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  1. Scenario: I have my Focusrite audio interface setup as my In/Out device Audio settings. I have my HX Stomp connected to the Mac via USB. I do not want to use the Stomp as an audio interface. So, I turn on the Focusrite, launch Logic, all is good. The Focusrite shows up under Audio device as my in/out. However, when I turn on the Stomp, Logic “grabs” it and makes it my Audio device. I can’t find a way to stop logic from recognizing the Stomp as the Audio device. I would like to use HX Edit with the Stomp, but not have it be my audio device. Current work around is to unplug the USB cable and only plug it in when I need it. But it just seems that there must be a way to stop Logic from using it as an Audio device but still allow HX Edit to be usable with the Stomp. many help would be greatly appreciated. Mac using Catalina and current Logic Pro. Stomp is current firmware.
  2. Does anyone know of a successful way to route the USB Channels to Helix's sends for backtrack use? From ableton I'm trying to send click out 1, bass out 2, guitars/production out 3/4, and BG vocals out 5/6. I can't seem to get any of the routing to happen without manually creating a path on the second open chain in each patch. This only results in two active outputs. Is it not possible to make this happen?
  3. Hey Guys! I got my hands on an HX Stomp and today we are going to run through how to get up and running using it as your audio interface on a Windows 10 PC and with Presonus Studio One 4.0 I walk you through setup and how to record the processed guitar as well as the DI or, Direct Input so that you can reamp at a later time.
  4. Hey Guys! I got my hands on a HX Stomp and today we are going to run through how to get up and running using it as your audio interface on a Windows 10 PC and with Presonus Studio One 4.0 I walk you through setup and how to record the processed guitar as well as the DI or, Direct Input so that you can reamp at a later time.
  5. Hello All - Writing to get some expertise on an issue I'm having with the 6 button looper on the Helix (LT if it matters)... The issue is simple, and I hope there's a simple answer but I can't for the life of me figure out what happened. When engaging the six button looper that has been assigned to one of the stomp switches the looper interface used to come onto the screen and show me which foot switches were assigned to effects/rec/stop ect. But this is no longer the case... NOW when I hit the looper the foot switches will light up - like they should, showing the looper is armed, and it does work - but the screen remains on the signal chain view, and I get confused... What did I do? How do I get the looper interface to come back onto the screen!?
  6. It was hard for me to realize it or maybe it is, but there is a sound cut when I finish recording, that is, in the recording track some sound cuts and sound saturation are recorded as if the sound was burned, I do not know if it's a problem or so is the product, please answer me posdata, I do not speak English I am using a translator from Spanish to English Thank you
  7. Francais Deutsch Q: What is Line 6 Edit? A: Line 6 Edit is a free software application from Line 6 that provides complete editor/librarian features for the following products: POD XT/XTLive/Pro Bass POD XT/XTLive/Pro Vetta II Combo/Head Flextone II/III HD 147 POD 2.0/Pro Note: Vetta II Combo/Head, HD 147, Flextone II/III, POD 2.0/Pro users will need a MIDI interface and cables to use it. We recommend the M-Audio MIDIsport Uno if you do not already have a MIDI to USB device. We recommend installing the MIDI interface drivers directly from the manufacturer's website to ensure you have the latest drivers for your OS. Midisport Uno IMPORTANT: Line 6 Edit is a Java based application, and will run on Macintosh OS X (10.1x-10.5.x) and any Windows OS that can run any version of Java 5 (the latest update is 21). Be aware that using an earlier version of Line 6 Edit will not launch if ANY Java Runtime 6 Environment components are installed. LINE 6 EDIT is available for download here: Software Downloads Line 6 Edit software even translates tones between selected