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  1. Hi Folks, Just got a HX Stomp. Great pedal! One seemingly silly question I have is: will a 3 or 4 button midi amp footswitch work with the HX Stomp? (Like a Peavey or Randall 4 or 5 switch for amps) for turning fx on and off? Or would I be better off with a Midi Mongoose. I don't want to spend any more than $125 if possible. Whats an inexpensive way to add foot switches. -Sorry if this has been covered elsewhere. Just joined. Thanks!
  2. Note: The Flextone II was released in 2000 and replaced by the Flextone III in 2003. The Flextone II is now a Legacy Product. Application Q: What are the presets on my Flextone II amplifier? A: The Flextone II are available from the manual download section. If you would like to return your unit to the original presets, please perform a factory reset (see the trouble shooting section). Q: What editing software works with the Flextone II? A: Line 6 Edit allows the deep editing of all the Flextone II presets. Line 6 Edit FAQ Q: How can I control my Flextone via MIDI? A: Please check the Appendix C on your Pilot's Handbook, you will have a list of MIDI program changes and their relation with the Flextone channels. So channel 1A would recall program 1 on your MIDI device. You can either overwrite program 1 on your device with the effects you want to use with channel 1A or you can go to the preset you want to use and internally reassign that preset to MIDI program 1 (if your device offer that option). You can also set the Expression pedal on a MIDI controller to the MIDI CC# you wish to control - for example if you want to control the Delay Mix with it set the CC# to 34. Q: How is the Flextone II different from the Flextone I? Are the older Flextone I amp models changed in any way, software-wise? A: The Flextone II XL has more amp models, more editing capabilities, XLR outs, external speaker outs, improved tone, and an improved power amp stage. The models in the Flextone II are changed from the Flextone I models. The new models match exactly the models in the POD 2.0, so that patches made on one are completely interchangeable with the other. Q: How can I find out which cabinet models are used by default for the amp models? A: Hold down the save and tap tempo buttons at the same time and switch between the cabinet models. The manual button will flash off when the selected cabinet model is passed on the knob. Q: What are the secondary functions for each of the Flextone II's knobs? A: The secondary function for each of the Flextone II's knobs is as follows: DRIVE: Drive Boost on/off BASS: Delay Feedback (how many times it repeats) MIDDLE: Delay Amount TREBLE: Presence on/off CHANNEL VOLUME: Volume Boost on/off REVERB: Noise Gate on/off EFFECT TWEAK: Tap Tempo time Q: How can I control the "Delay Level" on my Flextone II when using the Delay in conjunction with another effect? A: The Delay Level and Delay Feedback can be adjusted on the Flextone II by holding down the TAP TEMPO button and turning the MIDDLE knob for Delay Level and the BASS knob for Delay Feedback. Q: Will the delay feedback on the Flextone II series repeat indefinitely if it is turned all the way up? A: Yes. The delay feedback on the Flextone II series will repeat indefinitely if it is turned all the way up. To turn the delay feedback on the Flextone II all the way up, simply hold down the TAP TEMPO button while turning the BASS knob to 10. Setup/Connections Q: Does the Flextone II have a line out? A: The Flextone II has a headphone jack that doubles as a good direct out. To utilize it properly, you should use a stereo-to-dual mono insert cable and use it as a stereo out into 2 channels on your mixer/recorder. If you need XLR direct outs, you may want to check into a Flextone Plus or XL. Q: Which Line 6 floor controller(s) can I use with the Flextone II? A: Either the FB4 or Floorboard will control the Flextone II, but we recommend the Line 6 floorboard. Please be aware that the Line 6 Floorboard and FB4 are no longer in production but may still be special ordered or found through used gear dealers. Q: Does the Flextone II have an effects loop? A: Yes, the Flextone II has a stereo unbalanced effect loop, located before the Master volume. Q: What is an effect loop used for? A: An effect loop is used for 'line-level' input and output level devices. Many rack mount effect units are line level units, while most guitar effects are 'instrument level' units meant to be run between the instrument and the amplifier. Q: Can I connect an external pre-amp (i.e. Line 6 POD unit) to the Flextone II? A: You can connect an external preamp into the front of the unit or the effects loop return of the Flextone II. Be sure to use a ¼" dummy jack in the instrument input to send the amplifier output to the speakers. Q: How should I connect my speaker cabinet(s) to the Flextone II? A: : Please see the following document (or your manual) for more information on connecting cabinets to your Flextone II. Cabinet Connection and Ohm F.A.Q. Q: What speakers are used in the Flextone II? A: The Flextone II amplifiers shipped with Line 6 "tubetone" speakers, which were manufactured by Celestion. The speakers are 80 watts and either 8 or 16 ohms. See the Line 6 Store for replacement speakers. Registration/Warranty Q: What is the warranty on the Flextone II? A: The warranty on the Flextone II is twelve months from the date of purchase. Q: How can I register my Flextone II? Product Registration F.A.Q. Troubleshooting/Service Q: How can I check the version of software on a Flextone II? A:* Hold down the C button as you power up. The D channel will flash and then the SAVE channel will flash. The number of D flashes = X The number of Save flashes = .X So if the D flashes twice and the SAVE button flashes twice, your version is 2.2. Q: My guitar's sustain is cut off after several seconds. Is there a way to stop this? A: This is likely because of the noise gate on the Flextone II. To turn it off, hold the Tap Tempo button and turn the Reverb knob down. To turn it back on, hold Tap and turn the Reverb knob up. Q: How do I perform a factory reset on my Flextone II? A: The factory reset for a Flextone II is to hold the A B C D Buttons while powering the amp. Q: My amplifier will not store presets anymore. What can I do? A: We use a 3v lithium coin cell battery in the Flextone II to store the user presets, a common replacement is the Panasonic BR2325-1HG. The current battery will need to be de-soldered and replaced with a new battery. If you are not confident in doing this replacement, it should be performed by an authorized Line 6 Service Center. Q: My amp seems to be malfunctioning. What can I do as an end user? Line 6 Amp Troubleshooting Q: Where can I download a Flextone II manual? A: Line 6 Manuals
  3. Can the midi input be used with the eidtor program for spider valve MKII? I can get the program running with a midi connection and it recognizes the amp but when I try to send a patch nothing happens. So, is the only way to edit the amp from the front face because this is really tedious and you can't download anyone else's patches to the amp.
