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  1. I have bought a used pod xt live some days back. It giving me some issues, while playing it automatically goes to amp control screen and some of the amp control knob on the screen tweeks automatically Other problem is, some times the volume goes all the way high, then the pedal not works. It solves automatically. Sometimes it take time to solve and sometimes it fixes quickly. A technician told me that is a software issue! Please help me to get rid of this.
  2. Deutsch Français SONIC PORT VX CONNECTIONS 1. Before connecting the Sonic Port VX, check your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch to be sure you have the latest version of the iOS operating system installed. Instructions for updating your iOS device are available HERE. 2. In order to enjoy POD® amp and effects processing, you'll need our free Mobile POD application. The Mobile POD app also provides firmware updates to the Sonic Port VX hardware. If your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch has internet access, we recommend that you first download and install our Mobile POD app from the App Store app before you attach your Sonic Port VX for the first time. Simply search for 'Mobile POD' on the app store to find and download the Mobile POD app. 3. If you are using the Sonic Port VX with a iOS device, connect Sonic Port VX to your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch using the included 14-pin to Lightning connector cable. The Sonic Port VX has a red LED located on it's top side that will blink once a few seconds after the Sonic Port VX is successfully recognized by your iOS device. If you want to power/charge your iOS device (Lightning only) while using the Sonic Port VX, you can additionally connect the supplied USB-mini cable from the Sonic Port VX into a iOS USB power supply. If you are using the Sonic Port VX with a Windows computer, first make sure and download the Sonic Port Windows Drivers from our software page HERE before you connect the Sonic Port to your computer. If you are using the Sonic Port VX with MAC OS X 10.9 or above computer you will not need to install any drivers. To connect the Sonic Port VX to your computer simply use the supplied USB-A to USB-mini cable to connect it to your computer. Click the photo below for an illustration of these connections: 4. Connect your 1/4" instrument or other audio source to Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port. The Sonic Port VX and Sonic Port can only use one input source at a time, it will use whichever input is connected to first: Using Guitar In (mono): Connect a standard 1/4" guitar cable to the Sonic Port guitar input, then plug the other end into your guitar. Using AUX IN : Connect a standard stereo 1/8" line cable to the Sonic Port VX AUX input, then plug the other end into a line level audio output of your source equipment such as a keyboard, drum machine, mixer, or music player. 5. Connect two mono 1/4" Tip Sleeve cables to the Sonic Port VX's individual Left and Right outputs, then plug the other ends into a playback device such as a mixer, studio monitors, or powered PA speakers to monitor your audio. You can also connect one mono 1/4" Tip Sleeve calbe to only the Sonic Port VX's left output and the Sonic Port VX will sum together both the Right and Left outputs to allow you to connect it to mono sources such as a guitar or bass amp. To connect a pair of headphones or desktop speakers to the Sonic Port VX simply connect the 1/8" stereo cable into the 1/8" Headphone output on the Sonic Port VX. Click the photo below for a illustration of these connections: 6. If you would like to set the Sonic Port VX up on a mic stand or the included tabletop stand start off by threading the supplied mic stand mount onto the base of the Sonic Port VX. If you would like to use the Sonic Port VX on a mic stand, you can then simply attach the mic stand mount to a mic stand. If you would like to use the included table top stand for the Sonic Port VX, place the mic stand mount onto the tabletop stand and fasten them together using the supplied 1/4" thread as shown in the illustration below: We recommend that you place the Sonic Port VX at least 10" away from the source that you are trying to record with the built in mics. We also recommend that you use pop screen with the Sonic Port VX when you are recording vocals. 7. Once you have made all your connections launch the iOS or computer app of your choice and your ready to go. SONIC PORT CONNECTIONS 1. Before connecting the Sonic Port, check your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch to be sure you have the latest version of the iOS operating system installed. Instructions for updating your iOS device are available HERE. 2. In order to enjoy POD® amp and effects processing, you'll need our free Mobile POD application. The Mobile POD app also provides firmware updates to the Sonic Port hardware. If your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch has internet access, we recommend that you first download and install our Mobile POD app from the App Store app before you attach your Sonic Port for the first time. Simply search for 'Mobile POD' on the app store to find and download the Mobile POD app. 3. Connect the Sonic Port to your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch using the included 14-pin to Lightning connector cable or the 30 pin cable depending on your iOS device.The Sonic Port has a red LED located on it's top side that will blink once a few seconds after the Sonic Port is successfully recognized by your iOS device. Click the photo below for a illustration of this connection: 4. Connect your 1/4" instrument or other audio source to the Sonic Port. The Sonic Port can only use one input source at a time, it will use whichever input is connected to first: Using Guitar In (mono): Connect a standard 1/4" guitar cable to the Sonic Port guitar input, then plug the other end into your guitar. Using IN L/R: Connect a standard stereo 1/8" line cable to the Sonic Port IN L/R input, then plug the other end into a line level audio output of your source equipment such as a keyboard, drum machine, mixer, or music player. 