products:[/font][/size] Vetta II will be able to use GuitarPort, PODxt, Flextone III, HD 147 or POD 2.0 Tones. Flextone III and HD 147 will be able to use GuitarPort, PODxt or POD 2.0 Tones. PODxt units will be able to use Flextone III, HD 147, POD 2.0 and, of course, GuitarPort Tones. Q: I'm getting an error message saying "Cannot copy to POD XT Live because it is a POD 2.0 tone". A: The way around this is to use Gearbox (free download from http://line6.com/software/) to open the tone once you transfer it from the POD Pro to the tone folder on your computer. With POD Pro connected, transfer all the tones you want to the tones folder on your computer using Edit. Disconnect POD Pro and connect POD XT. Open Gearbox. Open a POD Pro/2.0 tone in Gearbox. Save the tone to your computer in whatever location you want. Close Gearbox and open Edit Locate tone and transfer into POD XT via Sync button Q: I am getting a Java Error when I try to run Line 6 Edit? A: See the following link for resolution: Resolving Java Errors with Line 6 Edit and Workbench Q: How do I set up my Line 6 device using MIDI to connect with Line 6 Edit? 1) Please ensure that you have the interface's latest drivers installed on your computer. We recommend downloading the drivers directly from the manufacturer's website and installing the drivers BEFORE connecting your USB-MIDI interface. Consult the manufacturer's website for the correct installation and troubleshooting procedures to ensure your drivers are installed correctly. 2) Connect your Line 6 device to the MIDI Interface, making sure the cables are connected correctly. Traditional MIDI connections will have the Line 6 device MIDI IN to interface MIDI OUT, and the Line 6 device MIDI OUT to interface MIDI IN. The MIDIsport Uno will be labeled "to MIDI in" and "to MIDI out". 3) Turn your Line 6 device ON, then open Line 6 Edit. We will use a Vetta II head for these screen examples: 4) If your unit is not being recognized by your computer, select "configure": 5) In the MIDI devices window, select "add": 6) Under the MIDI in port, select your USB to MIDI device: 7) Under the MIDI out port, select your USB to MIDI device: 8) You can leave the device window in "auto detect" or choose the device you plan to use. Once this is completed, select "add": 9) When your device appears in the window, select "OK": 10) Once your device is selected, your computer will import the tones that are currently installed on your device. Do not change any settings or or turn your unit off during the information transfer: 11) Line 6 Edit will now display the tones and bundles currently installed on your computer on the left side of the window, while displaying the tones installed on the Line 6 unit on the right side of the computer. If you need help navigating the features of Line 6 Edit, select the help menu for assistance in connections, backing up your tones, and importing tones. Q: What is Customtone? A: Customtone features a gigantic Line 6-authored library filled with selected tones from the vast treasure trove of GuitarPort Online, including tones matched to many of the greatest classic and new guitarists, bands and songs. Customtone is also a great place to share your tones with other Line 6 end users. You can access Customtone here: Customtone Q: I Get an error message when trying to access the Online Library through Line 6 Edit? A: This is a bug in the Line 6 Edit software that has not been resolved. Please visit the link above to connect to the Customtone website. Line 6 Edit: F.A.Q. Was ist Line 6 Edit? Line 6 Edit ist eine gratis Software von Line 6, die vollständige Bearbeitungs- und Bibliotheksmermale für die folgenden Produkte bietet: POD XT/XTLive/Pro Bass POD XT/XTLive/Pro Vetta II Combo/Head Flextone II/III HD 147 POD 2.0/Pro Achtung, Benutzer des Vetta II Combe/Head, HD 147, Flextone II/III, POD 2.0/Pro brauchen eine MIDI Schnittstelle und Kabel um dieses zu benutzen. Wir empfehlen das M-Audio MIDIsport Uno, sofern Sie noch keinen USB-MIDI Adapter haben. Wir empfehlen außerdem, die Treiber immer von der Webseite des Herstellers zu installieren, so haben Sie immer die neusten Treiber für Ihr Betriebssytsem. Midisport Uno Achtung, Line 6 Edit ist ein auf Java basierendes