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  1. How to control and change Helix presets to sync with lyrics/songsheets on iPad by using OnSong. My Need: I wanted my guitar and vocal effects preset on the Helix to change depending on the song currently displayed on my iPad. So, Song 1 on my iPad would have a preset attached to it and when I flipped to Song 2 on my iPad, the preset would change on my Helix automatically. My Setup: I have an iPad with the OnSong app, Helix Floor and a iRig BlueTurn bluetooth page flipper pedal I have my iPad directly connected to the Helix via USB (and usb to lightning adapter). The only thing you need to make sure of is that, in the OnSong Settings, you have MIDI enabled. On the Helix make note of the MIDI Channel your Helix is assigned to (this can be assigned to any number) and that your Helix is sending MIDI through USB in the Global Settings panel The Solution: HELIX SETUP: 1. Go to your Preset List page (push down on Preset knob) and select the preset you want to sync to OnSong 2. Take note of the MIDI info. There should be 3 groups of numbers. For my example, Semi-Charmed Life's group of numbers read CC32: 003 | PC: 045 | CC69: 000 3. CC32 is the Control Channel number. 003 is the bank or folder in that Control Channel (which is labeled 4 FD in my Preset List). 4. PC: 045 is the Program change number, or in my case, the song Preset number. 5. Basically, those numbers mean that Semi-Charmed Life is located in Control Channel 32 in Folder 3 as preset 45. 6. All of these settings are distributed through MIDI Channel 5; which was established earlier in the My Setup section. **TAKE NOTE of the above parameters as you will be referencing those in the MIDI setup in OnSong** ONSONG SETUP: 1. Go to the song you want to sync in your Onsong app. For Reference, mine is Semi-Charmed Life 2. Press and hold on the Title of the song until the MIDI panel pops up 3. Add a MIDI command by clicking on the + icon in the bottom right of the popup 4. Hit the + icon and under TYPE, select Program. Under CHANNEL, select 5. Under the PROGRAM section below, select the preset number (which is 45 in my example). In the Bank section, we will leave Bank MSB alone and just change the Bank LSB to 3 (which is the bank/folder number my preset is located in Click DONE. Set up those parameters for a couple songs and flip through your songs on your OnSong App. The corresponding Helix preset should change along with it. Once you get the hang of the settings, adding multiple songs becomes quite effortless. THAT'S IT!
  2. Hi, not quite sure where to put this, however, I though it was worth sharing. I am close to finishing a DIY controller for my HX stomp based on an Arduino nano. Building it is easy with some drilling and soldering skills, changing Midi commands (and sequences) according to your preferences is easy. It cant do all the things a morningstar MC6 can do, but it comes with a 4-line Display and 6 switches, so it may look similar. All you need is a Hammond 1590xx enclosure, an Arduino Nano, an LCD display, a midi Jack, a DC power jack, 6 momentary switches, and a few resistors. It's actually so simple, I am thinking of not even making a Circuit board for it. Overall costs will be around 50 €. I would provide the software for free, once it's done. If you would like to donate what it's worth for you, I would be thankful ;-) Here is a picture of two Banks that are already working: What it can do: Button Action: Single Press, Long Press Toggle Values of Blocks via Midi CC ("Toggle Solo Boost" in my example) Activate/Deactivate Blocks via Midi CC Change Presets (via Midi PC) Activate/deactivate the Tuner Change Snapshots Change the Footswitch Mode on the HX Stomp (Snapshot Mode, Preset Scroll mode, Preset mode, Stomp Mode) Downsides: No webinterface - to change midi, you will have to change the arduino code (it's actually easier than it sounds) No Midi in, so it's a one-way-street from the controller to the HX or Helix or whatever device you are using Anybody interested? And here is a preview of the enclosure (based on am Hammond 1590xx)
  3. In order to save my three footswitches for my three snapshots I am looking for a solution to access the stomp tuner. I want to avoid having to use additional foot switches. My "Forscore" App is able to send MIDI commands. Is there a way to access the HX Stomp tuner via MIDI? I could not find any clues in the manual.