  4. Hi I have Line6 Pod Hd500x as a multi-effect unit when I play with my guitar. At the same time, I want to use Ableton Live 10 during live performances to launch midi clips (e.g. a Violin part). I know how to map midi keys from controllers or laptop. So, I know how to do this using a dedicated midi controller (e.g. M-AUDIO Keystation32) or my laptop keyboard. My question is can I also map the knobs of POD HD500x (e.g. FS2, FS3 etc.) as midi “keys” in Ableton so that I don’t have to use a separate midi foot controller for this purpose? Has anyone done this with Ableton Live and Line 6 POD HD500x? Thanks in advance George
  5. Hi there, I have benn using my Helix LT for a year or two now and one of the feature I use the most is midi remote control from Cubase 10. We play to a clic and follow a Cubase project and all my preset and snapshot changes are triggered from a midi track in cubase assigned to helix through midi over USB. What I would like to do now is to get rid of the FBV shortboard MKII that I use to start, stop and navigate through Cubase markers and use Helix to do that instead. The problem I run into is that whenever I go to a certain marker using Helix as my midi remote, Cubase then sends back a midi program change command to Helix in order to go to the appropriate preset. When this happens, Helix then transmit back a midi command to Cubase telling it where it's at and releasing the footswitch now that I'm in a new preset also sends a midi command back to Cubase... this gives some weird behaviors like midi feedback and dual commands (press once but feels like I pressed twice) and most of the time all will fail. Is there a way to seperate the midi channel from the DAW remote from the midi channel from the preset/snapshot control? Thank you!
  6. I just got a Helix and I'm liking it ok by it's self, but I'm running into some midi issues that are getting a little frustrating. I want to set it up to control my Strymon Mobius, TimeLine, and BigSky with midi without having to dedicate a loop to each. Here's where I'm at and maybe someone can suggest a way I can get this to work. I did have the Helix set up using the 4 cable method with my amp in loop 1. The 3 strymon pedals above are in loop 2 all assigned to their own midi channels. I also have a poly tune set up in loop 3 to be always on (the Helix tuner isn't that great). I have a Riverside OD set up in Loop 4 with the favorite function being controlled using the CV connector on Helix. With it set up like this I can get everything to work in stomp box mode without any problems excluding the lights on the Helix sometimes getting out of sync with the pedal. For example pedal is bypassed but the Helix light for that channel is illuminated (no big deal, I can live with this minor issue). I used midi CC# 80,81, and 82 to toggle the Strymon pedals A and B (and C on BigSky) buttons. The problems began when I started to set up Snapshots. I tried using the Instant commands to bring up a patch on a desired pedal using the midi program function 1, 2, 3, 4 etc. That method would bring up patches ok but when I toggled through the Snapshots some of the presets would be on when I didn't want them to be and would then toggle off when I wanted them to be on etc... After a little more research I found out that I needed a bypass command to apply before the new preset could be commanded on. After research I found out that Helix can't change CC# with snapshots, only the values within a CC. After finding this out I decided to go a different route. Now, Try 2... I've got the Helix completely reset to factory defaults. I cleared all blocks on the first preset and started fresh. I wired all strymon pedals in their own FX Loop so I can toggle off by bypassing the the block (I hate to loose the 4 cable method here, but I guess I can live with that for now). Ive set them up in stomp box mode and got everything working just as I had last time. Now on the the Snapshots I run into problems again. I would save each snapshot by going into stomp box mode and toggle on what I wanted then save each accordingly. Doing that I got the Mobius and Timeline to work, BUT the BigSky wants to be a BigPain in the ....... !! This pedal will not respond correctly no matter what channel its on, what program# I choose, even the CC80, 81, and 82 for the bank buttons. For example, If I toggle on a preset in bank A it will toggle that on and off when commanded to toggle Bank C. If I press the Bank A button on the Bigsky to switch it back to that bank it will work for a couple of snapshot changes and then back to the wrong preset. Sometimes it works fine going from Snaphot 1 to 2 to 3, but when I go from 3, to 2, to 1 it gets all messed up again. It's completely erratic behavior and I can't duplicate the issue to track down a solution. I've checked the commands on each snapshot and they are correct and set up the same as the TimeLine and Mobius. I've gone into global settings on the BigSky and Helix and tried different combinations as well as a factory reset on the BigSky, same thing. Any ideas??? I'm really hoping to get this resolved because I really want to keep the Helix as part of my rig. If not I'll ditch it for a Mastermind PCB. Sorry for the novel!
  7. Hey guys. My band recently got a program called Showbuddy which will be controlling our entire lightshow and backing tracks. All of our songs have been pre-programmed with cues for the lights. This program also does midi cues as well so I thinking of using it to cue up all of my patch changes within my hd500x so I never have to touch it all show. Has anyone done with this specific program before?
  8. Hi, I just got my Helix Rack yesterday and i bought an used FCB1010 foot controller to go with it, because I needed the Rack version and can't afford the Helix Control right now. I would like to configure it to work with the Helix but having absolutely no experiences with MIDI and amp modelers, I really don't know how to do it and where to start, or even what is possible to do beside switching presets. I pretty much only find informations on how to use the Helix AS a midi controller but that's obviously not what I want to do. So, If someone could help me, and/or point me to good documentation about this, It would be greatly appreciated!
  9. I’ve had the HX Effects for a while and I’ve loved it so much I decided to get the Stomp for the amp modeling. My question is can I use the FX to midi control the Stomp? Specifically I would like to be able to change between snapshots and presets on the stomp and blocks within a preset on the FX. I’m new to midi and I am totally lost. Thanks in advance for the help.
