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Hi guys, is it possible to set the HX Effects in a way so that the effects types that include “movement” (meaning sweeps, ramp up/down etc.) - for example the Throbber filter - begin from the starting position every time the effect is engaged or on snapshot/preset change? In my case I was looking to create a lo-pass sweep and I was able to achieve this result by using the Throbber filter, pretty much the way I needed (I’d prefer the option to control the starting and ending frequencies, but still). The problem is that the sweep is always “moving” while I need it to start over from the beginning when I engage the snapshot. In another thread a user (btw thanks duncann) wrote that this is possible to reset the LFOs by sending a CC64 command to the HX Effects or by touching the tap tempo footswitch once, but I need to do this automatically on snapshot change, without having to send a CC from another device or phisically touching the tap tempo. Is that possible? Thanks a lot
Hello All, I was just searching through Custom Tones looking at some preset tones for my Amp. I searched using the various filters when suddenly I realized; this could be infinitely improved with a few small changes. The first and most obvious (to me) was the search filter of Rating doesn't take into account the number of downloads! This is bonkers, bananas and just plain wrong. A custom tone with a rating of five out of a possible five stars which has been downloaded two times should NEVER be considered equal to or even close to a custom tone rated as five stars which has been downloaded two thousand times! The second tone has been given a perfect rating by 2000 grumpy, nit-picking Line 6 users - while the other has been downloaded by it's creator's two best friends Hob and Nob. Of course they're going to give his tone a perfect rating - he hasn't made fun of either name! The other filter or search upgrade which I believe might prove helpful, but currently doesn't exist (and I could have missed it or simply be mistaken ... I'm quite fallible) is searching using several combined filters ... pretty self-explanatory stuff. Hey, thanks for reading as well as any consideration you may give. Cheers, Jim Ps - You want the best tools for the job out in this big world. You DO NOT wanna be the guy in a street fight who only knows capoeira!