi! Would anyone know if it is possibe to control the PowerCab 112 plus speaker models from the Helix Floor via L6 Link? I'd like to assign a powercab speaker model from a Helix preset (with L6 link, not interested in midi cables as I want to have a clean setup) so each preset can have the best sounding speaker model from the cab. I saw some discussions on this topic, but no clear conclusion on it as far as I could find. Thanks for any help! :-) Jordi
  2. Theshotski

    MIDI Control of Mesa TC-50

    I'm having a tough time getting my TC-50 head to respond to my Helix LT for amp control via MIDI. This is my first time attempting to use MIDI. I'm connected to the amp via 4cm, with the MIDI connected from the out on the helix to the in on the amp. I'm running the helix in snapshot mode. What I'm specifically trying to achieve is channel changes on the amp, along with standard effect/parameter changes in helix. Example: Footswitch 1: CLEAN on TC-50 with Helix reverb + delay Footswitch 2: LO on TC-50 with Helix overdrive + reverb Amps midi CC numbers/values for channels: CLEAN = CC 20 w/ value 64 - 127 LO = CC 21 w/ value 64 - 127 HI = CC 22 w/ value 64 - 127 Things to note. The amp also responds to midi program changes - I've noticed that if I scroll through the presets menu that my amp changes channels with varying features coming on and off. So for some reason helix is sending program changes when loading a preset. If I could isolate that function to snapshots I would also be happy, as I could use the amp's solo/reverb/fx loop options as well instead of just singular purpose CC messages. Any help much appreciated.
  3. eljingy

    Use Firehawk Remote with your pc

    you can use this emulator on your windows 10 PC, https://www.bluestacks.com/#gref Bluestacks will allow you to install the google play app Firehawk Remote. then click the keyboard once you are in to set up what keys you are using for various actions I used arrows for swipes, save it and have at it.
  4. jaybee77

    Controller Freezes

    I have the Helix Rack and Control. using FW 2.21 - updated when released and the update procedure correctly followed and rebuild done. All has been good until last night. I pressed on the control to change up to the next bank and nothing happened. then the control froze none of the switches worked. Waited awhile and it unfroze. tried changing a preset which it allowed but the next press on footswitch to change to another preset and it froze again - none of the foot switches responsive! tried reconnecting the cable at both ends, tried a new cable too - no change you can press one switch and then the next press on another switch and it frozen again. Whilst frozen - If i make changes via the rack eg change preset - the control not echoing the changes made. After various testing via powering down and back up - this problem is for all of the settings via control be it changing snapshots, bank, presets, stomp mode etc... and any setting change on the rack not shown on the control. I went into global settings - footswitches page. I noticed if i made a change to any of the settings on the footswitch page the control worked perfectly - but as soon as i leave the global footswitch page and return to the main home screen - the control freezes up again. so that leads me to believe it might be a bug rather than hardware problem. Have tried another cat 5 cable - problem still persists. My next line of thought - Is there a reset method for the rack and control? see if that fixes it. if that doesnt fix it then my questions are: is the problem Hardware or firmware. If firmware bug - what do i do. do i need to wait for this bug to be fixed in the firmware release, eg 2.3, post native release could still be sometime away? If it is hardware error - is it the control or the rack where the problem resides? Very frustrating - been building up patches and ready to go record next week for three weeks... bam it not working properly... suddenly realize how dependent you become on this device - it is the central hub of all the work. here's hoping a reset can fix it. anyone experienced this issue? anyone any thoughts? any one at line 6 any advice how to proceed with this?
  5. PROBLEM: MIDI assignments can not be stored globally. If we want to set up MIDI assignments for several stomp pedals in order to control some device such as iOS loopers or MIDI controlled effects - this has to be done PER PATCH. So this involves a lot of work if one uses several different presets for different sounds. Also one might want to send MIDI CC messages to say an iOS Looper but experiment with different patches. Or a new one. Currently this cannot be done. MIDI assignments have to be done PER PATCH. SOLUTION: Have a special block - linked to a foot-switch which - when turned on - makes some or all of the foot-switches temporarily become MIDI controllers. This would operate much in the similar fashion to how we currently enter or exit the LOOPER mode in the Helix. In this mode each switch would have dedicated scribble-strip names i could customise. If needed - some switches could still be assigned - say to an effect or a snapshot in order that one can make simple sonic changes without leaving the "MIDI mode". https://line6.ideascale.com/a/dtd/MIDI-CONTROLLER-Block-where-all-footswitches-become-MIDI-pedal/802355-23508#idea-tab-comments
  6. Hi guys, I've got a question for you. Since this is my first post on this forum I'd like to introduce myself: I am Fed, a guitarist, mixing and mastering engineer from the North of England. I am setting up a live rig with my band: a MacBook running Logic Pro X that controls our lighting system, backing tracks, my Fractal Ax8 and my guitarist's Helix LT. I've read the entire manual, done a bit of trial and error and I've managed to setup all the CC/PC and everything works properly until I move the playhead in Logic (both with the mouse or the hotkeys). Each time I move the playhead the Helix goes on tuning mode, the next time it turns off the tuning mode (and go on and on) without any apparent reason. If I save the Logic project, close the project, open it again and I start it from the top without stopping or moving the playhead at all it works fine, but the first time that I move the playhead it start to act crazy again. Are there some settings I need to change? Has someone got this problem and know how to solve it? What am I doing wrong? I can do a video if it helps you to understand, thank you in advance!
  7. geetarjohn

