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  1. Hello, I am new to this forum, but I recently ordered a Helix LT and I hope to receive it tomorrow. Online I found out that it’s possible to send wireless MIDI signals (Previous Song, Next Song) to OnSong on an iPad. I have always been using a PageFlip pedal for these signals, so it would be great if I could get rid of this extra pedal. Apparently it’s possible to buy some wireless MIDI adapter that’s able to send MIDI over Bluetooth to my iPad, but I am already using my MIDI Out for my Eventide H9 pedal... Is it somehow possible to send wireless MIDI over the USB B output to my iPad? Many thanks in advance!
  2. I have hxstomp and es-8 from boss to controll snapshot and other pedals. This problem happens.↓↓ ・Send midi message from es-8 to hxstomp to change snapshot1→2 or 2→3 etc... Usually hxstomp responses it, but sometimes does not. Do you think why this problem happen? If you have same issues, please help me.
  3. Hi, I am having issues with snapshot recall using midi messages sent via a Boss ES-5. I have three patches set on the Stomp with three different amps clean, dirty and lead. Each Stomp patch has Snapshot one with the FX loop off, and Snapshot two turns the FX loop on. I am using PC messages from the ES-5 to change the patches, followed by a CC#69-00 for snapshot one and CC#69-01 for snapshot two. This works perfectly well when the PC command sent is identical to the last one but it seems that the Stomp is receiving a duplicated PC midi message when ever a new PC message is sent. Here is a Pocket Midi trace: C0 63 B0 45 00 C0 63 B0 45 01 C0 63 B0 45 00 C0 64 B0 45 00 C0 64 C0 64 B0 45 01 C0 63 B0 45 01 C0 63 As you can see, then the PC message stays on 63, it receives PC>CC but when it changes from 63 to 64 it receives PC>CC>PC. As the last PC message has no CC associated with it, the patch then defaults to Snapshot one. This is the second midi controller I've tried using with the Stomp, previously using a PXL8-Live and both are exhibiting the same behaviour. Is it normal midi protocol to repeat a PC command when the PC messages changes. If so this does limit the Snapshot feature of the Stomp. MAJOR EDIT TIME: It is the Stomp at fault here. I'm now sending messages direct to the Stomp via USB so I know exactly what I'm sending. For every new PC command I send, the Stomp reads two; send the same command and it reads just the one, see attached image. Is this correct midi behaviour for the Stomp or is my unit faulty?!
  4. I have a late 2009 MacBook Pro model 5,3 running Mac OS 10.9.6 (Mavericks) and using the Firewire 400 interface with a MOTU 8Pre Audio Interface. The 8 Pre has a single MIDI port (IN/OUT) that I have been using to connect my Floor POD Plus to the laptop running the Vyzex Editor/Librarian. Everything was fine...I would start up Vyzex and the Floor POD Plus would be found and the download from it would commence and I could do all of the great things the editor facilitated. Then the power supply assembly of my MOTU interface quit working and the MOTU unit would not even turn on, much less process any audio or MIDI data. I replaced the power supply assembly and the MOTU seems to work fine - all the inputs and outputs work as before...except...now, when I fire up the Vyzex software, it does not find my Floor POD Plus. I've checked, changed, and verified over and over all the Mac OS Audio/MIDI settings. The OS is seeing and recognizing the MOTU interface MIDI port. I have other MIDI ports being used by other equipment and they seem to work fine in the Mac OS. The Vyzex software error messages tell me to reset the MIDI IN/OUT ports in the software, which I do and still get no recognition of the Floor POD Plus. I employed the MIDI Monitor feature of the Vyzex software and see MIDI data being broadcast by the Floor POD Plus when I move the volume pedal, press any foot switches, or turn any of the knobs. I got a stand-alone MIDI Monitor program and installed it on the computer, and again, I see MIDI traffic on the bus from the Floor POD Plus. So the Floor POD Plus MIDI OUT function seems to work, but the Vyzex software is not seeing it. I don't know if the Floor POD Plus MIDI IN is the problem such that it isn't seeing the interrogation message from Vyzex and doesn't know to respond to the message, or if it is something to do with the Vyzex software setup. Now, more often than not, the Vyzex software freezes because MIDI OUT data from the Floor POD Plus is swamping the software MIDI interface. This is driving me insane. I've reinstalled the MOTU Interface drivers. I've resinstalled the Vyzex software. I've changed out MIDI cables attaching the Floor POD Plus to the MOTU Interface. I don't know what else to try since it worked before the MOTU Interface power supply failed. Is there a way to completely reset the Floor POD Plus so that the MIDI IN/OUT port is reset to some factory default condition. Maybe there is a MIDI Buffer in the unit that needs to be cleared. Any ideas would be much appreciated.
