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Found 26 results

  1. galluzz

    Set left or right Pan to effect

    Hello guys, I have a question: it's possible to set pan to single effect? For example set one effect only on Left o Right channel? I've searched in the effect list but I had found only "autopan"
  2. Hello guys. I'm a complete newbie when it comes to all this having just used amp heads, cabinets and pedals for years. I'm sure this has been answered a million times but I'm struggling with the tone and I'm not sure if I've set my patch up correctly. Using the 4 CM do I need to put in a preamp block or not? At the moment I don't and everything sounds quite off to me. I'm going I to an orange cr120 head and having to go I to the clean channel which only has a treble/ bass control and if I try to go into the dirty channel, who h has bass treble and mids I lose volume unless the gain is cranked all the way up which then affects the sound of any distortion or overdrive pedals I e put in my patch. Sorry if I haven't explained this very well. I'll post a picture of my patch below
  3. Hamladriel

    Hd500x Vocal synth preset !!

    Hello, my pod hd500x motherboard crashed and i’ll buy the hx effect, but can someone give me the complete preset of the « vocal synth » by pics, it would be easier i think? thx a lot
  4. zivdud

    Yaya Effect

    Now that we have a filter/vocoder type of effect I have been trying to recreate an effect that I have on my digitech pedals but I am having some difficulty. Anyone have any suggestions on how to get a similar sound from Helix? Would great to just use the one pedal. Thanks!
  5. ​Hello everybody! I'm new here and new with my UX1. I'm so far very happy with it. I have been searching swells packs for worship, but it seems the UX1 doesn't have that.. Am I right? No such/similar effects? I would appreciate if anybody with experience with this stuff would link me to some patches or addons or anything that could help me out, thank you in advance! veecharlie.
  6. lev_kusanagi

    Octave effect?

    I'm thinking of buying the Amplifi TT. Does it have an octave down effect? If not, can I program it myself somehow? Thank you.
  7. My second day of use and I get echo effect even will all my dial knobs put to zero to min. I tried to reset by holding 'clean' while powering on for few 5-8 secs. But this effect continues. Hep me out. How does a clean setting sound and audio file or video somewhere to compare mine?
  8. BoneToner

    Big Muff Tone

    Hey Everyone, I was running my Black Russian Big Muff (chicken head knobs) through the effects loop of the helix, as this is a big part of my sound, and was comparing/trying to get a similar tone out of the helix triangle fuzz. I noticed a couple big differences and was hoping some of you might be able to steer me in the right direction. The biggest difference and one that bugged me the most is how much more bottom end and punch the Russian BM had, I attempted at running a compressor and then an EQ(firstly by themselves, then together) before/after the Triangle Fuzz and didn't seem to be able to get it to do what I wanted at all. I also noticed that the sustain on the Russian at about 2 O'clock seemed to be hotter than the Triangle Fuzz at 10. This might be slightly due to the low end loss though. I tried out my rat in the effects loop against the Vermin Dist and noticed very similar results, losing that low end grit to it. Just curious if you lovely people have any suggestions for beefing those up! Thanks in advanced!
  9. I just added a plea in the ideascale library for adding the Boss DS-1 to the sounds of the Firehawk. All in favour, please add your vote! http://line6.ideascale.com/a/dtd/Add-Boss-DS-1-sound-to-Firehawk/795018-23508?submitted=1
  10. metalpr

    Particle Verb low frequency noise

    Greetings, In my POD HD500x, I used roll of the volume of my guitar, turn the the particle verb on, hit a chord, turn the volume up and then turn the particle verb off. This gave me a really nice pad/synth like effect that would sustain forever until I change to another patch. I tried this very same trick/affect in the Helix and it does sustains as expected but then a low end rumble/feedback like sound comes out of the Helix and it gets louder and louder to the point that makes the effect unusable. That never happened on the POD HD500x. I put an EQ at the end of the chain and cut the low frequencies and no luck. I even changed the global EQ and cut the lows frequencies and no luck. It seems like this noise bypasses the EQ of the pedal. Does it happens on your Helix as well?
  11. st3eve

    Shimmer Effect

    Hi! Is there a shimmer effect like the Line6 Verbzilla in Octo mode? Thanks Steeeve
  12. darwan23

    Amp / Preamp Stompbox ?