    Helix Native Expression Pedal

    Hi all, is it possible to control any of Natives parameters (volume/wah/delay feedback) with an external expression pedal? I've tried all sorts of routing inside Cubase Pro 9 and I can't seem to get the two sides hooked up in the same way I can with Guitar Rig/Amplitube etc. I get the impression I should be able to, but somehow can't. There's a very good chance I've overlooked something obvious though :) Is it supported yet? I'm running the latest update 1.1.0. Thanks, Jon
  8. knmwmusic

    How do I update my Helix Control?

    Hey guys I'm trying to plug my helix control into my helix rack unit but it doesn't seem to want to communicate. Every time I hook up the Control the helix tells me to update the control inorder for it to work; as soon as I press CANCEL or OK my entire unit Freezes. Any thoughts on how I can update my Control Pedal?
  9. I've watched a lot of videos... and this one is really good IMO. {Not my video or claiming it to be I just thought it was interesting and covered a lot of bases with the HELIX} Hope you get something out of it.. covers a lot of functionality of the Helix. Good stuff.
  10. Hello Line 6 forum users, I was hoping you could help advise me with a dilemma that I'm having. I want to take advantage of Line 6's promotional deal for a Mission Engineering expression pedal when purchasing a helix rack and control this month so I went to Guitar Center (as I believe they are a licensed Line 6 dealer) yesterday to do so when they informed me that the earliest that a helix rack would be able to be shipped would be on the 27th of February as they didn't have one in store. I'm concerned that while I could get a receipt today, the 20th of February, showing I purchased a helix I wouldn't have the physical unit until perhaps March, when the promotion would have expired, and consequently if the serial number was needed to register the unit (as I assume it is) that I would miss the window of the promotion. Is it possible that there may be a way that even if my unit doesn't arrive during the promotional period that I could still receive a Mission Engineering expression pedal if I had proof of purchase during the promotional period? I have attempted to contact Line 6 through both repeated calls today and yesterday to the 1 (818) 575-3600 phone number they have listed as well as through a Facebook message but have yet to receive a reply. I understand that their customer service isn't listed as being open during the weekends and, while they are shown to be available on Mondays, that today is Presidents' Day in the United States so it's understandable that they may not be at work. Ideally I'd be purchasing the helix rack and control today from Guitar Center in order to take advantage of their Presidents' Day discounts but if possible I'd like to get confirmation on whether I would be able to receive the Mission Engineering expression pedal as well. Thanks for taking the time to read and any help you can offer!
  11. BoneToner

    Will there be a Helix control 2.0?

