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  1. I am using FireHawk remote on a iPad Gen 6, ios 12.1.1 paired over bluetooth and can manage the firehawk and change its presets and setting etc... However when I play music through Firehawk remote or iPad's itune and choose Firehawk FX as my audio destination no audio comes out from my guitar AMP, I can send the audio to other bluetooth enable speakers just fine. (Electric guitar and AMP are working fine), is there a setting in the iPad or Firehawk remote app that I need to change? Or do I need to set something up on the Firehawk itself. The firehawk is connected to the AMP via 1/4 jack. The firehawk software version is 1.3.6 build 112 Thanks
  2. nigel1296

    Pod HD500X and OnSong

    I have a POD HD500X and I am trying to work out how to link it to an iPad for use with the OnSong app. So ultimately the plan would be to have commands written into OnSong via the metadata that would change the bank/patch on the POD for each song as required. I am understanding there may also be an opportunity to use the POD to send commands back to OnSong such as scrolling up/down etc. (at the moment I use an AirTurn pedal via Bluetooth so I could get rid of this). For anyone kind enough to respond, I have only very basic understanding of MIDI and use an iPad 4 running iOS 10.3.2. I am guessing I need something that converts both MIDI in (patch change) and MIDI out (scrolling in OnSong) to Apple lightning? I am in Australia where the cost of some things can be a little high so I don't want to waste money (and time - things take a while to ship here...) and would like some advice on what accessories would be needed to make it work now and into the future. I understand only the Helix works via USB so this leaves me stuck with MIDI ports on the HD500X for now. Thanks for any advice/links etc.
  3. igormgomez