    Hi everyone, what about something a little bit smaller than POD? ;) http://line6.ideascale.com/a/dtd/Amp-Preamp-Stompbox-with-effects-loop-and-headphone-output/836960-23508
  13. How do you use midi to turn on/off an effect? I see how to change the parameters of an effect but not how to enable/disable the effect block. Any ideas?
  14. Hey guys, These days I am experimenting with some ambient patches and I am just trying to work with the Smart Harmony Effect and create something usable our of it, but I just can't. I don't even know what its parameters do and I can't find any instructions on the internet as well. Could anyone shed some light upon this Smart Harmony Effect? I was thinking about using it for ambient patches, like I said. Thanks!
  15. Hello, I would like to know if it's possible to add a loop effect, pedal in the pod farm ? Or if does a compatible software exist ? Thanks' Sébastien
  16. 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).
  17. carnivore2000

    "Bass Emulator" tone for AMPLIFi

    Can a "Bass Emulator tone" be build with the AMPLIFi? Like in the POD HD Desktop, there are a few good ones in the cloud for PODs (I'm not bass player, and don't wanna buy a bass-guitar)
  18. Hello, fellow M20d users :) I was just thinking on how I can achieve a short "effect shot" on the M20d without having a sound guy turning the effect on and off or switching Scenes during a song. I´m trying to do the following: For one song I need a long reverb on my percussion kit, just for 3-4 strokes on the intro, then I want to return to "normal operations" or better said my normal global settings for the groove of the song. I don´t have anybody who could turn the reverb on during the gig with the IPad, nor do I want to Switch Scens during the running song. My thought was that I maybe can "route" the reverb to an empty Encoder/channel and then just unmute this channel for the intro and mute it afterwards. Is there a way I can achive this with the M20d somehow? Yeah, I know I can turn on and off the effect on the channel myself, but I don´t want to switch away from the perform screen. So, I need to find a way to push just a button or encoder on the perform screen to turn on or off the reverb for the percussion kit.
  19. I got a Spider IV 15W amplifier that is pretty nice piece of hardware, but recently it has developed an issue where chorus/flanger gets turned on by itself. For example I have a clean tone without any effects enabled. For some reason chorus or flanger gets turned on even when no one is touching the amp. I did factory reset (hold Clean for 5-8secs while turning on the amp) and I've tried to rotate effect knobs from 0% to 100% and back to 0% for some time if it's defective knob but this isn't really helping. Any of you guys have any suggestions I could try to troubleshoot this problem?
  20. Hi, I have a podUX1 with PODFARM2, I designed a preset for a cool VanHalen tone with soldano, compressor, tubescreamer, chorus, plate and short delay. I wonder if a solution exists to bring the preset onstage (in an hardware pedal for example). I don't care of the amp simulation, I would like to have the chorus, plate and delay only in the same pedal and not necessary change the settings of each effect. To summarize, the pedal with only a footswitch which has the settings predefined (for the VH tone I love :D). An analogic solution will not be very accurate and programm a DSP for a numerical solution seems to be really hard to emulate the same tone of podfarm :(. I hope someone has an answer... Sorry for my poor English, Thanks in advance :), Lucas
  21. Line6Don