    Apologies if this has been addressed. But is there any plan on having a helix 2.0 controller? similar to the FBV line upgrades? Is this even a possibility with the helix rack or does the software limit it to what hardware already exists? I currently have a very integrated midi/loop/rack set up and while experimenting I wish I had more foot switches to utilize similar to the RJM master mind 16/22. I know I could just buy one of those to control midi but I really love how well integrated the Helix control is just wishing it was about 1.5-2 times bigger(1 or 2 more rows). Any chance this is a possibility in the future? Or am I stick with 3rd party options?
  12. A quick setup, I have the Helix Rack and am using it with other devices like the Eventide H9. I know that via midi I can send a PC to the H9 from Helix via the Command Center. My question is if I have an expression pedal connected to the Helix, in my case it would be via the Helix Control, would I be able to use that expression pedal to send a CC via midi to the H9 so that I can adjust (as an example) the delay feedback of a particular H9 preset? Thanks
  13. shawngs

    Helix Rack Control, worth it?

    Hey guys, I'm using the Helix Rack with the Fractal Audio MFC-101 as a midi controller. Would it be worth it to purchase the Helix Control to use instead? I've used and love the MFC but I've seen a number of posts about the ease of editing on the Control. Thoughts? Pros? Cons?
  14. rossclaydon

