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      Welcome to the Line 6 forums!

      Hello, Line 6ers. We are pleased to announce the latest incarnation of our community support forums. Feel free to explore and post threads. Our forums are here so that our community members will continue to help one another, partake in respectful, thought-provoking debates and conversations, and forge great relationships.   Line 6 has appointed the Line 6 Experts to moderate the forums, but occasionally, Line 6 staff will post to certain threads. As these are community support forums, please remember that your post is not a direct message to Line 6. If you need to contact our technical staff, please do so at www.Line6.com/support. Also, please submit your product ideas at www.line6.ideascale.com so the community can vote up the best ideas.
      For those who've used our previous forum system, please note that the old forums are archived in a read-only state at http://line6.com/supportarchivenew/ There's still a lot of useful information there.   We'd like to remind everyone that by using our forums, you are agreeing to our Terms of Use, found at http://line6.com/termsofuse.html. Please remember to treat everyone with respect, and expect the same from your fellow community members. We're looking forward to your continued contributions to our community.       Line 6 Customer Support
    • Line6Tony

      What tones do you want Line 6 to build?

      Folks,   Here is where to go to let Line 6 know what tones you are interested in seeing built: http://line6.ideascale.com/a/ideafactory.do?mode=top&discussionFilter=byids&discussionID=47764. We will use your feedback when creating how-to videos and setting presets on our products.   One tone per submission so others can vote on it, please. We encourage you all to submit as many tones as you want, but it doesn't work when you lump them all into one submission. Thanks!       Line 6 Customer Support
    • Line6Tony

      Templates and tones from L6 Tone Made Easy classes

      Tone Made Easy is a series of classes presented by Line 6 that teaches the fundamentals of how to create great guitar tone using basic techniques and equipment knowledge.   For content that you can reference to learn how to become a better sounding guitar player, including the templates that re-create some of your favorite guitarist's tones, go to http://line6.com/tone-templates/.   To learn more about Tone Made Easy and other events, go to http://line6.com/events/.
    • Line6Tony

      "Why is Line 6 not responding???"   10/29/2015

      Friends of Line 6,   We notice that many times, customers ask on our forums "Why is Line 6 not responding???"   Please understand that our forums exist so that our community members can help one another and talk to each other. Our very knowledgeable Line 6 Experts monitor and moderate our forums, and have direct lines to Line 6 staff to report trouble or get useful information, but they are not paid employees of Line 6. Line 6 staff is generally aware of the most sensitive and/or active forum threads, and occasionally will post to certain threads. However, our forum is not the appropriate place to ask Line 6 for a response to your questions. Additionally, sending a private message to a Line 6 staff member does not guarantee a response.   Remember, if you need to contact our technical staff, we welcome you to do so at www.Line6.com/support. Here you can either create a support ticket or call our US or EU staffs.   Also, "Why is Line 6 not responding???" can mean "Why is Line 6 not fixing {insert issue}???" Again, Line 6 staff is generally aware of the most sensitive and/or active forum threads and issues. Please know that once we are aware of a given issue, we have to capture enough data to reproduce and understand the issue, create the resolution for the problem, test it, and make sure that nothing else is broken in the process. Unfortunately, the process takes weeks and sometimes even months, depending on the complexity of the issue, cooperation of other companies, and a variety of other factors. We appreciate your patience during those times, and we'll do even better at providing meaningful communications periodically.   In the end, we, your fellow musicians, truly want to resolve any such issues as quickly as possible so you can get back to making music with your Line 6 gear. We thank you for your patronage and your understanding.       Best Regards,   Line 6
    • Line6Tony

      Warning about downloaded tones, patches and presets   01/11/2016

      Please be aware that downloaded tones, patches and presets that were created by other users have the potential to be corrupted and not work correctly on the target device. Firewall/Antivirus/Internet security applications, Internet/video accelerators and proxy servers, among other things, can be causes of trouble with downloaded files.   If your device freezes, a rule of thumb is to back up your custom patches, reset the unit to its factory state, ensure the unit does not freeze while in this state, then load your patches one by one, testing after each load to determine which patch is faulty.   Otherwise, please contact our Customer Support team at www.Line6.com/support/tickets. Please be prepared to supply your backup file so that we can investigate your case further.

