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  1. Line6Will

    Helix Native FAQ

    Helix Native FAQ Q: Is Helix Native an entire Helix in a plugin? Yes. Helix Native features all the amp, cab, and effects models of Helix and Helix Rack, as well as IR loading. Its presets are fully compatible with Helix and Helix Rack hardware so you can effortlessly transfer your tones from the studio to the stage and back again. Q: Why did you make Helix Native plug-in? Because it’s the right thing to do. Helix is all about elegant solutions to musicians’ problems, and helps fulfill the studio-to-stage-and-back promise. With Helix Native, potentially weeks of work could be condensed down to a minute or two. Q: Is there a demo version to try out? Yes. You can try before they buy! A free trial is available at http://line6.com/software/ and is fully functional for 15 days. System Requirements Q: What are the supported Mac/PC System and Hardware Requirements and which Digital Audio Workstations are Helix Native be compatible with? Mac Computers: · Mac OS X 10.10 and 10.11 & macOS 10.12 · 64-bit AAX Native, Audio Units (AU), VST3 host DAW software · Supported Sample Rates: 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz, 96 kHz Minimum Hardware Requirements · Dual-Core 2.0GHz processor or faster · 4GB of RAM · 100MB of free disk space · Internet connection required for license authorization (and for trial version) Supported DAW and Plugin Formats (Mac) Windows Computers: · Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, & Windows 10 (64-bit only) · 64-bit AAX Native, VST3 or VST2 host DAW software · Supported Sample Rates: 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz Minimum Hardware Requirements · Dual-Core 2.0GHz processor or faster · 4GB of RAM · 100MB of free disk space · Internet connection required for license authorization (and for trial version) Supported DAW and Plugin Formats (PC) *To ensure that VST2 is installed, please check the box for it in the Helix Native installer. Q: Will Helix Native work with iLok? There is no licensing available through iLok. It is authorized on first run of the plugin. Just log in with your Line 6 username and password and click "authorize computer". Q: How many computers can Helix Native be installed on with a single license? Licensing is tied to Line 6 accounts and up to four computers can share a single license. Q: I installed Helix Native and can't authorize my computer. What should do I do? You may have exceeded the limit of authorized devices for your Line 6 account. Visit http://line6.com/account/devices/ for more information on de-authorizing an old device. You may also contact Customer Service to resolve authorization issues. Customer Purchase Terms and Conditions Q: How can I purchase Helix Native? Worldwide customers can purchase Helix Native from http://shop.line6.com. Customers will select a Helix Native pricing tier and follow instructions on shop.line6.com to complete their purchase. There are 4 price tiers for a customer to purchase Helix Native: 1) Helix Native is available for $399.99 2) Helix Native is available for $99.99, with proof of purchase of Helix Floor or Helix Rack 3) Helix Native is available for $299.99, with proof of purchase of Helix LT or POD Farm Platinum 4) Helix Native is available for $349.99, with proof of purchase of POD Farm Standard Terms and Conditions apply to each customer purchase option. In the United States, customers can also purchase Helix Native from Sweetwater.com Q: What hardware products are eligible for the various pricing tiers listed above? Eligible Products include Helix® Floor, Helix® Rack, Helix® LT, POD® X3 (all models), POD Farm® Platinum, POD Farm® Standard, POD Studio® (all models), Tone Port™ UX8, Tone Port™ Silver bundle, and Tone Port™ Gold bundle only. Eligible Products must be purchased as new from an authorized Line 6 reseller and must be owned by the individual who purchases (or has purchased) an Eligible Product from a Line 6 reseller and registers (or has registered) the Eligible Product at for a period of no less than one hundred eighty (180) days in order to qualify for the Promotional Savings. Additional Terms and Conditions apply. Q: Do I need to provide proof of purchase to qualify for the discounted pricing tier? During the purchase of Helix Native, shop.line6.com will check for a registered hardware product in your Line 6 account in order to determine if you qualify for the discounted pricing tier. Hence, it is important that you register your eligible product before you try to purchase Helix Native at the discounted price. Q: Can I keep Helix Native if I return their my product? If you return your eligible products, that will break the Terms and Conditions of your purchase of Helix Native and may be required to pay the difference or may have your Helix