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  1. Q: What are the presets on the Pocket POD? A: The PDF document attached at the bottom of this FAQ lists all of the Pocket POD presets from 1A to 31D. Q: What is the warranty on my Pocket POD? A: The warranty on the Pocket POD is 90 days from the date of purchase. Q: Can I purchase model packs for my Pocket POD? A: No, Line 6 model packs are only available for our Guitarport, Toneport, POD Studio and POD xt family devices. Q: How do I reset my Pocket POD back to factory presets? A: To reset your Pocket POD back to its factory settings, hold the save button and 4-way arrow key up while plugging a cable into the instrument input to power the unit on. The unit will prompt for a factory reset, press save to initiate the factory reset. Q: Can I connect the Pocket POD directly to a P.A. system? A: Yes. You can run a 3.5 mm (1/8")cable directly into a PA. Pocket POD also has one unbalanced 1/4" output that can be connected through a DI box directly into a PA system. Q: Is there editing software available for my Pocket POD? A: Yes. You can download a software editor called Vyzex which was specifically designed to work with Pocket POD, from our software page Please note that this software is no longer supported by Vyzex or Line 6. Q: Which tones from work with the Pocket POD? A: The POD 2.0, POD Pro, Floor POD Plus, and Pocket POD tones are all compatable with the Pocket POD. These tones can be downloaded and installed to your Pocket POD with the Vyzex editing software. See the following link to get to Customtone: Customtone Q: What power supply works with Pocket POD? A: The Line 6 DC-1/2/1G power supply (purchased separately from your local dealer) is the supported power supply for the Pocket POD. See the following link for more information: Power Supply and Amp Power F.A.Q. Q: Is the Pocket POD compatible with any Line 6 or standard MIDI controller? A: No, the Pocket POD is not compatible with any Line 6 or standard MIDI foot controller, as it lacks the CAT 5 or MIDI jacks necessary to connect a controller. Q: My Pocket POD is not powering up? 1) The POD was designed to work with standard (mono) 1/4" cables when the cable is inserted into the "input" jack. Check to make sure you are not plugging a TRS cable into your Pocket POD. 2) Check to ensure that batteries are inserted correctly and the springs are lining up. 3) Try using a supported power supply to see if the unit will power. If the unit powers up with an adaptor, try changing the batteries. Q: My Pocket POD reboots when changing power source while connected via USB? A: Changing the power source of your Pocket POD while connected via USB will cause the unit to reboot and its Class Compliant driver to drop its MIDI ports. It is not recommended you change your Pocket POD power source while connected via USB. Q: Where can I get Vyzex software support? A: Please note that this software is no longer supported by Vyzex or Line 6. Q: Why is cabinet tuning not working? A: This bug was fixed in the 1.01 Pocket POD update. Please see the instructions on how to update your Pocket POD below. Q: Why do delay changes not call up model default tap tempo? A: This bug was fixed in the 1.01 Pocket POD update. Please see the instructions on how to update your Pocket POD below. Q: Where can I register my Pocket POD? A: You can register your Pocket POD by logging on to Once logged on, go to the My Account section of the site and then click on the Registered Gear link off to the left hand side. Q: Where is the serial number on my Pocket POD? A: The serial number of your Pocket POD can be found inside the battery-housing compartment behind the top right battery. Q: How do I update the flash memory on my Pocket POD? A: Connect your PocketPod Via USB to your computer, then run the Line 6 Monkey application. If your software is out of date (or you want to reflash for trouble shooting purposes), you will want to update using the following directions. 1) Select the "flash memory" to highlight (in blue), then select "update selection". 2) If Monkey asks you to register your gear, you can select "remind me later". 3) Select "I Accept" for the software agreement and select "continue". 4) Follow the directions, then select "OK" 5) Select "yes" to continue. 6) Wait for the flash memory to update and be installed. 7) Turn your Pocket POD Off, then on, then select "OK". Q: My update stopped in the middle of the process? A: During the Pocket POD update using the Line 6 Monkey software on a Windows Vista (32-bit and 64-bit) machine, the update may stop and will not continue. This may occur on certain USB ports. This issue can be verified if the progress bar stops partway through the update. Note: If the update does stop, the system will not respond to requests to shutdown the computer, even after force quitting monkey. After disconnecting the Pocket POD, the system can be shutdown. The Pocket POD remains in boot mode after this occurs. Reconnecting to Monkey and re-installing the firmware update does recover the Pocket POD. Please make sure to test the Pocket POD on every USB port on your computer while troubleshooting this issue. Completely remove any USB hubs, even if not in use. PocketPOD Presets.pdf
  2. Hello guys, thanks for accepting me. So I tried to read all the older topics to avoid asking again, hower I did not found what is needed. :( So I got pretty simple setup. Diezel Vh4 Miid cable And HX Effects Currently when I am at the Banks 01A to 01D I have managed to program the Amp channels to switch(via Midi) How can I assign stomp possitions in lets say 01A(bank) to switch Chanels via Midi? *When I am in the Stomp mode. I want to assign 1,4,5,6 to switch the 4 head channels(via the midi) ... This Will leave me with 2 free stomps for 2 effects. That's it enough for me, nothing more. Thanks in advance.
  3. Q: What is POD Farm? A: POD Farm is Line 6's new plug-in software platform that will offer POD tone to any DAW. For use with either a Line 6 hardware interface or iLok dongle, POD Farm can easily be used with all the major software recording platforms (such as, Pro Tools, Ableton, Cubase, Nuendo, Garageband and more) and is available in Mac® AU/RTAS®/VST® and Windows® RTAS®/VS® formats. POD Farm iLok users will not be able to run the standalone version of POD Farm software; the iLok allows for VST/AU/RTAS plug-in effect instantiation functionality only. Standalone POD Farm only functions with our TonePort/POD Studio USB devices. Q: Can POD Farm be used with my earlier generation TonePort (GX, UX-1, UX-2, UX-8, Guitarport)? A: Yes. POD Farm will work with all TonePort devices as a plug in (provided that you purchased the optional POD Farm Plug-In License Key and installed into the device using Line 6 Monkey) and can also be used in Stand Alone mode. Note: TonePort GX, UX-1, UX-2 and KB37's did NOT come with a Plug-In license present from the factory. Users who bought these devices will need to purchase a POD Farm Plug-In license to get this functionality! Q: Can POD Farm be used with my POD XT or POD X3 device? A: POD Farm is compatible with our POD XT and X3 devices as a plug in only. It cannot be used as a standalone editor for your POD. Gearbox will remain the primary editor for all POD XT and X3 devices. Q: Can I transfer the free POD Farm plug in I got for being an X3 owner out of my X3? A: No. That upgrade is a factory bit that remains bound to your X3 device. Q: Can I transfer the POD Farm upgrade from the GearBox Plug-In Gold/Silver DI to another device? A: No. That upgrade is a factory bit that remains bound to your Gold/Silver DI device. Q: Can I use the Bass POD XT (or XT Live) as a dongle for POD Farm? A: No, as the Bass POD XT series cannot accept assets or model packs. Q: Is GuitarPort Online compatible with POD Farm? A: Currently, our GuitarPort Online subscription service is not available through the POD Farm software. GPO subscribers must continue to use Gearbox for this service. Q: Can I have Gearbox and POD Farm installed simultaneously on my computer? A: Yes. You can continue to use Gearbox as a plug in or stand alone application if you wish while having POD Farm installed on your system as well. Q: What about my current recording projects that have the Gearbox plug in instantiated on them? Will they still work? A: Absolutely. You can continue to use Gearbox as a plug in if you'd prefer. Your projects will not be harmed. Q: Will my Gearbox tones work with POD Farm? A: Yes. POD Farm will load all of your Gearbox presets just fine. You can continue to use them. Q: How do I save the POD Farm presets when used as a plugin? A: Select the folder next to the preset name, then select "save as" in the drop-down menu and rename the altered tone to whatever you like. Q: Can I use POD Farm on more than one computer? A: Yes. You must run Line 6 Monkey on each computer first in order to authorize that functionality.