  4. Basically there is a tempo issue on HEILX that it didn't receive the midi clock message from other musical devices thru midi in ports. But there are some clues. Basically there are 3 basic midi messages about midi clock. -"Song Start" (decimal 250, hex 0xFA) It is a midi message for allowing device to start receiving the midi clock message until receiving the "Song Stop" message. (Sync) -"Timing Clock" (decimal 248, hex 0xF8) As the "Song Start" message received, the musical device calculate the bpm thru receiving timing clock message 24times per 1/4 note. For example, if I send a 120 bpm, then HELIX receive the 96 Timing Clock messages on 2 seconds. So the helix recognize it as 120bpm if it worked normally (it didn't ;/) -"Song Stop" (decimal 252, hex 0xFC) If this messages sent to a device, the device starts to ignore the Timing Clock message until they receive the Song Start message again. (Not sync) The main problem of the HELIX is it didn't receive the TIMING CLOCK messages. If I modulate the mid source to only send a SongStart , SongStop, the magical thing happens. The tempo is maintained as I set already on (per preset or per snapshot, or Global) and it pick the perfect timing for starting point.(That is perfect!!) But the problem is that some Modulation models(which can change the rate setting fit on bpm ex) 1/4 1/8Dot...) and Filter models which also contain rate parameter, didn't even response on Song Start messages. So the method I use upper is a half soultion to use midi well. 1. Set the preset or snapshot bpm as you desire. 2. Send only Song Start message. 3. When you want to stop, send Song Stop message My Question is this: Is it possible to fix this midi tempo issue? Or is there any temporary solutions to use right now?
  5. Okay so I am using my helixfloor in combination with a Mesa Boogie TC-50. It is connected in a 4 cable method with midi to switch amp channels and turn my reverb on and off and some other stuff on the amp. I have the Helix setup in snapshot mode and each snapshot send there own midi parameters to the amp. This is working absolutely amazing for me. This way I can get the most out of my amp without having to use the switch it came with. But now when I upgrade to firmware version 3.11 I get major issues on the midi part. Instant switching of the amp channels does not work anymore there is a hugh delay in midi parameters been sending out from the helix ( I am talking up to 5sec and longer). The helix sends midi signals out faster when there is no sound from the guitar going in to the helix. This is a major issue for me because I need the switching to be instant as soon as I hit the switch I need to be playing. For example when I come from my lead channel and want my clean channel I dont want a distorted amp sound. I tried everything for example after update set everything to factory settings, change midi cc's to avoid known issues in the release note, making sure instant command waiting time is setup properly set up. I tried to rebuild all my patches. But the only fix for now is running on firmware 3.10 If anyone has any ideas it would be really welcome. Because I am afraid that if this issues stays in future firmware updates I can not update anymore
  6. Hi! I have a problem, I use the pod hd500x and an engl invader, I connect the midi in of the amplifier (configure omni engl) to the pod, I configure omni in the pod, and it changes the channel, that is, it communicates well, I can change the variax preset, the effects preset by fxloop, and the amp channel with its gains, noise gate, volume A / B, etc. my problem is that when I connect the guitar cable it makes a lot of noise, like fireworks, and it only disappears if I remove the midi, which prevents me from changing the channel of the engl, although if I use the FX loop, If I do without the 4-wire method, it happens to me that with the guitar's wireless it goes well, but as soon as I put a cable instead of wireless it puts noise again, until I disconnect the midi out of the pod .. I don't understand what happens What is different about the wireless cable? ... In the end in summary I can use the pod well as long as I use the z15 to change channels. But I want everything from one, that I have already seen that it is possible, but the noise prevents me. I have to find the one who communicates well via midi and voila Can you give me any suggestions? I change the omni of the pod for a specific channel? Any opinion or criticism is welcome.