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  1. Hello to everybody, I’m thinking about buying the M20D(maybe used if I get a super deal), and switch my band setup from analog to digital, mainly for ease of setup, our situation is pretty typical (drum bass guitars voice and a few sequence), so we will be using always the same scene, with small adjustments regarding the venue or a few guests. I already checked how this mixer works and I think it can do everything we need in a nice package, but I’m here to ask for help, since I tried it once and it was super cool, but it isn't mine so I cannot check every feature, so please I will be glad if any expert user could tell me if I’m gettin’ it right or not. For live use I will need a complete channel strip for the Singer, so eq-compressor-deesser-(enhancer)-reverb, independent from other channels. For drums, eq for all channels and compressor for overhead kick and maybe snare. For guitars and bass, eq. For main out, limiter and eq. Can I do everything with integrated efx in the M20D without linking external units? For Home studio use, I understand it can do as an USB audio interface for windows 10 machines, so I can sell my focusrite Scarlett and Motu 8pre and link the Line6 with Cubase with the same functionality, right? Or I can use it only to record live performance on SD or usb cards? We are afraid to loose a little bit of quality since now we are using an Allen Heat Zed22fx which is a great analog mixer, but I’m confident that with an integrated digital mixer I can balance things much more precisely. Please feel free to comment, you will help me join the community of Line6users.
  2. Hello everyone. I need help with how to wire my newly purchased Line 6 Helix and all my other gear. I am somewhat new to setting up all these effects, cables, noisegates and whatnot.. I need a specific step by step way to connect following: Guitar, Line 6 Helix, Mesa Boogie Gridslammer (Overdrive pedal to tighten it up), Ernie Ball Volume pedal, Ibanez Weeping Demon (Wah pedal) , ISP Decimator Pro Rack G (Rack mounted noise gate with 2 channels - This is the one I am having issue with connecting properly), DBX 266 XL (Rackmounted compressor) and last but not least my Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier.... Which goes where? What goes in the loop? What does not? I could really use someone who knows his gear to help me with this cable nightmare. Thank you very much -Zilver90
  3. Solo Artist L3t can provide portable amplification for singer-songwriters, complete with EQ, reverb and modulation for each channel. Connect your acoustic guitar to the side panel Channel 1, which features Acoustic Modeling. Connect your microphone to the side panel Channel 2. Connect a portable media player, CD player, or DJ mixer to the rear panel Aux L/R inputs for backing accompaniment or intermission music. Small Club Duet L6 LINK provides an easy way for two artists—each with an L3t—to blend their signals together without the need for an external mixer. Connect the guitars to each speaker’s Channel 1, which features Acoustic Modeling. Connect the microphones to Channel 2. When two L3t speakers are connected together as an L6 LINK loop, (L6 LINK In of each speaker connected to the L6 LINK Out of the other), this stereo system can take advantage of both side mixer panels combined. All of the left and mono signals from both speakers’ inputs will play from the speaker labeled “L”, and all of the right and mono signals will play from the speaker labeled “r”. In this configuration example, two guitars and two microphones, and even two MP3 players could be used simultaneously. Small PA with Subs When using a traditional mixer with one or more L3s subs and non-Line 6 full-range speakers, connect to the subs’ inputs first. Connect the same channel’s output from each sub to the rear panel line input of each full-range speaker. Small PA with Subs When using a traditional mixer with one or more L3t/L3m towers and one or more L3s subs connected via L6 LINK, connect both the Main Left and Main Right outputs of the mixer to one L3s’s Left and Right inputs. Connect the L3s’s L6 LINK Out/Thru to an L3t or L3m you wish to designate as left. Continue daisy-chaining speakers via L6 LINK. L3 subs and towers will automatically configure themselves as left, right, or mono (left + right), according to the table available at the link below: In the illustration above, the first sub and first tower are designated left. As there are only two subs and two towers, the other L3t/L3m and L3s are automatically designated right. The floor monitor is connected via traditional means from the mixer’s monitor output. Large PA with Subs When using a traditional mixer with one or more L3t/L3m towers and one or more L3s subs connected via L6 LINK, connect both the Main Left and Main Right outputs of the mixer to one L3s’s Left and Right inputs. Continue daisy-chaining speakers via L6 LINK. Any L3 subs and towers will automatically configure themselves as left, right, or mono (left + right), according to the table available at the link below: In the illustration above, the three floor monitors exist on a separate L6 LINK network, and as they’re turned on their sides, will automatically sum the left and right channels of any signals received (“b” for both). StageScape M20d—Small PA Connect the L6 LINK out from a StageScape M20d mixer to the rear panel L6 LINK In on any speaker in the network. Any L3t/L3m towers and L3s subs on an L6 LINK network are numbered