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Umanile posted a topic in HelixHi all! Just a quick question: is it possible to assign an expression pedal to control, for example, the volume, in a snapshot, and change the function of that very expression pedal in another snapshot, for example, a wah control?
In the AMPLIFi Remote editor, there are 10 effects blocks that you can turn on and off, and assign different models and parameters to. Some of them can be dragged to different locations, some can't. Of these ten blocks, only three of them can be assigned as: Drives and Dynamics Mods Delays Filters, Synths and Pitch A quick way to tell which three can be assigned these effects types is that they have a border around them: Notice Stomp, Synth and Mod all are bordered. However, Reverb is selected, so its border is brighter. Here's how to change the effect type of those three blocks: 1. Select one of the three blocks by touching it. In this example, we'll select Stomp. 2. The effect will then show the effect type (in this case, "stomp"), the effect name ("Facial Fuzz"), and a power button to the right to turn the effect on or off. Touch the effect type to change it. 3. You'll then see a "Type" button. Touch it. 4. The block types then appear. Choose one. 5. Lastly, select an effect and touch OK. 6. The block has been changed. There is no restriction on the number of similar effect types or effects assigned to these three blocks. Three stomps, each with a Fuzz Pi on it? Knock yourself out! Just don't forget to save your tone (cloud icon, then disc icon).
Line6david posted a article in POD HD Family
Once you have installed Line 6 Monkey and the applicable drivers for your Line 6 device, you will be able to assign your USB capable device as the sound card for your computer. See the following instructions for assigning your Line 6 device as a sound card for your Windows Vista Operating System: 1) Select the "start menu" and select "Control Panel". 2) Select "Classic View" if not already selected, then select "Sound". 3) Select the playback tab, then select your Line 6 device (this example uses a Toneport UX-1), then select "Set Default". 4) Select the Recording tab, select your Line 6 device (this example uses a Toneport UX-1), then select "set as default" (if applicable). Then select "OK". 5) Close the window. Be sure that your speakers and/or headphones are connected to your Line 6 device (rather than the computer's sound card).