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Using Logic Pro X as a level meter?If I run the helix into an audio track in Logic Pro X and use a level meter would this be a good way to at least get presets to be close to each other? I have the audio track blank so there isn't any processing going on. If this is a decent way to meter, what dB do you think would be good to aim for?
basic HELIX tools - ideas etc.Hello Everyone New to Helix, so far so good with the sounds slowly exploring Meanwhile, here are some small observations/comments about some basic tools to make Helix more useable. If it's been covered in another thread, apologies. 1. level VU/meter ================== There is no way to get a visual check would to â€œseeâ€ if any signal is getting through at different points (e.g. maybe the lead is not working? maybe there is a patch setting in a FX which has a level switched to 0 etc.]. In live situations you need to check levels *before* you make a noise, not during the singerâ€™s introduction/pastorâ€™s sermon etc.. We cannot do stuff on the fly unless we mute our amps and put on headphones. Impractical. We cannot "see" the amount of compression attentuation etc.. we have chosen idea: level meters at different stages of the chain 2. tuner ================== My Petersen strobo-tuner is *very* accurate, especially so for difficult and double stringed instruments which need high-level resolution. The Helix easily has the DSP resources to achieve this degree of accuracy but the current tuner is pretty basic and I never can be sure it is reading back true. idea: why not implement at least Â±0.1c and also give some better visual feedback? 3. Mono button ================== We cannot check for phase issues and test the â€œstereoâ€ imaging idea: a MONO button on the output stage 4. Metronome ================== I am playing free-time, it'd be nice to TAP the tempo and get a click idea: a metronome so we can play along Thanks All :lu