  5. ROLAND FC-300 SYSEX Mode for HX STOMP has been updated to version 2.0! I recently purchased a pair of CME WIDI Master, and found how well it works with SYSEX messages, unlike the Yamaha BT-01 I was using before. This has meant that my Layout for the Roland FC-300 is now fully Wireless, so I've taken the opportunity to update it to version 2.0. It is now quite a bit more complex, including memory for 9 banks of 5 presets. It has also been redesigned to look better. This MIDI Layout is an example of how MIDI Designer 2 can control several devices at once, establishing communication between them all. Without needing a single cable. It is composed of about 1000 lines of Streambyter code, necessary to control the SYSEX implementation of the FC-300, at the same time that it controls the HX Stomp. This means having implemented a complete customized SYSEX mode so that both devices work together in a logical way. The Roland FC-300 is battery powered, so with the CME WIDI Master, the iPad, and this Layout it has become a great device to remotely control the HX Stomp. The FC-300 may not be the most popular MIDI controller today, but it is the only one in the world to have a SYSEX mode specifically designed for the HX Stomp! Someone interested on a HELIX version?
  6. Wouldn't it be wonderful if our HX Stomp had a dedicated professional, gig worthy, Plug & Play controller, where you don't have to program anything? What if it could also work with batteries, and... completely wireless? Better with a large touch screen as H.U.D? ROLAND FC-300 SYSEX MODE For HX STOMP https://gum.co/AnHuek Version 2.0 Main view: Looper view: Version 2.0 - JAN-24-2021 Version 1.0 - MAY-24-2020 This is a MIDI Layout Made to work with MIDI Designer Pro 2 (sold separately). Allows to use a Roland FC-300 MIDI pedalboard with the Line 6 HX STOMP, using SYSEX messages to control all the onboard LEDs, expression pedals and footswitches. Plug & Play. No config needed. All Wireless!! Using a pair of CME WIDI MASTER, both the FC-300 and the HX STOMP connects with the iPad to control your HX Stomp Wirelessly! Requires some aditional hardware. Please read carefully the following requeriment list. Covering the entire Roland FC-300 SYSEX specification plus the HX STOMP MIDI implementation to make them work seamlessly together. All Plug&Play! Does not require any user configuration. More than 1000 lines of Stream Byter code! About 100 hours of single man work! Full control over the Roland FC-300 onboard LEDs, 3-Digit Screen (showing preset numbers), LCD Screen (2 x 16 characters), and both Expression pedals, all synced with your HX STOMP! Requeriments: Line 6 HX STOMP Apple iPad + MIDI Designer 2 + this MIDI Layout Roland FC-300 A pair or MIDI interfaces (one for each device) Recommended MIDI Interfaces: Wireless: 2X CME WIDI MASTER (two units) OR... a Yamaha MD-BT01 AND a CME WIDI MASTER (the Yamaha doesn't work for the FC-300, but it does for the HX Stomp) Wired: Roland UM-ONE MIDI Interface (connected to the FC-300, then to the Apple Lighning to USB3 camera adapter) Apple Lightning to USB 3.0 camera adapter CME WIDI MASTER or Yamaha MD-BT01 Wireless MIDI Interface (connected to the HX Stomp) Making connections: Wireless: - Connect both MIDI-BT devices to the FC-300 and the HX STOMP. Then stablish connections with your iPad using the "Connect" button. Wired: - Connnect the Roland UM-ONE MIDI DINs (In, Out) to the Roland FC-300, then plug the USB to the Apple Lighning to USB 3.0 camera adapter, plugged to your Ipad. - Plug your MIDI BT interface to your HX Stomp, then use the "Connect" button to stablish wireless connection. Features: Premapped SYSEX Mode to make both devices work seamlessly together. Control over all the presets on the FX STOMP (125) Expression Pedals with real-time movement on the iPad screen. Bypass and Tuner functions assigned to the Footswitches under the Exp pedals (including On/Off LEDs) 3 FS assigned to Snapshots (1/3 LEDs active) One FS to Switch Stomp and Preset Modes, that also works as Tap Tempo. 