  4. Hello all, I don't usually frequent gear forums so I apologise if my forum etiquette is sub standard. I've been really excited about the Helix since the reveal of the device. I've been waiting for you guys to drop a new modern unit since the HD500x. So, I've been nurturing use of a Pod XT for many years now and it has served my playing routine greatly since purchase. No to mention that I've had very little problems with the unit. I hit my tone limit a long time ago. I need more control over the signal chain to be able to really suss my guitar tone out. I'm seriously tempted to take the plunge on the Helix and have the funds to do so. I have my doubts though, especially considering it is such a great deal of money to drop on a pedal. Could I trouble some knowledgable users with some questions? 1) Line 6 edit I think I saw that Line 6 released a "Gear Box" Win/mac user interface for the Helix unit. How is this coming along, is it good quality? I can't find any screen shots at all. Nobody is hailing it as god's gift, if it has been released. I understand the larger display and functionality might completely over-rule the use of something like this. I'm curious as to it's current state of play. 2) Patch latency This is something that's been raised a few times on here. I understand the nature of loading process for patches. As I've dealt with the XT live, I do understand THIS IS modelling. With the XT, there was a noticeable delay in switching patches. It wasn't terrible but it was noticeable. I'd argue it is literally the longest patch latency I'd be willing to put up with. Can anyone clarify if it is an improvement? Some have said the time it takes to load a patch is directly related to the amount of "blocks" you have in your patches. I'm not looking for multiple cabs and amps per patch. The XT had Comp, Gate, EQ, Amp Sim, Cab, Delay, Mod, ​Reverb. Considering that as a base line. What sort of latency are we looking at as standard? Better or worse? Painfully delayed? 3) Further talking about patches delays. Some have suggested loading everything into one patch and using that? I saw Glen Delaune's, 3 channel amp patch and I wasn't THAT sold on the "method". Surely you can run into instances where both, your clean channel is running and your boost is on? Surely your tone is going to more of a compromise instead of what you actually want to here? 4) Do custom IR's perform better or worse re: quality and patch latency? 5) Spreading blocks over to "Both CPU processors"? How is this actually done? Do you run the amp and cab on a separate line with links between. How effective is this reduction? 6) Direct into a Tube Amp I use a 2x12 Fender Hot Rod Deville. Can anyone elaborate as to how will this pedal plays with standard Tube Amps. I don't need a processed video from Chappers, I've seen it already. You know what I mean. My query is the ability to sculp the sound and fix mushyness. Sustain at volume, deliberate feedback etc. 7) Some people in other posts have suggested using 8 Template <02c ... XXXXX as a base line for your tones, to avoid latency problems. I don't own one yet, so I can't exactly investigate as to what these patch templates have to offer. Can anyone elaborate as to what these templates have to offer and how they work? I know there's a lot going on above regarding my questions. If you'd be so kind as to weigh in where possible, I'm sure others will review this thread to help put minds at ease. Please be as honest, clear and descriptive as possible I know it's a pain... although they're not "Million dollar" questions, they are the "Thousand dollar" questions that I would really appreciate clear answers for. I really appreciete you taking the time to review this thread.
  5. Hello! From what I've researched and tried out at Guitar Center, I believe I am prepared to purchase a POD HD500X! There are just a few questions that I have that I haven't been able to find an answer for by just searching. 1) From my past use of the old TonePort GX w/Gearbox, I used an amp called Line 6 Big Bottom, which was available in the Metal Shop amp pack for $50. When I was looking through the list of amps on the HD500X overview, I noticed it wasn't on there. Does this mean that I either have to buy the Metal Shop pack again, it is renamed or replaced on the 500X, or is just gone? This is important as that amp model gave me my favorite tone (I play progressive metal). 2) When I get this, would I have to play it through an amp or PA speaker? All I have are computer speakers that don't sound too bad. Also I don't own an amplifier (unless you consider a crappy little 15 watt Epiphone amp from my starter kit 8 years ago to be alright to use). 3) As I stated previously, I used to have a TonePort GX. Would Gearbox files (.l6t) be compatible for use with the 500X? I have a few of these files saved on a flash drive that I really liked and would love to use live or in studio. Thanks!
  6. Français Deutsch ** Known Issue: Phantom Power on Inputs 7-12 does not save to scenes or setups. This has been fixed with firmware update version 1.10. ** ****Please be aware that if you are updating from firmware 1.00 directly to 1.20, the update file will state that you are installing version 1.32. This is a typo that will be fixed in the future and it will have no affect on your firmware 1.20 installation or functionality.**** Q: I am unable to connect my iPad to my StageScape with an Apple Airport Express. What gives? A: Be sure to check to that the light on the front of your Airport Express is solid green and NOT blinking amber. If the light on your Airport Express is blinking amber, you probably have to run the Airport Utility to setup and configure your Airport Express. On windows you will have to download this Airport Utility program and install it from the apple downloads page, but if you have a Mac computer, the Airport Utility will already be on your computer in Applications>Utilities>Airport Utility.? Go through the steps to setup your Airport Express in that utility program. Don't worry if the utility prompts you to create a password for your Airport Express, that will only be applicable for creating a network connected to the internet, and will not apply for connection between your iPad and StageScape. Q: When I update the firmware on my StageScape M20d, the mixer still thinks it has the old firmware? A: When updating your firmware on the StageScape M20d, be sure to only have the media drive with the firmware update on it connected to your StageScape. No other media devices should be connected to your mixer. Q: I updated the firmware on my StageScape M20d, and now the StageScape App won't work? A: The firmware on your StageScape M20d and the StageScape App must be the same version. So if you updated the firmware on your mixer, be sure to download the updated App from the Apple App store. Q: Can Setups that were backed up on Firmware 1.10 be opened on mixers that have Firmware 1.00? A: Yes, backed up setups can be restored on older firmware versions of the mixer, however any setups with stereo monitors may cause an error. In this case, re-save the setup without stereo monitors on your firmware version 1.10 and then it will open correctly in older firmware. Q: Is there a maximum length to L6 Link Connections? A: Yes, all L6 Link connections require AES/EBU cables with a maximum 50 foot length. Connecting multiple AES/EBU cables together is not recommended or supported. Q: What is the difference between a Scene and a Setup? A: Scenes are saved as parts of Setups - and if you move to a second setup without saving your current setup, the scenes you made on your first setup may be lost if you do not save the setup prior to navigating to a new setup. It is helpful to think of scenes and setups as... If you are doing a show with 3 performing acts doing 5 songs each. Each performing act should have their own setup with a scene created for each song by that performing act. Following that thought process - you will have 3 setups and each of those 3 setups will contain 5 scenes. The stage pans, effects, levels, and TWEAK settings are saved in your SCENE- but input channels, icons,and channel trims are saved in your SETUP Q: For how long can the StageScape M20d record at a time? Inputs & Main Mix Inputs only Main Mix only Recording times are listed in minutes:seconds. *248:36 is the M20d’s maximum recording time. 2 GB is the maximum file size. M20d will not record if SD card/hard drive has less than 64 MB of free space available. Q: Which USB WiFi products are compatible with the StageScape M20d? A: The EnGenius EUB-9801, Samsung WIS12ABGNX (WIS9ABGN and a WIS10ABGN are NOT compatible), and Linksys AE1000 (AE1200 and AE2500 will NOT work) are compatible with the StageScape M20D. However, they may be discontinued at this