5. Connect a mono or stereo 1/4" cable to the Sonic Port OUT L/R output, then plug the other end into a playback device such as a guitar amp, mixer or powered speakers to monitor your audio. To connect a pair of headphones or desktop speakers to the Sonic Port simply connect the 1/8" stereo cable into the 1/8" Headphone output on the Sonic Port. Click the photo below for a illustration of these connections: 6. Once you have made all your connections launch the iOS app of your choice and your ready to go. Sonic Port Anschlüsse: 1. Bevor Sie fortfahren, sollten Sie Ihr iPad, iPhone oder iPod touch auf die neueste Version des iOS überprüfen. 2. Bevor Sie aber die Effekt- und Verstärkerverarbeitung des POD® nutzen können benötigen Sie unsere gratis Mobile POD App, welche außerdem für Firmware Updates Ihres Sonic Ports sorgt. (Firmware ist Software für den Mikroprozessor Ihres Sonic Ports und bereits in diesem enthalten, sie braucht jedoch Updates von Zeit zu Zeit genau wie Software auf Ihrem PC.) Wenn Ihr iPad, iPhone oder iPod touch Verbindung zum Internet hat, wird es Ihnen automatisch helfen die Mobile POD App herunterzuladen, sobald Sie das Sonic Port anschließen. Ansonsten empfehlen wir Ihnen einfach die App von Hand herunterzuladen; suche Sie dazu im App Store nach "Mobile POD", klicken Sie auf "Kaufen" und installieren Sie diese im Anschluss. 3. Schließen Sie nun Ihr Sonic Port an Ihr iPad, iPhone oder iPod touch an indem Sie das 14-Pin zu Lightning Kabel oder das 30 pin kabel benutzen je nach Anschluss Ihres Gerätes. Das Sonic Port hat oben eine rote LED die 3 Sekunden lang blinkt sobald Ihr Apple Gerät das Sonic Port erkannt hat. Wenn Sie Ihr iOS Gerät laden möchten während Sie das SonicPortVX verwenden (nur über Lightning möglich) verbinden Sie bitte das mitgelieferte USB-mini Kabel des SonicPort VX mit dem USB-Netzteil Ihres iOS Gerätes. Sollten Sie das SP VX unter Windows verwenden, installieren Sie bitte zuerst den SonicPort VX Windows Treiber (bevor Sie das Interface anschliessen).Falls Sie MacOSX10.9 oder neuer verwenden muss kein Treiber installiert werden.Um das SonicPort VX mit dem Computer zu verbinden verwenden Sie bitte das mitgelieferte USB-A auf USB-mini Kabel. 4. Verbinden Sie Ihre Gitarre oder andere Audioquelle mit Ihrem Sonic Port. Sie können nur jeweils eine Audioquelle gleichzeitig an Ihr Sonic Port anschliessen. Unter Verwendung des "Guitar IN" (mono) können Sie Ihr standardmäßiges 6.3mm Gitarrenkabel an den "Guitar IN" des Sonic Ports und das andere Ende an Ihre Gitarre anschließen. Unter Verwendung des "IN L/R" können Sie ein standardmäßiges 3.5mm Kabel an den "IN L/R" Ihres Sonic Ports und dann das andere Ende an den Ausgang Ihrer Tonquelle, wie z.B. ein Keyboard, Mixer oder Musik-Player, anschließen. 5. Schliessen Sie ein Mono oder Stereo 6.3mm Kabel an den "OUT L/R" Ausgang Ihres Sonic Ports an, dann stecken Sie das andere Ende in Ihr Abhörgerät wie z.B. einen Gitarrenverstärker, Mixer oder Lautsprecher um Ihren Ton abzuhören. Sofern erwünscht, können auch Kopfhörer benutzt werden, diese müssen dann einfach an den 3.5mm Kopfhörer-Ausgang angeschlossen werden. 6. Starten Sie die Audio App Ihrer Wahl, wie zum Beispiel Garage Band® oder Mobile POD. Das Sonic Port Interface dient als Audio Input oder Output für jede App, die CoreAudio verwendet. Connexions du Sonic Port: 1. Avant de procéder, vérifiez que l'iOS de votre iPad, iPhone ou iPod touch est à jour. 2. Avant que vous puissiez utiliser le traitement des effets et amplificateurs POD®, vous avez besoin de notre application gratuite Mobile POD, cette application fais également les mises à jours du firmware de votre Sonic Port. (le firmware est du logiciel, déjà inclus, pour le microprocesseur de votre Sonic Port mais de temps en temps, ce logiciel a besoin d'une mise à jour comme le logiciel sur votre ordinateur. Si votre iPad, iPhone ou iPod touch a une connexion d'internet, il sera vous aider automatiquement de télécharger l'application Mobile POD, une fois vous connectez le Sonic Port avec votre appareil Apple®. Autrement, vous pouvez télécharger l'application vous-même par utiliser l'App Store, entrez "Mobile POD" et cliquez sur "Acheter". Installez l'application. 3. Vous pouvez connecter le Sonic Port avec votre iPad, iPhone ou iPod touch en utilisant le câble 14 broches à Lightning ou le 30 broches cable selon de la connexion de votre appareil IOS . Le Sonic Port a une LED rouge au-dessus qui clignote 3 secondes une fois votre appareil Apple® a reconnu le Sonic Port. Si vous voulez charger votre appareil iOS (lightning seulement) en utilisant le Sonic Port VX vous pouvez connecter le cable “mini-USBâ€� (fourni) avec l’alimentation USB. Si vous utilisez le Sonic Port VX avec un ordinateur Windows veuillez installer le pilote Sonic Port Windows par notre site d’internet ………avant connecter le Sonic Port avec votre ordinateur. Sous MacOSX10.9 ou plus récente ce n’est pas necessaire d’installer un pilote. Pour connecter Sonic Port VX avec votre ordinateur utilisez le cable USB-A vers USB-mini fourni. 4. Connecter votre guitare ou source audio avec votre Sonic Port. Vous pouvez attacher seulement une source audio à la fois. En utilisant le "Guitar IN" (mono), vous pouvez prendre un câble 6.3mm classique et insérer le dans le "Guitar IN" du Sonic Port, connectez l'autre prise à votre guitare. En utilisant le "IN L/R", vous pouvez prendre un câble 3.5mm standard et connecter une prise à "l'IN L/R" du Sonic Port et l'autre avec votre sortie audio comme par exemple un clavier, un lecteur de musique ou une table de mixage. 5. Connectez un câble 6.3mm stéréo ou mono avec la sortie "OUT L/R" de votre Sonic Port et connectez l'autre coté avec votre appareil monitoring comme par exemple un amplificateur de guitare, une table de mixage ou un haut-parleur. Si voulu, vous pouvez aussi connecter des écouteurs, vous devez les connecter avec la sortie 3.5mm pour les écouteurs. 6. Démarrez l'application audio de votre choix, par exemple Garage Band® ou Mobile POD. L'interface Sonic Port sert comme entrée et sortie audio pour n'importe quelle application qui utilise CoreAudio.
  3. juzzy1212