5 FS (lower row on the FC-300) with double function: single press to turn On/Off effects, Long Press to change presets 1-5 (Internal memory for 9 banks X 5 Presets) Looper Controls onscreen Control over the FC-300 screen brightness and ECO mode. V2 Improvements: Selectors for each of the 5 footswitches dedicated to program changes Memory for 9 internal "Banks" (so, 9x5 presets) Four buttons for the HX Stomp modes included in the Looper view New "Credits" and "Connect" buttons Preset Mode: Stomp Mode: Cheat Sheets: Main View: Looper View:
  7. HELIX Wireless MIDI Controller (iPad) has been updated to version 1.1 !! 1- Main View 2- Setlist View 3- Presets View 4- BlueBoard View
  8. 2021 Updated! V1.1 is Now online! This is a Premium MIDI Layout made for Line 6 Helix devices: Helix Floor, Helix LT or Helix Rack. Requires MIDI Designer Pro 2 (IOS app, sold separately) Full tactile control over your Helix using MIDI over Bluetooth or MIDI-USB connections. Hardware and Software requirements: Line 6 Helix, Helix LT or Helix Rack MIDI Designer Pro 2 (IOS App, sold separately) Apple iPad MIDI Interface (wireless or wired) Changes Log: 16 January 2021 - Updated to 1.1 Improved design BlueBoard screen added Extended visual Input: Now this Layout can receive CC69 (Snapshots), values [0,1,2] if you have configured your device to send such data in Command Center. The same is applied to CC1 and CC2 (EXP pedals). These changes must be saved per preset basis in your device. Recommended MIDI Interfaces: Wireless: Yamaha MD-BT01 or CME WIDI Master Wired (using Helix USB): Apple Lightning to USB3 Camera Adapter Wired (MIDI to USB): Roland UM-ONE MKII + Apple Lightning to USB3 Camera Adapter Included support (optional): Embedded suport for the IK Multimedia Blueboard Bluetooth LE Modes: Mode B (Half/Full speed, Undo/Redo, Play/Stop, Rec/Overdub) Mode C (Snapshots 1-4) Includes a Small MIDI implementation to replicate the BlueBoard behaviour with any other configurable MIDI device (Airturn, Airstep, Pirate MIDI Bridge6/4, Morningstar, etc) A bit of tech stuff: The operation of this MIDI Layout is based on the current MIDI implementation available on Line 6 Helix devices. This means that the limits of what or how can be controlled are determined by the manufacturer (to a large extent). The practical translation of this fact is that: There are some functions in the Helix that are not controllable, simply because there is no CC assigned to whatever. There are some things in the Helix that receive MIDI but they do not send it. A clear example are the footswitches (FS). For this reason, it is not possible to show a synchronized status (on/off) on the controller's screen. For this type of controls, it will only be possible to send a status change message, so the buttons will be of a momentary type. Helix does not send the names of presets or setlists via MIDI -something that would normally use SYSEX messages or the Line 6's own protocol. Description: 1- Main Screen. From this screen you can control the main functions of your Helix. Some elements receives the MIDI information that your Helix sends and display it on the screen, such as bank and program changes. Others are used to send commands to activate and deactivate elements such as footswitches. A few elements are bi-directional, such as looper controls (broken feature in the 3.0/3.01 Firmware. Waiting for the upcoming 3.1 Helix firmware update). As you already know, the Helix does not send us the setlists names. However, you will be able to rename your Setlists on the controller easily from this screen, simply by pressing the "Setlist" button to write names coincident with those of your Helix. 