    Sending USB Midi tempo - iPad to Helix

    Hello everyone, I need send a USB MIDI tempo from iPad to Helix. How I configure a Helix to receiving the MIDI parameters? I searching about for this here, but I don't find it. Tks
  4. Deutsch Français Sonic Port VX User Manual Sonic Port User Manual Sonic Port VX and Sonic Port Connection Instructions How to Use Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port with Garageband for iOS How to use Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port for iOS Video Capture How to use Mobile POD with Apple Inter-App Audio How to use Mobile POD with Audiobus Q: What is the Sonic Port VX interface? A: The Sonic Port VX is the ultimate mobile 24 bit/48 kHz recording interface for musicians on the move. Three studio-grade condenser microphones—a stereo matched pair and a front-facing mono mic—and professional preamps capture instruments, vocals, and live performances with stunning clarity and dynamics. As the centerpiece of your mobile studio, Sonic Port VX will let you develop ideas and record complete songs on any device, anywhere inspiration strikes. Q: What is the Sonic Port interface? A: The Sonic Port is a 24 bit/48 kHz audio interface for iOS devices from Line 6. Sonic Port features a host of audio inputs and outputs, high quality digital conversion, and plug and play ease of use that makes it perfect for making music with your iOS Mobile Devices. Q: What Apple® iOS devices is Sonic Port/VX compatible with? A: Sonic Port/VX requires iOS 8.0 and is compatible with the following iOS devices: iPhone X iPhone 8+ iPhone 8 iPhone SE iPhone 6s/6s Plus iPhone 6/6 Plus iPhone 5S iPhone 5C iPhone 5 iPhone 4S iPhone 4 iPad Pro iPad Air/Air2 iPad 4 iPad 3 iPad 2 iPad mini/mini 2/mini 3/mini 4 iPod 5 Q: Will Sonic Port devices charge/power my iOS devices? A: Sonic Port does not have the ability to charge iOS devices. Sonic Port VX does include the ability to charge Lightning-based iOS devices, but not 30-pin-based iOS devices, when connected to a USB-based power supply. We have seen third-party splitters that are intended to charge an iOS device and allow for audio usage simultaneously. These cables are not supported or recommended. Q: Is the output from the Sonic Port to the iPad Lightning Audio? A: No. We offer a Lightning-form factor cable, but it does not follow the same protocol as Lightning Audio products. Q: What kind of mobile apps can I use the Sonic Port VX and Sonic Port with? A: The Sonic Port VX and Sonic Port are compatible with any iOS app that uses Core Audio for mono/stereo input or output with the Apple® iOS mobile products listed above. Q: What kind of applications can I use the Sonic Port VX ? A: The Sonic Port VX is compatible with any MAC software (OS X 10.9 and later) that uses Core Audio with no driver installation required, as well as any Windows 7 or 8 software that uses ASIO/WDM drivers. Before connecting Sonic Port VX to your Windows computer, download and install the Sonic Port VX Windows Driver from our software page HERE. Q: What kind of inputs and outputs does the Sonic Port VX have? A: The Sonic Port VX has three studio-grade individually calibrated condenser microphones—a stereo matched pair and a front-facing mono mic along with built in professional mic preamps. It also includes two inputs: 1/4" guitar input with 120 dB dynamic range and 1/8" stereo line input with 120 dB dynamic range. Sonic Port VX supports up to 24-bit/48 kHz digital audio. For outputs the Sonic Port VX includes a stereo 1/8" headphone output and balanced 1/4" Left and Right outputs. Q: What kind of inputs and outputs does the Sonic Port have? A: The Sonic Port has two inputs: 1/4" guitar input with 120 dB dynamic range and 1/8" stereo line input with 120 dB dynamic range. Sonic Port supports up to 24-bit/48 kHz digital audio. For outputs the Sonic Port includes a stereo 1/8" headphone output and 1/4" stereo output. Q: What does the Sonic Port VX come with? A: The Sonic Port VX includes: Sonic Port VX interface Detachable 1-meter iOS cable with Lightning connector Detachable 1-meter USB-A to USB-mini cable Tabletop stand Mic stand adapter 1/4" thread for tripod connections Q: What does the Sonic Port come with? A: The Sonic Port includes: Sonic Port interface Detachable 1-meter cable with 30-pin connector Detachable 1-meter cable with Lightning connector Q: What kind of cable do I use to connect my instrument to the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port? A: To connect a instrument to the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port, use any 1/4†guitar cable. Connect the 1/4†plug into the output of your instrument, then connect the other end of the 1/4†plug into the ‘GUITAR IN’ on the Sonic Port Interface. CLICK HERE for a tutorial on Sonic Port VX and Sonic Port Connections. Q: What kind of cable do I use to connect my stereo line level keyboard or mixer to the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port? A: To connect a stereo line level audio source such as keyboard or mixer to the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port, use a 1/8" Stereo Male to Dual 1/4†Tip Sleeve Male