    New Spider V 240 combo broken?

    Hi all, I got a new Spider V 240 combo today and I was really excited to try it out but it sounds awful, I think it may be broken, I was just wondering if anyone else has experienced anything similar? Basically, the amp sounds great through headphones or direct into my Mac but the actual amp speakers sound really muffled / muddy, sounds like there is a pillow or something in front of the speakers. I have tried updating the amp, adjusting the EQ, assorts of parameters but no joy, still sounds bad. I have a horrible feeling I have a faulty amp but I thought I would ask here in case anyone has any suggestions. Thanks
  4. Version française. Deutsche Version. We always recommend that you run the latest firmware in your AMPLIFi amplifier. Your AMPLIFi Remote application will inform you whenever a firmware update is available, so you'll always know you have the latest version! Follow the instructions below to update the firmware of your AMPLIFi. Here is outline of the steps needed to complete the AMPLIFi Firmware update process: Pair AMPLIFi 30/75/150/TT via Bluetooth with iOS device. Start and complete the update from AMPLIFi Remote app Settings page. Follow post-update instructions that appear within the AMPLIFi Remote app: Turn the AMPLIFi 30/75/150/TToff. Power up AMPLIFi 30/75/150/TT while pressing Large Master Volume and Tone Select button. Re-pair the Bluetooth connection between the AMPLIFi and your iOS device. Exit the AMPLIFi Remote app by double-pressing the Home button then drag the AMPLIFi Remote app window up towards the top of the screen completely close the app. Re-launch the AMPLIFi Remote app and you should see your AMPLIFi 30/75/150/TT connect again automatically to the app. **Before getting started ensure that your iOS device has a consistent connection to a cellular or wifi network. We recommend to make sure your iOS device has at least a 50% charge on the battery or plug your iOS device into it's power supply to prevent the iOS device from shutting down during the update. While performing the update we also recommend that leave your iOS device idle within close proximity and unobstructed line of sight of the AMPLIFi to avoid interruptions in the updating process. ** CLICK HERE for a video tutorial on Bluetooth Pairing your AMPLIFi. CLICK HERE for a video tutorial on updating the firmware on your AMPLIFi. Full Instructions Enable Bluetooth on the device you would like to stream audio from. Put the AMPLIFi 30/75/150/TT into 'Pairing Mode' by pressing and holding the Bluetooth button located on the upper left of the top panel - it will begin to flash to indicate it is in 'Pairing Mode'. Within the Bluetooth options of your device an entry for 'AMPLIFi' will appear. Select the 'AMPLIFi' entry and pair with it - the Bluetooth LED will stop flashing and become solid lit blue. Download the AMPLIFi Remote app directly from the Apple App store. Launch the AMPLIFi Remote app. Log in to your Line 6 user account. If you do not already have a Line 6 user account, you can create one HERE or with the link provided on-screen within the app. Once the app is launched, tap the 'Menu' icon in the upper left corner. Tap the 'Settings' icon in the lower left of the menu. From the 'Settings' menu, tap the option labeled 'Amp Flash'. You will then see the updates available for your AMPLIFi 30/75/150/TT. To begin the update process simply tap the 'Update' button and allow 10-45 minutes for the update to complete. After you receive a notification from the AMPLIFi Remote App that the update portion of the process was completed successfully turn off the AMPLIFi 30/75/150/TT. While pressing and holding both the large Master Volume knob and the Tone Select button, switch the power back on the AMPLIFi 30/75/150/TT. Re-pair the Bluetooth connection between the AMPLIFi 30/75/150/TT and your iOS device. Exit the AMPLIFi Remote app by double-pressing the Home button then drag the AMPLIFi Remote app window up towards the top of the screen completely close the app. Re-launch the AMPLIFi Remote app and you should see your AMPLIFi 30/75/150/TT connect again automatically to the app. If your firmware update is interrupted and unsuccessful the AMPLIFi hardware may display symptoms such as all of it's LEDs being lit or flashing. In this case, try again to use the AMPLIFi Remote app to update the firmware and make sure to review our AMPLIFi Bluetooth Connectivity Troubleshooting information HERE. Q: What should I do if the update is accidentally interrupted or fails? A: If your update is accidentally interrupted or fails turn your AMPLFi off and back on again. Press the Bluetooth button once and re-pair your AMPLIFi with your iOS device. Re-start the update in the Setting page of the AMPLIFi Remote app. Q: What happens if I receive a call while the amp is updating? A: If you receive a call while your AMPLIFi is updating make sure to stay within range of the AMPLFi, and when you call completes the update will resume. AMPLIFi 30/75/150/TT: Firmwareupdate Wir empfehlen, die Firmware ihres AMPLIFi Verstärkers immer auf dem neuesten Stand zu halten. Ihre AMPLIFi Remote App wird Sie immer davon informieren wenn ein neues Firmware Update zur Verfügung steht. So können Sie immer sicher sein, dass Sie die neueste Firmware auf Ihrem AMPLIFi läuft. **Bevor es los geht, stellen Sie bitte sicher, dass Ihr iOS Gerät eine beständige Internetverbindung hat. Wir empfehlen, dass die Batterie Ihres iOS Gerätes entweder mindestens 50% aufgeladen ist oder Sie hängen es gleich ans Ladegerät damit sich das iOS Gerät nicht während des Updates abschaltet. Außerdem empfehlen wir, dass Sie das Gerät einfach nah bei Ihrem AMPLIFi liegen lassen, um Unterbrechungen des Updates zu vermeiden.