Native license revoked. Additional Terms and Conditions apply. Q: If I have trouble taking advantage of the discounted price of Helix Native? If you purchase an eligible product as new, and you're having difficulty with purchasing Helix Native at a discounted pricing tier, you can contact Line 6 Customer Support at Line6.com/support/tickets to extend the pricing discount after verification of the purchase and eligible product. Q: How many parameters can be automated in Helix Native? Parameters and/or block bypass states can be automated by assigning them to automation channels (16 knobs and 16 switches) in your DAW (up to 16 per instance). Q: Why did you limit the presets in Helix Native to the hardware? In order to maintain preset compatibility, Helix Native presets have the same constraints as Helix hardware products. Q: How many models will be available at launch? 62+ Amps, 37+ Cabs, 16 mics, and 101+ Effects. This is equivalent to Helix firmware 2.21. Q: I've just updated my Helix hardware’s firmware to x.xx, how can I be sure my patches will be compatible? There will be a statement in the About box for Helix Native that states which version of Helix Firmware is patch compatible. Q: Will Helix Control work with Helix Native connected via USB? FBV? Not at this time. Q: Will Helix Native support external MIDI for patch changes or parameter control? Not at launch. Q: Will there be updates for Helix Native like there is with Helix hardware? Our goal is to update models simultaneously in order to keep compatibility with Helix hardware. Q: I bought Helix Native and don't like it, can I return it? The standard return policy is 30 days from the date of purchase. Q: Will the UI be resizable? Not at launch. We are working on it. Q: Will Helix Native support Retina displays (2x resolution)? Not at launch. Q: Will there be undo/redo functionality? Not at launch. To be determined. Some DAWs can use the compare A/B to get around this. Q: Will Helix Native support Snapshots? Not at launch, but we are working on it. Q: Will Helix Native have a built-in tuner? Not at launch. Q: Will there be a stand alone version? Not at launch. Q: Are POD Farm presets compatible? No. POD Farm presets are not compatible, as they use an entirely different generation of amp and effect models. Q: Will Helix Native presets be compatible with my Helix hardware presets? Yes. At the time of writing, presets made with version 2.20 version firmware will be compatible with Helix Native, this primarily means that all of the processing models and blocks will be available. Presets downloaded from CustomTone.com will also be compatible. However, there are some caveats: Input and Output routing will be passing through to the DAW channel in/out. Sending to Path 2A/2B works. Noise Gate is functional from the input block. Variax settings are ignored. Guitar In-Z is ignored. Global parameters will not be accessible in the plugin Global EQ is not available in the plugin Send/Return blocks are ignored (bypassed) in the plugin IRs are supported, but must be stored in the 'Impulses' folder locally on the computer. Bypass Assignments and Controllers Assignments are ignored, and are instead triggered by incoming MIDI commands or automation channels. (see Helix MIDI spec) Command Center is not available in the plugin
  2. So I am having a problem with opening Pod Farm 2. in any DAW. It comes up with the screen that says "NO POD FARM LICENSE FOUND". The thing is, when I go into License manager, listed under "My Devices" is My Computer, which it also says is authorized. So I do not know what is going on. Why can't I open the version of Pod Farm I bought? HELP :(
  3. Hi, I'll try and explain my problem but bear with me, I'm not sure of all the technical terms! My set up - PC, 64 bit, running Win 7 Home. Cubase Elements 6. I'm using two DAWs - a Guitar Port and a ZOOM R24. Both have the right drivers and function without issue. The problem is, I've tried to install POD FARM 2 to use their amp models. This worked fine on my original set up but a few months ago I installed a solid state hard drive, reinstalled everything, authorised Cubase and POD FARM, installed it into the VST Plugin library - and this is where it gets confusing. I started with the free models of pod farm - no problems. I reauthorise my PC to run the entire software package - I get all the models and tones back, but now when I activate pod farm as an insert, it comes up, the interface is there - but no audio signal runs through it. I've tried both DAWs, I've tried resetting and reimporting the files using Cubase's plug in manager, which says that the insert is there and active.. I'm out of ideas now. I should mention that the audio signals play fine, and I can use the native Cubase inserts without a problem, but the Line 6 stuff is far better. Does anyone have any ideas?