time. We recommend using an Apple Airport Express and use Apple's USB to Ethernet adapter (UPC: 885909439560). It is also possible to use the USB to Ethernet adapter and a DHCP enabled WiFi Ethernet router. Q: Which SD cards are compatible with the StageScape M20d? A: Any class 10 SD card will work with the StageScape M20d. Only class 10 SD cards are supported. SDXC cards are supported, as long as they are class 10. We do not recommend using SD cards larger than 32 gigs. Q: What output on the StageScape M20d should I use for my monitor amp or powered monitors when I'm mixing? A: Use a balanced XLR cable to connect the left and right XLR outputs labeled Main Out? to the inputs on your monitor amp or powered monitors. Q: How do I connect the StageScape M20d to my computer for recording? A: Prior to connecting the StageScape M20d to your computer for recording, you will need to install the latest available Line 6 drivers from our of software page at the link below: Line 6 Software Downloads Follow the on screen installer instructions to install the drivers correctly. Once the driver installer is complete, connect a USB cable from the USB port labeled PC on the StageScape M20d to a USB port on your computer. Do not use external USB hubs. Q: Can I use condenser mics that requires 48V phantom power with the StageScape M20d? A: The StageScape M20d has phantom power available to XLR inputs 1-12. To activate phantom power, tap the Input/Output panel located in the top center of the setup, monitor, or perform screen and then tap the 48v button to the left of inputs 1-6 and 7-12 to activate phantom power for each row of inputs. Q: Where do I plug in headphones to the StageScape M20d to monitor the mix? A: The StageScape M20d includes a dedicated headphone output to allow you to closely and quietly monitor your mixes. Simply connect headphones to the headphone output of the StageScape M20d and adjust the level control labeled Phones to control the headphone mix volume. The headphone solo buttons on each track in perform mode will affect what is hear from the headphone outputs. Q: How do I get a signal out of the Main Outs on the StageScape M20d? A: For a overview of the StageScape M20d mixing process you can watch the StageScape M20d support video Getting Started with the StageScape M20d. There is also a tutorial on the StageScape M20d resources page and more videos at the main StageScape M20d mixer forum. Q: How do I use floor monitors with the StageScape M20d? A: The StageScape M20d features four (4) independent monitor outputs. Each output has its own separate monitor mix. Simply connect balanced XLR cables from the Monitor Outs A, B, C, or D to the inputs of your floor monitors. Q: How many total inputs are there on the StageScape M20d? A: The StageScape M20d includes 20 available input channels: 12 high-performance, digitally controlled, auto-sensing mic/line/instrument XLR-1/4" combi inputs. 4 additional auto-sensing balanced line inputs 2 digital streaming inputs direct from computer, USB drive or SD card 1 Stereo line input for integrating MP3 players or other sound sources Q: Where can I find an advanced manual for the StageScape M20d? A: The advanced manual for the StageScape M20d can be found here: StageScape M20d Advanced Manual Q: Where can I find product manuals for the StageScape M20d? A: Additional manuals for the StageScape M20d can be found at the link below: StageScape Manuals Q: Where do I register my new StageScape M20d? A: Line 6 products can be registered to your Line 6 User account using the link below: Product Registration Q: What type of footswitch can I use for the footswitch inputs on the StageScape M20d? A: The StageScape M20d works with any momentary Tip Sleeve footswitch. Footswitches can be assigned to toggle scenes, mute FX, play/pause the media player, or begin quick capture recording for 20 seconds. Q: Is it possible to control two StageScape M20d's simultaneously (or switch between them) in the iPad app? A: It will be possible for a single iPad to switch between two StageScapes for control, however it is not possible to control both simultaneously. The user can select one StageScape to control at a time by selecting from a list of WiFi StageScapes that the iPad can communicate with. Q: How do I make a monitor send? A: First connect a powered monitor to a monitor output on the M20d. A monitor will appear on the stage labeled A, B, C, or D, depending on which monitor input you plugged into. An encoder will turn blue signifying that it controls the level of a monitor. Use that encoder to adjust the monitor gain up to the white notch on the monitor signal. Then, go to the monitor page of the M20d. Once on the monitor page the encoders of all active channels will turn blue. Adjust the levels of the active channels you want sent to that monitor accordingly. Q: How do I make an effects send? A: Effects sends - usually reserved for time based effects (Reverbs, Delays, Chorus, Flange and Vocal Doubler) - are found in Global FX. Go to the Tweak page, select your channel from the top left, and select Global FX. Select the Global Effect that you would like to utilize, and select the output you would like to send that effect to from the list on the left. An encoder will turn purple once you select the global effect you want. Use this purple encoder to adjust the level of your global effect. Q: Will global effects apply effects to my entire mix? A: No, global effects are global because any channel can send signal to global effects individually. Global effects take the place of your "aux buses" on other mixers - where you would usually have your time based effects such as reverb and delay. Further explanation can be found in the question above, or in the Advanced Manual. Q: Why doesn't mute all mute my headphones? A: The Mute All button mutes all signals that are sent to mains and monitors, allowing the user to make adjustments in headphones without signal being sent to outputs. The Mute All button can also be used as a Mute group to mute 1 specific group of channels. Q: How can I manually add inserts? A: At this time inserts are not manually added or managed, because inserts are part of DSP presets available from the tweak page. Insert presets can be saved and loaded for future use. Loading insert presets from other instruments will change the icon of that channel on the stage. For example, if you have a Male Vocal channel and try to load the Bongos preset in the Tweak menu, this will change the stage icon of that channel to Bongos. You can change the on stage picture of your inputs to pictures of other instruments inside of your StageScape. Q: Where can I mute and solo my channels? A: Channel mutes and solos are available on the performance mode screen. To toggle between solo or mute, select the Show Solo Buttons at the top of the performance page. Q: When using L6 Link why is there not a monitor stage icon on screen? A: When using L6 Link, you will need to manually create a monitor stage icon. Monitors are only automatically created on the stage when an XLR is plugged into an analog Monitor output. Q: How do I group my channels? A: In setup mode, double click the encoder of an empty channel to bring up the group assign menu. From there, select the channels that you would like to be part of the group. You can group all of your global effects returns to 1 group, or any other channels. Q: Can I change the channel colors to better organize input types? A: No, channel colors are set and not changeable. Q: Do I have to be in perform mode to perform? A: Perform is the mode where you set your mix and can manage your scenes, so it is better tailored for performance management. Although the outputs will remain fully active in each of the other mixer modes. Q: What is the difference between level and trim? A: Trim is your input gain into the M20d, while level is your channel volume within the mix. This can also be described on other boards as: Trim is your pre-amp. Level is your channel fader. Q: How could I connect an external signal processor to the M20d? A: Use a monitor output to feed the processor, connect the output of the processor to a balanced line input 13-16 or an open input 1-12 if all balanced line inputs are taken. Q: Does the M20d include a HI-Z instrument input? A: Each of the 12 available combi inputs can accept either 1/4" instrument cables or XLR cables. Q: What is FBS? A: FBS stands for FeedBack Suppression and it is the built in feedback suppression on the M20d. There are 2 options for FBS, vocal and universal. If the channel is not a vocal channel, it is not recommended to use the vocal feedback suppression setting. DSP presets for direct inputs will not have feedback suppression. For example, acoustic guitar direct will NOT have feedback suppression, but acoustic guitar