2-Setlist Screen The main function of this screen is to navigate comfortably between the eight banks of your Helix, but we can also select a preset in each of the 8 banks, and toggle between them at the touch of a button. There are also controls that receive information from your Helix, like these three large screens showing the current MIDI PC, Bank, and Preset (ABCD). The eight Snapshots and the most relevant looper controls are also present here. 3- Preset Screen On this screen, the idea is to have quick and immediate access to all the Presets (and Setlists) of your Helix. Snapshot selection controls are also present, as well as the looper, tap tempo and tuner buttons. 4- BlueBoard Screen This new screen provides embedded support for the iRig BlueBoard. Two units can be used simultaneosly. A small MIDI implementation is also included, to use with any other configurable MIDI controller (Airturn, Airstep, Pirate MIDI Bridge, Morningstar...) CHEAT SHEETS 1- Main View 2- Setlist View 3- Presets View 4- BlueBoard View
  9. Hello! Can the Helix Control be used to control Native via USB? I am looking to play through Native housed in MainStage for live performance. If not, is this likely to come in future updates? What other product can do what I'm looking for? Thanks everyone!
  10. Tested with my Helix Floor, HX Stomp and HX Effects. None of them are sending Looper MIDI Out commands anymore after the 3.0/3.01 firmware. Also... The label "Redo" no longer appears on the Helix Floor or HX Effects Scribble Strips.
  11. Hey guys! Abolutely loving 3.0 so far. I have a MIDI related question that hopefully somebody can help me with. I am running my HX Stomp with a Specular Tempus and am having some problems getting it to communicate. The tap tempo is working fine from the Stomp but is it possible to programme it to do this: - Snapshot 1 in my stomp uses patch A in Tempus - Snapshot 2 in my stomp also uses patch A in Tempus - Snapshot 3 in my stomp switches to patch B in Tempus I don't want to change bank on the tempus - I just want it to change to patch B from A when I hit footswitch 3 (snapshot 3) and vice versa. I seem to have tried everything including the new command center but can't seem to get it to work. Is this doable?
  12. https://flic.kr/s/aHsmTy4i5b HX STOMP Wireless MIDI Controller (Premium MIDI Layout for MIDI Designer PRO 2, IOS) Now available!! Version 1.4 Changes Log: 10 January, 2021: v 1.4 (Current) 21 March, 2019: v 1.3 17 March, 2019: Version 1.2 7 March, 2019: Version 1.1 6 March, 2019: Final version 1.0 3 March, 2019: Release Candidate 1 Free Updates for any costumer. 1 - Main View This covers all of the HX Stomp MIDI implementation. An additional "Connections" button is included to quickly connect your MIDI over Bluetooth devices. 2 - Setlist View Select 8 presets in any order, and switch easily between them. Store automatically your setlists in 8 banks. 3 - Preset View Navigate over your entire preset catalog, while keeping the most relevant functionality at the same screen. 4 - Favs View Easy access to your favourite presets with 72 labeled, color coded blocks in ABC format. 5 - BlueBoard View Embedded support for the iRig BlueBoard (two of them simultaneously). Also compatible with any other configurable MIDI Device. Changes Log: 1.4 - Reworked whole Layout design 1.3 - Reworked Favorites screen - Blueboard Looper fixed - Undo button changed to momentary - Many minor graphic changes 1.2 - Bidirectional MIDI support, better overall design 1.1 - Added support for IK Multimedia Blueboard LE modes B & C V1.4 Cheat Sheets: 1- Main View 2 - Setlist View 3- Preset View 4- Favs View 5- BlueBoard View
  13. The long awaited 1.4 Update for the HX Stomp MIDI Controller (IOS) Now Available!! : Free update for previous users (just check your in-box).