Programm und wird auf allen Mac OS X (10.1x – 10.5.x) und Windows Betriebssystemen, die Java Version 5 installiert haben (Die neuste Version ist 25) laufen. Achtung, eine frühere Version von Line 6 Edit wird nicht funktionieren wenn Java Runtime 6 Environment Komponenten installiert sind. Line 6 Edit können Sie hier herunterladen. Line 6 Edit kann sogar Töne zwischen verschiedenen Geräten übertragen: Vetta II kann die Töne von GuitarPort, PODxt, Flextone III, HD 147 or POD 2.0 benutzen. Flextone III und HD 147 können die Töne von GuitarPort, PODxt or POD 2.0 benutzen. PODxt können die Töne von Flextone III, HD 147, POD 2.0 und GuitarPort benutzen. Ich bekomme die Fehlermeldung: "Cannot copy to POD XT Live because it is a POD 2.0 tone" Zur Problemlösung brauchen Sie Gearbox (gratis download auf http://line6.com/software/) um die Töne zu öffnen nachdem Sie sie vom POD Pro in den Tones Ordner auf Ihrem Computer kopiert haben. Schließen Sie das POD Pro an. Kopieren Sie all Töne, die Sie benutzen wollen, in den Tones Ordner auf Ihrem Computer anhand von Edit. Trennen Sie nun das POD Pro vom Computer und schließen Sie das POD XT an. Öffnen Sie Gearbox. Öffnen Sie einen POD Pro/2.0 Ton in Gearbox. Speichern Sie den Ton dann auf Ihrem Computer ab. Schließen Sie Gearbox und starten Sie Edit. Suchen Sie den Ton und übertragen Sie ihn auf das POD xt via Sync Knopf. Ich bekomme einen Java Fehler wenn ich Line 6 Edit starte. Benutzen Sie zur Problemlösung folgenden Link: Java Errors with Line 6 Edit and Workbench on Windows Operating Systems Wie konfiguriere ich mein Line 6 Gerät um es via MIDI mit Line 6 Edit zu verbinden? Als erstes sollten Sie überprüfen ob Sie die neuste Version des Treibers der Schnittstelle installiert haben. Wir empfehlen, dass Sie diesen direkt von der Webseite des Herstellers herunterladen und installieren, BEVOR Sie die MIDI-USB Schnittstelle anschließen. Konsultieren Sie die Webseite des Herstellers für die korrekte Installation und Fehlerbehebungen. Verbinden Sie Ihr Line 6 Gerät mit Ihrer MIDI Schnittstelle. Achten Sie darauf, dass die Kabel korrekt eingesteckt sind. Bei standardmäßigen MIDI Schnittstellen muss der MIDI Eingang des Line 6 Gerätes an den MIDI Ausgang des MIDI Gerätes gesteckt werden und der MIDI Ausgang des Line 6 Gerätes and den MIDI Eingang des MIDI Gerätes. Starten Sie Ihr Line 6 Gerät und öffnen Sie Line 6 Edit. Wir benutzen für dieses Beispiel das Vetta II Head: Sollte Ihr Gerät nicht vom Computer erkannt werden, klicken Sie "Configure": Im MIDI Auswahlfenster klicken Sie "Add": Unter MIDI In Port wählen Sie Ihr USB-MIDI Gerät: Unter MIDI Out Port wählen Sie Ihr MIDI-USB Gerät: Das "Device" Menu können Sie dann auf "auto detect" stehen lassen oder das Gerät aussuchen, welches Sie benutzen wollen. Danach klicken Sie auf "Add": Wenn Ihr Gerät dann auftaucht, wählen Sie es aus und klicken Sie "OK": Dann wird Ihr Computer die Töne des Gerätes importieren, die momentan auf dem Gerät installiert sind. Ändern Sie während des Transfers keine Einstellungen und schalten Sie das Gerät nicht ab. Line 6 Edit wird Ihnen nun die Töne und Pakete, die auf Ihrem Compuer installiert sind, links anzeigen und die Töne, die auf Ihrem Line 6 Gerät installiert sind, rechts. Wenn Sie hier Hilfe benötigen klicken Sie bitte das Hilfe Menu an um Hilfestellungen bezüglich Verbindungen, Backup und Import zu bekommen. Was ist Customtone? Customtone ist eine gigantische Bibliothek gefüllt mit ausgewählten Tönen der riesigen GuitarPort Online Liste. Sie enthält viele der größten Klassiker und auch neue Gitarren, Bands und Songs. Customtone ist außderdem ein toller Platz um Töne mit anderen Line 6 Benutzern austauschen zu können. Customtone Ich bekomme eine Fehlermeldung wenn ich versuche auf die Online Bibliothek ("Online Library") via Line 6 Edit zuzugreifen. Dies ist ein Fehler in der Line 6 Edit Software und ist bis jetzt noch nicht behoben worden. Bitte besuchen Sie Customtone über den oben genannten Link anstatt über die Software. F.A.Q.: Line 6 Edit Qu'est-ce que c'est, Line 6 Edit? Line 6 Edit est le logiciel gratuit de Line 6 qui fournisse des fonctionnalités complètes d'édition et bibliothèque pour les produits suivants: POD XT/XTLive/Pro Bass