mic'd will have feedback suppression. Q: Can the quick capture record more than 20 seconds? A: Yes, but recording for more than 20 seconds requires a USB hard drive (with its own external power supply), SD card, or computer to be connected to the M20d. It is recommended to record to SD card rather than USB, because SD cards have a better data transfer rate. Q: How do I use WiFi on the M20d? A: WiFi on the M20d requires a supported USB WiFi adapter, but we recommend using an Apple Airport Express or wifi router in conjunction with an Apple USB/Ethernet adapter. More information on supported USB WiFi products can be found at this link: WiFi USB Adapter & SD card Compatibility and Connectivity Q: How do I delete a track? A: While in Setup mode, select the stage icon for the track you would like to delete, and tap the red trash can located in the upper right corner of the screen to delete a track. Q: Where can I control pan? A: In Setup or Perform mode, pan settings can be controlled by tapping the encoder menu located at the top left of the screen. Then select pan from the drop down menu. In Tweak mode, you can adjust pan individually for each channel from the orange encoder. The pan setting is displayed in the bottom left of the channel Tweak menu. Q: Can I put a limiter on my main outputs? A: In Tweak mode, tap the channel select on the top left of the screen, select Output Channels, and Main Out. Then, select Deep Tweak from the top center of the screen. There you will find a HiPass filter, 4 band compressor, 6 band EQ, 4 band limiter, and L6 Link graphic equalizer for your outputs. The L6 Link graphic EQ is only available when using L6 Link. Q: Is there a graphic equalizer for my mix? A: A graphic equalizer is available on board the M20d when using L6 link. It can be found in Tweak mode under Deep Tweak and L6 Link EQ. Graphic equalizers can be placed on all outputs, but will only be active when using L6 Link. Q: How do I change the name of a channel? A: In Setup mode select an input on your stage. Once a channel is selected, in the top right of the screen, you can tap on the computer keyboard icon to change the name. Or - still in the top right of the screen - you can tap on the small picture of the input you have selected, and from there change the icon of that input or change the name of that input. Q: Why does my stage icon channel number flash yellow? A: Because you created stage a icon without an input connected, therefor the yellow indicator is a place holder for the channels designated. Q: Can I reassign an input once I have created the stage icon? A: Yes, in Setup mode, tap the I/O section at the top center of the screen, then tap the input you would to move, and then double tap the input you would like to assign it to. Q: Can I sync 2 M20d's into a system that will still output to a stereo main mix? A: No, you can not sync 2 M20d's. If you have 2 M20d's and require more than 16 inputs, it is recommended to use 1 M20d as a submixer with main outputs going into 2 inputs on the other M20d. In that case, the M20d being plugged into should be used as your main output to the speakers. StageScape M20d: F.A.Q. Ich kann mein iPad nicht per Apple Airport Express mit meinem StageScape verbinden. Was kann ich tun? Schauen Sie zuerst nach ob das Licht auf der Vorderseite des Airport Express durchgehend grün leuchtet und nicht geld blinkt. Wenn das Licht gelb blinkt bedeutet das, dass Sie Airport Utility laufen lassen müssen um damit Airport Express zu konfigurieren. Für Windows müssen Sie dieses Programm herunterladen (Wählen Sie das Airport Utility 5.5.3 wenn Sie Windows XP oder Vista benutzen und die Version 5.6.1 für Windows 7) und installieren. Für Mac Computer ist dies nicht nötig, Mac hat Airport Utility bereits vorinstalliert. (Programme->Dienstprogramme->Airport Utility) Folgen Sie den Anweisungen des Programms. Wenn das Programm Sie aufordert ein Passwort einzugeben ist dies nur das Passwort um ein Netzwerk zu erstellen um auf das Internet zuzugreifen und wird nicht für die Verbindung zwischen iPad und StageScape benötigt. Nachdem ich die Firmware des StageScape M20d aktualisiert habe denkt der Mixer immernoch er wäre auf der alten Firmware. Was kann ich tun? Stellen Sie sicher, dass während der Aktualisierung der Firmware kein anderes Gerät an Ihr StageScape angeschlossen ist mit Ausnahme des USB Sticks oder der SD Karte, auf der die Firmware abgespeichert ist. Nachdem ich die Firmware des StageScape M20d aktualisiert habe funktioniert die StageScape App nicht mehr. Was kann ich tun? Die Firmware des M20d und die Version der App müssen auf dem selben Stand sein. Wenn Sie Ihr Gerät aktualisiert haben müssen Sie auch die App aktualisieren, laden Sie sich die neuste Version einfach aus dem AppStore herunter. Können Setups, die ich auf der Firmware Version 1.10 abgespeichert habe auch auf einem StageScape mit Version 1.00 geladen werden? Ja, Absicherungen der Setups können auf älterer Firmware geladen werden. Jedes Setup mit stereo Monitoren kann Fehler verursachen. In diesem Fall sollten Sie den Stereo Monitor mit dem StageScape auf Version 1.10 entfernen und dann neu auf das M20d mit Version 1.00 laden. Gibts es eine Maximallänge für L6 Link Verbindungen? Ja, alle L6 Link Verbindungen benötigen AES/EBU Kabel mit einer maximalen Länge von 15 Metern. Das Aneinanderhängen der Kabel ist nicht empfohlen. Was ist der Unterschied zwischen Scene und Setup? Szenen sind Teile eines Setups , wenn Sie auf ein anderes Setup wechseln ohne das vorhergehende zu speichern werden die Szenen nicht abgespeichert und können so verloren gehen. Oder anders: Sie haben eine Show, auf der Show treten 3 Bands auf mit 5 Songs pro Band. Jede Band hat Ihr eigenes Setup mit jeweils einer Scene pro Song. Also hat man 3 Setups und jedes der 3 Setups hat 5 Scenen. Die Pans, Effekte und Level sind in der Scene gespeichert, Stage Icons, Eingangskanäle und Kanal Trims sind im Setup gespeichert. Wie lange kann das M20d am Stück aufnehmen? Aufnahmezeiten aufgelistet in Minuten:Sekunden. *248:36 ist die maximale Aufnahmezeit des M20d und 2 Gb die maximale Dateigröße. Das M20d wird die Aufnahme einstellen sobald 64 oder weniger Mb freier Platz auf der SD Karte/Festplatte zur Verfügung stehen. Welche USB WiFi Geräte sind mit dem M20d kompatibel? Nur das EnGenius EUB-9801, Samsung WIS12ABGNX (WIS9ABGN and a WIS10ABGN are NOT compatible), das Linksys AE1000 (AE 1200 und AE 2500 funktionieren nicht) und das Samsung WIS10ABGN sind kompatibel. Außerdem besteht die Möglichkeit den Apple USB zu Ethernet Adapter (UPC: 885909439560) mit einem WiFi Ethernet Router zu benutzen. Welche SD Karten sind mit dem M20d kompatibel? Jede SD Karte der Klasse 10 funktioniert mit dem M20d. Außerdem sind nur diese Klasse 10 Karten unterstützt. Welchen Ausgang des M20d benutze ich für meine Endstufe oder meine Aktivbox wenn ich mixe? Benutzen Sie ein symmetrisches XLR Kabel um den linken und rechten Ausgang "Main Outs" mit den Eingängen Ihrer Endstufe oder Aktivbox zu verbinden. Wie verbinde ich mein StageScape M20d mit meinem Computer zum Aufnehmen? Bevor Sie Ihr M20d an Ihren Computer anschließen müssen Sie die neusten Line 6 Treiber auf Ihrem Computer installieren. Benutzen Sie dazu folgenden Link: Folgen Sie dann einfach den Anweisungen des Installationsprogrammes um die Treiber korrekt zu installieren. Sobald das Installationsprogramm fertig ist können Sie per USB Kabel Ihr M20d am "PC" Port mit dem Computer USB Port verbinden. Kann ich Kondensatormikrofone, die eine 48V Phantomspeisung benötigen, an das StageScape M20d anschließen? Das StageScape M20d hat Phantomspeisung auf den XLR Eingängen 1-12. Um die Phantomspeisung zu aktivieren müssen Sie auf das Input/Output Panel oben in der Mitte das Setup, Monitor oder Perform Fensters und dann auf 48V auf der linken Seite drücken für je nachdem welche Anschlüsse Sie die Phantomspeisung benötigen. Wo kann ich Kopfhörer einstecken um meinen Mix abzuhören? Das StageScape M20d hat einen separaten Kopfhörerausgang um präzises, genaues Abhören zu gewährleisten. Verbinden Sie einfach Ihre Kopfhörer an den 6.3mm Kopfhörerausgang "Phones" des StageScape, schon können Sie die Lautstärke der Kopfhörer am Regler daneben einstellen. Wie bekomme ich ein Signal aus den "Main Outs" des StageScape M20d? Für eine Übersicht über den Mixprozess des M20d können Sie sich unser Video zum StageScape anschauen: "Getting Started" außerdem die Hauptseite des M20d und zusätzlich das Forum besuchen. Achtung, nur verfügbar in Englisch. Wie benutze ich Bühnenmonitore mit dem StageScape M20d? Das StageScape M20d hat 4 voneinander unabhängige Monitorausgänge "Monitor Outs", wovon jeder seinen eigenen individuellen Monitor Mix hat. Verbinden Sie das StageScape einfach über einen der A, B, C oder D Monitorausgänge mit dem Eingang des Bühnenmonitors. Wieviele Eingänge hat das M20d insgesamt? Das StageScape M20d hat insgesamt 20 Eingänge verfügbar: 12 digital gesteuerte Hochleistungsmikrofon-, lineeingänge mit automatischer Erkennung. 