cable. Connect both of the 1/4†Tip Sleeve connections to the left and right outputs of your audio source, then connect the 1/8" Stereo Male end of the cable to the ‘IN L/R’ on the Sonic Port interface. CLICK HERE for a tutorial on Sonic Port VX and Sonic Port Connections. Q: What kind of cable do I use to connect my stereo CD/MP3 player to the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port? A: To connect a stereo CD/MP3 player to the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port, use a 1/8" Stereo Male to 1/8" Stereo Male cable. Connect one end of the 1/8" Stereo Male to the output of your CD/MP3 player, then connect the other end of the 1/8" Stereo Male cable into the ‘In L/R’ on the Sonic Port interface. CLICK HERE for a tutorial on Sonic Port VX and Sonic Port Connections. Q: I hear clicks and pops when using Sonic Port. A: Clicks and pops are usually a sign of the processor struggling. Try quitting all apps, including those that run in the background. Q: Should I use a pop filter when using the built in microphones of the Sonic Port VX? A: When recording vocals using the Sonic Port VX's built in microphones, we recommend that you place a pop filter approximately 10" from the microphone grill located on the face of the Sonic Port VX to help prevent unwanted pops or clips caused by plosive consonants like the letters 'P', 'T', 'C', 'K', 'Q', 'B', 'D', and 'G'. Q: Where can I download the Mobile POD app? A: The Mobile POD app can be downloaded for free directly from your Apple® devices using the App Store app. Q: How many models are in the Mobile POD app? A: There are 64 fully adjustable models based on celebrated vintage and modern gear. 32 guitar amplifiers, 16 stompbox and rack effects, and 16 guitar cabinets available within Mobile POD. LEARN MORE. Q: How do I use the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port with the GarageBand iOS app? A: Check out our instructions on using the Sonic Port VX and Sonic Port with GarageBand HERE. Q: How do I use the Mobile POD app with the Apple's Inter-App Audio? A: Check out our video tutorial on how to use the Mobile POD App with Apple's Inter-App Audio HERE. Q: How do I use the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port with the Audiobus App? A: Check out our instructions on using the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port with Audiobus HERE. If you want to use the Mobile POD app to process the sound and then record the processed audio into a third party app then you’ll need to purchase and use the Audiobus app. For a list of all of other current Audiobus compatible apps CLICK HERE. Q: How can I play along with songs from my iTunes® library when using Mobile POD? A: Launch Mobile POD, tap the 1/8th note icon in the lower right hand corner of the app. The in-app player will launch, tap the 'playlist' icon located on the bottom left hand corner of the app to choose which song from your iTunes® library you like to play along with. After selecting your song, the app will return to back to the normal amp screen at which point you can play, fast forward, rewind, and loop the track. Q: What should I do if my Apple® device is not recognizing the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port interface when it is plugged in? A: Check your iPhone or iPad to be sure the latest version of the iOS operating system is installed update if necessary, instructions to do so can be found HERE. Disconnect the Sonic Port interface from the iOS device side of the connection and reconnect it, making sure the Sonic Port’s iOS cable is firmly connected to the Sonic Port first then connect it to your iPhone,iPod, or iPad’s device’s 30 pin or lightning input . Check Settings > General > Accessibility, and then turn Mono Audio off. If the interface is still not being recognized by your Apple® device, it may be necessary to backup and restore your current iOS installation using Apple®’s instructions located HERE. Q: What is Jammit? Where can I get help using my Line 6 Mobile Interface with Jammit? A: For more information about Jammit CLICK HERE. If you are in need assistance with Jammit you can reach their support team HERE. *At this time the Jammit app is not compatible with the Sonic Port VX. Update: We’ve been made aware that Jammit, with whom we shared a cross-marketing partnership in conjunction with Sonic Port, has ceased operations, and that the Jammit app no longer is available. Line 6 currently has no details on the status of Jammit as a company nor the status of its app. To the extent we learn anything new and are able to share that information, we will post it to this forum. Q: Can I use four conductor iOS headphones with the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port? A: Yes you can use these type of headphones with the Sonic Port, make sure to connect them to the Sonic Port's headphone output and not the iOS devices headphone output. Q: Can I use Airplay or Bluetooth headphones with Mobile POD? A: The current version of Mobile POD does not support the use of airplay or Bluetooth headphones due to the amount of latency it introduces into your playback. Q: Does the Sonic