  4. I just bought a used Line 6 POD 2.0 for my brother-in-law because he liked the convenience I have at home of just plugging my guitar into my POD and having the sound come out of my computer for learning songs from the internet or on mp3 file. My home setup is to use a regular guitar cable from the Left output of my POD 2.0, convert it into a stereo 3.5mm mini jack before my computer and plug the stereo mini plug into my computer's 3.5mm line-in jack. I have the direct/A.I.R switch on the POD set to direct mode. I use the Realtek audio card built into my motherboard and I have the line-in enabled in my computer sound settings. I'm running WIN7 and I use Audacity for any recording but mostly I use it just to have the ability to play and modify my guitar sound while it's coming out of my computer speakers. The problem is it turns out my brother's computer is a DELL All-in-one computer with WIN10, DOES NOT have a physical line in jack and only has 4 USB inputs, one speaker-out jack (in which he has installed a couple of Bose speakers) and one mini-headphone jack. "No problem" I thought - we'll convert the POD 2.0 1/4" out to a USB. I got him to purchase an Alesis Guitarlink cable that converts the regular guitar cable 1/4" to USB for supposedly plugging guitar directly into computer USB. The cable has a red LED on the USB end that lights up when it makes connection. The cable lit up as it was supposed to but nothing comes out the speakers. A look at his computer sound settings shows under the recording tab his realtek audio card and two other recording devices, "stereo mix" and the USB port. No matter which one I select as default - I can get all of them to show strong incoming signal when the guitar is strummed (bars go to max) but none of them output sound to the speakers. There is no 'line-in' listed in the recording devices tab as my own computer has. The 'properties' of each of the recording devices listed show volume level turned up and the 'listen' box checked. Very frustrating! I tried setting his POD direct/A.I.R switch to both settings and it made no difference. Music files play fine on his computer. Any ideas?
  5. I am having an issue with the USB recording.. it will be working for a while then a small noise, and then the guitar is delayed by a full second (ironically the bluetooth audio from my iPhone is not interrupted at all).. just the guitar suddenly is delayed horribly...
  6. PaulRGuitar

    Help! Pod HD Pro X no sound

    So i got the Pod HD Pro X today, but I cant get a sound out of it. My headphones are plugged into the Phones input at the front, the guitar in the guitar input of course. As input mode i selected guitar and as output Studio/Direct. The Pod HD is connect to my PC via USB. I have installed all drivers/software and the monkey does not show any new updates available. I can change the effects in Pod HD Pro x Edit and the pod hd is also reacting but i still have no sound (when playing music and stuff) and no guitar sound... I used the Line 6 UX2 before and I just had to plug in the guitar, the headphones and the USB and I had sound when watching youtube videos and stuff and guitar sound when I opened Pod Farm... Help me please! Greetings :) Edit: i dont know what I did, but i hear the sound the PC makes now, but still no guitar sound, although the signal is shown in Reaper and the Tuner is also working
  7. bellara

    POD X3 Live HISSING

    Hi. POD X3 Live (and I would not be surprised if ALL MULTI EFFECTS) - terrible Hissing pb. Just found the root cause but don't know how to solve it. My device is connected via USB to the PC. The device is also connected to external sound card in stereo using 2x 1/4 cables. In fact there is a loop POD==>USB==>PC==>sound card==>POD. HISS occurs in that very construct even if POD is not plugged to the transformer power supply !!! The hiss is EMI induced (electro magnetic interference) from electrical source which ever it is (probably computer) If I break the loop in any way, EMI induced hiss stops. for instance, keep POD==>1/4 cables==>sound card plugged and disconnect USB ========> no more HISS. Keep PC==>USB==>POD plugged and disconnect 1 of the 2 1/4 cable = 2fold less hiss ; the 2 cables ====>no more HISS. What I am not sure is whether loop can be broken using solid and shielded 1/4 cables. Any help appreciated. DIMEBAG.