    Helix and Control

    Can anyone reccomend a definitive 'best option' for extra expression pedals for the helix? I have the helix pedal version not the rack and have ordered a roland ev-5 for an extra expression pedal but am now worried that theres no toe switch on the ev-5 so wont be able to use switching on it? I also wondered if anyone could shed any light on the possibility of being able to use the Helix Control floorboard for the rack, but with the pedal version?? I use quite a lot of switches for signal paths stuff, like between multiple amps and IR's/cabs so doesn't leave much room for actual effects switching?? Thanks in advance!!
  15. I have a Spider IV 120 and a FBV Shortboard MKII. The FBV is connected to my computer via USB and I'm using the Line 6 FBV Control software. I want to assign the built in expression pedal that is typically controlling volume on my Spider or the external expression pedal "PEDAL 2" to whatever it is that controls the "FX3" "Mix" parameter on the Spider. In other words, I want to control the level of the mix parameter on the delay effect via one of those continuous controllers. I see things in the list like "002 - Breath Control" and "080 General Control 8", but which one of those things controls that delay mix parameter, and where do I look that up for the Spider IV 120? See attached screenshot. Thanks in advance for any help you offer!
  16. Hi! I am a brand new DT25 user. After 10 years without any guitar playing I have restarted it (played guter for 25 years). The DT25 is a amazing little box and I was extremly surprised about what Line6 did in the past years. I struggle with the control of the different Amps and their different Volume Level hat makes it pretty difficult to just use a Midi Floorboard to change between Models. I don´t want to use a HD500 because of size, price and complexity even if it is not that complex to hook it up. Maybe it is the "Guys, I have already payed for the Preamp and I don´t need more!" A solution for me is to use the Midi Event Processor Plus from Midi Solutions. Ive got a used one cheap and I can map 32 CC Events to Program Changes. 32 are enough to switch between actual 5 to 10 Amps (Sounds) plus Volume plus some slight tone control changes. For me it is mostly the presence value. Yes it works fine and the little box can be easily programmed if the CC values are available. I check it with DTEdit plus the Midi OX to analyze (send output A to input B) But if I need, or better want to change a CC setting, I have to attach it to the PC and re-programm the CC setting. Ok for home usage. But not if you go to a differnet location for jamming / playing. You have to reconfigure at least bass, presence and volume to match the locations requirements. To save a new volume level to a program change....... Cool would be a controller with PrgChg to CC Change mapping plus 2 or 3 knobs to map these settings to. Okok, you can use a Behringer DAW Controller for example but the key is something small, easy, cheap. Ok, different world but maybe therer is a solution. Maybe Line 6 accept that some users (and I read tons of similar requests, topics in the communities) want to keep it small and sinple. Maybe they come with a small controller without preamp and effects, Different world again :-) So again - I would appreciate your ideas, solutions, products (if this is allowed within a Line6 portal). Cheers, Peter
  17. Hi, I've been a BOSS user for the past 10 years, mastering every aspect Of the GT MultiFX line. I'm in the process of transitioning to The HD500x to expand and experiment with the LINE6 workflow. I bought one already but it won't arrive until next week. I would like to know if it's possible to attach a dual footswitch. According to the manual, I can plug an expression pedal into the "pedal 2" jack, but I don't need another one besides the built-in EXP. In the past, I used to plug a BOSS FS6 via TRS cable to the "CTL1,2/EXP" jack of the GT8, allowing me to freely program parameters to either of the footswitch buttons (labeled CTL 1 and 2 in the system). The GT8 allowed me to assign modes: latching or unlatching –to operate as on/off for effects– or min/max for specific parameter jumps. I believe the POD allows similar functionalities with the top row switches; nevertheless, I would want to use the BOSS FS6 with the HD500X. Has anyone done this?