4 zusätzliche symetrische 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. Wo kann ich ein erweitertes Benutzerhandbuch für das StageScape M20d finden? Für das StageScape M20d gibt es kein erweiterte Benutzeranleitug, stattdessen gibt es mehrere verschiedene kleine Hnadbücher die die Themen Global FX, Channel Processing, L6 Link Setup, Monitor Mode und andere ausarbeiten. Wo kann ich die Benutzerhandbücher finden? Alles erhältlichen Produkthandbücher für das StageScape M20d können Sie auf folgender Seite finden: Wo kann ich mein neues StageScape M20d registrieren? Alle Line 6 Produkte können auf folgender Seite registriert werden: Welche Arten von Pedalen kann ich an das StageScape M20d anschließen? Das StageScape M20d funktioniert mit allen 6.35mm mono (zweipoligen) Fußpedalen. Ist es möglich zwei StageScape M20d simultan (oder zwischen ihnen wechselnd) in der iPad App zu benutzen? Es ist einem iPad möglich zwei StageScape M20d zu steuern, aber nur indem es zwischen beiden wechselt, simultan können diese nicht benutzt werden. Der Benutzer kann auf seinem iPad ein StageScape zur gleichen Zeit kontrollieren indem er eines im WiFi Menu auswählt. Wie sende ich ein Monitorsignal? Schließen Sie vorerst eine Aktivbox an den Monitorausgang des M20d an. Ein Monitor wird nun auf dem Bildschirm des M20d erscheinen mit dem Buchstaben A, B, C oder D je nachdem wo Sie die Aktivbox eingesteckt haben. Einer der Drehknöpfe wird nun in blau aufleuchten, was die Kontrolle des Pegels eines Monitors darstellt. Benutzen Sie diesen um den Monitor Gain bis an die weiße Einkerbung zu drehen. Gehen Sie dann zum Monitor Fenster des M20d und dort werden nun alle Knöpfe von aktiven Kanälen blau aufleuchten. Passen Sie hier nun die Pegel der aktiven Kanäle an, die Sie an Ihren Monitor schicken wollen. Wie sende ich ein Effektsignal? Effektsignal, welche für gewöhnlich für Zeit bezogene Effekte (Reverbs, Delays, Chorus, Flange und Vocal Doubler) reserviert sind kann man im Global FX Menu finden. Im Tweak Menu wählen Sie oben links den Kanal Global FX aus. Wählen Sie nun den Global Effect aus den Sie gerne benutzen würden und wählen Sie dann den Ausgang an der linken Seite aus an den Sie das Signal senden wollen. Benutzen Sie dann den violett aufleuchtenden Drehknopf um den Pegel einzustellen. Werden Global FX Effekte auf meinen kompletten Mix angewandt? Nein, globale effekte sind global, da jeder Kanal individuell Zugriff auf globale Effekt hat. Die globalen Effekte ersetzen hier die "aux buses" auf anderen Mixern, dort hat man normalerweise auf anderen Mixern Zeit bezogene Effekte wie Reverb oder Delay. Weitere Informationen können Sie in der oberen Anwort finden. Warum schaltet die Option "mute all" meine Kopfhörer nicht stumm? "Mute all" schaltet alle Signale, die an Main Outs und Monitor Out gesendet werden stumm, so können Sie Einstellungen anhand des Kopfhöreres vornehmen ohne, dass das Signal an die Ausgänge gesendet wird. Wie kann ich manuell Inserts hinzufügen? Zur Zeit können Inserts nicht manuell verwaltet oder hinzugefügt werden, da Inserts Teil der DSP Presets sind, die im Tweak Fenster erreichabr sind. Insert Presets können für zuküntige Nutzung abgespeichert und geladen werden. Insert Presets aus anderen Instumenten laden wird das Icon des Kanals auf der Bühne verändern. Z.B.: Wenn Sie einen "Male Vocal" Kanal haben und versuchen das "Bongos" Preset im Tweak Menu zu laden, wird das Icon des Kanals zum Bongos Icon. Wo kann ich Mute/Solo für meine Kanäle einschalten? Mute/Solo für Ihre Kanäle sind im Perform Fenster benutzbar. Um zwischen Solo und Mute zu klicken Sie "Show Solo Buttons" oben im Bild an. Wenn ich L6 Link benutze wird mir kein Monitor auf der Bühne angezeigt. Warum? Wenn Sie L6 Link benutzen müssen manuell einen Monitor auf die Bühne stellen. Monitore werde nur dann automatisch erstellt, wenn Sie ein XLR Kabel in einen "Monitor Out" einstecken. Wie kann ich meine Kanäle gruppieren? Im Setup Fenster doppelklicken Sie den Drehknopf eines freien Kanals um das "Group Assign" Menu zu öffnen. Von dort aus können Sie dann die Kanäle auswählen, die Sie gerne zusammen in einer Gruppe hätten. Sie können alle Global Effect Returns in eine Gruppe oder mit anderen Kanälen legen. Kann ich die Kanalfarben verändern um meine Eingangsarten besser zu organisieren? Nein, Kanalfarben sind fixe Einstellungen und somit nicht veränderbar. Muss ich im "Perform" Modus sein um zu spielen? Nein, der "Perform" Modus ist jedoch für die best möglichest Performancemanagement geeignet, da Sie hier mixen un Ihre Scenen verwalten können. Alle Ausgänge bleiben vollkommen funktionstüchtig in anderen Modi. Was ist der Unterschied zwischen Level und Trim? Trim ist der Eingangs-Gain des M20d während Level die Lautstärke eines Kanals innerhalb des Mixes darstellt. Oder anders, Trim ist der Vorverstärker und Level der Fader. Wie kann ich einen externen Signalverarbeiter (ESP) an mein M20d anschließen? Benutzen Sie dazu einen Monitor Out um den Prozessor zu speisen, verbinden Sie den Ausgang des Prozessors mit einem symmetrischen Line Eingang 13-16 oder einem offenen Eingang 1-12 falls die symmetrischen schon besetzt sind. Hat das M20d einen HI-Z Instrumenteingang? Jeder der 12 Kombieingänge akzeptiert XLR und 6.35mm Instrumentkabel. Was ist FBS? FBS steht für FeedBack Suppression und ist die eingebaute Rückkopplungsunterdrückung des M20d. Kann der "Quick Capture" Modus auch länger als 20 Sekunden aufnehmen? Ja, aber die Aufnahme von mehr als 20 Sekunden erfordert eine USB Festplatte (mit eigener Stromversorgung), SD Karte oder Computer. Wie benutze ich WiFi mit dem M20d? WiFi auf dem M20d erfordert einen unterstützten WiFi USB Stick. Unterstützte Produkte können Sie hier finden. Wie lösche ich eine Spur? Im Setup Modus wählen Sie das Icon der Spur aus, die Sie löschen wollen und tippen dann auf den roten Papierkorb oben rechts in der Ecke. Wo kann ich Pan einstellen? Im Setup oder Perform Fenster können Sie Pan einstellen indem Sie oben auf das Panel drücken. Dann wählen Sie im Dropdown Menu "Pan" aus. Im Tweak Modus können Sie dann Pan individuell für jeden Kanal einstellen per orangenem Drehknopf. Der Pan Regler ist unten links in der Ecke angezeigt. Kann ich einen Limiter auf meine Main Outs setzen? Im Tweak Modus tippen Sie auf die Kanalauswahl oben links, klicken Sie auf "Output Channel" dann "Main Out". Wählen Sie "Deep Tweak" oben in der Mitte aus. Dort werden Sie dann HiPass Filter, 4 band compressor, 6 band EQ, 4 band limiter und L6 Link Grafik Equalizer als Ausgänge wählen. Gibt es einen grafischen Equalizer für meinen Mix? Ein grafischer Equalizer ist verfügbar, wenn Sie Ihr M20d mit L6 Link benutzen. Im Tweak Modus unter Deep Tweak dann L6 Link EQ anklicken. Grafische Equalizer können auf alle Ausgänge gelegt werden, werden aber nur aktiv bei Benutzung des L6 Link. Wie kann ich den Namen eines Kanals ändern? Im Setup Fenster wählen Sie vorerst einen Eingang auf Ihrer Bühne aus. Dann klicken Sie oben rechts im Bild auf die Computertastatur um den Namen zu ändern. Oder Sie klicken oben rechts im Bild auf das kleine Bild des Eingangs des Sie ausgewählt haben. Von dort aus können Sie dann das Icon oder den Namen ändern. Wieso flackert die Zahl meines Icons eines Kanals auf der Bühne in gelb? Sie haben ein Icon auf die Bühne gesetzt ohne dazugehörigen Eingang. Der gelbe Indikator ist ein Platzhalter für den gewählten Kanal. Kann ich einen Eingang neu zuweisen nachdem ich ein Icon auf der Bühne erstellt habe? Ja, im Setup Modus klicken Sie oben in der Mitte auf I/O, dann tippen Sie auf den Eingang den Sie gerne bewegen wollen und doppelklicken dann den Eingang auf den Sie diesen zuweisen wollen. Kann ich zwei M20d synchronisieren, sodass beide ein Stereo Main Mix ausgeben? Nein, Sie können 2 M20d's nicht synchronisieren. Wenn Sie 2 M20d's haben und mehr als 16 Eingänge benötigen empfehlen wir 1 M20d als Submixer zu benutzen indem Sie dessen Main Outs mit 2 Eingängen des anderen M20d verbinden. In diesem Fall dient der letztere M20d als Main Out für die Lautsprecher. *** Achtung, bekannter Fehler: Phantomspeisung auf den Eingängen 7-12 speichert nicht auf Szenen oder Setups. Dieser Fehler wurde jedoch im Firmware Update 1.10 behoben.