  7. Greeting fellow Helix'ians, :D Sorry if this is a noob question but i'm completely confused :( I have an Engl PowerbaII II, Is it possible to use the Helix as a midi controller for my new cherished amp head or am I eternally doomed to purchase the overpriced z-9 controller from Engl and clutter my work space even more? I would love to use the Helix to control everything, or am I dreaming :( As far as I can tell the PBII has a 1/4 foot switch jack to control the various MIDI functions? Even just changing channels with the Helix would suffice for now. Is this below the answer I'm looking for? :wacko: http://www.voodoolab.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=640 Apologies again, I get a bit lost when it comes to MIDI connectivity.
  8. Hey folks, I have a Helix Floor and want to control it via Midi. When playing live, we use a Live Player for click and backings and this player can also send midi signals. I am already able to switch programs via the ProgramChange Midi-Command. But I want also want to "press" a footswitch via Midi, it should function the same way as I would have physically pressed the switch. I assigned two funtions on footswitch 2 (bypassing level block and changing the gain parameter on the amp sim). If I read the manual p. 47 correctly, I'd need to send CC50 64~127 to "press" the FSB2. I made sure I am in stomp mode (manually hitting the footswitch works), but when I send the CC it switches to preset 26B instead of "pressing" FSB2. Any idea what I do wrong? Thanks in advance, Frank
  9. https://flic.kr/s/aHsmTy4i5b HX STOMP Wireless MIDI Controller (Premium MIDI Layout for MIDI Designer PRO 2, IOS) Now available!! Version 1.5 Changes Log: 1 August, 2021: v 1.5 (Current) 10 January, 2021: v 1.4 21 March, 2019: v 1.3 17 March, 2019: Version 1.2 7 March, 2019: Version 1.1 6 March, 2019: Final version 1.0 3 March, 2019: Release Candidate 1 Free Updates for any costumer. 1 - Main View This covers all the HX Stomp MIDI implementation. An additional "Connections" button is included to quickly connect your MIDI over Bluetooth devices. 2 - Setlist View Select 8 presets in any order, and switch easily between them. Store automatically your setlists in 8 banks. 3 - Preset View Navigate over your entire preset catalog, while keeping the most relevant functionality at the same screen. 4 - Favs View Easy access to your favourite presets with 72 labeled, color coded blocks in ABC format. 5 - BlueBoard View Embedded support for the iRig BlueBoard (two of them simultaneously). Also compatible with any other configurable MIDI Device. Changes Log: Changes Log: 1 August 2021 - Updated to 1.5 Save and Mode buttons added (Requires Firmware 3.10 or later) Preset pickers on Setlist View now includes colorful highlights 10 January 2021 - Updated to 1.4 Improved design Reworked Favs screen BlueBoard screen added Extended visual Input: Now this Layout can receive CC69 (Snapshots), values [0,1,2] if you have configured your device to send such data in Command Center. The same is applied to CC1 and CC2 (EXP pedals). These changes must be saved per preset basis in your device. 21 March 2019 - Updated to v1.3 Reworked Favorites screen Blueboard Looper fixed Undo button changed to momentary Many minor graphic changes 17 March 2019 - Updated to v1.2 Bidirectional MIDI support Better overall design 7 March, 2019: Updated to 1.1 6 March, 2019: Final version 1.0 3 March, 2019: Release Candidate 1 V1.5 Cheat Sheets: 1- Main View 2 - Setlist View 3- Preset View 4- Favs View 5- BlueBoard View https://app.gumroad.com/ed_saxman
  10. Really loving the HX Stomp so far. I'm looking to use the footswitches to control switches inside Ableton, and would like to setup bilateral communication. Does anyone know if the HX Stomp can receive midi so that the footswitches will light up if say a track mute is engaged/disengaged in the program? On the Ableton side of things I would likely be setting this up using control surfaces or max for live but at the moment it looks like I can't just send midi notes to the HX Stomp and expect anything to happen. Control Centre doesn't seem to have midi input, which makes sense since this is a fairly niche use case.