  18. I use a 10" Android tablet on stage, mounted conveniently on my mic stand. It's loaded with all the band's music (40+ arrangements (and getting bigger), chords and lyrics). This needs just a touch to move from one song page to the next. I also have a Line 6 Spider IV 75 amp which has several different tones in the user banks for different songs. Even though I have set the amp up as efficiently as possible in the set running order, it's a pain (and unprofessional) turning my back to the audience to change the setting - more so when the amp is on the backline and I'm at the front of the stage. I've thought about using one of the FBV boards but I think this would be almost as bad as I'd be always staring down at the floor to change the amp settings. With the release of the new Amplifi TT, which, I gather, has wireless connectivity, I was wondering if, with a suitable app, the Amplifi TT could be mounted on top of, and used in conjunction with the SpiderIV so that I could control the amp tone settings from the tablet. Ideally, I'd want an icon on the song page that I could just touch and which would remotely change the amp to the required tone setting. Can this be done with the Amplifi TT connected to a Spider IV? If not, how could it be done?
  19. Hello everyone! I have this problem: I want to use the effects of my POD HD 500 and the distortion of my Fender Roc Pro 100 Head (with 1/4 footswitch). Whats the best solution to trigger and change the channels (clean, drive, boost, reverb) of my Fender amp through my POD and also activate POD FX? I saw some options, like MIDI RESOLUTION RELAY CONTROLLER or AMP GIZMO. Which is the best option? Someone has experience with this? How do you set up to configure POD + MIDI + AMP HEAD? Thanks a lot! Emi
  20. I recently started recording vocals with my POD, and I want to turn the XLR outputs (connected to my studio monitors) off while I am recording so that I don't get any bleed into the mic. I want the headphone output to remain on so I can monitor with headphones while recording, Is this possible, or can someone recommend some kind of external controller that will allow me to do this? Thanks, Tyler
  21. Can we add our own potentiometer to a module?
  22. First, connect the FBV via USB to the computer and use the FBV Control software. In the File>Open menu, select the ‘Gearbox’ preset for the FBV. This will store on the FBV automatically. Close FBV Control. Then, start Gearbox with the FBV still connected to the computer. Go to the Edit>Preferences window, and in the ‘MIDI/Control’ tab, select USB Audio Device for MIDI Input. Hit Apply and then, OK. The FBV will now control certain parameters of the program including Wah/Volume sweep and toggling. If you would like to change the behavior of the switches, you should than exit Gearbox and go back to FBV Control once again to assign MIDI CC Toggle messages that correspond with what they want to control in the program. You can reference the chart for Gearbox MIDI CC messages starting on page 2.14 of the following Gearbox MIDI CC Reference Guide: http://line6.com/data/6/0a060b316ac34f0593546810e/application/pdf/MIDI%20Continuous%20Controller%20Reference%20-%20English%20(%20Rev%20F%20).pdf
  23. Evening all - apologies if this has been covered elsewhere (but I can't find it...) I'd like to be able to control the volume on my POD HD500 with my Variax (JTV69) control knob. I've read that you can do it, but one of the links I've followed make it work. Has anyone a simple step-by-step guide I can follow? Thanks Paul
  24. Q: I'm on a Windows PC. Why does Line 6 FBV Control or POD HD Edit (300/400/500) programs "hang" at the logo screen and never go past this startup splash image? A: Users who have "virtual MIDI Cable" software (a known example is: Hurchalla Maple) installed on their systems may experience a stalled state where the FBV Control or POD HD Edit program logo appears onscreen and the program remains "stuck" trying to load. Please uninstall your virtual MIDI Cable software application and then try re-launching the FBV Control or POD HD Edit program. If you need to have a virtual MIDI Cable program running on your system, please consider using LoopBe1: http://www.nerds.de/data/setuploopbe1.exe or Bome's MIDI Translator Pro: http://www.bome.com/products/miditranslator