Port VX and Sonic Port work with Android products? A: Many of you have asked why Line 6 mobile products only work with Apple devices, not Android. Since many smartphone and tablet manufacturers support the Android operating system and have different connectors, it is unfortunately very difficult to develop and support products for these various hardware configurations. Apple devices share a standard, 30-pin or lightning dock connector which is why we’re able to create a single hardware solution for these devices. Q: Where can I register my Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port? A: After logging into or creating a Line 6 user account HERE, you can go HERE and enter in your serial number that is found on the bottom of the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port, Sonic Port VX serial numbers begin with '(21)SP1', simply fill in the remaining digits. Sonic Port serial numbers begin with '(21)AQ1', simply fill in the remaining digits. Q: Where can I provide my feedback or make a suggestion about the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port? A: We encourage you to visit our IdeaScale HERE and let us know about your ideas and suggestions. Q: Is there a forum where I can discuss the Sonic Port VX or Sonic with other users? A: We have a forum dedicated specifically to the Sonic Port VX and Sonic Port available HERE. Q: Where can I find information on the warranty that is included with the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port? A: You can find all of the available information on the Sonic Port VX and Sonic Port warranty HERE. Sonic Port: Häufig gestellte Fragen: Was ist ein Sonic Port Interface? Das Sonic Port ist die neuste 24bit/48kHz Audioschnittstelle von Line 6 für iOS Geräte. Das Sonic Port kommt mit einer Menge Audioeingängen und –ausgängen, digitaler Umwandlung höchster Qualität und der Einfachheit von Plug and Play um Musik mit Ihren tragbaren Geräten zu machen. Mit welchen tragbaren Geräten ist das Sonic Port Interface kompatibel? Das Sonic Port ist für Apple® iPhone® 5, iPhone® 4S, iPhone® 4, iPhone® 3GS, iPhone® (3ter und 4ter Generation), iPad® 2, iPad®, iPad® Mini und iPod Touch (4ter und 5ter Generation). Können Interfaces des Sonic Port Serie meine iOS Gerät aufladen ? Sonic Port kann keine iOS Geräte aufladen. Sonic Port VX kann über USB mit der Schnittstelle „Lightning“ ausgerüstete iOS Geräte aufladen, allerdings keine älteren, mit „30-Pin“ Anschluss ausgerüstete Geräte. Kann ich das Sonic Port mit CoreAudio Apps zusammen benutzen? Das Sonic Port ist kompatibel mit jeder App die CoreAudio für Mono oder Stereo Audioinput und –output mit den oben genannten Apple® Produkten verwendet. Welche Arten Eingänge besitzt das Sonic Port? Das Sonic Port hat alles was Sie benötigen um spitzen Gitarrenklänge zu erreichen oder jegliches Stereo Audiosignal in unverfälschter Qualität aufzunehmen: Das Sonic Port Interface. Abnehmbares 1m Kabel mit 30-Pin Anschluss. Abnehmbares 1m Kabel mit Lightning Anschluss. Welche Art Kabel benutze ich um mein Instrument an das Sonic Port anzuschließen? Um ein Instrument mit Ihrem Sonic Port zu verbinden können Sie jedes 6.3mm Klinkensteckerkabel benutzen. Verbinden Sie dazu den 6.3mm Stecker mit dem Ausgang Ihres Instrumentes und stecken Sie dann das andere 6.3mm Ende in das "GUITAR IN" an Ihrer Sonic Port Schnittsstelle. Welche Art Kabel brauche ich um mein Stereo Keyboard oder Mixer mit dem Sonic Port zu verbinden? Um eine Stereo Audioquelle wie ein Keyboard oder einen Mixer mit dem Sonic Port zu verbinden brauchen Sie ein Kabel mit den Steckern: 3.5mm Klinkenstecker zu doppelten zweipoligen 6.3mm Klickensteckern. Verbinden Sie beide 6.3mm Stecker an den linken und rechten Ausgang der Audioquelle dann verbinden Sie das 3.5mm Ende mit dem Sonic Port "IN L/R" Eingang. Klicken Sie hier um Hilfestellung zu den Sonic Port Verbindungen zu öffnen. Welche Art Kabel benutze ich um meinen Stereo CD/MP3 Player mit dem Sonic Port zu verbinden? Um Ihren Stereo CD/MP3 Player mit Ihrem Sonic Port zu verbinden brauchen Sie ein 3.5mm Klinkenstecker zu 3.5mm Klinkenstecker-kabel. Verbinden Sie nun das eine Ende Ihres Kabels mit dem Ausgang Ihres CD/MP3 Players und das andere mit dem "IN L/R" Ihres Sonic Ports. Klicken Sie hier um ein Tutorial zu den Sonic Port Verbindungen zu öffnen. Wo kann ich die Mobile POD App herunterladen? Die Mobile POD App kann aus dem Apple® App Store heruntergeladen werden. Wieviele Modelle sind in der Mobile POD App enthalten? Die Mobile POD App beinhaltet 64, vollkommen anpassbare Modelle, die sowohl auf berühmtem Vintage- aber auch modernem Equipment basieren. 