POD XT/XTLive/Pro Vetta II Combo/Head Flextone II/III HD 147 POD 2.0/Pro Attention, les utilisateurs Vetta II Combo/Head, HD 147, Flextone II/III, POD 2.0/Pro ont besoin d'une interface MIDI et câbles pour l'utilisation. Nous recommandons me M-Audio MIDIsport Uno si vous n'avez pas encore une interface MIDI-USB. Nous recommandons d'installer les pilotes d'interface directement du site web du fabricant pour avoir la dernière version pour votre système d'exploitation. Midisport Uno Important: Line 6 Edit est un logiciel basé sur Java et fonctionne sur Mac OS X (10.1x-10.5.x) et tous les systèmes d'exploitation Windows qui peuvent exécuter Java 5 (La dernière version sera 25). Les versions anciennes de Line 6 Edit ne fonctionnent pas si Java Runtime 6 Environment est installé. Line 6 Edit est disponible: Téléchargements de logiciels. Line 6 Edit peut transférer des tons entre ces produits: Vetta II peut utiliser des sons de GuitarPort, PODxt, Flextone III, HD 147 ou POD 2.0. Flextone II et HD 147 peuvent utiliser des tons de GuitarPort, PODxt et POD 2.0. PODxt peut utiliser les sons de Flextone III, HD 147, POD 2.0 et GuitarPort. Je reçois le message "Cannot copy to POD XT Live because it is a POD 2.0 tone". Pour résoudre ce problème, vous devez utiliser Gearbox (Téléchargement gratuit de http://fr.line6.com/software/) pour ouvrir le son si vous l'avez transféré du POD Pro au dossier des sons sur votre ordinateur. Si POD Pro est connecté, transférez tous les sons, que vous voulez, au dossier des sons sur votre ordinateur en utilisant Edit. Déconnectez POD Pro et connectez POD XT. Ouvrez Gearbox. Ouvrez un ton POD Pro/2.0 en Gearbox. Enregistrez le son sur votre ordinateur. Fermez Gearbox et ouvrez Edit. Localisez le son et transférez-le sur votre POD XT via le bouton Sync. Je reçois une erreur Java si j'essaye de lancer Line 6 Edit. Veuillez utiliser le lien suivant pour résoudre ce problème: Java Errors with Line 6 Edit and Workbench on Windows Operating Systems Comment est-ce que je peux configurer mes appareils Line 6 MIDI pour l'utilisation avec Line 6 Edit? Installez les dernières pilotes de l'interface sur votre ordinateur. Nous recommandons de les télécharger directement du site web du fabricant et les installer AVANT que vous connectez l'interface USB-MIDI. Consultez le site web du fabricant pour l'installation correcte et pour résoudre des problèmes. Connectez votre appareil Line 6 à l'interface MIDI. Les câbles doivent être connectés correctement. Les connexions MIDI traditionnels seront: appareil Line 6 MIDI IN à interface MIDI OUT et l'appareil Line 6 MIDI OUT à interface MIDI IN. Le MIDI sport Uno sera étiqueté "to MIDI on" et "to MIDI out". Allumez votre appareil Line 6 et ouvrez Line 6 Edit. Nous utilisons Vetta II Head pour cet exemple: Si l'appareil n'est pas reconnu par le système, cliquez "Configure". Dans la fenêtre des appareils MIDI, cliquez "Add". Sous "MIDI In Port", sélectez votre appareil USB-MIDI: Sous "MIDI Out Port", sélectez votre appareil USB-MIDI: Vous pouvez laisser le menu "Device" sur "Auto Detect" ou choisissez l'appareil vous voulez utiliser. Cliquez "Add". Si votre appareil apparait, sélectez le et cliquez "OK". Si l'ordinateur reconnait l'appareil, il importe les sons qui sont installés sur l'appareil. Ne changez rien out éteignez l'appareil pendant ce transfert des informations. Line 6 Edit vous montre les sons et paquets installés sur l'ordinateur sur le côté gauche de la fenêtre et les tons installés sur l'appareil sur le côté droite de la fenêtre. Si vous avez besoin d'aide avec la navigation, cliquez le menu d'aide pour les informations de la connexion, sauvegarde et import. Qu'est-ce que c'est, Customtone? Customtone figure une bibliothèque gigantesque des sons sélectés de l'immense liste de GuitarPort Online, cette liste inclus des sons des plus grands classiques mais aussi des nouvelles guitares, groupes et chansons. Customtone est aussi un endroit idéal pour partager vos tons avec autres utilisateurs Line 6. Customtone Je reçois un message erreur si j'essaye d'accéder la bibliothèque en ligne via Line 6 Edit. C'est un bug dans le logiciel Line 6 Edit qui n'a pas encore eu résous. Veuillez utiliser le lien au-dessus.