  25. Français Deutsch Explained below is a definition of the Line 6 Audio-MIDI Control Panel. It explains and defines the function of each setting within the application. The "Driver" tab Driver Operating at: The "Driver operating at:" status actually shows the sample rate and bit depth of the data going through the USB cable and the hardware. For X3, the hardware always runs at 48000 Hz, 24 bit regardless of what the driver is doing, so you'll always see 48k, 24bit. From the Gearbox Manual page 3.4 Driver Operation indicator: TonePort & GuitarPort devices - Displays what sample and bit rate the current device is operating at(or with no text if not in use). Note: POD XT devices do not utilize this feature and therefore no text will appear here when a PODxt is the selected device. These devices run at a fixed sample rate which is why you'll see the Sample Rate Converter light always on when viewing the Control Panel with a POD XT device connected. The POD XT is always converting from the custom rate to it's fixed sample rate. Similarly, the SRC light will always be on for X3, unless you're running the driver at 48kHz. Lock Format: The "Lock Format" check box affects two things. 1)All WDM applications 2)The hardware sample rate, if it isn't already locked by the hardware (like X3 or XT). From the Gearbox Manual page 3.4 Lock Driver Format: When checked, this forces the Line 6 audio driver to operate at the Sample and Bit rate settings entered in the two fields below (as opposed to following the sample rate requested by a host audio application). Note: Lock Format doesn't affect the ASIO driver. All sample rates will still work for ASIO even if Lock Format is checked. With TonePort devices, Lock Format will lock that hardware to the given sample rate. If ASIO software asks for a different sample rate, our driver will perform the necessary Sample Rate Conversion. ASIO Settings: The ASIO Settings section are the displayed settings of what you are actually running your ASIO driver at. From the Gearbox Manual page 3.3/3.4 ASIO Client: If you are running audio software that is using this Line 6 device as its ASIO sound card, the name of the software will appear here. If not in use by an ASIO software, none is displayed here as shown. Default Buffer Size: The ASIO buffer size in use. Note this field is only active when in use by an ASIO application. As your audio software documentation will likely tell you, the ASIO Buffer Size will affect the responsiveness and latency of the audio. The lower the setting, the faster the response, but with the trade-off of higher processor usage and the risk of audio dropouts. Raise the value if you are getting inconsistent playback or recording in the audio software. Basically, 512 is generally a good average setting.* Default Bit Depth: The ASIO bit depth in use. Note this field is only active when in use by an ASIO application. It is best to use the highest bit rate your ASIO software will support to ensure high quality audio. Sample Rate Converter: TonePorts support 44.1 and 48 kHz sample rates natively. Some TonePorts also support 88 and 96 kHz sample rates by way of an internal sample rate converter. This indicator lights up to show you when this converter is active, which can be any time your ASIO software is requesting a different sample rate than what your device natively supports. TonePort UX8 supports 44.1, 48, 88.2 and 96 kHz sample rates natively, meaning that these sample rates are not converted. The Inputs and Recording tab: From the Gearbox Manual page 3.5: Input Source Select:* This is a mirrored control for the Source Select within the GearBox application where it allows the user to select which physical input is used on the device. Note that this control is ONLY selectable when the GearBox software is not in use by the current device. When GearBox is in use, it remains grayed out, but displays the current Source that is selected within GearBox. When Gearbox is not in use by the selected Line 6 device, this Input Source Select, like the Source Select in the GearBox application, offers a list of input options. GuitarPort and PODxt devices are always fixed to only route their instrument 1 /4 input signal into GearBox. When a GuitarPort or PODxt is the selected device, this Input Source Select list offers only Instrument as the source. F.A.Q. zur Line 6 Audio-MIDI Steuerung: Im Folgenden sind die Funktionen des Line 6 Audio-MIDI erklärt: Der "Driver" Reiter: Driver Operating at: Der "Driver Operating at:"Status zeigt Ihnen die Samplerate und Bitauflösung der Daten an, die durch das USB Kabel und die Hardware gehen. Für das X3, die Hardware läuft immer auf 48kHz, 24bit egal was der Treiber macht also wird Ihnen immer 48kHz, 24bit angezeigt. Aus dem GearBox