  10. Is anyone aware of and can point me to a tutorial on configuring my Helix Rack to be controlled with my DAW? I know the information is available in the manual(s) if you know what you're doing and how to use it, but I don't. I'm using Presonus Studio one pro for my DAW (win7), a Presonus sutdio 18/24 for my interface. I've also downloaded and installed HX edit. Hooking up cables, establishing midi channels is easy enough, but getting things to talk to each other, not so much. I'm a reasonably tech savy kind of guy and can probably figure it out eventually but finding a tutorial and some tips and tricks to speed that along would be nice. In hindsight, I probably should've gone with the helix native plugin, and will probably go ahead and get it, but, I've got the rack so here we are. :)
  11. Can the looper be Midi controlled to start and stop recording? I've been writing some tunes that for live use I could really use a the looper on the helix but we play with a click and I've been working on midi clocking my preset for the set list and it got me thinking if I could set it up loops to match up with the click.
  12. Hi all, I'm Chris. A couple days ago - and completely on a whim - I put in an offer on an HX Stomp and won it for a price I didn't expect. After a weekend spent searching for answers on how to make it work for my rig, I give up and this is my first post. I have a couple amplifiers and I've been looking for somewhat of an "all in one" pedalboard solution for a while. My main amp is a Mesa Triple Crown 50, which (as I'm sure many of you are aware) has MIDI channel switching capabilities, an FX loop, all that jazz. I've been looking at replacing a good chunk of my pedal board (SA Nemesis Delay, Boss DC-2w, Walrus Audio Lilian Phaser, EHX Pitch Fork, Wampler Ego Comp) for a while and don't doubt the HX series, on a high level, has what it takes to do the job. I intend on fully utilizing the 4-cable method to make the most of it. Here's my dilemma. The TC-50 is a three-channel amplifier and has MIDI control over channel switching, FX loop, reverb and solo boosts. In a perfect world, I would have access to all three channels and solo boost in various combinations along with various effects from the HX. Ideally, I'd be able to access 6-8 presets encompassing channel switching/effects combinations readily. I was sold on the HX Effects (due in part to the additional loop to add a fuzz/drive/gate pedal on top) until I read about latency when using MIDI to switch amp settings. The snapshot workaround isn't something that'd work for me when limited to 4 per preset. So, enter the need for a MIDI controller. I've looked at them all at this point, from Disaster Area to BOSS to Morningstar. It seems as though the Morningstar MC6 MKII is the gold standard. Here's the big question - can I use an external MIDI controller to switch amplifier channels while simultaneously pulling up different effects combinations on the HX Stomp/Effects without lag/latency issues? And, as an alternative, would there be any benefits to adding a Boss ES-8, if for nothing else, to be able to switch amplifier channels while sorting effects placement, if I added an overdrive/boost/etc pedal to the mix? Would an HX Effects/Morningstar combo make more sense for that? Agh! Thanks in advance -- I should also note that there's a decent chance I'm overthinking this. :)
  13. Is there a midi tamp tempo that anyone would recommend for the line 6 HX stomp?
  14. Francais Deutsch Q: What is Line 6 Edit? A: Line 6 Edit is a free software application from Line 6 that provides complete editor/librarian features for the following products: POD XT/XTLive/Pro Bass POD XT/XTLive/Pro Vetta II Combo/Head Flextone II/III HD 147 POD 2.0/Pro Note: Vetta II Combo/Head, HD 147, Flextone II/III, POD 2.0/Pro users will need a MIDI interface and cables to use it. We recommend the M-Audio MIDIsport Uno if you do not already have a MIDI to USB device. We recommend installing the MIDI interface drivers directly from the manufacturer's website to ensure you have the latest drivers for your OS. Midisport Uno IMPORTANT: Line 6 Edit is a Java based application, and will run on Macintosh OS X (10.1x-10.5.x) and any Windows OS that can run any version of Java 5 (the latest update is 21). Be aware that using an earlier version of Line 6 Edit will not launch if ANY Java Runtime 6 Environment components are installed. LINE 6 EDIT is available for download here: Software Downloads Line 6 Edit software even translates tones between selected products:[/font][/size] Vetta II will be able to use GuitarPort, PODxt, Flextone III, HD 147 or POD 2.0 Tones. Flextone III and HD 147 will be able to use GuitarPort, PODxt or POD 2.0 Tones. PODxt units will be able to use Flextone III, HD 147, POD 2.0 and, of course, GuitarPort Tones. Q: I'm getting an error message saying "Cannot copy to POD XT Live because it is a POD 2.0 tone". A: The way around this is to use Gearbox (free download from http://line6.com/software/) to open the tone once you transfer it from the POD Pro to the tone folder on your computer. With POD Pro connected, transfer all the tones you want to the tones folder on your computer using Edit. Disconnect POD Pro and connect POD XT. Open Gearbox. Open a POD Pro/2.0 tone in Gearbox. Save the tone to your computer in whatever location you want. Close Gearbox and open Edit Locate tone and transfer into POD XT via Sync button Q: I am getting a Java Error when I try to run Line 6 Edit? A: See the following link for resolution: Resolving Java Errors with Line 6 Edit and Workbench Q: How do I set up my Line 6 device using MIDI to connect with Line 6 Edit? 1) Please ensure that you have the interface's latest drivers installed on your computer. We recommend downloading the drivers directly from the manufacturer's website and installing the drivers BEFORE connecting your USB-MIDI interface. Consult the manufacturer's website for the correct installation and troubleshooting procedures to ensure your drivers are installed correctly. 