  14. Hi all! Hopefully this is an easy question to answer - I searched existing topics but couldn't find it anywhere. The question is - If you use snapshots as the controller to turn blocks on and off, can you also use a midi controller to switch them on and off? Background: I have a HX Stomp and am thinking about getting an MC6 to expand the capabilities. I'd like the three footswitches on the stomp to be snapshot select, with the mc6 doing both preset switching and individual stomps on/off. But I am concerned that if I have a snapshot switch a stomp on or off, I can't then set the controller to midi without removing the snapshot control. Hopefully that makes sense. Thanks!
  15. This is a Premium MIDI Layout for MIDI DESIGNER PRO 2 ( IOS App, sold separately) Specially made to work with a iCon G-Board and a HX STOMP. Provides all the logic to sync the eight onboard LEDs on the iCon G-Board with your iPad and your HX STOMP. 3-Way MIDI made easy! Requires an Apple CCK USB3 connected to A.C. to feed both the iPad and the G-Board, and a Wireless MIDI-BT device to work. Provides full hardware support for the iCon G-Board (MIDI footcontroller), including the eight onboard LEDs. Also works as an enterely wireless MIDI controller (using the Yamaha MD-BT01 or the CME WIDI Master wireless adapter) NOW AVAILABLE iCon G-Board for HX STOMP (iPad) - Updated to version 1.2 !! Changes Log: v1.2 Update - Jan 6 2021 Important changes: Now we're using the "Logic" profile in G-Board iMap. Please update your config if you were using a previous version of this Layout. Now your G-Board doubles as a Mackie MIDI controller when is connected to a computer using Logic Pro (OSX). This means that Logic also controls the LEDs! Improved graphic design (again) v1.1 Update - Jan 3 2021 Secondary screen added (Presets) Improved graphic design. Now the controller can receive CC69 (Snapshots), values [0,1,2] if they are configured to send such data in Command Center (this settings are saved per preset) Now the controller can receive CC1 & CC2 (EXP pedals) if they are configured to send such data in Command Center (this settings are saved per preset) Features: Preconfigured support for the iCon Gboard, including 8 LEDs 4 Presets (upper row), 3 Snapshots and 1 momentary Super footswitch capable to emulate FS 1-5 of your HX Stomp (selectable on the controller side) Save up to 8 Banks (A-H) x 4 Presets Each Bank is represented with a funny icon Receives MIDI from your HX STOMP (Program Changes, Looper) EXP 1-2 faders with Max/Min button Ease of operation (single screen, big text, colorful elements) Also works using a computer with HX Edit, all four devices connected at the same time. Also works without the G-Board present (as a Wireless MIDI controller for your HX STOMP) Can be used together simultaneously with a computer connected to USB (to use HX Edit o whatever) Doubles as a Mackie MIDI controller when the G-Board is direcly connected to a computer using Logic Pro (OSX). This means that Logic also controls the LEDs! Hardware requirements: HX Stomp iCon G-Board MIDI Designer Pro 2 (IOS) Apple iPad Apple Lightning to USB3 Camera Adapter + cables and charger. This is used to feed both the iPad and the G-Board. MIDI Interface (Yamaha MD-BT01, or CME WIDI Master) 1- Main View: 2: Main view Cheat sheet: 2- Preset View: 2- Preset View Cheat sheet: G-Board (IOS, using this Layout): Making Connections: G-Board iMap Config (required): Maybe the iCon G-Board has ever called your attention as a possible partner for your HX STOMP. It's small, light, and has those typical guitar switches ... It connects via USB and has no power connector, you also can't store presets banks, and... don't even have a screen! But it can be powered through the Apple CCK USB 3 (also feeding the iPad), it is in a Class-Compliant device, it has eight beautiful LEDs on board, and the most important thing: it also receives MIDI! Therefore, we just need a brain for it, something like an iPad, the wonderful MIDI Designer Pro 2 app, a wireless MIDI interface, and spend several dozen hours to create a semi-decent MIDI template. Or you can spend a few bucks to have this one: https://gumroad.com/l/bcZWg The top row controls the presets, which you choose from