  11. Hi I've connected my HX Effects to my HX Stomp and its working great. However, using the HX effects as the MIDI controller, I want to press a preset on the Effects and change the preset on the Stomp at the same time. What happens when I press the footswitch on the Effects is it changes the Stomp to a 'default' preset. If I press the switch again it changes it to the preset I have set as an 'instant' in the command center. It feels like I missing something obvious. I have turned off TX MIDI clock in the Effects global setting. Can anyone offer any advice? many Thanks
  12. Wireless MIDI Controllers for IOS - AUGUST 2021 UPDATES! https://line6.com/support/forum/96-promote-your-patches/ Based on the new MIDI implementation from Firmware 3.10 Includes SAVE button (All models) Includes MODE button (Helix Floor, Helix LT, Helix Rack, HX Effects) Includes VIEW button (Helix LT, HX Stomp) Helix Floor/Rack (main view) Helix LT (main view) NEW layout! included with the HELIX Floor/Rack layout HX Stomp (main view) HX Effects (main view)
  13. This is a Premium MIDI Layout made for Line 6 HX EFFECTS devices. Requires MIDI Designer Pro 2 (IOS app, sold separately) Full tactile control over your HX EFFECTS using Bluetooth or USB. v1.1 Update - 1 August 2021 v1.0 Released! - 20 December 2020 - Now Available!!: https://gumroad.com/l/FeAfu 1 - Main View 2- Setlist View 3- Preset View 4- Blueboard View Features: Includes all the HX EFFECTS MIDI implementation based on the current firmware. Shows both standard MIDI Program Changes numbering (0-127) and ABCD format (32X4) Saves your spine! Almost any usual operation can be done from the controller side, and provides many advanced features almost impossible to replicate with a physical controller (unless you use a very big one) Wireless option: connect a Yamaha MD-BT01 or a CME WIDI Master to your HX EFFECTS and begin to enjoy a tangle-free life. User Setlist: Store up to 6 user setlist, containing 8 non-correlative presets and switch easily between them. Embedded support for the iRig BlueBoard: 100% Plug&Play! Preconfigured and ready to use. Two units can be used simultaneusly! Hardware requirements: HX EFFECTS MIDI Designer Pro 2 (IOS) iPad MIDI Interface (Yamaha MD-BT01 for wireless, or Apple Lightning to USB3 Camera Adapter for wired) Recommended MIDI Interfaces: Wireless: Yamaha MD-BT01, CME WIDI Master Wired (using Helix USB): Apple Lightning to USB3 Camera Adapter Wired (MIDI to USB): Roland UM-ONE MKII + Apple CCK USB3 Optional support (included): Embedded support for the IK Multimedia Blueboard Bluetooth LE Modes: Mode B: (Half/Full speed, Undo/Redo, Play/Stop, Rec/Overdub) Mode C: (Snapshots 1-4) Includes buttons to turn on the LEDs. Changes Log: 1 August 2021 - v1.1 Update Save and Mode buttons added (requires firmware 3.10 or later) Preset pickers in Setlist View now includes color highlights Bidirectional Looper MIDI commands fixed 20 December 2020 - v1.0 Released! Cheatsheets: 1 - Main View 2- Setlist View 3- Preset View 4- Blueboard View https://app.gumroad.com/ed_saxman
  14. 2021 Updated! V1.2 is Now online! This is a Premium MIDI Layout made for Line 6 Helix devices: Helix Floor, Helix LT or Helix Rack. Requires MIDI Designer Pro 2 (IOS app, sold separately) Full tactile control over your Helix using MIDI over Bluetooth or MIDI-USB connections. Hardware and Software requirements: Line 6 Helix, Helix LT or Helix Rack MIDI Designer Pro 2 (IOS App, sold separately) Apple iPad MIDI Interface (wireless or wired) Changes Log: 1 August 2021 - Updated to 1.2 Save and Mode buttons added (requires firmware 3.10 or later) New Helix LT layout included (replaces FS3 slider with a View button) 16 January 2021 - Updated to 1.1 Improved design BlueBoard screen added Extended visual Input: Now this Layout can receive CC69 (Snapshots), values [0,1,2] if you have configured your device to send such data in Command Center. The same is applied to CC1 and CC2 (EXP pedals). These changes must be saved per preset basis in your device. Recommended MIDI Interfaces: Wireless: Yamaha MD-BT01 or CME WIDI Master Wired (using Helix USB): Apple Lightning to USB3 Camera Adapter Wired (MIDI to USB): Roland