2) Connect your Line 6 device to the MIDI Interface, making sure the cables are connected correctly. Traditional MIDI connections will have the Line 6 device MIDI IN to interface MIDI OUT, and the Line 6 device MIDI OUT to interface MIDI IN. The MIDIsport Uno will be labeled "to MIDI in" and "to MIDI out". 3) Turn your Line 6 device ON, then open Line 6 Edit. We will use a Vetta II head for these screen examples: 4) If your unit is not being recognized by your computer, select "configure": 5) In the MIDI devices window, select "add": 6) Under the MIDI in port, select your USB to MIDI device: 7) Under the MIDI out port, select your USB to MIDI device: 8) You can leave the device window in "auto detect" or choose the device you plan to use. Once this is completed, select "add": 9) When your device appears in the window, select "OK": 10) Once your device is selected, your computer will import the tones that are currently installed on your device. Do not change any settings or or turn your unit off during the information transfer: 11) Line 6 Edit will now display the tones and bundles currently installed on your computer on the left side of the window, while displaying the tones installed on the Line 6 unit on the right side of the computer. If you need help navigating the features of Line 6 Edit, select the help menu for assistance in connections, backing up your tones, and importing tones. Q: What is Customtone? A: Customtone features a gigantic Line 6-authored library filled with selected tones from the vast treasure trove of GuitarPort Online, including tones matched to many of the greatest classic and new guitarists, bands and songs. Customtone is also a great place to share your tones with other Line 6 end users. You can access Customtone here: Customtone Q: I Get an error message when trying to access the Online Library through Line 6 Edit? A: This is a bug in the Line 6 Edit software that has not been resolved. Please visit the link above to connect to the Customtone website. Line 6 Edit: F.A.Q. Was ist Line 6 Edit? Line 6 Edit ist eine gratis Software von Line 6, die vollständige Bearbeitungs- und Bibliotheksmermale für die folgenden Produkte bietet: POD XT/XTLive/Pro Bass POD XT/XTLive/Pro Vetta II Combo/Head Flextone II/III HD 147 POD 2.0/Pro Achtung, Benutzer des Vetta II Combe/Head, HD 147, Flextone II/III, POD 2.0/Pro brauchen eine MIDI Schnittstelle und Kabel um dieses zu benutzen. Wir empfehlen das M-Audio MIDIsport Uno, sofern Sie noch keinen USB-MIDI Adapter haben. Wir empfehlen außerdem, die Treiber immer von der Webseite des Herstellers zu installieren, so haben Sie immer die neusten Treiber für Ihr Betriebssytsem. Midisport Uno Achtung, Line 6 Edit ist ein auf Java basierendes Programm und wird auf allen Mac OS X (10.1x – 10.5.x) und Windows Betriebssystemen, die Java Version 5 installiert haben (Die neuste Version ist 25) laufen. Achtung, eine frühere Version von Line 6 Edit wird nicht funktionieren wenn Java Runtime 6 Environment Komponenten installiert sind. Line 6 Edit können Sie hier herunterladen. Line 6 Edit kann sogar Töne zwischen verschiedenen Geräten übertragen: Vetta II kann die Töne von GuitarPort, PODxt, Flextone III, HD 147 or POD 2.0 benutzen. Flextone III und HD 147 können die Töne von GuitarPort, PODxt or POD 2.0 benutzen. PODxt können die Töne von Flextone III, HD 147, POD 2.0 und GuitarPort benutzen. Ich bekomme die Fehlermeldung: "Cannot copy to POD XT Live because it is a POD 2.0 tone" Zur Problemlösung brauchen Sie Gearbox (gratis download auf http://line6.com/software/) um die Töne zu öffnen nachdem Sie sie vom POD Pro in den Tones Ordner auf Ihrem Computer kopiert haben. Schließen Sie das POD Pro an. Kopieren Sie all Töne, die Sie benutzen wollen, in den Tones Ordner auf Ihrem Computer anhand von Edit. Trennen Sie nun das POD Pro vom Computer und schließen Sie das POD XT an. Öffnen Sie Gearbox. Öffnen Sie einen POD Pro/2.0 Ton in Gearbox. Speichern Sie den Ton dann auf Ihrem Computer ab. Schließen Sie Gearbox und starten Sie Edit. Suchen Sie den Ton und übertragen Sie ihn auf das POD xt via Sync Knopf. Ich bekomme einen Java Fehler wenn ich Line 6 Edit starte. Benutzen Sie zur Problemlösung folgenden Link: Java Errors with Line 6 Edit and Workbench on Windows Operating Systems Wie konfiguriere ich mein Line 6 Gerät um es via MIDI mit Line 6 Edit zu verbinden? Als erstes sollten Sie überprüfen ob Sie die neuste Version des Treibers der Schnittstelle installiert haben. Wir empfehlen, dass Sie diesen direkt von der Webseite des Herstellers herunterladen und installieren, BEVOR Sie die MIDI-USB Schnittstelle anschließen. Konsultieren Sie die Webseite des Herstellers für die korrekte Installation und Fehlerbehebungen. Verbinden Sie Ihr Line 6 Gerät mit Ihrer MIDI Schnittstelle. Achten Sie darauf, dass die Kabel korrekt eingesteckt sind. Bei standardmäßigen MIDI Schnittstellen muss der MIDI Eingang des Line 6 Gerätes an den MIDI Ausgang des MIDI Gerätes gesteckt werden und der MIDI Ausgang des Line 6 Gerätes and den MIDI Eingang des MIDI Gerätes. Starten Sie Ihr Line 6 Gerät und öffnen Sie Line 6 Edit. Wir benutzen für dieses Beispiel das Vetta II Head: Sollte Ihr Gerät nicht vom Computer erkannt werden, klicken Sie "Configure": Im MIDI Auswahlfenster klicken Sie "Add": Unter MIDI In Port wählen Sie Ihr USB-MIDI Gerät: Unter MIDI Out Port wählen Sie Ihr MIDI-USB Gerät: Das "Device" Menu können Sie dann auf "auto