your iPad by sliding your finger on the selectors. Only one of the four LEDs will remain active, both on the pedalboard and on your screen. You can also automatically save 8 banks of 4 presets (A-H), each of them identified with a funny icon in the upper right of the screen. The lower row contains the three Snapshot footswitches. Again, only the LED from the last selected FS will remain active. The button in the lower right corner of the pedalboard is something special: it works in momentary mode and can act as any of the HX Stomp footswitches, from one to five. There is a 5-position selector around this footswitch, whose buttons also function as momentary push-buttons, so you can also activate them from the screen. The large preset marker at the top center of the screen receives MIDI from the HX STOMP, as well as the looper buttons (remember that for the looper to work, it must be included in the effect chain) You will also find other usual controls such as the mode selector, the Tap Tempo button, tuner, bypass, etc. All this in a single-screen, colorful interface. No configuration is required by the user. Perhaps the easiest way in the world to use your HX STOMP. Seriously. So easy to use that even a child will want to do it. We could consider that it is a form of semi-tethered connection, in the sense that we will connect the iPad and the pedal board to each other, and both to an AC connector through the USB3 CCK, on the one hand, and the data will travel wirelessly to the HX STOMP, which It can be a few meters away, sitting calmly on top of your amp, while your iPad faces the stage. Sit on your couch with your iPad and your G-Board, and enjoy your HX STOMP with this superb controller. It also works without the G-Board! (so you can use it right now, while ordering your G-Board at your nearest store) See you soon! Ed.
  16. This is a Premium MIDI Layout made for Line 6 HX EFFECTS devices. Requires MIDI Designer Pro 2 (IOS app, sold separately) Full tactile control over your HX EFFECTS using Bluetooth or USB. v1.0 Released! - 20 December 2020 - Now Available!!: https://gumroad.com/l/FeAfu 1 - Main View 2- Setlist View 3- Preset View 4- Blueboard View Features: Includes all the HX EFFECTS MIDI implementation based on the current firmware. Shows both standard MIDI Program Changes numbering (0-127) and ABCD format (32X4) Saves your spine! Almost any usual operation can be done from the controller side, and provides many advanced features almost impossible to replicate with a physical controller (unless you use a very big one) Wireless option: connect a Yamaha MD-BT01 or a CME WIDI Master to your HX EFFECTS and begin to enjoy a tangle-free life. User Setlist: Store up to 6 user setlist, containing 8 non-correlative presets and switch easily between them. Embedded support for the iRig BlueBoard: 100% Plug&Play! Preconfigured and ready to use. Two units can be used simultaneusly! Hardware requirements: HX EFFECTS MIDI Designer Pro 2 (IOS) iPad MIDI Interface (Yamaha MD-BT01 for wireless, or Apple Lightning to USB3 Camera Adapter for wired) Recommended MIDI Interfaces: Wireless: Yamaha MD-BT01, CME WIDI Master Wired (using Helix USB): Apple Lightning to USB3 Camera Adapter Wired (MIDI to USB): Roland UM-ONE MKII + Apple CCK USB3 Optional support (included): Embedded support for the IK Multimedia Blueboard Bluetooth LE Modes: Mode B: (Half/Full speed, Undo/Redo, Play/Stop, Rec/Overdub) Mode C: (Snapshots 1-4) Includes buttons to turn on the LEDs. Changes Log: 20 December 2020 - v1.0 Released! Cheatsheets: 1 - Main View 2- Setlist View 3- Preset View 4- Blueboard View
  17. Hello, I didn't got replies from the DTedit author, so I post the link to the OSX version I've compiled today of his brilliant software. Some tweaking was necessary, so we must give a try and return some feedback. On my systems, win and mac, dtedit was not working. I've added a sysex identifying request after any Control Change message sent, and this works for me. I will try to compile the same code for Win32 very soon. Let me know! Flavio Ronco Torino, Italy. Download DTeditOSX.dmg file size: 22 MB ::UPDATE: I've updated the package, there was a wrong set of library files included. Please re-download it and give a try.
