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I just installed Helix Native and try to use it inside latest Cubase (11.0.41). My Windows 10 computer has two 4k Monitors connected. When the VSt window opens I see the Helix UI only very small, so I activate the "Allow window to be resized" function on the window. Window closes for some seconds and comes back in resized fashion. But as soon as it reappears a loud hissing sound (volume bar of channel shows -19 dB) can be heard. This happens every time I activate or de-activate the "allow window to be resized" function. To stop the hiss, I have to remove the HelixNative plugin from the channel's insert slot and have to re-select it there again. Is anybody aware of this issue? Is there perhaps another way to resize the plugin window for HiDPI displays (AFAIK the Cubase function "allow window to be resized" is only meant for legacy VSTs that are not aware of HiDPI)? best regards
HI all, I purchased a helix for the cubase promotion that Line6 are running and I am wondering if someone can advise on how to do the following below. I have the helix connected via USB to my Windows 10 machine and I would like to listen to the wet input channel on either my standard USB speakers or my USB headphones in Cubase. Ultimately, I would like to just record what I hear. So the chain is: Guitar -> Helix -> Computer -> headphones (or other Windows speakers) then have Cubase record that input and I can listen to it at the same time. In Cubase - I have selected Helix ASIO on Input1 / Input2 (and I can see the lovely VU meters respond) on Helix ASIO. So I know it is seeing the guitar input. My outputs are selected as Helix ASIO Output1/Output2 in Cubase. But I hear nothing. If anyone has done this and can save me watching hours of countless YouTube videos. that would be awesome. Andy