detect" stehen lassen oder das Gerät aussuchen, welches Sie benutzen wollen. Danach klicken Sie auf "Add": Wenn Ihr Gerät dann auftaucht, wählen Sie es aus und klicken Sie "OK": Dann wird Ihr Computer die Töne des Gerätes importieren, die momentan auf dem Gerät installiert sind. Ändern Sie während des Transfers keine Einstellungen und schalten Sie das Gerät nicht ab. Line 6 Edit wird Ihnen nun die Töne und Pakete, die auf Ihrem Compuer installiert sind, links anzeigen und die Töne, die auf Ihrem Line 6 Gerät installiert sind, rechts. Wenn Sie hier Hilfe benötigen klicken Sie bitte das Hilfe Menu an um Hilfestellungen bezüglich Verbindungen, Backup und Import zu bekommen. Was ist Customtone? Customtone ist eine gigantische Bibliothek gefüllt mit ausgewählten Tönen der riesigen GuitarPort Online Liste. Sie enthält viele der größten Klassiker und auch neue Gitarren, Bands und Songs. Customtone ist außderdem ein toller Platz um Töne mit anderen Line 6 Benutzern austauschen zu können. Customtone Ich bekomme eine Fehlermeldung wenn ich versuche auf die Online Bibliothek ("Online Library") via Line 6 Edit zuzugreifen. Dies ist ein Fehler in der Line 6 Edit Software und ist bis jetzt noch nicht behoben worden. Bitte besuchen Sie Customtone über den oben genannten Link anstatt über die Software. F.A.Q.: Line 6 Edit Qu'est-ce que c'est, Line 6 Edit? Line 6 Edit est le logiciel gratuit de Line 6 qui fournisse des fonctionnalités complètes d'édition et bibliothèque pour les produits suivants: POD XT/XTLive/Pro Bass POD XT/XTLive/Pro Vetta II Combo/Head Flextone II/III HD 147 POD 2.0/Pro Attention, les utilisateurs Vetta II Combo/Head, HD 147, Flextone II/III, POD 2.0/Pro ont besoin d'une interface MIDI et câbles pour l'utilisation. Nous recommandons me M-Audio MIDIsport Uno si vous n'avez pas encore une interface MIDI-USB. Nous recommandons d'installer les pilotes d'interface directement du site web du fabricant pour avoir la dernière version pour votre système d'exploitation. Midisport Uno Important: Line 6 Edit est un logiciel basé sur Java et fonctionne sur Mac OS X (10.1x-10.5.x) et tous les systèmes d'exploitation Windows qui peuvent exécuter Java 5 (La dernière version sera 25). Les versions anciennes de Line 6 Edit ne fonctionnent pas si Java Runtime 6 Environment est installé. Line 6 Edit est disponible: Téléchargements de logiciels. Line 6 Edit peut transférer des tons entre ces produits: Vetta II peut utiliser des sons de GuitarPort, PODxt, Flextone III, HD 147 ou POD 2.0. Flextone II et HD 147 peuvent utiliser des tons de GuitarPort, PODxt et POD 2.0. PODxt peut utiliser les sons de Flextone III, HD 147, POD 2.0 et GuitarPort. Je reçois le message "Cannot copy to POD XT Live because it is a POD 2.0 tone". Pour résoudre ce problème, vous devez utiliser Gearbox (Téléchargement gratuit de http://fr.line6.com/software/) pour ouvrir le son si vous l'avez transféré du POD Pro au dossier des sons sur votre ordinateur. Si POD Pro est connecté, transférez tous les sons, que vous voulez, au dossier des sons sur votre ordinateur en utilisant Edit. Déconnectez POD Pro et connectez POD XT. Ouvrez Gearbox. Ouvrez un ton POD Pro/2.0 en Gearbox. Enregistrez le son sur votre ordinateur. Fermez Gearbox et ouvrez Edit. Localisez le son et transférez-le sur votre POD XT via le bouton Sync. Je reçois une erreur Java si j'essaye de lancer Line 6 Edit. Veuillez utiliser le lien suivant pour résoudre ce problème: Java Errors with Line 6 Edit and Workbench on Windows Operating Systems Comment est-ce que je peux configurer mes appareils Line 6 MIDI pour l'utilisation avec Line 6 Edit? Installez les dernières pilotes de l'interface sur votre ordinateur. Nous recommandons de les télécharger directement du site web du fabricant et les installer AVANT que vous connectez l'interface USB-MIDI. Consultez le site web du fabricant pour l'installation correcte et pour résoudre des problèmes. Connectez votre appareil Line 6 à l'interface MIDI. Les câbles doivent être connectés correctement. Les connexions MIDI traditionnels seront: appareil Line 6 MIDI IN à interface MIDI OUT et l'appareil Line 6 MIDI OUT à interface MIDI IN. Le MIDI sport Uno sera étiqueté "to MIDI on" et "to MIDI out". Allumez votre appareil Line 6 et ouvrez Line 6 Edit. Nous utilisons Vetta II Head pour cet exemple: Si l'appareil n'est pas reconnu par le système, cliquez "Configure". Dans la fenêtre des appareils MIDI, cliquez "Add". Sous "MIDI In Port", sélectez votre appareil USB-MIDI: Sous "MIDI Out Port", sélectez votre appareil USB-MIDI: Vous pouvez laisser le menu "Device" sur "Auto Detect" ou choisissez l'appareil vous voulez utiliser. Cliquez "Add". Si votre appareil apparait, sélectez le et cliquez "OK". Si l'ordinateur reconnait l'appareil, il importe les sons qui sont installés sur l'appareil. Ne changez rien out éteignez l'appareil pendant ce transfert des informations. Line 6 Edit vous montre les sons et paquets installés sur l'ordinateur sur le côté gauche de la fenêtre et les tons installés sur l'appareil sur le côté droite de la fenêtre. Si vous avez besoin d'aide avec la navigation, cliquez le menu d'aide pour les informations de la connexion, sauvegarde et import. Qu'est-ce que c'est, Customtone? Customtone figure une bibliothèque gigantesque des sons sélectés de l'immense liste de GuitarPort Online, cette liste inclus des sons des plus grands classiques mais aussi des nouvelles guitares, groupes et chansons. Customtone est aussi un endroit idéal pour partager vos tons avec autres utilisateurs Line 6. Customtone Je reçois un message erreur si j'essaye d'accéder la bibliothèque en ligne via Line 6 Edit. C'est un bug dans le logiciel Line 6 Edit qui n'a pas encore eu résous. Veuillez utiliser le lien au-dessus.