32 Gitarren Verstärker, 16 Effektpedale und Rack Effekte außerdem noch 16 verschiedene Modelle für Gitarrenlautsprecher. Wie benutze ich das Sonic Port mit CoreAudio Apps wie GarageBand? Sie können unsere Anleitung zur Benutzung von Sonic Port mit GarageBand hier finden. Sonic Port fungiert als Audio Ein- und Ausgangsschnittstelle bester Qualität für GarageBand. Verbinden Sie einfach Ihr Sonic Port wie oben beschrieben, stecken Sie Ihre Kopfhörer oder Ihr Abhörsystem ein, starten Sie die GarageBand App und benutzen Sie die "IN L/R" und Gitarren Eingänge an Stelle anderer Audio Klinkenstecker oder Adapter. Das Abhören durch das Sonic Port ist durch viel bessere Gitarrenklänge und verbesserte Audioqualität, sollten Sie externe Sounds und andere Instrumente aufnehmen, gekennzeichnet. Wie benutze ich das Sonic Port mit der Audiobus App? Sie können unsere Anleitung zur Benutzung von Sonic Port mit Audiobus hier finden. Wenn Sie die Mobile POD App benutzen wollen um den Sound zu verarbeiten und erst danach den verarbeiteten Ton mit einer anderen App aufzunehmen, müssen Sie die Audiobus App kaufen. Um eine Liste aller derzeitig mit Audiobus kompatiblen Apps zu finden klicken Sie hier. Wie kann ich mit meiner iTunes® Musiksammlung mitspielen wenn ich die Mobile POD App benutze? Starten Sie zuerst Mobile POD, tippen Sie auf das Icon der Achtelnote in der unteren rechten Ecke der App um einen Song Ihrer iTunes® Sammlung zu wähle bei dem Sie mitspielen wollen. Nachdem Sie Ihren Song ausgewählt haben wird die App wieder zurück auf den Startbildschirm zurückkehren, wo Sie den Song abspielen, zurückspulen und vorspulen können. Was kann ich unternehmen wenn mein Apple® Gerät das Sonic Port Interface nicht erkennt wenn ich es einstecke? Überprüfen Sie Ihr iPad® oder iPhone® auf die neuste Version des iOS Betriebssystems, wenn dieses nicht installiert ist, bringen Sie es auf den neuesten Stand, Anweisungen, wie Sie ein Update durchführen finden Sie hier. Trennen Sie Ihr Sonic Port von Ihrem iOS Gerät seitens des Apple Gerätes und verbinden Sie es wieder, indem Sie es zuerst am Sonic Port selbst einstecken und überprüfen ob der Stecker sitzt und danach das andere Ende des Kabels mit Ihrem iPhone®, iPad® oder iPod® per 30Pin- oder Lightningeingang verbinden. Gehen Sie nun zu Einstellungen -> Allgemein -> Bedienungshilfen, hier schalten Sie nun Mono aus. Sollte das Sonic Port nun immer noch nicht von Ihrem Apple® Gerät erkannt werden kann es sein, dass Sie das Betriebssystem Ihres Apple® Gerätes zurücksetzen und wiederherstellen müssen. Eine Anleitung dazu finden Sie hier. Was is Jammit? Wo kann ich Hilfestellung finden wenn ich mein Line 6 Mobile Interface mit Jammit benutze? Für Informationen bezüglich Jammit klicken Sie hier. Sollten Sie Hilfe zu Jammit benötigen können Sie den Kundendienst von Jammit hier erreichen. Kann ich meine vierpoligen Apple® Kopfhörer mit dem Sonic Port benutzen? Ja können Sie, schließen Sie Ihre Kopfhörer aber an das Sonic Port und nicht an Ihr iOS Gerät. Kann ich AirPlay oder Bluetooth Kopfhörer mit Sonic Port benutzen? Die derzeitige Version des Mobile PODs unterstützt leider weder AirPlay noch Bluetooth aufgrund der hohen Latenz die diese Signale während des Abhörens erzeugen. Funktioniert das Sonic Port auch in Verbindung mit Android Systemen? Viele Nutzer haben uns die Frage gestellt, wieso Line 6 Produkte nur mit Apple® Geräten kompatibel sind und nicht mit Android. Da viele Smartphone- und Tablethersteller Android unterstützen und somit viele verschiedene Anschlüsse haben ist es leider sehr schwer Produkte für diese sehr unterschiedlichen Geräte zu entwickeln. Apple® Geräte haben denselben standardmäßigen 30-Pin oder Lightning Anschluss, so war es uns möglich ein einzelnes Gerät für alle Apple® Produkte zu entwickeln. Sonic Port: Foire aux questions: Qu'est-ce que c'est l'interface Sonic Port? L'interface Sonic Port est la plus nouvelle interface audio 24bit/48kHz de Line 6 pour les appareils iOS. Le Sonic Port possède plusieurs entrées et sorties audio, transformation digitale de qualité supérieure et la simplicité de plug and play pour faire de la musique avec vos appareils portables. Quels sont les appareils portables compatibles avec le Sonic Port? Le Sonic Port est compatible avec Apple® iPhone® 5, iPhone® 4S, iPhone® 4, iPhone® 3GS, iPhone® (3ème et 4ème génération), iPad® 2, iPad®, iPad® Mini et iPod Touch (4ème et 5ème génération). Est-ce que Sonic Port peut charger mes appareils iOS? Sonic port ne peut pas charger des appareils iOS. Sonic Port VX peut seulement charger des appareils iOS équipés de la connexion “lightning†, pas “30-pin†(ancienne connexion iOS) si connecter par USB Est-ce que je peux utiliser mon Sonic Port en association avec des applications mobiles CoreAudio? Le Sonic Port est compatible avec toutes les applications quels utilisent le CoreAudio comme entrée audio stéréo ou mono avec les produits Apple® au-dessus. Quelles entrées est-ce que le Sonic Port dispose? Le Sonic Port a tous ce que vous avez besoin pour recevoir des meilleurs sons de guitares et pour enregistrer n'importe quel signal audio stéréo en qualité pure: L'interface Sonic Port. Câble détachable avec prise 30 broches. Câble détachable avec prise Lightning. Quel câble est-ce que j'utilise pour connecter mon instrument au Sonic Port? Pour connecter votre instrument à votre Sonic Port, vous avez besoin d'un câble 6.3mm mâle. Connectez la prise 6.3mm à la sortie de votre instrument et connectez l'autre avec le "GUITAR IN" de votre Sonic Port. Quel câble est-ce que j'utilise pour connecter mon clavier ou table de mixage stéréo au Sonic Port? Pour connecter une source audio comme un clavier ou une