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Hi, I'm trying to create a couple of stereo presets for my new HX Stomp XL but find it rather hard to get something together without reaching the DSP limit. My absolute minimum starting point for creating the preset is 2 pre-amps one for the left and one for the right channel to keep it stereo plus one dual cab sim. This already occupies 3 blocks and there is just a tiny little bit of DSP power left. This is just the basics no fancy FX yet. So here are two feature request I would really need in order to create decent stereo presets without buying a bigger unit. And I guess the concept of the Helix is to be able to do stereo, right? 1. Wouldn't it be possible to let the user decide to increase the buffer size to get more DSP power trading-off for some more latency? 2. Like the dual cab, a dual pre-amp would waste less space in the chain. Thanks Timo
Actually, I read about v2.5 having code/algo/DSP/whatever optimizations, that is: More juice! I think it was DI who said that, don't remember where, and I had totally forgotten until I loaded one of the patches I use with my A band, the band I'm using Helix with. It's a patch where I'd need different dirt options and I can't get them because I'm running low on dsp, so I try to load a different one than the one that's there and I notice that I now have like twice the HX drive options I had before but... the whole legacy bank of drives appears greyed out??? Do legacy drives actually require more dsp than the HX ones or have I just found a bug?