  8. How do I get my sound to come out of my computer speakers? I have my POD HD500 plugged in to my computer through USB and through one of the outputs (one end is an instrument cable for the pod, and the other end is a headphone/aux cable for the computer). I've tried messing with the sound settings on my computer, but I don't hear anything when I play. I've seen this done before, so I know it's possible. I don't even think I need a USB for it, but I've tried it without one as well. Please help.
  9. So my computer crashed not long ago and needed to get it fixed and re-installed. I have a Line 6 Pod Studio UX2 that was authorized on my old ID (before the computer crashed), but since it crashed I couldn't deauthorize the device before reinstalling. Now I can't complete my deauthorization because it tells me to deauthorize the device through the other computer (which is the one I am using now, but reinstalled with new ID). What does this mean? Does this mean I can't use my device at all because I can't complete the process? Please help, I have been looking for anyone with he same issue, but with no luck. I was hoping to just deauthorize through my account on Line 6 and then authorize the device again on this new ID. It would be really unfortunate if I have to buy a new POD because of this...
  10. I just purchased a brand new Sonic Port VX. When I plug it in to a Mac computer or Windows, NOTHING happens. There was no CD included in the box, I have it connected directly in to Mac computer at the moment. When I open garageband, there's no option for the Line 6 POD effects, and there is no indication that the device is even connected. What do I do?
  11. Greetings Line6-Community, I want to use my POD HD500 as a USB interface for my PC, instead of using my bulit in soundcard. The only problem for me is, that I need separate outputs for the PC-Sounds and the Inputs (in my case: Guitar via "Guitar IN" and microphone via "AUX IN"). Is it possible to get the PC Signal through the "phones output" and separatley the inputs through the "1/4 L/R Outputs"? Thanks advance for your help! ^_^
  12. I am selling my Pod XT and want to store all it's preset custom tones such as tones for particular bands/songs as computer files for use in Pod Farm. Is there an easy way to do this?
  13. sirspikey

    Sound Suddenly Stops Working In Win7

    Contacted the support about 2 years ago regarding my secondhand Pod XT. I would be doing whatever on the computer, playing guitar, games, videos etc and suddenly the sound would disappear. Trying to change to another soundcard didn't work or anything regarding sound for that matter because somehow the sound was 'locked' or I presume, stuck in a loop... The support told me it was a hardware problem, since we'd tried everything else, and suggested I sent it to repair. I didn't though, I just kept going, only had to restart the computer when it happened so I didn't feel like spending money on something I'd pay 50 euro for. But now I have bought a new HD 500X and it is fine and all, BUT suddenly the sound disappeared... Hardware malfunction? Hardly. I've been checking some old forum post and I'm not the only one with this problem. So my suggestion to Line6 is that you gather as much information you can on this problem and fix it. I would start by checking your codes for handling the USB...