Benutzerhandbuch, Seite 3.4: Driver Operation Anzeige: TonePort und GuitarPort Geräte: Anzeige der Samplerate und Bitauflösung des derzeit angeschlossenen Gerätes (oder ohne Text wenn es nicht benutzt wird). Achtung, PODxt Geräte benutzen diese Eigenschaft nicht und somit wird dann auch kein Text angezeigt, wenn ein PODxt ausgewählt wird. Diese Geräte laufen mit einer festgesetzten Samplerate, deshalb wird das Sample Rate Converter Licht immer an sein wenn Sie die Steuerung mit einem PODxt Gerät öffnen. Das PODxt wird immer von der benutzerdefinierten Samplerate auf seine festgesetzte Samplerate konvertieren. So wird das SRC Licht auch immer bei einem X3 angeschaltet sein außer Sie lassen den Treiber auf 48kHz laufen. Lock Format: Das Lock Format Kontrollkästchen beeinflusst zwei Dinge: Alle WDM Programme. Die Hardware Samplerate, sofern diese nicht von der Hardware festgesetzt ist. Aus dem GearBox Benutzerhandbuch, Seite 3.4: Lock Driver Format: Wenn diese Option angekreuzt ist, wird der Line 6 Audiotreiber dazu gezwungen mit der unten eingegebenen Samplerate und Bitauflösung zu arbeiten. Im Gegensatz zur Einhaltung der Samplerate die vom Audio Programme angefordert wird. Achtung, Lock Format beeinflusst nicht den ASIO Treiber. Alle Sampleraten werden weiterhin für ASIO funktionieren auch wenn Lock Format angekreuzt ist. Mit TonePort Geräten wird Lock Format die Hardware auf die angegebene Samplerate fixieren. Wenn ASIO Software nach einener anderen Samplerate fragt wird unser Treiber die nötige Konvertierung vornehmen. ASIO Settings: Die Sektion der ASIO Settings zeigt alle Einstellungen des ASIO Treibers an die tatsächlich laufen. Aus dem GearBox Benutzerhandbuch, Seite 3.3/3.4: ASIO Client: Wenn Sie eine Audio Software benutzen, die das Line 6 Gerät als ASIO Soundkarte verwendet, wird der Name der Software hier erscheinen. Wenn es nicht mit ASIO Software verwendet wird, wird hier "none" stehen. Default Buffer Size: Die ASIO Buffergröße in Benutzung. Achtung, dieses Feld ist nur dann aktiv, wenn es mit einem ASIO Programm benutzt wird. Die ASIO Buffergröße wird die Reaktionsfähigkeit und Latenz des Tons beeinflussen. Je tiefer diese Einstellung, umso schneller die Resonanz. Dies führt jedoch zu einer höheren Prozessorauslastung und man riskiert Audio Aussetzer. Erhöhen Sie diesen Wert wenn Sie einen unbeständigen Ton in Ihrer Audio Software erhalten. Am Allgemeinen ist 512 eine gute, durchschnittliche Einstellung. Default Bit Depth: Die ASIO Bitauflösung in Benutzung. Achtung, dieses Feld ist nur dann aktiv, wenn es mit einem ASIO Programm benutzt wird. Am besten benutzen Sie die höchste, von Ihrer ASIO Software unterstützte, Bitauflösung um eine hohe Audioqualität zu gewährleisten. Sample Rate Converter: TonePorts unterstützen von Haus aus 44.1 und 48kHz Sampleraten. Manche TonePorts unterstützen sogar 88 und 96kHz Sampleraten anhand eines internen Konverters. Diese Anzeige leuchtet auf um Ihnen zu zeigen, dass dieser Konverter aktiv ist. Dies kann jederzeit geschehen, wenn Ihre ASIO Software eine unterschiedliche Samplerate erfordert als die, die Ihr Gerät nativ unterstützt. TonePort UX8 unterstützt 44.1, 48, 88.2 und 96kHz Sampleraten, was bedeutet, dass keine Kovertierung stattfindet. Der Input and Recording Reiter: Aus dem GearBox Benutzerhandbuch, Seite 3.5: Input Source Select ist eine Spiegelung des Source Select des GearBox Programmes, welches Ihnen die Möglichkeit gibt, den physischen Eingang, der auf Ihrem Gerät genutzt werden soll, auwählen zu können. Achtung, diese Eisntellung ist nur dann auswählbar, wenn die GearBox Software derzeit nicht von einem Gerät benutzt wird. Wenn diese von einem Gerät in Benutzung ist, wird die Einstellung grau bleiben aber Ihnen die derzeitige Quelle anzeigen, die im GearBox ausgewählt ist. Wenn GearBox nicht von einem Gerät in Benutzung ist, dann können Sie hier, wie beim Source Select der GearBox Software eine Liste von Eingangsoptionen benutzen. GuitarPort und PODxt Geräte sind immer festgesetzt, um ausschließlich den "Instrument" 6.35mm Eingang ins GearBox zu nutzen. Wenn also ein GuitarPort oder PODxt das ausgewählte Gerät ist dann hat diese Input Source Select Liste nur eine Option, "Instrument". TonePort UX8 hat einen größeren Satz Optionen, schauen Sie sich dazu den Inputs & Recordings Reiter an. Panneau de configuration Line 6 Audio-MIDI: F.A.Q. Explications des options du Line 6 Audio-MIDI: Le tab Driver: Driver operating at: Le statut "Driver operating at:" vous montre la fréquence