  18. Trying to see if there is a way to trigger playback of a prerecorded sound bite using the HX Effects controls or loop inputs. Ang ideas how this could be achieved?
  19. Hi, I'm sorry if the question has already been asked, I didn't find it. I'm trying to use my 500x as a MIDI controller for Mainstage. I installed everything I could (driver, license manager, pod edit...) and everything is working on Line 6 devices. My pod is being recognized by the edit software and I can use it. But my Pod doesn't seem to be recoginzed as a midi controller by my OS, only as an audio device. Therefore, nor Mainstage or Logic notice it in the settings. It doesn't appear in the "midi studio setting" too. I've tried to plug it with USB cable and MIDI interface, didn't work. My Mac only has USB C port, so I use a USB adapter. I read somewhere that it could be that, but I'm not sure, since the Edit software is perfectly working through this adapter. I'm on macOS Big Sur 11.0.1 Thanks!
  20. My config: iPad running BandHelper > Apple CCK > USB > Helix > MIDI out > tc helicon VoiceLive3 plus rest of rig also: iPad running BandHelper > Apple CCK > USB > Helix > VDI > JTV Since upgrading to 3.01, the VL3 is no longer receiving PC messages. By monitoring the helix MIDI out/thru with another iPad, I see the Helix is not relaying the incoming PC messages, unless they're on the same channel as the Helix. I've been playing with the MIDI settings, but can't seem to find a combination that makes it work. MIDI out/thru used to echo SysEx destined for my Variax too - but it no longer does that. Yes, MIDI Thru is set to 'On' on Global Settings::MIDI Any help?
  21. Icon G-board for HX STOMP (iPhone version) https://gum.co/ALVVU New Premium MIDI Layout for MIDI DESIGNER PRO 2 ( IOS App, sold separately) - Works as an enterely wireless MIDI controller (using the yamaha or the Quicco MIDI-BT wireless adapter) - Also works with USB cable (using an Apple CCK connected to the HX STOMP USB) - Provides full hardware support for the iCon G-Board (MIDI footcontroller), including the eight onboard LEDs. Requires the Apple CCK USB3 and the Wireless MIDI-BT device to work. Main Screen: - Covers almost all HX STOMP MIDI implementation. (the "Play Once" button was deliberately ommited in this version) - Adds memory for 8 banks (A-H) of 4 Presets. (no more running correlative presets Up and Down!) Performance Screen: - Once you have set your banks in the main screen, load this Performance view to have a real Head Up Display for your HX STOMP. Includes the most relevant performance controls and a funny icon for each Bank! Icon G-Board: - Upper row: FS 1-4 (selectable Presets on the iPhone Screen) X 8 Banks (A-H) 1/4 LED active - Lower row: Snapshots 1-3. Super FS momentary footswitch (selectable FS 1-5 function) 1/3 LED active + 1 momentary
  22. This is a project I've been messing around with. It lets you really open up the possibilities of your FBV3 and /or FBV shortboard MkII. It allows for full color functionality of FBV3 as well. It requires some basic know-how with an Arduino at present, though with very little effort on Line 6's part, that may not be necessary in the future. Check it out: https://github.com/kquann/FBV_MIDI
  23. I'm having trouble connecting my HX stomp (3.0) to my iPad via the Yamaha wireless MIDI transmitter MD BT-01. I want to initiate a program change from ForScore. Unfortunately paring does not work with my iPad. Do I need to set something in stomp to make the MD BT-01 work?
  24. I want to make two MIDI connections with my HX stomp. One to my iPad to change programmes in HX stomp according to the song lead sheet and the other to my MacBook to edit the presets with the HX stomp software. I don't always want to change the MIDI cable but prefer to leave two cables permanently connected. How is this possible or not possible at all?
  25. Dyyk

    MIDI playback device

    I have my Helix rack hooked up to my computer via USB so I can use HX edit, but also via the analog outputs into my soundcard for recording in Cubase. When I play a song Cubase uses the Helix as playback device for my midi-tracks, and since I have the analog outputs going into cubase it creates a feedback loop. Is there any way to turn off all midi-functions in the Helix?
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