  14. Which Line 6 Home Recording/Practice Set-Up is Best? (For recording metal/rock music) Hey everyone, I'm just wondering if anyone has an opinion on this... It's been a while having lost all my equipment 4 years ago right when my band was very active. But right now I'm looking to get a home setup where I can easily record and practice. Nothing crazy or fancy, but something I can setup fairly quickly or take with me, but also something that will allow me to produce and record demos for my metal/nu-metal band, Caidema (http://www.facebook.com/caidemaband). I'm really interested in a direct recording But I also know that just mic'ing an amp can be much better. After a lot of research for my budget ($300) I've been looking at the Line 6 POD UX1 and the POD UX2. I'm Leaning more towards the Line 6 POD UX1 more than the other. What I'm not sure about is if if I should go with the UX1, or one of these: Line 6 POD 2.0, POD XT, or Pocket POD. All I need is to be able to plug my guitar and headphones into it (without an amplifier) and be able to practice whenever, wherever (and not lollipop off the neighbors.) I also need to be able to turn on my computer,set everything up, load up the PODfarm, audacity and record my guitar, vocals, etc. I have $300 to get what I need for the setup, required cables and wires, and microphone if possible. Down the line I'll buy more equipment, but for now I just need a simple "I live on my grandfather's couch" setup. Just not sure which one of those I should go with. OR would it be better to go with my other option: buy a 15-30w Line 6 spider amp, buy a microphone to mic the amp, and buy a different USB Audio Interface. (All for under $300 somehow) What do you guys think? Line 6 POD Studio UX1 or Line 6 POD 2.0, Line 6 PODxt, POD Pocket (Or if there is any other product I don't have listed please let me know) • Line 6 POD Studio UX1 (with Podfarm) • Line 6 POD 2.0 • Line 6 Pocket Pod (used)
  15. hello, when i connect my POD 2.0 to my computer via the line in/mic i get audio lag. i have a soundblaster recon 3d. Tried the right/left output and also the headphone jack and still get lag. i tried disabling the THX Studio Pro effects but still have the same problem. Is there some setting ive missed with the recon 3d,?, i using direct air mode on the pod so i dont think its a problem with the pod because having plugged headphones straight into the headphone jack i dont get any lag at all. im just using a standard 3.5mm cable with adapter to plug into computer. Do i need a better soundcard? i have no clue why this is happening because you dont normally get lag from these kind of amp modeling/fx processors like the pod 2.0
  16. hello, I'm pretty new to MIDI, but since I recently bought a KORG Volca Keys unit, I was wondering if I could use my Toneport KB37 as the MIDI controller for this device without first going through a computer? I'm asking because in all the forums and manuals it always mentions going through a computer, and of course the kb37 does not have the MIDI DIN connector. if I get a USB-MIDI converter cable (or SPDIF-MIDI??), can I just plug the kb37 into the Volca and have it work? what kind of cable do I need, in case it needs a special cable? and, you know: just all the other silly noob questions about (this) midi setup that you can think of... ;) thanks, Eric. PS: this is a video of the KORG Volca Keys with a midi keyboard setup, I'm looking for something similar, but with the KB37 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVTm0mT53fU
  17. I just spent almost a month troubleshooting my problem with recording from my POD UX2 onto my hard drive. My problem was that the recording sounded nothing like what was coming out of the monitors -- the monitors were nice and crisp and heavy and sounded good enough to be presentable, but the recording kep coming out fuzzy, muted, tinny, and overall just total lollipop in general. So here's how I got around this issue. 1. I got some advice to record only the DRY INPUT from POD Farm. To do this, you have to go to your mixer on the standalone software (open it on its own on your computer) and set it to record dry input only. 2. use your DAW to IMPORT POD Farm so that you can run it INSIDE the DAW itself. What this means is that you'll be recording a plain signal with no amps or effects, then ADDING the effect on top of that plain signal. Don't worry -- you can still MONITOR how it will sound by keeping the standalone software open. If you're like me and you're too stupid to figure this out on your own, you usually have to find something in an effects or preferences menu in your DAW or a menu item called "plug-in manager" or something else with the word "plug-in" in it. That will lead you to a window where you can go to your C drive, find your Program Files folder, and open the line6 folder inside that and import all the effects in there into your DAW. I had to have someone hold my hand through that. There is just too much to understand about this stuff. 3. Don't use lollipop software. I tried using POD Farm running inside of a few programs before I tried Adobe Audition, and that was the first one to actually sound good. In Cakewalk Music Creator LE5 and the Reason software that came packaged with my POD, the POD effects always turned my signal to mud. In Audition, it's nice and clean and it actually sounds good. I can't recommend anything other than Audition for this since I haven't tried anything else. So, there you have it. If you are having a hard time getting your POD UX2 to not sound like your guitar is plugged into a rusty old car muffler, try recording a dry signal into good software and then adding the effects you want after the recording is done.
