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I cant get reverb spill over to work. If you are familiar with the Solid Gold FX Surf Rider pedal, you'll know that you can control the reverb depth via an expression pedal. This is awesome because you can make on the fly adjustments to the depth of the reverb. Also, the reverb that is generated, is not affected by subsequent expression pedal adjustments. It's just "spills over". Great for on the fly reverb stabs. Demonstrated here: https://youtu.be/wcOtj6weHHM?t=205 Is there any way to do this with the Helix? I've tried mapping Reverb Block Depth and Mix controls to my expression with Trails set to "on" but, no matter what I do, adjusting the expression pedal affects the Depth/Mix of previously generated reverb which deletes the spill over effect. I've also tried doing this with an outboard reverb through the effects loop thinking I could adjust the mix there but, same thing. Trails works fine when bypassing the verb but, I cant get spill over to work. Has anybody found a way to do this? Thankyou.
Hi there, I am sorry if this is a trivial question but I am somehow stuck: In short: I use the hx stomp for effects as well as amp modelling (with headphones attached to the stomp), I just tried to add my old eventide timefactor delay mono via fx loop L to the chain before the reverb + amp of the helix chain. So I wired everything and I added one mono fx loop, i.e.: guitar -> stomp with some effects -> fx loop L wired to timefactor and back (send and return l)-> stomp (reverb and amp). Now: whenever I activate the fx/loop all stomp effects after the loop are ignored - why? Which setting am I missing? In order to understand the situation I created the preset attached and directly shortcut the fx loop with one cable (send to return l). Same effect, as soon as I activate the fx loop, the distortion after the loop is ignored (as well as the amp). What I want is obviously that the signal runs after the loop (delay) through the remaining blocks in the stomp. Hope this makes sense and once again sorry if this question is trivial. Appreciate any help! test.hlx