** Klicken Sie hier für ein Video Tutorial wie Sie Ihr AMPLIFi per Bluetooth koppeln können. Klicken Sie hier für ein Video Tutorial wie Sie die Fimware aktualisieren können. Schalten Sie Bluetooth auf dem Gerät an von welchem Sie Musik auf Ihr AMPLIFi übertragen wollen. Drücken und halten Sie nun den Bluetooth Knopf oben auf dem AMPLIFi, dieser sollte dann anfangen zu blinken. Jetzt sollte Ihr AMPLIFi als Gerät auftauchen. Wählen Sie nun hier das AMPILIFi aus um die Geräte zu koppeln. Der Bluetooth Knopf auf dem AMPLIFi leuchtet nun durchgehend blau. Laden Sie sich die AMPLIFi Remote App aus dem Apple App store herunter. Starten Sie die AMPLIFi Remote App. Melden Sie sich hier nun mit Ihrem Line 6 Benutzerkonto an. Sollten Sie noch kein Line 6 Benutzerkonto haben dann können Sie sich hier einen erstellen oder indem Sie auf den Link drücken in der App. Sobald die App gestartet ist drücken Sie auf das „Menu“ Symbol oben Links in der Ecke. Tippen Sie dann auf das „Settings“ Symbol unten links. Im „Settings“ Menu können Sie dann die „Amp Flash“ Funktion finden. Drücken Sie auf diese. Hier werden Ihnen die für Ihr AMPLIFi verfügbaren Updates angezeigt. Um die Aktualisierung durchzuführen brauchen Sie nur den „Update“ Knopf zu drücken. Warten Sie dann 10-20 Minuten damit die Aktualisierung volsltändig angewandt werden kann. Sollte die Aktualisierung der Firmware abbrechen oder nicht erfolgreich sein, kann es sein, dass die LEDs Ihres AMPLIFis leuchten oder blinken. In diesem Falle sollten Sie nocheinmal versuchen das AMPLIFi per AMPLIFi Remote App ein Update der Firmware durchzuführen. Zusätzlich sollten Sie sich die Informationen zur Fehlerbehebung der AMPLIFi Bluetooth Verbindung hier durchlesen. Was soll ich tun wenn das Update unterbrochen wird oder fehlschlägt? In diesem Fall müssen Sie das AMPLIFi abschalten und wieder neustarten. Drücken Sie dann den Bluetooth Knopf und koppeln Sie das AMPLIFi erneut. Starten Sie das Update im „Settings“ Menu dann wieder neu. Was passiert wenn ich einen Anruf rehalten während der Aktualisierung? Das ist kein Problem solange Sie in der Nähe des AMPLIFi bleiben. Die Aktualisierung wird nach dem Anruf weiter fortgefürt. Mise à jour du firmware: AMPLIFi 75 et 150 Nous recommandons toujours que vous avez la version dernière du firmware de votre amplificateur AMPLIFi. Notre application AMPLIFi Remote vous informe chaque fois qu’une mise à jour de firmware est disponible. Comme ça vous savez toujours si vous avez la dernière version. Suivez les instructions ci-dessous pour mettre à jour le firmware de votre AMPLIFi. ** Avant de commencer, assurez-vous que votre appareil iOS a une connexion internet consistante. Nous recommandons une charge de batterie d’au moins de 50% ou connectez l’appareil directement au chargeur pour empêcher u arrêt de l’appareil iOS pendant la mise à jour. Nous recommandons également que vous laissez l’appareil iOS en proximité immédiate de l’AMPLIFi pour éviter des interruptions dans le processus de la mise à jour. ** Cliquez ici pour une vidéo sur le couplage Bluetooth avec votre AMPLIFi. Cliquez ici pour une vidéo sur la mise à jour du firmware de votre AMPLIFi. Activez le Bluetooth sur votre appareil à partir duquel vous voulez diffuser de la musique. Mettez l’AMPLIFi en mode 'Pairing' en appuyant sur le bouton Bluetooth sur le dessus de l’AMPLIFi. Le bouton commence de clignoter que veut dire que l’AMPLIFi est en mode de couplage. Dans les options de Bluetooth de votre appareil, une entrée « AMPLIFi » s’affichera. Sélectez l’entrée « AMPLIFi » et couplez les appareils. Le LED s’arrête de clignoter et s’allume continué. Téléchargez l’application AMPLIFi Remote directement de l’App Store d’ Apple. Lancez l’application AMPLIFi Remote. Connectez-vous à votre compte Line 6. Si vous n’avez pas un compte Line 6, vous pouvez créer un ici ou vous pouvez cliquer sur le lien dans l’application. Dès que l’application est lancée, tapez l’icône « Menu » dans le coin supérieur gauche. Tapez l’icône « Settings » en bas à gauche du menu. Dans le menu « Settings » tapez l’option « Amp Flash ». Ici vous pouvez voir tous les mises à jour pour votre AMPLIFi. Pour lancer la mise à jour, tapez le bouton « Update » et laissez le faire la mise à jour pour environ 10 à 20 minutes. Ci la mise à jour du firmware interrompue ou échoue, les boutons de l’AMPLIFi peuvent clignoter. Dans ce cas, essayez la mise à jour à nouveau. Consultez les informations de dépannage de la connexion Bluetooth AMPLIFi ici. Qu’est-ce que je peux faire si la mise à jour interrompue ou échoue? Si la mise à jour interrompue ou échoue, désactivez l’AMPLIFi et rallumez le. Poussez le bouton Bluetooth une fois et couplez l’AMPLIFi avec l’appareil iOS à nouveau. Redémarrez la mise à jour dans le menu « Settings » de l’application AMPLIFi Remote. Qu’est-ce qui ce passe si je reçois un appel tandis que l’AMPLIFi est mettre à jour le firmware ? Si vous recevez un appel, restez dans la gamme du Bluetooth de l’amplificateur. Lorsque vous terminez l’appel, la mise à jour se résume.
  5. Here is our tune “Sucker Punchin’ Weasel” by my band Subconscious Pilot. We recorded it with my Line 6 gear and some other gear, of course. I used helix and native for the guitars, except one solo which was an older multi-effects pedal from another company, and my lowdown 175 and native for the bass. Pretty happy with the overall sound and thank you to Line 6 for making my recording session so much more streamlined and fun! Please enjoy! https://subconsciouspilot.com/track/1664956/sucker-punchin-weasel
  6. Hi all, For my setup I frequently swith between using the output from a Midikeyboard, with the output set to the UX 2, and a Traktor midi djcontroller, directly connected to my speakers. When I want to swith between them I have to switch cables between the line 6 and laptop. I tried connecting mij dj controller directly to the line 6. So that the output signal would be coming out of the UX 2, and I wouldn't have to change al the wires everytime I wanted to use something different. It didn't seem to work. Is there a possibility that I could route the controller through UX2? I only want to use it as a better soundcard. I know the muisic comes from the pc and software
  7. Line6Tony