table de mixage avec le Sonic Port, vous avez besoin de ce câble: 3.5mm mâle à double (contact 2 points) 6.3mm mâle. Connectez les deux connecteurs 6.3mm aux sorties gauche et droite de la source audio et connectez la coté 3.5mm avec l'entrée "IN L/R" de votre Sonic Port. Cliquez ici pour recevoir un tutoriel à propos des connections de votre Sonic Port. Quel câble est-ce que j'utilise pour connecter mon lecteur MP3/CD stéréo avec mon Sonic Port? Pour connecter votre lecteur MP3/CD stéréo avec votre Sonic Port, vous avez besoin d'un câble 3.5mm mâle à 3.5mm mâle. Connectez votre câble avec la sortie de votre lecteur MP3/CD stéréo et avec l'entrée de votre Sonic Port "IN L/R". Cliquez ici si vous avez besoin d'un tutoriel sur les connections du Sonic Port. Où est-ce que je peux télécharger l'application Mobile POD? Vous pouvez trouver l'application Mobile POD dans l'App Store sur votre appareil Apple®. Combien de modèles sont impliqués avec l'application Mobile POD? La Mobile POD inclus 64 modèles complètement adaptables, ceux sont basés sur équipement Vintage mais aussi moderne. 32 amplificateurs de guitare, 16 pédales et effets rack et également 16 différents modèles haut-parleur de guitare. Comment est-ce que j'utilise le Sonic Port en association avec des applications CoreAudio, comme Garage Band? Vous pouvez trouver nos instructions pour l'utilisation de Sonic Port avec Garage Band ici. Le Sonic Port agit comme interface audio de qualité meilleure pour Garage Band. Connectez simplement votre Sonic Port comme décrit au-dessus, connectez vos écouteurs et votre système monitoring et démarrez l'application Garage Band. Mais utilisez les entrées "IN L/R" et guitares à la place d'autres connecteurs ou adaptateurs. Le monitoring avec le Sonic Port se caractérise par meilleurs sons de guitare mais aussi par qualité audio améliorée si vous voulez enregistrer des sons et instruments externes. Comment est-ce que j'utilise le Sonic Port avec l'application Audiobus? Vous pouvez trouver nos instructions pour l'utilisation de Sonic Port avec Audiobus ici. Si vous voulez utiliser l'application Mobile POD pour la modification du son et après vous voulez enregistrer le son avec une application différente, vous devez acheter Audiobus. Voyez cette liste des applications actuellement compatibles avec Audiobus. Comment est-ce que je peux jouer en même temps comme ma collection de musique iTunes® si j'utilise l'application Mobile POD? Démarrez Mobile POD, tapez sur la croche dans le coin inférieur droit et choisissez une chanson de votre collection iTunes®. Si vous avez choisissez la chanson, l'application revient sur l'écran de départ. Ici vous pouvez jouer, avancer rapidement et retourner rapidement votre chanson. Qu'est-ce que je peux faire si mon appareil Apple® ne reconnaît pas mon Sonic Port si je le connecte? Vérifiez la version de l'iOS de votre appareil Apple®, si la plus nouvelle version n'est pas installée, mettez votre système d'exploitation à jour. Ici, vous pouvez trouver des instructions pour cette étape. Séparez votre Sonic Port du appareil iOS à la coté de l'appareil Apple® et reconnectez le en vérifiant la connexion au Sonic Port et après la connexion avec l'iPhone, l'iPad ou l'iPod. Allez sur Réglages -> Général -> Accessibilité et désactivez Mono. Si votre appareil Apple® ne toujours sait pas reconnaître votre Sonic Port, il est possible que vous deviez restaurer le système d'exploitation de votre appareil Apple®. Ici vous pouvez trouver des instructions concernant cette restauration. Qu'est-ce que c'est Jammit? Où est-ce que je peux trouver d'assistance si je veux utiliser mon Line 6 Mobile Interface avec Jammit? Pour recevoir des informations concernant Jammit, allez ici. Si vous avez besoin d'aide avec Jammit, vous pouvez trouver le service clientèle de Jammit ici. Est-ce que je peux utiliser mes écouteurs contact 4 points d'Apple® avec mon Sonic Port? Oui c'est aucun problème, mais vous devez connecter les écouteurs avec le Sonic Port et pas avec votre appareil iOS. Est-ce que je peux utiliser mes écouteurs Bluetooth ou AirPlay avec mon Sonic Port? La version actuelle du Mobile POD ne soutient malheureusement ni AirPlay ni Bluetooth à cause de la latence élevée laquelle ces signaux causent pendant le monitoring. Est-ce que le Sonic Port fonctionne aussi avec les systèmes Android? Beaucoup d'utilisateurs nous ont posés cette question, pourquoi est-ce que les produits de Line 6 ne sont pas compatibles avec Android mais seulement avec les appareils Apple®? Nombreux de fabricants Smartphone et Tablet utilisent Android comme système d'exploitation. À cause de cette diversité, beaucoup de connexions existent pour ces appareils et cela rends le développement très difficile pour ces produits. Les appareils Apple® soutiennent la même connexion 30 broches ou Lightning donc c'était possible de développer un seul appareil pour tous produits Apple®.
  5. Imagine if Line6 made an iPad/iPhone looper app along the lines of GroupTheLoop or Quantiloop (but better) that had the added USP of being able to communicate two-way with the HELIX - so that by going into a special "Looper App Mode" the HELIX scribble strips behaved like an improved version of the built-in looper- but in a way where the labels would synchronise ( using OSC etc ? ) with the iOS app. https://line6.ideascale.com/a/idea-v2/902705