    Stereo/Mono FX List for POD HD

    Deutsch Français Mono/Stereo Table for the POD HD Series Effects. Special Thanks to JimRyanLine6 who originally researched and created this list. True Stereo - Left input goes to the Left output, Right goes to the Right output, effect is added to each channel separately. Mono - Left input and Right input are summed to mono, effect is added to the mono signal which goes to both the Left and Right outputs. Stereo Thru/Mono Effect - Left input goes to the Left output, Right input goes to the Right output, Left input and Right input are summed to mono, effect is added to the mono signal which goes to both the Left and Right outputs. Stereo Thru/Stereo Effect - Left input goes to the Left output, Right input goes to the Right output, Left input is processed to create a stereo effect and mixed with the Left and Right outputs, Right input is processed to create a stereo effect and mixed with the Left and Right outputs. The difference between the last two is a mono effect will sound like it is in the center of the stereo field, a stereo effect will lay across the stereo field. mono_stereo.doc Mono / Stereo-Tabelle für die Effekte de POD HD-Serie. Vielen Dank an JimRyanLine6 der diese Liste ursprünglich recherchiert und erstellt hat. True Stereo - Der Linke Eingang geht an den linken Ausgang, der rechte an den rechten Ausgang. Effekte werden auf jeden Kanal separat angewandt. Mono - Der rechte und linke Eingang werden in ein Mono Signal gebunden, Effekte werden auf das Mono Signal angewandt, welches sowohl an den linken als auch an den rechten Ausgang angeschlossen wird. Stereo Thru / Mono Effect - Der Linke Eingang geht an den linken Ausgang, der rechte an den rechten Ausgang. Rechter und linker Eingang werden als einzelnes Mono Signal gebunden und Effekte werden auf das Monosignal angewandt, welches an den rechten sowie an den linken Ausgang angeschlossen ist. Stereo Thru / Stereo Effect - Der Linke Eingang geht an den linken Ausgang, der rechte an den rechten Ausgang. Der linke Eingang wird dann bearbeitet um einen stereo Effekt zu erzeugen und mit den linken und rechten Ausgängen vermischt. Der rechte Eingang wird auch bearbeitet um ein stereo Signal zu erzeugen und dieser wird auch dann mit beiden Ausgängen vermischt. Der Unterschied zwischen den beiden letzten ist ein Mono-Effekt klingt, als sei es in der Mitte des Stereofeldes während ein Stereo-Effekt sich über das gesamte Stereofeld ausbreitet. mono_stereo.doc Mono / Stereo tableau pour les effets des POD HD. Merci à JimRyanLine6 qui a initialement créé cette liste. True Stereo - L'entrée gauche est branchée à la sortie gauche, l'entrée droite est branchée à la sortie droite, l'effet est ajouté à chaque canal séparément. Mono - L'entrées gauche et droit sont mélangés en un signal mono, l'effet est ajouté à ce signal mono qui va aux sorties gauche et droite. Stereo Thru / Mono Effect -L'entrée gauche est branchée à la sortie gauche, l'entrée droite est branchée à la sortie droite. Les entrées gauche et droit sont mélangés en un signal mono, l'effet est ajouté à ce signal mono qui va aux sorties gauche et droite. Stereo Thru / Stereo Effect - L'entrée gauche est branchée à la sortie gauche, l'entrée droite est branchée à la sortie droite. L'entrée gauche est traité pour créer un effet stéréo et est mélangé avec les sorties gauche et droite, l'entrée droite est traitée pour créer un effet stéréo et mélangé avec les sorties gauche et droite. La différence entre les deux derniers est un effet mono sonnera comme si elle se trouve dans le centre et un effet stéréo se diffuse sur tous l'image stéréo. mono_stereo.doc
  22. Hey guys, I have a Floorpod plus and I want to make a series of my own effects. My question is: When editing a bank that already has an effect on it, how can I turn the effect off? (Like when choosing a pre amp I can choose "off", but I can't turn the effect off by just adjusting the effects teak knob to zero). Thanks
  23. Line6Tony

    GearBox Plug-In Effect: Discontinued

    The GearBox Plug-In (AU, RTAS, VST) Effect license and software support has been discontinued since the release of POD Farm Plug-In Version 1.00 on October 29, 2008. Line 6 has not tested the GearBox Plug-In functionality with any newer DAW version releases since October of 2008. If you are experiencing issues trying to get the Plug-In Effect to work properly in current recording software programs, please use the latest version of POD Farm Plug-In software instead. For new users with no previous Line 6 USB hardware or license purchase history, the option in 2011 for a Line 6 amp modelling Plug-In Effect is to purchase the POD Farm 2.5 license and run that software version. NOTE: GearBox "Standalone" software usage is still currently supported for GuitarPort Online subscribers.
  24. Line6Tony