  15. I cannot get the midi clock from my sequencer to affect the tempos in Helix. What am I doing wrong? Where can find good documentation? I'm using an MPC 1000 sequencer - it's midi out is plugged into the midi in of the Helix. Nothing is happening at all.
  16. Hi everybody. I have an issue. I recently bought the Behringer V-amp pro and i will like to use it with my Line 6 M13 as a midi controller. I can do that, when i am in the mode scene, i can change the presets right on the v-amp pro, but when i try to add an effect of my M13 the settings on the v-amp are changed too... Can somebody explain me how can i solve this mistery?? Connections: M13 into the loop (stereo) of the V-amp for all my modulations/effects, and also connected by a midi cable to change the amps. Thanks
  17. Hi, Just got a Helix rack and I'm new to this forum, but since Helix is so new to the world, I couldn't find any suggestions on Google. So far I've been very pleased, but *I think* I've discovered quite a limitation. Am I right in thinking there is not a MIDI command that can bypass or engage an effect block? I know there are CC49-58 which act like the footswitches, but they toggle the bypassed state, not set it explicitly. Every other effects processor I've used (inc the M13) was able set an effect "on" or "off" using MIDI. For example, on the M13, setting CC11 to 127 turned the bottom left effect "on", setting CC11 to 0, turned the effect "off". Am I right in thinking that with the Helix, we can only toggle effects? This means if I'm doing a song and an effect is toggled accidentally, or a MIDI command is missed, then that effect will be in the wrong state for the rest of the song, not just until it is next bypassed/activated. This just seems kind of crazy to me!? I've tried setting the footswitch assignment to momentary instead of latching, but then CC49-58 have no effect (which I believe is by design). I also know you can use controller assignment on the "mix" of an effect, then dial it down to 0% when you want it off and 100% when you want it on. But that's a workaround at best, and many of the effect blocks don't have a "mix" parameter (amps, cabs, EQ...). I was kind of disappointed with the MIDI implementation on the M13, which was a fabulous piece of hardware, but lacking thorough MIDI control. When I looked through the manual of the Helix, I thought "Oh man, this thing can do it all!". But if I'm now going to find you can't reliably turn effect on and off with MIDI, I'm going to feel a bit robbed :( Cheers, David
  18. Hi everybody. I have an issue. I recently bought the Behringer V-amp pro and i will like to use it with my Line 6 M13 as a midi controller. I can do that, when i am in the mode scene, i can change the presets right on the v-amp pro, but when i try to add an effect of my M13 the settings on the v-amp are changed too... Can somebody explain me how can i solve this mistery?? Connections: M13 into the loop (stereo) of the V-amp for all my modulations/effects, and also connected by a midi cable to change the amps. Thanks
  19. I've been racking my brain over this for a while. Granted, I'm pretty much a MIDIot, although having finally taken a class on MIDI last Spring (mainly covered electronic music development, sadly) I just can't seem to figure this out: I have a Helix Floor connected to my Mac via USB I have an Akai MPK Mini connected to my Mac via USB How can I get the MPK to bypass a footswitch or change a parameter on my Helix? Thanks in Advance
  20. I have a setup where the Helix LT controls a Beatbuddy (drummachine) and a Boomrang looper through midi. When I change presets on the Helix the Beatbuddy automatically changes to the right song. It works really well, until today. I would like to be able to change guitars during a song. Playing the acoustic while singing, and then change to the electric for a solo. The problem is that when I change preset during a song, the Helix sends out a midi command that changes the drum beat on the Beatbuddy. I have removed all midi messages from command center. When I change to an empty preset I have the same problem. So my question is this. How do I make sure that the Helix does not send any midi messages, when I change presets?
  21. hey! lurker, first time poster, HX Stomp owner and i love it. being a n00b with midi, i bought a very well-priced controller off Reverb, but i'm SO confused as to how to use it or if it's even usable. this would be a Disaster Area DMC-6D, which is the previous gen of DA controllers. i was under the impression that midi was universal, but the Stomp won't recognize the DMC in 'Learn' mode while i'm trying to set up a bypass on one of my blocks. tried updating the firmware on the controller, having issues with that, too. anyone willing to walk me through this? or at least point me towards a thread that has some better info. do i need to sell this thing and get a different controller?