  6. I'm using the helix lt to control Loop Community's "prime" application on an Ipad. I'm using the MIDI ports on the helix to do this. I'm wanting to add more stomp buttons to help me have more control. Is it possible to use something like this (https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/FSB106Ad1--bugera-fsb106a-6-button-footswitch-for-bugera-trirec) to connect with a TRS cable to the helix's EXP Pedal 2? I'm wanting to still be able to use the helix to control parameters in prime, but I'm also wanting more stomp options. So my first though was just to extend the helix with another pedal. Any thoughts or advice?
  7. Apple’s policy is that if you acquire an app, free or not, the app should be available to download to any of your personal devices. However, as the app is updated, it's requirements may change and prevent fresh downloads on older devices. Example: If you attempt to download AMPLIFi Remote to an old device, and the minimum iOS version is 11 or above, you’ll get an installation error: "This application requires iOS version 11 or later. You must update to iOS 11 in order to use this application." To get AMPLIFi Remote onto the older device, you'd have to first acquire the app via iTunes on a computer, or via the App Store on a device that is running the required iOS version, then download the app on the older device. Note that iPhone-only apps won't appear on an iPad, and vice versa. For our example, we'll use iTunes. Use the search box for the name of your application. Select the app in the search results. Click the Buy or Get button to acquire the app (you don't have to download it). Use your older iOS device and search for the exact app in the App Store or click on the Purchased icon in the lower navigation bar. When you locate the app, click the Install button. After you click Install, you'll see a popup indicating that there is an older version of the app available for download. Click Download to install the last compatible version.
  8. I would recommend backing up your earlier version if possible before updating. I downloaded the update and don't like it for the following reasons: 1) GUI is completely different - way too modern, Ableton? Prefer the effects and amps to look 'real' But more importantly....... 2) You cannot switch effects of by tapping them. You have to select the effect first, then select on/off from new window. So there's no 'stomp' switch on the effects. So that's 2 actions rather than one. Compare with Tonestack where I can turn multiple effects on/off with one press. Apart from the Audio Energy beam there is little difference. I had no problems with the old interface despite using it on an iPad mini and I'm not very good generally with touch screens. Plus point - you can change buffer size inside the app.
  9. Just picked up an Amplifi FX100 and trying to run the remote app (the whole reason I bought it) on my iPad 2, which is running the maximum iOS of 9.3.5, but the installer tells me it needs iOS 10?? It's just a simple interface, right? So how come it won't run on a slightly older OS from like only 2 years ago?? Am I missing something? I'll be kind of peeved if I've bought this Amplifi FX100 to use with my iPad only to find it can't run the remote software....?? Would an older version of the software work??
  10. On my iPad the test tones in the upper right corner doesn't give the option to choose a riff. I have tested anything, even clicking positions out of the regular focus. On my iPhone everything works fine. Can someone please proof this behavior?
  11. I can't find the custom tone library search that was available in the last version. Does anyone know how to access internet custom tones??
  12. I am wondering if the Helix will route through MIDI commands from its hardware MIDI connectors over USB to an iPad? I already have the Helix hooked up to an iPad Mini 2 via USB (and the camera connection adapter), and using MIDI from Helix to control the iPad works great. However, I would like more footswitches. I would like to hook up an additional MIDI foot controller to the Helix's MIDI ports, and have those commands passed through the Helix over USB to the iPad to control various apps. Is this possible? Trying to see if this will work before I shell out the cash for a controller. Thanks!
  13. Hey, I connected Helix via USB+camera connection kit to my ipad and the Quantiloop (ver 2) looper app. When doing that, the buffer size parameter on quantiloop is stuck at buffer size 128 (not a problem to change to 256, 512, 1024 while not connected to helix). When I record a track in quantiloop like this, I can send the midi commands from helix to the app on the ipad without any problems, but I get the recorded sound back with clicks/pops... and I think it has to do with the buffer size... This is annoying, but except for that quantiloop looks like a cool app! (BTW - no problem when using Loopy HD in a similar way...)
  14. BoneToner