  8. I am really liking my Spider V but have started making videos and recordings for practice and come across a problem. Maybe I have overlooked something or it's a shortcoming of the amp and a feature that Line6 might potentially be able to add in a firmware update. I use Rocksmith for fun and Yousician in my practice regime. I have started recording myself to see how well I actually perform from a spectators point of view and potentially share with friends on youtube. The ASIO functionality works pretty well, I can use the Spider V as an interface with my PC. Backing track volume can be adjusted with Master Volume and I can mix in my guitar with the Equalizer volume. The problem is when I try and record the USB output. I only get the guitar sound, no backing track. All the interfaces I have used have either a mixer knob of a 50/50 mix button that mixes the guitar with the backing audio passing through the interface. The only solution I have come up with is to use the headphone jack to output the full sound to my computer or interface but that makes the Amp speaker redundant. I use a splitter to split the headphones to a Marshall Woburn which I use as a CAB instead. Am I missing something? Is there a way to mix the computer audio with the guitar and record on the computer via USB like an interface? I thought I'd ask here before I try posting on the Line6 ideas board. It's a small thing that could potentially be added as a menu toggle in a firmware update. Send all audio through USB for recording. Would be nice to get rid of clutter and just have a power cable and USB cable to PC with Wireless G10 and no other stuff. EDIT: I submitted the idea to Line 6 which can be voted on at: http://line6.ideascale.com/a/dtd/Spider-V-USB-Audio-OUT-option-to-mix-Computer-and-Guitar-output/864553-23508
  9. This is my elaboration on Round Trip Latency of Helix hardware used as audio interface based on research on closed fb group https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10156514192780269&set=pcb.1077888115728194&type=3&theater&ifg=1 This topic is hardly relevant if you are monitoring direct. Helix hardware latency is 1,8ms from AD/DSP/DA (measured for one DSP Path), no matter what buffer or sampling frequency you pick. If you use another interface for monitoring/recording it is not relevant neither. It is 2,70 firmware time. OSX - you have a choice of two drivers: 1. Multi sampling rate Core Audio driver. You get the lowest latency of 15ms using 32 samples buffer but this seems not to be stable (tested on 8th gen i7) . Safer buffers of 64, 128 samples are at 20ms range. 2. Class Compliant 48kHz driver at 64 samples buffer gives 8ms RTL. EDIT: I do not know if 8ms RTL is REPORTED by the driver or it can be REAL RTL. Windows - you have a choice of two drivers: 1. Supplied ASIO driver. Here are my figures for Round Trip Latencies: 21ms on "Small" 128 samples buffer@48kHz 17ms on "Extra Small" 64 samples buffer@48kHz 15ms on "Small" 128 samples buffer@96kHz 10ms on "Extra Small" 64 samples buffer@96kHz - but this setting is unusable because of artifacts. Bad news for virtual instruments players are 3/4 of RTL is on the output side. 2. ASIO4ALL driver - it is rather overlay for WDM driver, not compatible with Pro Tools. Round Trip Latencies are: 5ms at 128 samples buffer@48kHz 3ms at 64 samples buffer@48kHz 3ms at 128 samples buffer@96kHz Good news or virtual instruments players are buffers are 50/50 input/output. EDIT: I have proven that they are in fact REPORTED RTLs. They are fake numbers! I made my Windows tests using using Reaper (64bit), desktop Windows 10 PC with 3th gen i5 CPU, 16GB RAM. Reaper session was loaded with 5 Hx Native instances. CPU usage was monitored with Windows Task Manager and for the same 128 buffers on both drivers was at 30%. 7ms pictured vs mine 5ms is because I switched off additional 32 samples buffers used for latency compensation in ASIO4ALL (for aggregating devices?) Some pictures to back it up:
  10. Version française. Deutsche Version. Every James Tyler Variax guitar includes the following accessories: One Workbench interface One USB cable One Category 5 Variax Digital Interface cable One Allen wrench tool set One battery (*US made JTV guitars are shipped with 2 batteries) One battery charger One battery charger power supply w/ international adapters Allen wrench sizes: (for JTV 89) 1 -“ 4mm hex, for truss rod adjust (relief) 1 -“ 5/64" hex, for individual piezo level intonation adjust (intonation) 1 -“ 7/64" hex, for bridge post adjust (action) 1 -“ 3/32" hex, common generic tool in most guitar tool kits 1 -“ 5/32" hex, common generic tool in most guitar tool kits 1 -“ 0.050", for bridge set screw horizontal overall Bridge intonation adjust (intonation) 1 - 1.5mm, for tremolo set screw [even though the 89 is a set bridge] 3/32 and 5/32 are common generic tool in most guitar tool kits that use linear, rather than metric parts. ==================================================================================== (for JTV 89F) 1 - 4mm hex, for truss rod adjust JTV-89F (relief) 1 - 5/64" hex, for individual piezo level intonation adjust (intonation) 1 - 7/64" hex, for Locking nut and bridge string locks 1 - 3/32" hex, common generic tool in most guitar tool kits ==================================================================================== (for JTV 59 and 69) 1 - 1.5mm hex, for tremolo set screw adjust on the JTV-69 series 1 - 4mm hex, for truss rod adjust JTV-69 (relief) 1 - 4mm hex short arm, for truss rod adjust JTV-59 (relief) 1 - 5/64" hex, for individual piezo level intonation adjust (intonation) 1 - 7/64" hex, for bridge post adjust (action) 1 - 3/32" hex, common generic tool in most guitar tool kits 1 - 0.050" hex, for bridge set screw horizontal overall Bridge intonation adjust (intonation) 3/32 is a common generic tool in most guitar tool kits that use linear, rather than metric parts. ==================================================================================== (for the Variax Standard) 1 - 4mm hex, for truss rod adjust (relief) 1- 1.25mm hex, piezo saddle height adjust (action) (for the Shuriken) 1 - 4mm hex, for truss rod adjust (relief) 1- 0.050 inch hex, piezo saddle height adjust (action) If any of these items are missing from your new JTV purchase, feel free to submit a support ticket at line6.com/support. We will route your request to our Parts department for fulfillment. Les éléments suivants sont inclus avec tous les guitares James Tyler Variax : L’interface Workbench. Un câble USB. Un câble Cat 5 Variax Digital Interface. Un ensemble d’utiles Allen. Une batterie (les guitares de la série US ont 2 batteries). Un chargeur de batterie. Une alimentation pour le chargeur de batterie. Avec des adaptateurs internationales. Toutes les clés Allen : 1x 1,5mm 1x 4mm 1x 2mm 1x 2,8mm 1x 2,4mm 1x 1,3mm Si un de ces éléments manque, n'hésitez pas à soumettre un ticket de support sous : www.fr.line6.com/support Alle James Tyler Variax Gitarren beinhalten folgendes Zubehör: Die Workbench Interface. Ein USB Kabel. Ein Cat5 Varaix Digital Interface Kabel. Ein Set Inbusschlüssel. Eine Batterie (im Falle der US Serie sind 2 Batterien enthalten) Ein Batterieladegerät. Ein Netzteil für das Batterieladegerät. Inbusschlüsselgrößen: 1x 1,5mm 1x 4mm 1x 2mm 1x 2,8mm 1x 2,4mm 1x 1,3mm Sollte eines dieser Teile fehlen können Sie jederzeit ein Supportticket auf www.de.line6.com/support erstellen.
  11. Hi all, Just did the firmware update on my helix LT (2.70) and It now seems to have a stability issue when using Helix as an audio interface. Every half hour or so, the usb seems to disconnect for about a second or so and switchs back to the inboard sound card of the PC. It then reconnects as quickly as it has quit and works fine for another half hour approx. I was wondering if anyone had had this problem too? Helix is the only device connected via USB and if I don't use it as an interface (say I only use the midi over usb fuction) It works fine... I don't reject the PC being a possible cause for this problem but it didn't behave that way prior to update... Thanks
  12. Okay so I know Helix isn’t made for this but it almost works! I have a Behringer UMC404 which I use 3 mics plugged into XLR inputs. works great. but I’d like to use a compressor and some vocal effects live. I’ve gone from the Behringer to the Helix via the inserts on the back using a Y cable into the send and return of the effects loop o the helix. It works but I think because the helix output is Send 1/2 Send 3/4 for some reason, The first mic in input one suddenly picks up Mic input 2. so what I mean is when I use the mic plugged into the first input it also comes through input 1 and 2. everything else is fine except I can’t seem to get input 1 and 3 to be serperate. im sure no one has done this and not much advice but if anyone has an idea please let me know! sorry for my grammar etc I’m typing Ona. Japanese keyboard and English is hard to change to.