    M9 Stompbox Modeler FAQ

    Total Looper Recording Time: 30 seconds (60 seconds with half-speed enabled) Ins and Outs: Stereo Input through two 1/4" mono inputs (L and R) and stereo output through two 1/4" mono outputs (L and R). All inputs and outputs are unbalanced instrument level. Additionally, two 1/4" jacks for 2 expression pedals Expression Pedal: Use Line 6 EX-1 or an expression pedal with a passive 10K ohm mono linear taper pot, using a standard 1/4 inch mono instrument cable Power Adapter: included Line 6 PX-2 only (Specs: 9V, 2000mA, center tip positive, 2.5mm diameter). No battery power option available Product Dimensions: 10.5" (L) x 7" (W) x 3" (H) Weight: 2.3 lbs Q: How many total effects are there in the M9?A: With the latest 2.01 Firmware update, there are 109 total effects available on the M9. Q: How many of each type of effect is there on the M9? A: Distortions/Comps/EQ/Volume: 30 Modulations: 22 Filter/Pitch: 26 Delays: 19 Reverbs: 12 Q: How do I register my M9? A: You can register any Line 6 product to your account here: Registration. For more detailed registration help, please see the Product Registration F.A.Q. . Q: What is the warranty on the M9? A: Twelve months from the date of purchase. Any Authorized Line 6 Service Center you visit will need you to provide a copy of the purchase receipt to validate date for warranty processing. Please be sure to have those materials ready, should you need to get your unit serviced under warranty. Troubleshooting & Service Q: How do I perform a Factory Reset on the M9? A: You can perform a factory reset by entering the Setup screen (press both B1 and B2 at once) and navigating to the Screen with the MIDI, GATE, Display header and turning the Model Select knob until the corresponding parameter displays RST FACT? You can then press down on the TAP footswitch then the Model Select Knob together twice to reset the unit. You can also re-install the flash memory to return the M9 to factory settings. Q: What is a "Scene"? A: A "scene" is a pedal board arrangement on your Line 6 M9 Stompbox Modeler with 6 available effects, up to 3 at once. Q: How many scenes are there and how do I access them? A: With the 2.01 update, you can create and save up to 6 different scenes in one Scene Folder. With 4 Scene Folders, you get 24 total scenes on the M9! Press 3A and the TAP button at the same time to access the scenes and turn the MODEL SELECT knob to access the additional folders. Q: Can I backup my scenes to my computer?A: You can backup your scenes via MIDI. Check out the M9/M13 Scene Backup document. Q: Which expression pedals can I use with the M9? A: We recommend using the Line 6 EX-1 expression pedal. You can also use any other expression pedal containing a 10k Ohm Potentiometer. Expression pedals allow you to change stompbox controls using your feet so you can adjust the sound while you play. On the fly, you can modify the delay time and feedback, speed of your tremolo, or sweep the pitch on the Pitch Bender effect. Connect an expression pedal to your M5 Stompbox modeler. Start with the pedal in the toe position. Once you have your effect parameters settings as desired rock the expression pedal to its heel position. Now set your parameters to your desired settings. As you move your expression pedal from heel to toe, you'll see all of the adjusted parameters move between these settings. All parameters affected by an expression pedal will show a pixel notch at the top indicating a parameter's setting for the toe position of the pedal. You'll also see a notch at the bottom that indicates a parameter's settingwith the expression pedal in the heel position. Additionally, if you don't want a parameter adjusted by the expression pedal, set the parameter's knob to where you want it with the heel down, then do the same with the heel up.
  8. Line6Will