*** F.A.Q. StageScape M20d Je ne sais pas connecter mon iPad avec mon StageScape avec Apple Airport Express. Qu'est-ce que je peux faire? Assurez-vous que la lumière sur le front de votre Airport Express est vert continu et pas jaune clignotant. Si la lumière clignote jaune, vous devez éventuellement utiliser l'Airport Utility pour reconfigurer votre Airport Express. Sur Windows, téléchargez Airport Utility (Choisissez Airport Utility 5.5.3 si vous utilisez Windows XP ou Vista et 5.6.1 pour Windows 7). Si vous avez un ordinateur Mac, le logiciel Airport Utility est déjà sur votre Mac (Applications -> Utilitaires -> Airport Utility). Suivez ces étapes pour configurer Airport Express. Si le programme veut que vous entrez un mot de passe, c'est seulement pour connecter au internet et pas pour connecter iPad et StageScape. Si j'ai actualisé le firmware de mon StageScape M20d, il toujours dit que j'ai le vieux firmware. Qu'est-ce que c'est? Si vous mettez à jour votre firmware du StageScape M20d, veuillez uniquement connecter l'unité de stockage sur lequel vous avez enregistré la mise à jour firmware. Si j'ai actualisé le firmware de mon StageScape M20d, l'application StageScape ne fonctionne plus. Qu'est-ce que c'est? Le firmware sur votre StageScape M20d et l'application StageScape doivent être sur la même version. Si vous avez mis à jour le firmware du mixer, téléchargez la version nouvelle de l'application également. Est-ce que je peux ouvrir des Setups que j'ai faits sur firmware 1.10 sur un StageScape à la version 1.00? Oui, vous pouvez restaurer ces Setups sur un StageScape qui est sur une version vielle mais quelques Setups avec des monitors stéréo peuvent causer des erreurs. Dans ce cas, enregistrez le Setup sans monitor stéréo sur la version 1.10 et le Setup s'ouvre correctement sur le vieux firmware. Est-ce qu'il y en a une longueur maximale pour les connexions L6 Link? Oui, toutes les connexions L6 Link demandent des câbles AES/EBU avec une longueur maximale de 15 mètres. Connecter plusieurs câbles ensemble n'est pas recommandé. Quelle est la différence entre une Scene et un Setup? Les Scenes sont une partie d'un Setup et si vous allez sur un Setup nouveau sans enregistrer votre Setup actuel, les Scenes que vous avez faits sur le premier Setup ne sont pas enregistré et vous les perdez. Si vous avez un concert, 3 groupes avec 5 chansons par groupe. Chaque groupe a son propre Setup avec une Scene par chanson. Donc vous avez 3 Setups avec chaque contenir 5 scènes. Pans, effects et levels sont enregistrés dans la SCENE mais Les Stage Icon , input channels et channel trims sont enregistré dans votre SETUP. Combien de temps est-ce que le StageScape M20d peut enregistrer? Les durées d'enregistrement sont inscrites en minutes:secondes. *248:36 est le temps d'enregistrement maximal. 2Go est la taille maximale d'un fichier. M20d n'enregistre plus si la carte SD ou disque dur a moins que 64 Mo d'espace libre. Quels produits USB WiFi sont compatibles avec StageScape M20d? Seulement l'EnGenius EUB-9801, Samsung WIS12ABGNX (WIS9ABGN and a WIS10ABGN are NOT compatible), Linksys AE1000 (AE1200 et AE2500 ne fonctionnent pas) et le Samsung WIS10ABGN sont compatibles avec StageScape M20d. C'est possible d'utiliser l'adaptateur Apple USB à Ethernet (UPC: 885909439560) et un routeur WiFi Ethernet. Quelles cartes SD sont compatibles avec StageScape M20d? Toutes les cartes SD de classe 10 fonctionnent avec le StageScape M20d. Seulement ces cartes sont supportées. Quelle sortie du StageScape M20d est-ce que j'utilise pour mon moniteur amplificateur ou enceinte active quand je mixe? Utilisez un câble symétrique XLR pour connecter les sorties XLR G/D "Main Outs" aux entrées de votre moniteur amplificateur ou enceinte active. Comment est-ce que je connecte mon StageScape M20d avec mon ordinateur pour l'enregistrer? Avant que vous le connectiez à votre ordinateur, vous devez installer les pilotes les plus nouveaux sur l'ordinateur. Téléchargez ces pilotes Line 6 sur notre site web des logiciels: Suivez les instructions dans la fenêtre du programme d'installation. Une fois l'installation est terminée, connectez un câble USB avec le port USB "PC" du StageScape M20d avec un port USB de votre ordinateur. Est-ce que je peux utiliser un microphone à condensateur, qui a besoin d'alimentation fantôme 48V, avec mon StageScape M20d? Le StageScape M20d a l'alimentation fantôme disponible sur les entrées XLR 1 à 12. Pour activer l'alimentation fantôme, tapez le panneau Input/Output en centre supérieur et tapez le bouton "48V" à gauche des entrées 1 à 6 et 7 à 12 pour activer l'alimentation fantôme pour chaque ligne. Où est-ce que je connecte mes écouteurs pour monitoring? Le StageScape M20d inclus une sortie spécialement pour des écouteurs pour monitoring vos mixes. Connectez les écouteurs à la sortie 6.35mm "Phones" du StageScape M20d et ajustez le bouton "Phones" pour régler le volume. Comment est-ce que je peux recevoir un signal des sorties principaux du StageScape M20d? Pour une présentation de la procédure de mixage, veuillez voir le vidéo "Getting Started", le site principal du M20d et le forum. Comment est-ce que j'utilise des retours de scène avec mon StageScape M20d? Le StageScape M20d dispose de quatre sorties moniteurs indépendants avec des mixages moniteurs séparés. Connectez des câbles XLR symétriques du "Monitor Out" A, B, C ou D dans l'entrée de vos retours de scène. Combien d'entrées sont sur le StageScape M20d? Le StageScape M20d dispose de 20 canaux d'entrés: 12 entrées mic/line d'haute performance, contrôlés digitalement avec détection automatique. 4 entrées line symétriques avec détection automatique. 2 entrées pour streaming digitale du ordinateur, clé USB ou carte SD. 1 entrée stéréo line pour intégrer un lecteur MP3 ou une autre source audio. Où est-ce que je peux trouver un guide d'utilisation avancé pour le StageScape M20d? Nous n'avons pas un guide d'utilisation avancé pour le StageScape M20d, plutôt, nous avons une série des guides petits qui donnent des détails au sujet du traitement du canal, Global FX, L6 Link Setup, Monitor Mode et autres. Où est-ce que je peux trouver des manuels d'utilisation pour le StageScape M20d? Tous les manuels sont listés sur ce site web: Où est-ce que je peux enregistrer mon StageScape M20d? Les produits Line 6 peuvent être enregistrés sur ce site web: Quels types de commutateurs au pied est-ce que je peux utiliser pour les entrées des commutateurs au pied ("Footswitch") sur le StageScape M20d? Le StageScape M20d fonctionne avec tous les commutateurs au pied 6.35mm jack 2 points. Est-ce que c'est possible de contrôler deux StageScape M20d simultanément (ou bascule entre eux) dans l'application iPad? C'est possible pour un iPad de basculer entre deux StageScape M20d mais ce n'est pas possible de les contrôler simultanément. L'utilisateur peut choisir un StageScape en même temps en sélectant un des StageScape WiFi. Comment puis-je envoyer un signal au moniteur? D'abord, vous devez connecter une enceinte active à une sortie moniteur du M20d. Un moniteur apparait dans la "Stage" nommé A, B, C ou D selon l'entrée vous avez utilisé. Un encodeur s'allumera en bleu qui montre qu'il contrôle le niveau du moniteur. Utilisez cet encodeur pour ajuster le "gain" du moniteur jusqu'à l'entaille blanche sur le signal moniteur. Allez à la page moniteur du M20d. Tous les encodeurs s'allument en bleu. Ajustez ici les niveaux des canaux actifs que vous voulez transmettre au moniteur. Comment puis-je envoyer un signal "Effect"? L'envoi d'"Effects" est réservé pour les effets basés sur le temps (Reverbs, Delays, Chorus, Flange, et Vocal Doubler). Vous les pouvez trouver dans Global FX. Allez dans la fenêtre Tweak, sélectez votre canal en gauche supérieur Global FX. Sélectez le Global FX que vous voulez utiliser et sélectez la sortie dans la liste à gauche. Un encodeur s'allume en pourpre si vous avez sélecté un Global FX. Utilisez cet encodeur pour ajuster le niveau de l'effet. Est-ce que le Global FX applique sur tout le mixage? Non, les effets globaux sont globaux parce-que tous les canaux peuvent envoyer un signal à un effet global. Les effets globaux remplacent les "aux buses" sur autres mixeurs (C'est la place ou vous avez vos effets basés sur le temps normalement.). Information supplémentaire est dans la réponse au-dessus. Pourquoi est-ce que "Mute all" n'assourdi pas mes écouteurs? "Mute all" assourdi tous les signaux envoyés aux moniteurs et "Main Outs" comme-ca vous pouvez faire des ajustements dans vos écouteurs sans envoyer un signal aux sorties. Comment est-ce que je peux ajouter manuellement des inserts? À ce moment, inserts ne sont pas ajouté ou administré manuellement parce-que les inserts sont une partie des presets DSP dans la fenêtre Tweak. Les presets insert peuvent être enregistré et chargé pour un usage futur. Si vous chargés un preset insert d'un autre instrument, l'icône de ce canal change. Si vous avez un canal "Male Vocal" et vous essayez de charger le "Bongos" preset dans le menu Tweak, cette action change l'icône dans un icône "Bongos". Où est-ce que je peux assourdir et solo mes canaux? Les muets ou solos sont disponibles dans le menu