  18. My computer does not pick up my pod HD 500 I installed the driver with line 6 monkey for the pod HD 500 and the installation processes said it was successful, but when I go back into line 6 monkey the option to update the driver is still there. When I say connect to device in line 6 monkey it doesn't want to connect and in Pod HD EDIT it does not detect the device. What am I doing wrong ?
  19. SonnyJ

    Pod Hd 500

    Hello, I am fairly new to this system and set-up with computers but i dont understand why the sound is changes. I create the sound then save it to my pod, but then sounds different. For example :- load Casbah to set list 3B then tweak it a bit and add pitch shift to down it 2 steps all on my computer and sound awesome. Then transfer it to my POD HD step on the switch and loose the clarity, sound slightly distorted so loose the clean tone. Even the other sound i transfer don't sound the same. I am obviously missing something so any advice will greatly appreciated. Thanks SJ
  20. Hey, guys! I've been a user of my Pod X3 for about 3-4 years now and I loved that it came with lots of effects, amps, and whatnot. Unfortunately, my computer died a couple months ago and I finally got a new PC with all the programs that I need to run up and going. The only thing I can't really get back to work correctly is the Pod X3. It had a mass amounts of guitar amps and bass amps (etc.) on my old computer.. but now switching it to this computer I only have a measly 2 guitar amps, 2 bass amps, Etc. What happened? Also, i did the license manager thing after I installed the drivers and Pod Farm 1 & 2 but I honestly don't remember the username and password for it since it was so long ago and I've switched my email over and over again (for reasons) I can come up with an idea of what the password might be since I've been using the same couple passwords for numerous years. But for some reason it won't recognize my registered device (and yes it was successfully installed with drivers and all). All I want is to have all my effects back :( someone help?
  21. Hello Everyone, my first time posting to the forums. I've done a quick search on this and haven't found anything that gave any answers to my question....but sorry if this has been already answered and I just overlooked it. Anyway.... I recently purchased a Spider Jam combo amp and been trying to figure out how to connect the damn thing to my brand shiny new Macbook Pro? Do I need to go through the SD Card, or is there some sort of wires/cables like USB I could use? As for software on my Mac (OS X 10.8.4), for right now I'm just gonna use Garage Band. Mainly what I'm hoping to do is record my guitar to some of the backing tracks provided on the amp, and then share them with my Guitar Instructor. Any help or info about this would be greatly appreciated :)
  22. Deutsch Français In order for your computer to recognize your device when you are connected via USB, you will first need to install the appropriate drivers. Here is what you will need to do to install drivers on a Windows computer: 1) Download and launch the latest version of Line 6 Monkey, which is your intelligent updater program for Line 6 gear. See the following link for more information on Line 6 Monkey: Line 6 Monkey Installation and F.A.Q. 2) Turn off all other programs and disconnect all non-essential USB and Firewire devices (printers, cameras, mp3 players, etc.) from the computer (USB mouse and keyboard can be an exception if you do not have an alternative). 3) Launch Line 6 Monkey. If your unit is not connected (or there are no previous drivers installed), Monkey will ask you to choose the Line 6 device you wish to configure. For this tutorial we will select a Line 6 Guitarport from the dropdown menu. 4) Once the Guitarport is selected in the configuration window, select "OK". 5) In the Updates tab, highlight Drivers and select "Update Selection" on the right hand side of Line 6 Monkey's user interface. 6) Monkey will connect to our server and download the appropriate drivers for your Line 6 device. 7) After the drivers are downloaded, Line 6 Monkey will exit so the Driver Install Wizard can launch. Select "OK". 