d'échantillonnage et la profondeur de bits des données traversant le câble USB et le hardware. Pour le X3, le hardware est toujours à 48000 Hz, 24bit n'importe quoi le pilote fait. Vous voyez toujours 48k, 24bit. Retiré de la page 3.4 du manuel d'utilisation Gearbox: Indicateur Driver Operation: Appareils TonePort & GuitarPort: Affiche la fréquence d'échantillonnage et la profondeur de bits à laquelle l'appareil fonctionne. (Aucun texte si l'appareil n'est pas en cours d'utilisation.) Attention, les appareils PODxt n'utilisent pas cette option donc aucun texte n'apparaît si un appareil PODxt est connecté. Ces appareils fonctionnent à une fréquence d'échantillonnage fixée donc la lumière "Sample Rate Converter" est toujours allumée si un appareil PODxt est connecté. Le PODxt toujours convertit la fréquence personnalisée à sa fréquence fixée. De même façon, la lumière SRC est aussi toujours allumée avec un appareil X3, sauf vous exécutez le pilote à 48kHz. Lock Format: La case à cocher "Lock Format" affecte deux choses: Toutes les applications WDM. La fréquence d'échantillonnage du hardware si ce n'est pas fixé par le hardware (comme X3 ou XT). Retiré de la page 3.4 du manuel d'utilisation Gearbox: "Lock Driver Format": Si coché, cette option force le pilote Line 6 de fonctionner à la fréquence d'échantillonnage et profondeur de bits entrés ci-dessous. Contrairement à l'utilisation de la fréquence d'échantillonnage demandé par l'application audio. Attention, Lock Format n'affecte pas le pilote ASIO. Toutes les fréquences d'échantillonnage fonctionnent même si Lock Format est coché. Pour les appareils TonePort, Lock Format verrouille le hardware à la fréquence d'échantillonnage donné. Si le logiciel ASIO demande une fréquence d'échantillonnage différente, notre pilote effectue la conversion de fréquence d'échantillonnage nécessaire. ASIO Settings: La section ASIO Settings affiche les réglages vous exécutez le pilote ASIO réellement. Retiré de la page 3.3/3.4 du manuel d'utilisation Gearbox: ASIO Client: Si vous exécutez un programme qui utilise l'appareil Line 6 comme carte de son ASIO, le nom du logiciel apparais ici. S'il n'est pas utilisé d'un logiciel ASIO, "none" sera affichée ici. Default Buffer Size: Ce montre la taille de buffer ASIO en utilisation. Cet espace est seulement active si utilisé par une application ASIO. Cette taille de buffer ASIO affectera la réactivité et latence du audio. Abaissement de cette option améliore la réactivité mais l'utilisation du processeur augmente et on risque le décrochage du son. Augmentez ce valeur si vous recevez du audio inconsistant dans le logiciel audio. Normalement, 512 est un réglage bon moyenne. Default Bit Depth: Ce montre la profondeur de bits ASIO en utilisation. Cet espace est seulement active si utilisé par une application ASIO. Utilisez le plus haut réglage que votre logiciel ASIO soutient pour garantir une haute qualité audio. Sample Rate Converter: Les TonePorts soutiennent les fréquences d'échantillonnage 44.1 et 48kHz nativement. Certains TonePorts soutiennent 88 et 96kHz aussi avec un convertisseur de fréquence d'échantillonnage interne. L'indicateur s'allume si ce convertisseur est active, que peut-être n'importe quand votre logiciel ASIO demande une fréquence d'échantillonnage différente que laquelle votre appareil soutient nativement. Le TonePort UX8 soutient les fréquences d'échantillonnage 44.1, 48, 88.2 et 96kHz nativement que veut dire que ces fréquences d'échantillonnage ne sont pas converties. Le tab Inputs and Recording: Retiré de la page 3.5 du manuel d'utilisation Gearbox: Input Source Select: C'est un réglage reflète du Source Select dans l'application GearBox, ce réglage vous permet de sélecter quel entrée physique est utilisée sur l'appareil. Attention, ce réglage est seulement sélectionnable si le logiciel GearBox n'est pas en cours d'utilisation de l'appareil. Si GearBox est en cours d'utilisation, il reste grisé mais affiche la source actuelle du GearBox. Si GearBox n'est pas en cours d'utilisation, cette sélection vous offre une liste des options d'entrées. GuitarPort et PODxt sont fixés ici, ils font passer seulement le signal d'entrée 6.35mm "Instrument" dans le GearBox. Donc, si un GuitarPort ou PODxt est l'appareil choisis, cette liste Input Source Select a uniquement "Instrument" comme source. Le TonePort UX8 a un nombre plus vaste des options. Veuillez visiter le tab Inputs & Recording.
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