  13. I just got into the cubase program that came with my spider v 240hc, it works great and I have the drivers set up and installed correctly so I can record and playback with no issues. I am curious if there is a way to set up output to another device though because I dont like having to plug my mic into the phones jack on the amp, like I shuold be able to monitor form my mic out, or from my pc headphone jack. Is there a way to configure the spider v driver in cubase as input only, with another device (yeti mic) set for the output? Also can you configure multiple devices for input so I can have my mic and amp inputting adio simultanously? This might be a question for steinberg cubase forums but sine the programs is included with the amps I thought maybe someone here might have some info.
  14. Hi, I was wondering if there are vdi cables available to purchase in Europe? I am searching for a better quality that the one from line6 offers. Some previous posts discuss about such alternatives, but they seems to be only available in the US. Thanks for any advice you may have!
  15. Hi there, I use my POD HD 500 as sound interface and it's been a few weeks I'm experiencing this issue: by no apparent reason the sound goes off and the only way I've found to fix this is to restart the computer (I tried disabling / re-enabling the POD as an audio interface, unplugging and plugging it again, both power and USB, nothing happens). If i'm listening to something in Youtube or Winamp, the player stops and can't play further, but strangely, if I'm working in Reaper (using ASIO drivers), I can still play things normally inside it. I have no clue why this is happening, it's the same Windows install for a while, although I'm guessing it's something to do with some recent Windows update maybe. Is there anybody else having this problem? My specs: POD HD 500 Windows 10 Pro x64 AMD Phenom II X6 1090T 4 Gb RAM ddr3 1600 Asus m4a89td GeForce 260GTX 1Tb HD* All drivers / softwares / firmware are up-to-date in Line6 Monkey. * I have only 5Gb left in my Windows partition, need to fix this, but I don't really see how this can cause the audio problem Thanks in advance
  16. Hi there, I really would like to use the Helix USB interface within my DAW (I use Reaper on Windows 7) alongside my desktop audio interface, to which my monitors are connected. From what I found online the only way to do that is using Asio4All instead of the native ASIO drivers. Sadly, the interface I currently use does not play nicely at all with asio4all and the helix. I have Behringer UMC202HD which I bought as a pure monitoring solution and for the occasional amp DI recording. Trying to use it in conjunction with the Helix in Asio4All results in all kinds of crackling, popping, skipping, you name it, no matter what settings I choose. I'd like to know if anyone here can name suitable interfaces that work together with the Helix and Asio4All. I don't need many I/O-channels; one or two inputs, two symmetrical outputs and a headphone out (preferably with its own volume knob), and I don't really want to spend hundreds of Euros either. So, can anyone name (small) interfaces that are known to work with asio4all and the Helix? Thanks! P.S. connecting the monitors to the Helix is not an option for various reasons (cable management at my desktop and the lower XLR and 1/4" outs on the Helix not reachable [there's an isolation transformer blocking those in the pedalcase] being the major ones).
  17. I can't seem to find a direct answer any where so I'll reach out here. I recently acquired Pro Tools LE 8(mostly because it's cheaper and will do what I need it to) and was wondering if it is at all possible to run the POD HD Pro as an interface or will I have to seek out a separate interface in order to run the POD through? I came across something that said everything Pro Tools 8.0.5 and prior required a separate interface. If it turns out I need an interface I will need some recommendations. Thanks in advance.