    GearBox Plug-In: FAQ

    The GearBox Plug-In License was only available as an Optional/Add-On purchase prior to 2009. After POD Farm Plug-In was launched, we stopped selling the GearBox Plug-In License altogether and it has since been discontinued and is no longer supported. If you purchased an older TonePort DI-Silver, TonePort DI-Gold, TonePort UX8 device then you will still have access to the GearBox Plug-In feature, since this was embedded into the aforementioned devices. POD Studio Devices will not have GearBox Plug-In capabilities, only POD Farm Plug-In. GearBox Plug-In Discontinuation FAQ NOTE: For an definition of what an audio Plug-In is, please visit the following articles: Windows (VST): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virtual_Studio_Technology Mac OSX (AU): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Audio_Units Q: Can I run a single Plug-In on two different devices at the same time? A: No. You will need to either transfer the license from unit A to unit B, or purchase separate Gearbox plug-ins for each Line 6 device you want to use the plug-in with. Q: Why I am hearing a dry guitar signal when I use the plug-in? A: Your DAW or non-Line 6 hardware may have an "input mute" that will need to be enabled when using the plug-in to avoid hearing the dry input signal. Q: My Plug-Ins aren't showing up in the recording application? A: Please keep in mind that some recording applications including Logic and Sonar will have to run a Plug-In scan before you can use your plug-in. You will need to refer to your recording application's user manual to find out where your plug in scan resides in the application. Q: I am not seeing the tuner as an option when I am using the plug-in? A: There is no tuner function in gearbox when used as a plug-in. However; the tuner will function normally in a stand-alone application. Q: Where is the Gearbox Plug-In located? A: Depending on the host computer's operating system: Windows XP/Vista: C:\Program Files\Line6\PlugIns Mac OSX: MacIntosh HD/Library/Audio/PlugIns/Components Q: How do view the Gearbox Plugin in Garageband? A: Open Garage band Create a “new track” (the addition icon in the lower left hand corner) Select “basic track”, and choose “gearbox” on the right side of the window under “effects”. Open the track you have created (it will be titled “track info”). On the bottom left you will see “effects”. The gearbox plug in will be found toward the bottom of the dropdown menu. Be sure to enable the effect with the check mark on the left of the menu. On the right side of “manual”, select the “edit the effect” (which will have a pencil icon). You will now be able to edit your gearbox plug in. Q: How do I use Plug-Ins in Cubase 4.01? A: In Cubase 4.01 Steinberg has implemented version 3.0 VST plug-ins. Since most third party plug-ins (Gearbox included) are in a 2.4 version, the Gearbox plug-ins will be found in the "Earlier VST PlugIns" menu option. Q: I am operating a Steinberg product (i.e. Cubase, Nuendo) on a Mac, why am I not seeing my Gearbox plugins? A: Steinberg products only use VST format plug-ins for both Windows and Mac operating systems. Line 6 does not support the use of VST plug ins on the Mac OS at this time. Q: I am working in Sonar, how do the presets change when moved to FX Bins? A: In order for your Gearbox Plug-In to not change presets when dragging from one effects field to another, please "Control Drag" by holding down your control button and left clicking, and then holding your mouse and dragging. You'll see that when you do this your presets will no longer change. Q: My Application freezes or crashes when saving in VST menu? A: At this time, the Gearbox Plug-In does not support saved VST format "presets". Upon saving and loading a tone or preset, please use the Tone File Menu in the Gearbox plug-in located to the right of the tone "name" window. Q: How do I use the TonePort DI as dongle with USB Hubs? A: Line 6 does not support the use of powered USB hubs at this time. When using your TonePort DI as a dongle or input device for your Plug-ins, please connect directly to a USB port on your computer. This will ensure the plug-ins will run smoothly and effectively. Q: Plug-In hardware connected after saving DAW session? A: If your plug-ins default to the Clean Guitar Tone preset upon launching a saved DAW session then it is possible you do not have your activated Gearbox Plug-In hardware connected. Please close out of your saved DAW session, connect your activated Gearbox plug- in hardware, and relaunch your saved DAW session. You will now see that your saved Gearbox Plug-In tones will now appear correctly in your session. Q: If I use my PODxt family device as my "dongle" after downloading the plug-in pack, will I get the Mic Preamp models? A: The Mic preamp models will be available from within the Gearbox Plug-In when using your PODxt device as a dongle. Q: Can I control the Gearbox Plug-In with my PODxt or FBV controller? A: At this time it is not possible to control the Gearbox Plug-In parameters with your PODxt or controller. Some end users have had success by assigning control of a specific effect (i.e. wah or bender) to their effects control in their recording application. Q: Can I control the GearBox Plug-in via MIDI? A: The GearBox plug-in does not support the use of MIDI to control its parameters directly at this time. Applications such as Ableton Live can control the plug-in with a MIDI controller, because it can map MIDI controller data to its plug-in parameters. There is no current work around for ProTools since it does not map MIDI controller data to plug-in parameters. We understand the value of this function and are looking forward to implementing it in the future. Q: How do I remove the Gearbox plug-in from my computer? A: Depending on the host computer's operating system: XP/Vista: Run the Line 6 Uninstaller & select "All Components": Start/All Programs/Line6/Tools/Line 6 Uninstaller Mac OSX: Please follow the following file path and delete the GearboxAU.component file: Macintosh HD/Library/Audio/Plug-ins/Components/GearBoxAU.component
  25. Line6Tony

    Vetta Setup and Connection F.A.Q.