UM-ONE MKII + Apple Lightning to USB3 Camera Adapter Included support (optional): Embedded suport for the IK Multimedia Blueboard Bluetooth LE Modes: Mode B (Half/Full speed, Undo/Redo, Play/Stop, Rec/Overdub) Mode C (Snapshots 1-4) Includes a Small MIDI implementation to replicate the BlueBoard behaviour with any other configurable MIDI device (Airturn, Airstep, Pirate MIDI Bridge6/4, Morningstar, etc) A bit of tech stuff: The operation of this MIDI Layout is based on the current MIDI implementation available on Line 6 Helix devices. This means that the limits of what or how can be controlled are determined by the manufacturer (to a large extent). The practical translation of this fact is that: There are some functions in the Helix that are not controllable, simply because there is no CC assigned to whatever. There are some things in the Helix that receive MIDI but they do not send it. A clear example are the footswitches (FS). For this reason, it is not possible to show a synchronized status (on/off) on the controller's screen. For this type of controls, it will only be possible to send a status change message, so the buttons will be of a momentary type. Helix does not send the names of presets or setlists via MIDI -something that would normally use SYSEX messages or the Line 6's own protocol. Description: 1- Main Screen. From this screen you can control the main functions of your Helix. Some elements receives the MIDI information that your Helix sends and display it on the screen, such as bank and program changes. Others are used to send commands to activate and deactivate elements such as footswitches. A few elements are bi-directional, such as looper controls (broken feature in the 3.0/3.01 Firmware. Waiting for the upcoming 3.1 Helix firmware update). As you already know, the Helix does not send us the setlists names. However, you will be able to rename your Setlists on the controller easily from this screen, simply by pressing the "Setlist" button to write names coincident with those of your Helix. 2-Setlist Screen The main function of this screen is to navigate comfortably between the eight banks of your Helix, but we can also select a preset in each of the 8 banks, and toggle between them at the touch of a button. There are also controls that receive information from your Helix, like these three large screens showing the current MIDI PC, Bank, and Preset (ABCD). The eight Snapshots and the most relevant looper controls are also present here. 3- Preset Screen On this screen, the idea is to have quick and immediate access to all the Presets (and Setlists) of your Helix. Snapshot selection controls are also present, as well as the looper, tap tempo and tuner buttons. 4- BlueBoard Screen This new screen provides embedded support for the iRig BlueBoard. Two units can be used simultaneosly. A small MIDI implementation is also included, to use with any other configurable MIDI controller (Airturn, Airstep, Pirate MIDI Bridge, Morningstar...) CHEAT SHEETS 1- Main View 2- Setlist View 3- Presets View 4- BlueBoard View https://app.gumroad.com/ed_saxman
  15. i am wondering if there's a CC message that can access to the snapshot mode
  16. Is it possible to control the HX Effects with a Voodoo Labs Ground Control Pro and GCX via midi where 8 IA Buttons for the 8 blocks 4 Snapshots controlled by the 4 preset buttons Up & Down buttons to change presets The HX Effects will sit in a rack unit using 4cm out to the amp. Thanks
  17. I have successfully programmed channel switching on the HX effects for my Amp1 via different presets using bank PC commands but for some reason when I try and do this in snapshot mode, assigning the same values in the separate snapshots - 1,2,3,4 etc. Nothing happens... Rx and tx clock is off and I've followed several videos and guides on this but no joy - I tried factory resets on the amp1 and upgraded to firmware version 3.11 on the HX and I have tried to do this also using the HX edit but it just does not work Ive contacted Line6 support but no response since their initial email, has anyone else had this or is there something I'm missing? Is there any history of defective units in this regard?