    The Helix Looper

    The Looper How do I find the Looper? Most factory presets already have a Looper block, ready to go. If your preset doesn't, or you cleared all the blocks, Looper blocks can be selected from the very bottom of the Model List, below the Send/Return category. How much looping time do I get? For mono looping, Helix gives you up to 120 seconds 1/2-speed or 60 seconds full speed. There’s also a new stereo looper, which gives you 60 seconds 1/2-speed or 30 seconds full speed. Why does the Looper stop when I switch presets? Helix's looper can maintain playback and recording across presets as long as the target preset: Has the same type of looper block (mono or stereo) Has the looper block on the same path (1 or 2) Has the looper block assigned to a footswitch Otherwise, loop recording/playback will stop. Basic Looper Usage Helix can add one mono or stereo Looper block per preset. The Looper can exist anywhere on either Path 1 or Path 2. See Looper Footswitch Mode for information on using the Looper. Using a Dual signal path: Keep in mind that the looper is only available for one signal path at a time. So if you're using a second signal path, you will noticed a significant drop in volume, since the looper is only on one path. Looper Settings Knob Parameter Description 1 Playback: Adjusts looper playback level. You may find it useful to turn this down a bit so your live guitar can be slightly louder. 2 Overdub:Sets the level of your loop while overdubbing. For example, if your Overdub Level is set to 90%, each time your loop repeats, its volume will be reduced by 10%, sounding quieter and quieter with each overdub pass. 3 Low Cut and Low Cut: Filters a portion of the loop's bass and/or treble frequencies, which can improve the mix with your live guitar. For more information check out the manual here.
  9. Line6Will

    HELIX Support FAQ

    Will there be an iOS or Android editor? ​Probably not, Helix's presets are extremely large, and syncing 1024 tones would take forever. As Helix is more at home in larger studios and on larger tours, it makes sense to support Mac/PC editing. Can I reamp? Yes, You can reamp two instruments simultaneously. You can even choose which two physical inputs will be sent dry to your DAW. Does Helix have delay or reverb spillover? Delays, Reverbs and FX Loops have bypass trails, where they'll continue to ring out after being bypassed (if desired). But this currently no delay or reverb spillover when changing presets. Why isn't there a metal protection bar for the knobs? Helix's top panel is carved from a solid block of aluminum (like a Macbook Pro you can stomp on) and its side panels and treadle are solid aluminum as well. There's no metal protection bar because our 210 pound lead tester kicked the crap out of it and the metal knobs worked flawlessly. How do I get Helix's footswitch mapping to be like HD500X's? Stay in Preset footswitch mode. Then, the Global Settings > Footswitches menu, set: *Knob 2 (Preset mode Switches) to "Lower Row" *Knob 4 (Up/Down Switches) to "Banks" How do i customize a footswitch's label and LED color? There are two ways. *From the Footswitch Assign screen, as long as the current block is assigned to a footswitch, press Knob 6 (Customize) *From the Command Center screen, select Footswitch 1-6, 7-11, or Exp Toe and press Knob 6 (Customize) The Helix Modeling Engine Is this the same old HD engine? No, Helix utilizes an all new from the ground up advanced dual DSP processor architecture with HX models. Are ALL the models HX? Not quite. The reverbs and 8 our of 10 wahs are HD, but they've been enhanced and tweaked for inclusion in HX. The popular Line 6 custom amps Elektrik, Doom, and Epic are technically HD, but have been rebuilt inside the HX engine and many advantages of HX. All other amps, cabs, and effects have been modeled in HX from the ground up. I noticed some model names are the same as in the HD models packs. Are you sure they aren't HD? The all new models in the HD model packs came from the original Helix modeling sessions (except for the Pete Anderson Custom which is based on POD 2.0!), but they’ve been stripped down somewhat to run on the HD architecture. Where are the deep cab parameters? Instead of reso, thump, etc., Helix has mic distance, Low Cut, and High Cut. Model list/DSP Allocation Will the I see the DSP LIMIT REACHED message like in HD500X? Why are some items in the model list grayed out? Even though Helix has 2.3 times the DSP power of HD500X, and we have more efficient code optimization, HX models are notably more sophisticated than HD. In practice, you should get about 50% more blocks than HD500X and 60% more than HD500. However, the message popping up and telling you you've run out of DSP is gone. Instead, Helix intelligently grays out and skips over any models that can't be accommodated. How can I move a block from Path 1 to 2 (or vice versa) Currently, Helix cannot move blocks between paths. You can, however, copy and paste blocks from one path to the other (even in a different preset) How do I create parallel paths? 1. Highlight a block you want to move to a parallel path a press ACTION to "pick it up" 2. Move the joystick down to move the block to the parallel path. Troubleshooting I hear some distortion/clipping from my headphone out. Why? Helix's headphone out is designed to drive even high impedance studio headphones. If you use low impedance headphones, you may hear a bit of distortion when cranked all thew way. This is normal. Why is the AUX IN volume different from the guitar in? Helix's AUX IN has a 10k Ohm impedance, and is meant to accommodate guitars or basses with louder active pickups or line-level mono synths. My SPDF output is low The SPDF output is a copy of the internal levels. The master will not affect the output volume. If you are experiencing a quiet output with SPDF, you can add volume somewhere in the patch. Add channel volume on the amp model, or even output gain on a some dynamics. Remember that a lot of patches have lower db due to compression and EQ. Mystery Train has a lot of low end cut out of the patch that would lower the total db, but still keep the perceived volume around the same as something with higher db and more low end. Helix Rack and Control What's the difference between Helix and Helix Rack? Along with the Helix Control Remote, Helix Rack's workflow and feature set is virtually identical to that of Helix. Plus you get duplicate expression pedal jacks, a 1/4" analog bypass (buffered) output, AES/EBU in and Wordclock in with terminator switch. Presets can be freely shared across both units with no file conversion required. Is Helix Control powered from Helix Rack? Why is there a DC IN jack? Yes, Helix Control is powered from Helix Rack. if you leave its power switch on, turning Helix Rack on and off will also affect Helix Control. The DC IN is for very long cable lengths (TBD, but probably over 100 feet) and for possible future use. Helix Control does not ship with a DC-3G, as it's not necessary. Why does Helix control have a USB connector? For potential future use. Helix's Control firmware is updatable, but only while connected to the Helix Rack. which would be connected via USB to a Mac or PC. Do not connect Helix Control's local USB jack to a Mac/Pc, at last for now. Why is Helix Rack 3 spaces? Couldn't you have crammed it into 2 spaces? No, but we tried. The color screen is far too large and there are too many ins and outs to fit into 2RU. What kind of expression pedal do I use with my Helix? You can use either the Line 6 EX-1 or the Mission Engineering EP1-L6. Helix LT What am I not getting with the Helix LT? First, remember that the Helix modeling engine is exactly the same as the rack and main floor unit. All units in the Helix family will sound the same, and you will be able to transfer patches between them all. The biggest thing missing is the scribble strips and a must leaner I/O. Click here to check out all its specs. Is the on pedal screen the same? Yup, completely identical. Weights and Measurements Rack: 19 x 5.05 x 8.80 inches, 11.9 lbs Control: 17.09 x 9.46 x 2.58 inches, 7.3 lbs Floor: 22.05 x 11.85 x 3.58 inches, 14.7 lbs LT: 20.87 x 11.93 x 3.66 inches, 12.5 lbs
  10. Hi Guys, This is my first time at the forum. I am not an expert, but I used Line 6 for a year with no problem. Turned it on and it worked. We are now using two headsets, and the transmitters are next to each other. We're next to each other too. We use it for livestreaming. Two of the last three times, we had problems with the sound. People said it was cutting out. Is there some obvious thing we should be doing? We just turn them on and hope they get themselves set up. (Neither of us is technologically astute.) Tonight we had to stopped using them and go to a different microphone, and that's a problem for our show. I will call for support Monday, but I'm hoping to get an answer over the weekend if someone can help us. Thank you.
  11. THANKS, for your interest . . ( Replies, Welcome !! ) I assure you of personal experience (music production), that the following info will provide you with a satisfying result; based on the Marshall 1959/ 1987 amplifiers. That said, I have ultimately gained the sound-knowledge of these musical machines; whether such be 6L6, or EL34-based TONES. Otherwise, for practical reasons I choose to record through the orig. Line 6 Pod HD Pro modeler, as well . . Example : I have created a personal program patch which, has an uncanny sonic-resemblance to those particular EL34-loaded amps. An alternative speaker cabinet *(1x12) was substituted for the typical, matching 4 x12 (due to overall, sweeter tonality). Provided below, are the exact settings I employ for recording purposes : Vintage, Marshall-Style Amplifier 1.) Distortion/ Tube Drive : 84%, Bass 51%, Mid 2%, Treble 41%, Output 75% 2.) Dynamics/ Blue Comp : Sustain 14%, Level 98% 3.) Dynamics/ Boost Comp : Drive 70%, Bass 50%, Comp 5%, Treble 40%, Output 53% 4.) Brit P-75 : *112 BF Deluxe, 421 Dynamic 5.) Volume A : -3.0 dB, Pan A/ L 96% 6.) Volume B : +1.0 dB, Pan B/ R 91% 7.) Studio EQ : Low Freq. 700 Hz, Low Gain -1, High Freq 200 Hz, High Gain -1.1, Gain -0.4 8.) Reverb : '63 Spring, Decay 19%, P. Delay 21 Ms, Tone 27%, Mix 84%, 9.) FX Loop : Send -25.0, Return +14.0, Mix 92%.
  12. Any ideas? Or any rumours? I am hoping for the helix watch. Wireless, Uber light, with a sleek, sexy, Rolex appeal. What say you peeps?
  13. Wingerak