8) Once the Line 6 Monkey prompts you to plug your device in, the Windows Found New Hardware Wizard should open. Please follow the steps of the hardware wizard, and select "Next" to move to the next section. 9) If you are on a Windows machine you may be asked if you want to continue the install. Select "Continue Anyway" if you see this. 10) Wait for the installation wizard to complete the installation 11) Once the hardware wizard has finished loading the drivers, your drivers should now be successfully installed. Select "finish" 12) Now when you run Line 6 Monkey, you will now see the drivers with a Green check mark next to them in the updates tab. For more information on Drivers and how they work please follow the link below. Device Driver Explanation Sometimes it takes one more step to get the driver associated with the Line 6 Device. First let's get to your Device Manager. Right-click the My Computer icon on your desktop. This will open the device manager. Now you will see a yellow question mark just like the one below: Right-click the question mark and select "Update Driver". Then follow the prompts for the driver installation. If your driver install was unsuccessful, please make sure your computer is optimized for use with Line 6 gear by using the following link: Computer System Audio Optimization Windows: USB Geräte: Treiberinstallation: Damit Ihr Computer Ihr Line 6 Gerät erkennt wenn Sie es per USB anschließen müssen Sie erst passende Treiber installieren. Um nun Treiber auf Ihrem Windows Computer zu installieren müssen sie folgende Schritte durchführen: 1. Laden Sie sich die neuste Version der Line 6 Monkey Software herunter und installieren Sie diese. Line 6 Monkey ist das Programm, welches Ihre Line 6 Produkte aktualisiert. Für weitere Informationen, klicken Sie folgenden Link: Installation und F.A.Q. zur Line 6 Monkey Software 2. Schließen Sie alle unnötigen Programme und trennen Sie nicht unbedingt nötige USB- und Firewire Geräte von Ihrem Computer. (Drucker, Kameras, MP3 Player,...) 3. Starten Sie Line 6 Monkey. Wenn Ihr Gerät nicht verbunden ist (oder noch keine Treiber installiert sind) wird Monkey Sie nach dem Gerät fragen, welches Sie konfigurieren wollen. Für diese Anleitung werden wir Line 6 Guitarport auswählen. 4. Wenn Sie Ihr Gerät nun ausgewählt haben, klicken Sie OK. 5. Im "Updates" Tab wählen Sie nun "Drivers" aus und klicken auf "Update Selection" auf der rechten Seite des Interfaces. 6. Monkey verbindet sich nun mit unserem Server und lädt die richtigen Treiber für Ihr Line 6 Gerät herunter. 7. Nachdem die Treiber heruntergeladen sind wird sich Monkey schließen und die Treiber Installationssoftware starten. Klicken Sie OK. 8. Sobald Line 6 Monkey Sie nun dazu auffordert Ihr Gerät einzustecken wird sich ein neues Fenster öffnen, das Fenster zur Installation neuer Geräte. Folgen Sie hier den Anweisungen. Klicken Sie auf "Weiter". 9. Vielleicht öffnet sich während der Installation das folgende Fenster, klicken Sie auf "Installation fortsetzen": 10. Warten Sie nun, bis die Installation fertiggestellt wurde. 11. Der Treiber sollte nun erfolgreich installiert sein. Klicken Sie auf "Fertig". 12. Wenn Sie nun Line 6 Monkey starten werden Sie eine grüne Markierung links neben "Drivers" sehen. Für weitere Informationen über Treiber und wie diese funktionieren folgen Sie diesem Link: Wikipedia: Gerätetreiber In manchen Fällen müssen Sie jedoch noch einen weiteren Schritt durchführen um den Treiber zu installieren. Zuerst müssen Sie jedoch dazu den Gerätemanager öffnen. Rechtsklicken Sie den Arbeitsplatz. Klicken Sie auf Eigenschaften dann auf den Tab Hardware und klicken Sie hier auf den Gerätemanager. Dies wird nun den Gerätemanager öffnen. Hier können Sie nun ein gelbes Fragezichen sehen. Rechtsklicken Sie das Fragezeichen und klicken Sie auf "Treiber aktualisieren". Folgen Sie nun den Anweisungen. Wenn Die Treiberinstallationen nicht erfolgreich war können Sie noch Ihren Computer anhand der folgenden Einstellungen für die Nutzung von Line 6 Geräten optimieren: Audio Optimierung für Computer Systeme Windows: Appareil USB: Installation des pilotes: Pour que votre ordinateur puisse reconnaître l'appareil Line 6 que vous voulez connecter, il a besoin des pilotes. Pour installer des pilotes, vous devez procéder comme-ça: 1. Téléchargez et installez la version la plus récente du logiciel Line 6 Monkey. Line 6 Monkey est le programme qui met vos produits Line 6 à jour. Pour recevoir des informations supplémentaires, utilisez ce lien: Installation et foire de questions Line 6 Monkey 2. Fermez tous les programmes inutiles et détachez les appareils USB et Firewire inutiles de votre ordinateur. (Imprimante, caméra, lecteur mp3,…) 3. Démarrez Line 6 Monkey. Si votre appareil n'est pas encore connecté (ou aucun pilote est installé) Line 6 Monkey vous demande l'appareil vous voulez configurer. Nous choisissons Line 6 Guitarport pour ce tutoriel. 4. Si vous avez choisissez votre appareil, cliquez OK. 5. Dans le tab "Updates" cliquez "Update Selection" à gauche de l'interface. 6. Maintenant, Line 6 Monkey se connecte à nos serveurs et télécharge les pilotes correctes pour votre appareil Line 6. 7. Après ce téléchargement a fini, Monkey se ferme et ouvre l'installation de pilotes. Cliquez OK. 8. Une fois Money veut que vous connectez votre appareil au ordinateur, une nouvelle fenêtre s'ouvre, l'installation des pilotes de Windows. Suivez les instructions. Cliquez "Suivant". 9. C'est possible que la fenêtre prochaine s'ouvre. Cliquez "Continuer". 10. Attendez jusqu'à la fin d'installation. 11. Le pilote devrait être installé. Cliquez "Terminer". 12. Si vous démarrez Line 6 Monkey, vous pouvez voir un marqueur vert à gauche de "Drivers". Pour des informations supplémentaires sur les pilotes te comment ils fonctionnent, cliquez ce lien: Wikipedia: Pilote informatique Dans certains cas, vous avez besoin d'une autre étape pour installer le pilote. Ouvrez le gestionnaire de périphériques. Faites un clic droit sur le poste de travail. Cliquez propriétés et choisissez le tab Hardware. Cliquez sur le gestionnaire de périphériques. Cet ouvre le gestionnaire de périphériques. Ici vous voyez un point d'interrogation jaune. Faites un clic droite sur ce point d'interrogation et cliquez "Mettre à jour le pilote". Suivez les instructions. Si l'installation du pilote n'a pas réussie, vous pouvez optimiser votre système pour l'utilisation des appareils Line 6. Optimisation audio pour l'ordinateur
  23. Hello everyone! I am about to buy a DT25 combo to use with my POD HD500. I read somewhere, when you connect both devices through L6 Link, HD500 USB out goes quiet and only works as a MIDI interface (no sound signal). I used to make my recordings directly from HD500 USB out to a PC USB and directly to a DAW (Audacity, Reaper, etc...). Is there any way of continuing recording digitally, while playing HD500 connected to DT25 via L6 Link? If not, my enthusiasm on that Amp goes completely down the drain and I might call the deal off :( Anyone could give me a hint? Thank you all! Miguel
  24. I'm trying to play songs from my laptop through the POD into a guitar amp. I jam along with a second amp but. However, I'm getting a lot of noise. I'm running a 1/8" cable from the headphones jack on my laptop to the aux in on my Foor Pod Plus. I then use a 1/4" sheilded instrument cable to run from the POD mono out to the instrument input on a guitar amp. I get really bad high frequency interference-type noise coming through the amp. The strange thing is, if I hook up my iPod instead of my computer it is crystal clear. Or if I have my computer hooked up and use headphones via the POD instead of the amp, it is crystal clear. Only this computer + POD + amp scenario creates noise. I *could* just load the songs onto my iPod and use it, but it would be a pain and not nearly as convenient as using my computer. Any ideas what could be causing this noise and how to fix it? Thanks. Scott
  25. Here is the user's guide found in the Help section of the Variax Workbench software. Please click on each image to view the instructions: Workbench Setup Workbench Tonelocker Workbench Editor Pt. 1 Workbench Editor Pt. 2
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