  22. Français Deutsch Q: What is MIDI? A: MIDI stands for Musical Instrument Digital Interface and is a way for electronic instruments to communicate with each other. For a full definition on MIDI and its applications, check out these links: midi.org Wikipedia Many Line 6 products are equipped with MIDI inputs and outputs, which can receive control messages by another external MIDI device. Some of the most commonly used MIDI controllers are: Voodoo Labs Ground Control Behringer FCB1010 Q: Can I adjust the values of the MIDI information on my Line 6 device? A: No, you can not adjust the values on most Line 6 products that receive MIDI information, issues with communication are generally resolved by programming the sending unit correctly. The Line 6 device only knows that when you send it MIDI MESSAGE "A" it will do ACTION "A". Since this can not be changed in most Line 6 products, you need to make sure that your foot controller (or other controlling device) is sending MIDI MESSAGE "A". Please refer to your Line 6 user manual (or downoad) for a list of all MIDI events pertaining to your product. Q: Where can I find the MIDI CC Reference Guide for Line 6 gear? A: MIDI Continuous Controller Reference Q: How can I connect my Line 6 device to my computer if I only have MIDI ports on the unit? A: To connect your MIDI capable Line 6 device to your computer, you will need: 1) A computer with a MIDI interface or a MIDI-to-USB interface, such as the M-Audio Uno. 2) Please ensure that you have the interface's latest drivers installed on your computer. We recommend downloading the drivers directly from the manufacturer's website and installing the drivers BEFORE connecting your USB-MIDI interface. Consult the manufacturer's website for the correct installation and troubleshooting procedures to ensure your drivers are installed correctly. 3) Download and install the latest version of Line 6 Monkey if it is not already installed to your computer. See the following link for more information on installing Line 6 Monkey: Line 6 Monkey Installation and F.A.Q. 4) Connect your Line 6 device to the MIDI Interface, making sure the cables are connected correctly. The MIDIsport Uno will be labeled "to MIDI in" and "to MIDI out". Traditional MIDI connections will have the Line 6 device MIDI IN to interface MIDI OUT, and the Line 6 device MIDI OUT to interface MIDI IN. 5) Turn your Line 6 device ON and open Line 6 Monkey. Monkey should be able to detect the Line 6 device right away. If Monkey cannot detect the Line 6 device, please ensure the drivers for the interface are properly installed, the cables are connected correctly (as described in step 4), and the MIDI Ports were selected correctly. Here is what you would need to configure if you see a "no device" message" A: Select "Connect Using MIDI Cables" B: Here is what the MIDI Port selection should look like with a MIDI Sport Uno. Once the MIDI In, Out, and your device are selected, hit "Ok": Your device should now be recognized. select the unit then select "OK". 6) You are now ready to edit/back up your tones, reinstall flash memory, or experiment with tones from customtone.com. See the following link for more information on editing your MIDI capable device with Line 6 edit: Line 6 Edit FAQ See the following link for more information on backing up your MIDI capable device with Line 6 Monkey: Line 6 Monkey Installation and F.A.Q. Trouble shooting: Q: I am receiving the message "(Code 8000900C) MIDI device timed out waiting for a response." possible resolutions * Reinstall the USB-MIDI device drivers from the manufacturer's website * check to ensure the sockets are snug and connected to the correct jacks * Remove any USB hubs, connect the USB-MIDI device directly to the back of the computer * connect an ethernet cable to the computer and turned off any wireless modem cards See the following link for more computer optmiziation tips: Computer System Optimization MIDI: Funktionalität, Kontrolle und Konnektivität mit Line 6 Geräten Was ist MIDI? MIDI steht für Musical Instrument Digital Interface und ist ein Weg der Kommunikation zwischen elektronischen Instrumenten. Für eine vollständige Definition von MIDI und dessen Anwendungsmöglichkeiten, besuchen Sie diese Seiten: midi.org Wikipedia Viele Line 6 Produkte sind mit MIDI Ein- und Augängen ausgerüstet, sie können also Kontrollbefehle von anderen externen MIDI Geräten erhalten. Weit verbreitete MIDI Controller sind z.B.: Voodoo Labs Ground Control Behringer FCB1010 Kann ich die Werte der MIDI Informationen auf meinem Line 6 Gerät verändern? Nein, Sie können diese Werte auf den meisten Line 6 Geräten, die MIDI Informationen erhalten sollen, nicht ändern. Probleme mit der Kommunikation können meist durch die Programmierung der sendenden Einheit gelöst werden. Das Line 6 Gerät weiß nur, dass wenn Sie ihm MIDI Befehl A senden, dass es die Aktion A ausführen soll. Da dies in den meisten Line 6 Geräten nicht verändert werden kann, sollten Sie sicherstellen, dass Ihr Fußpedal (oder kontrollierendes Gerät) die Nachricht A auch sendet. Bitte berufen Sie sich auf das Line 6 Benutzerhandbuch für eine Liste aller MIDI Befehle, die Ihr Produkt betreffen. Wo kann ich den MIDI CC Reference Guide for Line 6 gear finden? MIDI Continuous Controller Reference Wie kann ich mein Line 6 Gerät mit meinem Computer verbinden, wenn ich nur MIDI Anschlüsse habe? Um Ihr MIDI Gerät en den Computer anzuschließen brauchen Sie: Einen Computer mit MIDI Schnittstelle oder einen USB-MIDI Adapter, wie z.B. MIDI Sport Uno Die neusten Treiber für die Schnittstelle. Wir empfehlen dazu die Webseite des Herstellers der Schnittstelle aufzurufen und dort den Treiber herunterzuladen und zwar BEVOR Sie die Schnittstelle anschließen. Auf der Webseite des Herstellers sollten Sie außerdem Problemlösungen und Installationsprozeduren finden. Überprüfen Sie dann ob der Treiber korrekt installiert ist. Laden Sie sich die neuste Version von Line 6 Monkey herunter und installieren Sie diese. Hier finden Sie mehr Informationen über die Installation und ein F.A.Q. zu Monkey: Line 6 Monkey: Installation und häufig gestellte Fragen Verbinden Sie nun Ihr Line 6 Gerät mit der MIDI Schnittstelle, stecken Sie die Kabel korrekt ein. Das MIDI Sport Uno wird dann angezeigt als "to MIDI in" und "to MIDI out". Bei standardmäßigen MIDI Schnittstellen muss der MIDI Eingang des Line 6 Gerätes an den MIDI Ausgang des MIDI Gerätes gesteckt werden und der MIDI Ausgang des Line 6 Gerätes and den MIDI Eingang des MIDI Gerätes. Starten Sie Ihr Line 6 Gerät und dann öffnen Sie Monkey. Monkey sollte in den meisten Fällen Ihr Gerät sofort erkennen können. Wenn Monkey das Gerät nicht erkennt sollten Sie die installierten Treiber überprüfen und nachsehen ob