    I use a Helix floor and recently bought a Powercab plus for gigging. I like it, however, in my home setup, I use a pair of Yamaha HS8's and have usually built 'thick' guitar patches where I will pan one path hard right and the other hard left and add a 45ms delay on one and perhaps add two diff cabs (one with more bottom and one with more top) to each path. Another trick I sometimes do is add a slight pitch shift on the paths...say +6 cents on one path and -6 cents on the other. All in an effort to thicken that sound. This as I am sure you can appreciate, doesn't translate to one PC+. For the single PC+ I have rebuilt these patches by just using one path and panning it centre. Sounds great, but just not 'full' like I am used to. Not many people talk about using PC+ as a pair and not sure if this is the right way to go (including if playing live) as so many 'experts' online frown at a stereo guitar rig (although, what I described isn't stereo in the traditional sense with ping pong effects and drastic differences between left and right channel, just some tricks to fatten the sound. Any input you have on this would be soooooooo appreciated re: going PC+ times 2!!!
  14. POD UX2 Have posted this into Ticket Support, But also chose to post here In case anyone is able to help. Before going into my initial problem this the POD UX2 has been running without any problems on a previous computer. I wanted the POD UX2 program on second PC Namely Windows 8.1 so I am able to practice anywhere I wish to. Before any installation I did check out Line 6 Forum if I could run this on a second computer before I I read that it was possible that there was also no need to purchase a second license just run through the License manager which I have done and have ended up with the following problems. I had attempted to find a solution to the problems listed below, All all my searching or ideas tried gave no joy in any solution I have now decided to post this problem here. Line 6 Monkey Allows me to log into my line 6 account without any problems, which means there is an internet connection. So why is there a notice there stating “Could not connect to the Line 6 Server to determine if updates are available. Make sure you are connected to the Internet and click Check for updates” Really stupid considering the fact it recognises I have signed in. Now here is a list of all work arounds that have been tried None of which have solved nothing. 1. Disconnected firewall and Antivirus. NO JOY 2. Restarted PC after removing Program. Reinstalled Pod Farm 2 2.59 from the Line 6 Website again no Joy 3. Uninstalled the new version of Line 6 Monkey 1.76 then installed Line 6 Monkey 1.65 NO JOY 4. Uninstalled drivers then reinstalled drivers. NO JOY On starting Line 6 Monkey I encounter the following problems. Line 6 Monkey is started / Searching for devices / It then displays Line 6 Monkey, No devices are detected. The drop down section only has PODxt of which I do not have a PODxt. There is nothing else in that field because obviously Line 6 Monkey cannot see the UX2 which is connected all lights lit up Click OK then into main screen click on updates. Message states could not make a connection to the line 6 web server Make sure you are connected to the internet. As already mentioned I am connected to the internet Reason (Code 80001019) Unrecognised file type. Click License manager and it authorizes. However, each time I close The UX2 and then restart I am asked to run the license manager which is all fair and good however what if I want to use this unit off line or didn’t have an internet connection. Somebody I am sure has sorted this problem but what is the Solution? I am sure Line 6 are not going to make updates for Line 6 Monkey knowing it has problems to which I am sure they would have solved well before now. So somewhere It has to be my system or something I am doing wrong, what that is I have no clue because I have followed everything about as closely as I could and had I know I was going to run into this problem I would not have bothered but there it is. So hopefully I might get some help in solving this problem, I certainly do not want to be putting in the license number every five minutes.
  15. Device Positioning for Updating XD-V7x Transmitters and Receivers Updating the TBP12 Transmitter (Relay G50, G90, XD-V55L, XD-V70L, XD-V75L) Updating the TBP06 Transmitter (Relay G30, XD-V30L, XD-V35L)
  16. BloodShot13