Performance Mode. Pour basculer entre solo et "mute", sélectez "Show Solo Buttons" en haut. Si j'utilise L6 Link, pourquoi est-ce qu'il n'y en a pas un icône moniteur sur mon écran? Si vous utilisez L6 Link, vous avez besoin de créer un icône moniteur vous-mêmes. Les moniteurs sont seulement créés automatiquement si vous l'insérez dans une sortie moniteur XLR. Comment est-ce que je groupe mes canaux? Dans le mode "Setup", double cliquez l'encodeur d'un canal vide pour ouvrir le menu "Group Assign". Ici vous pouvez choisir les canaux pour le groupe. Vous pouvez grouper tous les effets globaux return ou autres canaux dans un groupe. Puis-je changer les couleurs des canaux pour organiser mes types d'entrée? Non, les couleurs des canaux sont fixés. Doi s-je être dans le mode "Perform" pour jouer? "Perform" est le mode où vous pouvez mixer et gérer vos scènes, c'est pour la gestion de performances mais tous les sorties sont actifs dans les autres modes. Quelle est la différence entre "level" et "trim"? Trim est le gain d'entrée du M20d et Level est le volume du canal dans le mix. En quelque sorte, Trim est le préamplificateur et Level est le fader du canal. Comment est-ce que je connecte un processeur de signal externe à mon M20d? Utilisez une sortie moniteur pour le processeur, connectez la sortie du processeur à une entrée line symétrique 13 à 16 ou une entrée line "open" 1 à 12 si tous les entrées symétriques sont prises. Est-ce que le M20d a une entrée pour un instrument HI-Z? Chacun des 12 entrées combi accepte un câble 6.35mm ou XLR. Qu'est-ce qu'un FBS? FBS veut dire FeedBack Suppression, c'est la suppression du feedback intégré dans le M20d. Est-ce que le "Quick Capture" peut enregistrer plus que 20 secondes? Oui, mais enregistrer plus que 20 secondes faut un disque dur USB (avec sa propre alimentation), carte SD ou ordinateur connecté au M20d. Comment puis-je utiliser WiFi sur mon M20d? WiFi sur le M20d demande une clé USB WiFi soutenue. Clés USB WiFi soutenus: WiFi USB Adapter & SD card Compatibility and Connectivity Comment puis-je supprimer un track? En mode "Setup" sélectez l'icône du track que vous voulez supprimer et tapez la rouge corbeille en droite supérieur pour supprimer un track. Où puis-je contrôler Pan? En mode Perform or Setup, les options Pan peuvent être contrôlées dans le menu encodeur en supérieur de l'écran. Sélectez Pan du menu déroulant. En Mode Tweak, vous pouvez ajuster Pan individuellement pour chaque canal des encodeurs orange. Les réglages sont affichés en gauche inférieur du menu Tweak. Puis-je mettre un limiteur sur mes "Main Outs"? En mode "Tweak" tapez la sélection canal en supérieur gauche, sélectez "Output Channels" et "Main Out". Après, sélectez "Deep Tweak" en centre supérieur. Là vous pouvez trouver un filtre "HiPass", "4 Band Compressor", "6 Band EQ", "4 Band Limiter" et "L6 Link graphic eq" pour les sorties. Est-ce qu'il y en a un égaliseur graphique pour mon mix? Un égaliseur graphique est disponible sur le M20d si vous utilisez L6 Link. Il peut-être trouvé en mode Tweak sous "Deep Tweak" et "L6 Link EQ". Les égaliseurs graphiques peuvent être placés sur tous les sorties mais sont seulement actives si vous utilisez L6 Link. Comment puis-je changer le nom d'un canal? En mode Setup, sélectez une entrée sur le Stage. Si vous avez choisissez un canal, tapez l'icône d'un clavier en supérieur droite pour changer le nom. Ou, tapez la petite image de l'entrée et changez le nom et icône dans ce menu. Pourquoi est-ce que l'icône d'un canal Stage clignote jaune? Parce-que vous avez créé un icône dans le Stage sans entrée connecté. L'indicateur jaune serve comme un espace réservé pour le canal désigné. Puis-je réassigner une entrée une fois j'ai créé l'icône dans Stage? Oui, en mode Setup, tapez "I/O" en centre supérieur et tapez l'entrée vous voulez déplacer et après double-tapez l'entrée sur lequel vous le voulez assigner. Puis-je synchroniser deux M20d dans un système qui délivre à une main mix stéréo? Non, vous ne pouvez pas synchroniser 2 M20d. Si vous avez 2 M20d et vous avez besoin de plus que 16 entrées, nous recommandons d'utiliser 1 M20d comme "submixer" avec les deux "main outs" connectés à 2 entrées de l'autre M20d. Dans ce cas, le dernier M20d sera utilisé comme sortie principale des haut-parleurs. ***Problème connu: L'alimentation fantôme dans les entrées 7 à 12 n'enregistre pas sur les Scenes et Setups. Ce problème a été résolu avec version 1.10 du firmware.***
  7. Pocket POD Express Pocket POD Express Pilot's Guide: see attachments below. Pocket POD Express ADVANCED Guide: see attachments below. Q: What is the warranty on my Pocket POD? A: The Warranty on the Pocket POD is 90 days from the date of purchase on the receipt. Q: Can I purchase model packs for my Pocket POD Express? A: No, Line 6 model packs are only available for our POD® XT, TonePort and GuitarPort family devices. Q: Is there a software like Vyzex that I can edit the Pocket POD with? A: No, The Pocket Pod Express will not be editable by software means. Advanced Guide.pdf Pilot Guide.pdf
  8. 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), stereo effects loop (Send and Return each has stereo L and R 1/4" jacks), 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, 2.5mm barrel diameter). No battery power option available Product Dimensions: 15.5" (L) x 12" (W) x 3.5" (H) Weight: 10.2 lbs Q: How many total effects are there in the M13? A: With the latest 2.04 Firmware update found at, there are 109 total effects available on the M13. Q: How many of each type of effect is there on the M13? A: Distortions/Comps/EQ/Volume: 30 Modulations: 22 Filter/Pitch: 26 Delays: 19 Reverbs: 12 Registration & Warranty Q: How do I register my M13? 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 M13? A: Twelve months from the date of purchase. Authorized Line 6 Service Centers, 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 M13? A: You can perform a factory reset by entering the Setup screen and turning the Model Select knob on FX UNIT 4 until the corresponding parameter displays ‘RST FACT?’ You can then press down on the Model Select Knob twice to reset the unit. You can also re-install the flash memory to return the M13 to factory settings. Q: Does Line 6 M13 Stompbox Modeler include guitar amp or cab modeling? A: Nope. Just stompboxes. Q: Will the looper still work while I'm changing sounds and scenes? A: Absolutely. Once you have captured your looped creation, leave it repeating and go back to using any of the effects. Q: Where's the tuner? A: Press and hold down the TAP TEMPO button to activate the tuner. When activated, the tuner shows up in the LCD. By default, once the tuner is activated all signals are muted. Q: What is a "Scene"? A: A "scene" is a pedal board arrangement on your Line 6 M13 Stompbox Modeler with 12 available effects, up to 4 at once. Q: How does Latch Scene mode work? A: You can switch between the different Scenes (presets) of the M13 with a single button press. You must first go into the M13’s SETUP menu (hold the Looper Controls button for a few seconds), and in the FX3 screen, turn the middle knob in the bottom row clockwise to change the SCENE mode to ‘LATCH’. Now exit the SETUP menu (hit Looper Controls again) and press the SCENES switch to view the different Scenes of effects. Now, when you press on each of the Scenes footswitches, it will call up the Scene, but you will remain in the Scenes view allowing you to change to a different Scene of effects with a single button press. 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 12 different scenes in one Scene Folder. With 4 Scene Folders, you get 48 total scenes on the M13! Press the scenes button to access the scenes and turn the MODEL SELECT knob on FX Unit 1 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 M13 Scene Backup document. Q: Where can I get the factory scenes for my M13? A: You can regain the factory scenes on the M13 following the reset procedure described above, or you can download the individual scenes from the Institute of Noise website. Q: Which expression pedals can I use with the M13? A: We recommend using the Line 6 EX-1 or the Mission Engineering EP1-L6 expression pedals. 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 length of your delay time, dial up the reverb mix, or change the depth of your tremolo. Q: One of my LCD screen's color appears to be different than the other LCD's that have the same model family selected. Can I adjust the color to match the other displays (i.e. I have 4 cascading Delay models and screen #2 appears to be not quite as "green" as the other 3)? A: Yes. Power off the unit. Hold down the "Model Select" knob of LCD screen #3. Power on the unit. You can now adjust the relative color of each LCD display screen relative to the other ones.