    Q: Can I go direct from the Vetta to a recording console or PA system? A: Yes,the Vetta II can be used with or without speakers in a studio or live performance application directly through the board. Page 4.32 of the Vetta II Pilot's Handbook it describes how to turn the outside speaker cabs off in order to use the head to run direct. The second page that comes up from the Output Setups button lets you turn both the internal and any external speaker cabs off. When you have turned the speakers off, the Master Volume Control sets the level for the direct outs. Q: How do I hook up an external effects processor to my Vetta? A: While we've tried to anticipate all of your effects needs, you may still want to use other effects with Vetta. That's okay, we won't be upset. Obviously, if you've got actual physical world stompboxes you want to use, run them in front of Vetta as you would do with any other amp. If you've got rack mount effects or other devices that work at line level, these can be hooked up in Vetta's effects loop. This loop is switchable (from the front panel or from the FBX foot controller), the on/off state is remembered with each channel that you save, and you can even route the loop either series or parallel. To hook something up to Vetta's loop, you'll need a pair of what are commonly referred to as 'Y' or 'insert' cables. These cables have a 1/4-inch TRS (Tip, Ring, Sleeve) plug on one end, and that splits out to a pair of 1/4-inch TS (Tip, Sleeve) plugs at the other end. You'll need one of these for Vetta's loop send, and one for the return. An effect insert uses these cables to allow input and output signals to both be connected at the one jack. If Vetta had an effect insert (like many mixing boards do), you'd jack the TRS end of a single one of these cables in this insert, then one of the split ends of the cable would go to the effect's input and the other would go to the effect's output. But as the picture shows, we're not doing that. Once you've got your external effects hooked up, press the LOOP button as needed to get the loop turned on. The next step is to set up the send and return levels for the loop. Press the Edit button. If the Loop page isn't showing already, press the Loop Button and it will be. You'll see something along these lines: The left most knobs, labeled Amp1/L Send and Amp 2/R Send control your signals differently depending on how your loop is routed. You'll want to check out Effect Routing on page 4.17 of your manual in order to get your loop properly set for the particular sonic madness you have in mind. When the loop is first in the chain of post effects or in any parallel routing, the loop sends are getting signals from the discrete outputs of Amp 1 and Amp 2, regardless of how the amps are panned. When it's not first in the post effects signal path, routed in series or chain, the sends are from the left/right outputs of the previous effect. When the loop is routed parallel or chain, set the mix control on the effect in the loop to 100% wet. Use the Return Mix knob on the display shown above to determine how much of the effect you want to hear. If you instead try to run your external effect at something other than 100%, you'll get a bad sonic experience known as 'comb filtering' to audio engineers if the external effect unit is digital, and you'll get your stereo signals collapsing to mono if your external effect unit sums its left/right inputs to mono (as many effects processors do). When the loop is routed series, use the mix control on the effect in the loop to set the mix. No worries about comb filtering here, but if your effect unit sums its left/right inputs to mono (often, the 'direct' signal is summed, even when the 'effect' part of the signal is stereo) then the fancy panning you set up on Vetta may be lost when you hit a chord. Q: What will happen if I connect a mono effect pedal to effect loop of the Vetta Combo? A: The effect from the mono pedal will only effect the "left" side of the signal when panning the signals hard left/right. We reccomend panning the center for both channels if you plan to use a mono effect in the stereo effect loop. Q: How can I get my Heilsound Talkbox plugged with a Vetta Combo? A: In order to use Heil Talkbox with the Vetta, connect a speaker cable from the Vetta's Left Speaker Outputs to the input on the Talkbox. Next, you'll need to customize the speaker leads connected to Vetta's left speaker. Basically, you'll need a cable that has a 1/4" speaker jack on one end (tip +, sleeve -) and two, crimp terminal clips on the other. Connect the 1/4" speaker jack to the Talkbox output and the two, crimp terminals to Vetta's left speaker. Make sure you keep track of which clip is positive and which clip is negative and make sure they are connected to the speaker correctly. If the sound coming from the speaker seems to be strange, you may need to reverse the clips. Connect the Talkbox tube and your microphone to your P.A. (or second amp) as instructed in the Talkbox manual. When connected in this manner you will hear the Talkbox coming out of the P.A. speakers (or second amp) and the amp's normal tone coming from Vetta's right speaker. If you want to mute the amp's normal tone and just hear the Talkbox, you will need to pan the Vetta's amp models all the way to the left, in the Vetta presets that you will be using with the Talkbox. This can be done via the Amp/Cab Details menu, Page 2, Amp Only knobs.
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