    Please help

    I've got a Line 6 Spider V 240HC with the matching 412 cab, and an FBV Express MKII foot controller. Im trying to figure out how to save certain amps to certain Letter Pedals. Like save cowboys from hell to a (or whichever) and save something clean, like acoustic rhythm, to another letter pedal, like b (or whichever) to where when im playing a show, i dont have to go back to my amp and switch from heavy to clean, especially when its quick changes in songs that cant be dragged out. Help is very much appreciated.
  17. Does anyone know how to determine the date of manufacture with Line 6 DL4's? I have two that I'm looking to find out about.
  18. I recently downloaded Line 6 Monkey off of the website and have went to install it however when I got to the page allowing me to check for updates it says it cannot connect to the internet even though I have and there are other tabs open on my laptop that are working just fine with the internet connection, I've tried disconnecting and reconnecting but it still says there's a problem and I have no active anti-virus' or anything that may obstruct it so i'm really stuck on what to do here?? :(
  19. MarkJarvis

    Recorded live with Helix and Variax!

    Hi Everyone..been awhile since I posted ...here is SuMo (supermassivemomentum) newest live session. Recorded live over the internet from remote locations, Mastered at 96k. Experimental progressive improvisation, lots of guitar and bass craziness..heavy, grooving.. I use HELIX (2.54) and Variax.....powerful ! have a listen! Comments welcome https://hearthis.at/joejeffries/sumo-2018-5-11/
  20. Hey everyone. I currently use my HD500X in my studio for home use. I am going to jam with some friends and they have an extra Marshall Head and Cab there I can plug in so I was hoping I could use my HD500X so I can get the tones I want. I am not a Marshall fan and I don't feel like dragging my EVH, and Cabs over so I was wondering if I can use his Marshall head as a preamp and just run my settings which is amp and cab simulation to get the tone I like ? Is this possible ? What do I need to do in order to get this to work ?
  21. JayDuce

    Pod X3 Footswitch

    Yo ! I recently bought Pod X3, the red bean version and I've been wondering if I can attach ANY footswitch or do I have to use Line 6 FBV ? Thanks from advance :3
  22. Hi, I've been searching everywhere but I can't seem to find an answer for this problem that I'm having, I really hope someone can shed some light on this. I've been having some trouble with my UX2, I should preface this by saying everything's working properly outside of the fact, input levels are normal, it's reading a normal output level, etc. So, my problem is that when I plug my headphones into the headphone jack (through adapters, yes) fully, the sound is so quiet and only really comes through the left speaker. When I plug in the headphones about 3/4 of the way in, they work perfectly fine like they used to. I suppose I could just record like this, but I'm worried that this may not be accurate sound, and I'd just like the sanctity of mind to know that I'm hearing accurate playback. Can someone please fill me in on what's going on, if this is a hardware issue, a jack issue, if this is a huge problem or not. Thank you.
  23. My 10 year old POD XT LIVE died ... I played a gig with it one day and it was dead the next. Here is a video I made when I discovered what was wrong with it.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SN1Kr1XS6k
  24. botard89

    Spider III 15 W

    Hey everyone, not sure if this is the right place for this but I'm in need of some help desperately and was hoping someone could give me an idea or two. I got a used Spider III 15 W amp today. It was advertised as needing repair or having a problem. When you turn the amp on you hear nada. The only time you hear anything is on the metal channel and it is an extremely faint noise. I have tried both the channel volume and the master volume trying to turn them about half way and ended up maxing them both out with no change at all. The speaker doesn't crackle or give any signs of a busted speaker. I did take a look at the speaker and board and physically nothing looks off. Anyone ever have any problems like this with any amp, including this one? I hope I can get it to working. Thanks. Any additional info I can add later. Wanted to update on what else has gone on. I tried to swap out the speakers thinking maybe the speaker had blown but that is not the case. I have been informed elsewhere that it is likely a circuit board problem so was wondering if anyone could point in the right direction. At this point I'm likely going to go seek someones help at a store or just leave it alone. Sucks to have just got an amp today that I can't even use
  25. Support video tutorials expanding on what is covered in the two KB Documents: How to Update the XD-V7x via USB & Device Positioning for Updating XD-V7x Transmitters and Receivers 1. Updating the XD-V75 Receiver (View this video FIRST before the following target device video!) 2. Updating the XD-V70 Receiver (all other Line 6 receivers with 1/4" to 1/4" stereo/TRS connections can use this example)