  18. Hi everyone! I'm new to the forum and joined just after buying a jtv-69 used. It came with a battery and a charger, but no digital interface in the case. So my question is: what exactly is needed in order to connect it to my macbook and eventually to workbench hd? will a regular ethernet cable work? do I have to use the line6 cable? even on that cable, it's written that it's meant for digital connection to a PodXT and the like - so I'm not sure that this is meant to be used to connect the guitar to a computer. Maybe it's mentioned somewhere but I honestly could not find the complete info. is the "DVI" the cable itself? or some kind of a converter/adapter? assuming I have the line6 cable, does it connect to a usb or the ethernet port? how does this chain look exactly? If you could help a newbie I would be very grateful!
  19. Hey guys, I bought the HD500X a couple of weeks ago and I was wondering how you use it to record your stuff? When recording, do you just run the HD500 directly to your PC/Mac using the USB connection or do you connect it to an audio interface first and then take it to your PC? In other words, do you use the HD500X as the audio interface or do you use whatever other audio interface you have as the interface in your DAW?
  20. Hello everyone! I am wondering, if there is a way to use usb-interface while editing my patches in pod hd. Please, take a look on the scheme I drew: https://2.downloader.disk.yandex.ru/preview/d5273195fd5c327879d31dc73dd54ca87673a70ce179525cba8f0271ed650d34/inf/TBwbN1hIDpW1khBkar4de-IFiC4WnK6FcoTIEK6bD5Q5fXm9B-fDG1cFLLJN5lx8lC1mHcivs-ZJVtKMFE8eXw%3D%3D?uid=33198966&filename=scheme.png&disposition=inline&hash=&limit=0&content_type=image%2Fpng&tknv=v2&size=1280x776 I want my pc apps not to use POD as soundcard except POD's editing software. So my scenario is simple. I want to play a guitar while playing some songs in any player app. I can edit patches to create a sound I like. But for master volume control I use my usb-interface (just because it stands on the desk, it is more comfortable than to bend to the floor where POD is). When I'm done playing, I just turn the POD off and continue browsing/playinggames/watchingporn using usb-interface. So, again, I need to connect POD's USB to PC only for editing patches, while all the playback is performed by usb-interface. Sorry for my english and my explanation. If there is any simpler solution, I would be glad to hear it. Thank you!
  21. Is it possible to use the midi in/thru on the Helix to feed midi notes to a soft synth on my computer via a usb connection? I got it all hooked up to the midi send on my keyboard and my DAW was only recognizing one note/chord every 5-6 seconds. It would ignore all other input in the interim. If anyone has a walkthrough on how to set this up I'd appreciate it. Thanks!
  22. Hello. I got a question, is it possible to set up the dB Meters on the interface seperately for Mic & Headphones?
  23. Hi there, I intend to buy a Helix Rack which I would like to use as my sole audio interface at home. To Helix I will connect two Yamaha HS7s and a PA speaker - Alto TS 215W. Here's what I would like to know: 1. Would it be possible to force Helix Rack to have system audio playback (Youtube, guitar pro, etc.) come only through my monitors (no Helix-processed intrument sound coming through them) and Helix-processed bass guitar sound coming from the Alto when practicing playing bass (alternatively together with audio playback)? 2. Would I need to have an additional USB interface (e.g. Focusrite) for this purpose? 3. Would Helix LT suffice to do what Helix Rack can?
  24. Hi! Yesterday we wanted to do a quick demo recording of our band in our rehearsal room before hitting a studio in october. But, I couldn't figure out how to get 8 simultaneous inputs working. Here's what I managed to do: By setting the input of the first signal path to 'return 1/2' (and the output to USB 1/2), the input of the second signal path to 'return 3/4' (and the output to USB 3/4), and using the 'guitar in', We got 5 simultaneous inputs working (1, 2, 3, 4, and 7 which the 'guitar in' is routed to). But when I plugged a dynamic mic directly to the 'mic in' I didn't get anything on channel 8 - this should work, right? Maybe it was a faulty cable? Is there a physical input I can route to outputs USB 5/6?
  25. Hi, One question, In my computer with helix selected as my midi/audio interface, what if I connect a USB controller like a novation launch pad, can I control parameter on helix? I have done this via regular midi straight from the controller to helix and works perfect. All new controllers that comes with lots of knobs (which are cooler) are USB only, they are not including the regular MIDI, those with regular USB/MIDI ports are expensive compared to all new lines of USB controllers. Can I control my helix with a USB controller connect through my computer with helix as my interface? Unfortunately my USB controller is damaged, so I cannot run the test, and I need to get a new controller with more knobs... Hope anyone can help, Cheers!
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