die Kabel korrekt eingesteckt sind. Line 6 Edit: FAQ Und diesen Link für weitere Informationen zur Sicherheitskopie via Line 6 Monkey: Line 6 Monkey: Installation und häufig gestellte Fragen Fehler: Ich bekomme die Nachricht: "(Code 8000900C) MIDI device timed out waiting for a response." Mögliche Behebung: Installieren Sie die Treiber des MIDI Gerätes von der Internetseite des Herstellers neu. Überprüfen Sie die Sockel und ob die Stecker korrekt eingesteckt sind. Entfernen Sie alle USB Hubs und stecken Sie das USB-MIDI Interface direkt hinten in Ihren PC. Verbinden Sie Ihren Computer per LAN Kabel ans Internet und deaktivieren Sie jegliche kabellose Modem Karten. Besuchen Sie die folgende Adresse für weitere Informationen zur Optimierung Ihres Computers: Audiooptimierung für das Computersystem MIDI: Fonctionalité, contrôle et connectivité avec les appareils Line 6 Qu'est-ce que MIDI? MIDI veut dire: Musical Instrument Digital Interface et est une façon de communiquer des instruments électroniques un avec l'autre. Pour une définition complète, visitez: http://www.midi.org/ (Anglais) http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/MIDI Beaucoup de produits Line 6 ont des entrées et sorties MIDI sui peuvent recevoir des messages de contrôle des autres appareils MIDI externes. Très fréquent contrôleurs MIDI: (liens en anglais) Voodoo Labs Ground Control Behringer FCB1010 Puis-je ajuster les valeurs d'information MIDI sur mon appareil Line 6? Non, vous ne pouvez pas ajuster valeurs sur la plupart des appareils Line 6 qui reçoivent des informations MIDI. Les problèmes de communications sont généralement résous par programmer l'unité d'émission correctement. Le périphérique Line 6 seulement fait l'action A si vous envoyez la message MIDI A. Puisque ca ne peut pas être changé, assurez vous que le commutateur au pied (ou autre appareil de contrôle) enverra message MIDI A. Veuillez consulter votre guide d'utilisation Line 6 pour une liste de tous les événements Line 6 qui concernent votre produit. Où est-ce que je peux trouver le "MIDI CC Reference Guide" pour les périphériques Line 6? MIDI Continuous Controller Reference Comment est-ce que je connecte mon appareil Line 6 à mon ordinateur si j'ai seulement des ports MIDI sur mon appareil? Pour connecter via MIDI, vous avez besoin de: Un ordinateur avec interface MIDI ou un adaptateur USB-à -MIDI comme le MIDI Sport Uno. Installez les pilotes les plus récents du appareil sur votre ordinateur. Nous recommandons de télécharger les pilotes directement du site web du fabricant et installez les avant vous connectez l'interface USB-MIDI. Consultez le site web du fabricant pour recevoir des informations concernant le pilote, l'installation et dépannage. Téléchargez et installez la dernière version de Line 6 Monkey si ce n'est pas encore installé. Cliquez le lien suivant pour des informations Line 6 Monkey: Line 6 Monkey Installation and F.A.Q. Connectez votre appareil Line 6 à l'interface MIDI, branchez les câbles correctement. Le MIDI sport Uno sera étiqueté "to MIDI on" et "to MIDI out". Les connexions MIDI traditionnels seront: appareil Line 6 MIDI IN à interface MIDI OUT et l'appareil Line 6 MIDI OUT à interface MIDI IN. Allumez l'appareil Line 6 et ouvrez Line 6 Monkey. Monkey devrait être capable de détecter l'appareil Line 6 automatiquement. Si Monkey ne trouve pas l'appareil Line 6, vérifiez le pilote de l'interface, les câbles et les ports MIDI. Line 6 Monkey Installation and F.A.Q. Résolution des problèmes: Je reçois le message "(Code 8000900C) MIDI device timed out waiting for a response." Solution possible: Réinstallez les pilotes de l'appareil MIDI du site web du fabricant. Vérifiez les sockets sont connectés correctement aux jacks exactes. Détachez tous les hubs USB, connectez l'appareil USB-MIDI directement à l'arrière de l'ordinateur. Connectez un câble LAN à l'ordinateur à la place de l'internet sans fil et désactivez les cartes modems sans fil. Cliquez ce lien pour plus d'information sur l'optimisation de l'ordinateur: Optimisation du système ordinateur
  23. Hey There! Love love love my Helix. However, I noticed a feature that I REALLY need regarding the Midi CC Command for footswitches. There is no Dim Value for these which is problematic. I'm trying to control my Boss RC-505 looper through Midi and it works great EXCEPT it will only fire the the first time. Any subsequent commands are permenentaly stuck at whatever MIDI value I sent it rather than going back to zero so it can reset for the next command firing. If I can get a DIM value, like on the Midi Toggle but for the Momentary MIDI CC command that would really make my rig a dream come true. I figure that'd be an easy thing to add in a future update but I could be wrong. What are the chances of that happening?
  24. Hi everybody, I am totally new to midi and can't figure this one out; I have the pod HD500x connected to my H&K Tubemeister 36 via 4-cable method and a midi cable. After spending some time I found out how to set it up so that I can use the foot switches to change the channels on the amp but the problem is that the effects which are stored on the other footswitches don't seem to work anymore? Anybody know how to fix this? Also I would like to know if it's possible that you put several commands on 1 FS? For instance; when I press FS1 I get my clean channel on the amp and at the same time the chorus-effect switches on, can that be done? And if yes, how? Hope somebody can help.... Thanks guys
  25. Hello friends! I have a problem that I would like to help me solve. Before I used my M9 and controlled it through my G-Lab Gsc3. I assigned a swtich (example # 1) of my controller and it called me to a scene inside a certain folder on my M9. I could turn a stomp on or off within that scene but at the MOMENT OF ME RETURNING THE SWTICH (# 1) OF MY CONTROLLER THE SCENE BACKED BACK TO ITS ORIGINAL STATUS (I used it in manual save). The point here is that so many times I stepped on my swtich # 1, so many times this recalling that assigned scene. Now, I have made the jump to the HX STOMP and I am very happy with all the midi options, however I can not get my controller to recalling the same preset. That is, if in preset 1A I modify the tap tempo and then step my swtich # 1 (of my controller) it does not call the preset 1A again so the tap tempo does not return to its original recorded state. In the same way with the FS you can assign as stomp or snaps and other parameters. As a detail, my G-Lab has a recalling option which I have activated (since before I used it like that on my M9) but I do not know why the HX STOMP does not work that way. I hope for help with this problem. Thank you!
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