    USB/Iphone with Helix

    I've seen a lot of people mentioning to connect their ipad/iphone through the USB on their Helix to use Loopy, metronomes, etc. just curious how, and what you need, to actually set this up. Thanks in advanced!
  15. Since today, the instrument input on my sonic port has ceased to work. Headphone output still works, line input still work, i have not tested line output. My ipad was updated two days ago to IOs 10.1.1, i don't know if this is related. I have tried with another guitar, with another cable, but nothing work. Thank you for your help.
  16. I'm wanting to connect my Line 6 KB37 toneport to my iPad Air 2 so I can use the midi keyboard to control the keyboard sounds in garage band & use the line inputs. Has anyone got any help / experience / advice? I think I'm going to need to Apple camera connecting kit but not sure if this will do what I want it to. Help please!
  17. All credits regarding this discovering goes to Elantric from Vguitar Forums. Guitarist and MIDI Designer Pro user François Desnoyers has been one of the most influential people in the MIDI Designer Community. Features from his suggestion list are still being implemented in every MIDI Designer release, and his international French is behind the French App Store text. But as you can see from his layouts, he’s serious about making MIDI Controllers, like this one for the Line 6 HD500. The HD500 does not allow for a lot of MIDI control. Even so, François solves one of the biggest problems with the interface, which is allowing direct, visible access to the presets: Having to rely on a reference grid to identify presets was not very pleasant. I decided to reproduce most of SETLIST panels on pages. You can mix and match pages from this layout with those for the Line 6 DT50 Amp Controller. This way you can control both your FX and your amp from the same device. Sweet! MIDI Controller for iPad for Line6 HD500, 1 of 2 Instructions for Use Buy MIDI Designer Pro or unlock MIDI Designer Lite Check out the instructions, screenshots, a short video and the read me file on the Community Site. Long press on the MIDI Designer layout and use “Open In…†to open it in MIDI Designer Pro or Lite unlocked. http://mididesigner.com/community/midi-controller-for-line-6-hd500/
  18. Hello Just wanted to follow up a post from february asking about using an fbv mkII foot controller with an ipad. I use one and it's fantastic. I use it with a powered hub (battery powered with an iPhone type usb rechargeable battery pack). With a camera connection kit it seems very reliable. I use it with JamUp Pro for guitar effects and for controlling Loopy HD. It also works well with Amplitube. The FBV mkII has always been great for me for its versatility (great with Reason), but this has made it even better and helped remove the computer element from my rig... Almost.
  19. jshimkoski

    Helix editor app for iPad

    So, I was thinking this morning, I am super happy that there is an editor for the Helix for Mac/PC but it lacks a little bit in the ways of portability. An iPad/Android version would really take the cake. We need more portability and a touch interface. Here's the idea if you wanna up vote it: http://line6.ideascale.com/a/dtd/Helix-editor-for-iPad/826675-23508
  20. mindy-glow

    Device not connected!!!!

    Hey guys, Since the remote app updates today I get the message 'device not connected' I've tried impairing the device, renown loading the app and a factory reset but nothing has worked. This is on an iPad 4th gen running the latest iOS. I have also tried it on an iPhone 6s with the same result. Can anybody help? Thank you
  21. Issue: In some rare cases, connecting a supported device to unlock the LE feature set fails to work with Cubasis LE on iOS 8. Solution: Please restart Cubasis LE and make sure the included demo song properly plays back through the built-in speaker of your iPad. Afterwards, connect a supported device to unlock the LE feature set. If the unlock procedure keeps failing on iOS 8, please update your iPad device to iOS 9 and try again.
  22. ChristianArnold

    Controlling iPad's Loopy HD with the Helix

    Check out this video where I show how to setup the Helix to control Loopy HD on your iPad. This is an amazing looper and the Helix finally makes me excited to get into a looper again.
  23. Fowney

    No sound

    So, I connect everything as per the manual, but I can't get any sound on the Mobile Pod. Can't even use the tuner. Nothing. Even more frustrating having just paid £15 for an in-app purchase, not that I have any idea what I have purchased. So much for "free app with a Line 6 sonic port"!!!
  24. Apologize if this has been asked already, I couldn't find it in the archives. I've got a latest generation Ipad and would like to record my playing using the built in video camera on the Ipad. I know I can use the built in Ipad microphone or can use a lightning connector mic like a Blue Sparkle to capture external Helix audio coming out of my amplified speakers. But I'm wondering if there is an output on the Helix that would allow me to send the guitar audio signal direct into the ipad to record the audio along with the video that is recording on the Ipad? Ideally would like to do this and also at the same time continue to send my Helix output via the XLR cables to my speakers so I can hear the audio in the room as I'm playing. Any assistance for a tech newb greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  25. longhorns12

    Connecting a Hd500x to an IPad. Help.

    I play for my church and I am the only musician there so we run songs off of an IPad and into the soundboard. They want me to run the IPad into my 500x so I can play the songs through there and be in control of the set list. If in run it through the aux in would I be able to separate the signals so the sound man can turn my guitar up and down with out bit affecting the IPad? And vise versa. Can I run it through the midi? Or USb? Would I be able to control the music with a volume pedal on the 500x? Some of the songs tend to just cut off so I want to be able to fade the music when its about to end.