independently. In the illustration above, the two L3s subs (labeled SUB 1 and 2) will, by default, play left and right, respectively. The two upright L3t/L3m towers (numbered 1 and 3) will, by default, play left and right, respectively. L3t/L3m number 2, because it’s laid on its side, will automatically play discrete monitor feed A. Any speaker on the network can have its channel assignment changed from the M20d’s touch screen interface. StageScape M20d—Large PA In the illustration above, four L3s subs (labeled SUB 1-4) and seven L3t/L3m speakers (independently numbered 1-7) are daisy-chained from an M20d mixer. The subs and upright towers automatically configure themselves to be a powerful stereo mains system. L3t/L3m speakers on their side (numbers 3, 4, and 5) automatically configure themselves as stage monitors, and play monitor feed A, B, and C respectively. You can also reassign any speaker from the M20d touchscreen.
  4. Deutsch Français See attached document for StageScape M20d specifications. Inputs/Outputs 12 high-performance, digitally controlled, auto-sensing mic/line inputs 4 additional auto-sensing line inputs 2 digital streaming inputs direct from computer, USB drive or SD card Stereo line input for integrating MP3 players or other sound sources 4 auto-sensing monitor outputs on balanced XLR connectors 2 auto-sensing main outputs on balanced XLR connectors L6 LINK multi-channel digital networking for integrating L6 LINK-enabled speaker systems Control and Recording Touchscreen visual mixing environment Remote control capability via one or more iPad 2 or better devices* Wi-Fi host capability via USB Wi-Fi adapter Multi-channel recording to computer, USB drive or SD card Quick-capture recording to internal memory for sound check Processing Internal 32-bit floating point audio processing0 Massive DSP power provides parametric EQs, dynamic EQs, compressors, multi-band compressors, gates, delays, limiters and more. Multi-band feedback suppression on every mic input. 4 stereo master effects engines including reverbs, delays and vocal doubler. Virtually unlimited I/O Setups, Scenes and Channel Preset memories. Back up Setups, Scenes, Presets and more directly to USB stick. *iPad and Mac are trademarks of Apple Inc. registered in the U.S. and other countries. Line6 M20d Specifications.pdf StageScape M20d: Eigenschaften: Angehangen befindet sich zusätzlich ein Dokument über die technischen Daten des M20d. (in Englisch) Eingänge/Ausgänge: 12 digital gesteuerte Hochleistungsmikrofon-, lineeingänge mit automatischer Erkennung. 4 zusätzliche symmetrische Line Eingänge mit automatischer Erkennung. 2 digitale Streaming-Eingänge für den Computer, USB Stick oder die SD Karte. 1 Stereo Line Eingang für integrierten MP3 Player oder andere Tonquellen. 4 Monitor Ausgänge auf symmetrischen XLR Anschlüssen mit automatischer Erkennung. 2 Main Outs auf symmetrischen XLR Anschlüssen mit automatischer Erkennung. L6 LINK digitales Mehrkanalnetzwerk für integrierte L6 LINK-fähige Lautsprechersysteme. Steuerung und Aufnahme: Visuelles Mischen per Touchscreen. Fernsteuerbar durch ein oder mehrere iPad2 (oder besser) WiFi über WiFi USB Adapter. Mehrkanalaufnahme auf den Computer, die USB Festplatte oder eine SD Karte. QuickCapture Aufnahme auf internen Speicher für Soundchecks. Verarbeitung: Internet 32bit Gleitkomma-Audiobearbeitung. Massive digitale Signalverarbeitung versorgt parametrische EQs, dynamische EQs, Kompressoren, Multiband-Kompressoren, Gates, Delays, Limiter und mehr. Multiband Rückkopplungsunterdrückung auf jedem Mikrofoneingang. 4 "Stereo Master Effect Engines" inklusive Reverbs, Delays und Vocal Doubler. Virtuell unbegrenzt viele I/O Setups, Szenen und Kanal Presets. Absicherung von Setups, Szenen, Presets und mehr direkt auf den USB Stick. *iPad und Mac sind Marken von Apple Inc., registriert in den Vereinigten Staaten und anderen Ländern. Line6 M20d Specifications.pdf Spécifications StageScape M20d Entrées/Sorties: 12 entrées mic/line d'haute performance, contrôlés digitalement avec détection automatique. 4 entrées line symétriques avec détection automatique. 2 entrées pour streaming digitalement du ordinateur, clé USB ou carte SD. 1 entrée stéréo line pour intégrer un lecteur MP3 ou une autre source audio. 4 sorties "Monitor" sur connecteurs symétriques XLR avec détection automatique. 2 sorties "Main Outs" sur connecteurs symétriques XLR avec détection automatique. L6 LINK réseau numérique multicanal pour intégration des haut-parleurs L6 LINK activé. Contrôle et enregistrement: Écran tactile: Environnement de mixage visuel. support pour controle à distance par un ou plusieurs iPad2 (ou mieux) Capacité WiFi via adaptateur WiFi USB. Enregistrement multicanal sur ordinateur, clé USB ou carte SD. Enregistrement de façon Quick-capture à la mémoire interne pour des tests de son. Traitement: Traitement audio interne de façon 32 bit virgule flottante. Puissance massive DSP fournie les égalisateurs paramétriques, les EQs dynamiques, les compresseurs, les compresseurs multibandes, les délais, les gates, les limiteurs et plus. Suppression feedback multibande sur chaque entrée de microphone. 4 "stereo master effects engines" y compris le Reverb, Delay et le Vocal Doubler. I/O Setups, Scenes et Channel Presets virtuellement illimités. Sauvegardez Setups, Scenes, Presets et plus directement sur une clé USB. *iPad et Mac sont des marques d'Apple Inc. Registrés dans les États-Unis et autres pays. Line6 M20d Specifications.pdf
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