  18. I don't want to waffle, so here is what I know: In ABCD mode, bank 1 is controlled via MIDI PC 00-03, bank 2 is 04-07, etc. Bias Head channels are controlled with PC signals 00-24 (user-defined, 1 per preset), supposedly on channel 1 When I switch between rhythm, clean, lead, and breakdown patches in my POD, I want there to be a corresponding amp change in my Bias head. Is this possible? I don't mind using the FS switch above the ABCD switch to change the amp separately, but ideally, I want them on the same switch. Is this possible?
  19. Has there been any discussion of allowing the POD Go to transmit a MIDI clock based on the tempo setting. That would be helpful for eliminating the need for an external clock and metronome for live performances.
  20. Hi, I am trying to send MIDI commands to a POD HD Pro to toggle individual blocks on and off. Although I haven't connected a POD Footboard, I'm using another MIDI controller. When I send the CC message sometimes is works , sometimes is does. Do I need to send "0" for the off, and "127" for on? Do I need to send "127" repeatedly for toggle on and off states? I've trying lots of variations and am getting inconsitent behaviour. Many thanks for any advise.
  21. Is it possible to switch between button modes via MIDI? For example, can I send a CC/PC message to my HX Stomp that switches it into Snapshot mode?
  22. Hello folks, since MIDI Ox still does not run under Windows 10 I don't have any idea how to backup (and restore) my M13-scenes. Is there any easy to handle software (I don't have an knowledge about MIDI at all) on the market which can do the job? And which MIDI-USB interface would you recommend if you only need it for backups and restores once in a while? Any suggestions are mostly appreciated. Thank you very much for your kind support in advance. Best regards Blue
  23. Hey guys! Abolutely loving 3.0 so far. I have a MIDI related question that hopefully somebody can help me with. I am running my HX Stomp with a Specular Tempus and am having some problems getting it to communicate. The tap tempo is working fine from the Stomp but is it possible to programme it to do this: - Snapshot 1 in my stomp uses patch A in Tempus - Snapshot 2 in my stomp also uses patch A in Tempus - Snapshot 3 in my stomp switches to patch B in Tempus I don't want to change bank on the tempus - I just want it to change to patch B from A when I hit footswitch 3 (snapshot 3) and vice versa. I seem to have tried everything including the new command center but can't seem to get it to work. Is this doable?
  24. I am sending MIDI PC and CC from my iPad via OnSong. Since updating to 3.10/11, PC changes "take" inconsistently. In 2.xx, all worked seamlessly. Now, initiating a program change from the OnSong UI, sometimes works and sometimes doesn't. I cannot detect a particular condition under which the fail occurs -- does not, for instance, fail on bank boundaries, A-C will fail inconsistently -- but always for specific song changes. This does not appear to be an iPadOS or OnSong issue. I am wondering if others may have experienced the same problem set? I should note that I have been using MIDI over USB, but have also tried USB-C -> MIDI and have attempted different adjustments MIDI global settings to no avail. Same behaviors.
  25. Hi, this is a little DIY project I built: It's a small Arduino based two button MIDI foot switch for the Helix HX Stomp. It is more flexible and more powerful than the "normal" foot switches connected via TRS cable and as a bonus you can still use an expression pedal hooked up to your HX Stomp. The MIDI Muppet HX can scroll through presets (normal mode) scroll through snapshots (snapshot mode) act as FS4/FS5 (fs mode) bring up the tuner (in any mode) To cycle through modes, press and hold the right (up) switch. To toggle the tuner, press and hold the left (dn) switch. If this is something you are interested in building please check out more information at https://github.com/mattzzw/midi_muppet_hx_2btn Other ideas are integrating tap tempo, looper control, ... Feedback and ideas are welcome! Cheers, /Matthias
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