  9. Q: Will the Stompbox Modelers work with other instruments besides guitar? Yes, the Stomp Box Modelers will work with just about any "instrument level" device including bass guitar. Q: How can I reset my DL4 to the factory presets? A: You can reset your pedal to the factory settings by powering it up with the A and D footswitches held down - the power is turned on and off on the modeler pedals by inserting a plug into the left mono input jack. Q: How can I set up my DL4 in an effects chain? What kind of power supply does the DL4 require? A: For information on setting up your DL4 in an effects chain or power supply information, please click here. Q: Does the DL4 have reverb? A: The DL4 delay Modeler does not have reverb. It has 15 different delay models and a loop sampler. Q: What are some features and functions of the looper? A: The DL4 Loop Sampler function operates at 14 seconds to summed mono outputs at regular speed, and 28 seconds at half speed. A loop sampled and played at normal speed, then switched to half speed, will drop the pitch an octave. A loop sampled and played at half speed will play back at normal pitch. If the speed is then returned to normal, the pitch will be raised an octave. When the DL4 is in 1/2 speed mode, the sampling rate and consequently the bandwidth have been halfed. This shouldn't be very noticeable though as this halfed bandwidth is still wider than most standard electric guitar amps. If you were using the unit with a very clean, bright electric guitar (or acoustic guitar)and monitoring through studio monitors, you may notice the change in bandwidth. While in "Loop Sampler" mode, the DL4 will receive signal through each of its two inputs simultaneously. The input signal will then be summed to mono, sampled and then sent to the two outputs. In order to sample both inputs separately (or in stereo), the unit would have required two separate sample processors and a lot more RAM. Needless to say, this would have increased the cost of the unit dramatically. All other DL4 "Delay Models" will however have a discrete left and right stereo output. Q: How can I use an EX-1 Expression pedal with my DL4? A: For information on using an EX-1 expression pedal with the DL4, please click here. Q: How is the Expression pedal implemented in the loop/sampler portion of the DL4? Can you adjust the feedback level of the loop (so loops start to fade), or just the mix of loop in the output signal? A: The expression pedal works the same way in the Loop Sampler mode as it does in the regular delay mode. You can set the toe-down position of the pedal to one setting of the knobs (excluding the model selector knob) and the heel-down position to another setting. For example you could have the toe-down position set for the loop mix (mix knob) at maximum, the delay level (tweez) at medium, the delay modulation (tweak)at minimum, the delay repeats at half-way, and the delay time set fast (say 3 o'clock). You could then put the pedal in the heel-down position and set the knobs for the loop level at minimum, the delay level at maximum, the modulation at minimum, the repeats at minimum and the delay time long (say 9 o'clock). Now when you're playing (and the play/stop button is switched on), putting the pedal in the toe down position will give you the loop at full volume, pre-loop delay that is of medium volume volume with no modulation and a fast time. When you switch to heel-down, you'd get no loop (even with the play/stop button switched on)with a long single delay that is very loud. Yes it will remember your settings after you turn the DL4 off. The loop sampler can either play the loop indefinitely (until you hit the stop button)or play it one time only then stop (Button C). It will not trail off on it's own. You would have to use the expression pedal to ride it's level. Q: On the stomp-box modelers, how do I turn on the alternate (delay trails) bypass and what does it do? A: Alternate Bypass will allow the delay to remain in the signal (fade off into the distance) when the pedal is turned off, where True Bypass will stop the delay as soon as the pedal is turned off. Alternate bypass mode should prevent any drop in volume level when the pedal is engaged. In addition, it will not cut off delay trails in a long delay setting. To switch between true bypass and alternate bypass mode, you will need to hold down the a and c buttons at the same time for at least three seconds while inserting the left mono input(which will turn on the unit) to initialize alternate bypass. It will remember the selected bypass mode. Since it's a simple toggle, if you want to switch back, just repeat the process. Q: I'm having a hard time getting my bass loops to sync up with my drum tracks. It almost sounds as though the bass loops are slowing down. Is that possible? Or are there some tricks to getting the loops right on the money? A: What you are experiencing is caused by the fact that it is very difficult to record a perfectly timed loop. Even if the original loop is off by the slightest amount of time, that time will be compounded with every repeat of the loop. Example: if the end of the loop is 1ms off, after 10 loops the guitar parts are now 10ms faster or slower than the drum parts. After 15 loops it will have a 15ms difference etc...You may need to re-sample the loop if after using it 6-8 times it doesn't match perfectly. With practice, you will get the feel of the correctly timed loop. Q: Can I make the sampled loop louder without overpowering my guitar? A: While in the LOOP SAMPLER mode, a simple turn of the MIX knob should enable you to control the level of the initial loops. Also, using the DL4 with a Line 6 EX-1 Expression Pedal will enable you to "morph" between two different MIX settings on the fly, from the floor, in real time. Simply place the EX-1 in the "heel down" position and program the pedal to your first desired setting. Next, put the EX-1 in the toe down position and program your second desired setting. Now, move the pedal back and forth and morph away baby! More information on the DL4 can be found at our Stomp Box Modelers product page. Q: What is the "suppressed carrier" frequency of the ring modulator patch? Is it fixed, or does it change with the variable waveform control (tweak or tweez)? A: It is variable and controlled via the tweak knob. 0 = sine, 10 = square wave. Q: How do I get the "Alvin Lee" dotted eighth note rhythm or "U2/Edge" delay from the DL4 pedal? A: The Alvin Lee Dotted Eighth Note Rhythm: The "Alvin Lee" sound is a single slap-back repeat. To set it up: 1. Tap the dotted eighth rhythm into the Digital Delay model. 2. Set Repeats, Tweak and Tweez to zero and the mix to 1:00. It may seem difficult to tap that rhythm in with your foot, but with a little practice, it becomes pretty easy. There is no preset delay value of a dotted eighth rhythm in the Rhythmic Delay model. The "U2 / Edge" Delay: The "U2/Edge" sound has 1.5 to 2 repeats on each of the stereo delays. To set this up: 1. Set the delay model to stereo delay and the unit automatically defaults to the "U2" sound. The Edge delay is actually a dotted eighth rhythm on the left side and a quarter note rhythm on the right side. The way to adjust the delay to this sound is to set the delay time to 11:00, repeats to 7:30, Tweak to 11:30, Tweez to 7:30 and mix to 1:00. If you want the tempo to be faster, just move the Delay Time and Tweak knobs a little counter-clockwise. You will have to make adjustments by ear to get that perfect "dotted eighth and quarter note" sound. The default Tap Tempo rhythm for the models is a quarter note. It is not possible to change this default rhythm. The only solution would be to save the presets with a different rhythm. This would allow for six presets if you used the optional expression pedal.
  10. Q: What are ToneCore pedals?A: ToneCore pedals are the line of modeling stompboxes from Line 6. Each of the pedals in the Tone Core line include superior Line 6 tone and features, rugged die-cast construction, dual-action switching (tap tempo), and 9 Volt operation (or optional power supply). Q: Are ToneCore pedals "true bypass"? A: No. However, they use an FET style switching that removes the A/D converter from the audio when in Bypass. That being said, it is unlikely that you will notice any change in your tone as FET's are extremely quiet and very fast. Q: Are the ToneCore pedals buffered? A: Yes, all the Tonecore pedals are buffered. Q: Are the ToneCore pedals "true stereo"? Which models have stereo inputs/outputs? A: The following Tonecore pedals are true stereo (stereo inputs and outputs): The Tap Tremolo, Space Chorus, and Echo park. Q: What kind of connections do the ToneCore pedals utilize? A: All ToneCore pedals have unbalanced input and output jacks. Q: Does the delay have a looper?A: No. If you need looping controls and more elaborate delay features, the Line 6 DL4 sets the standard with 14 seconds of loop time, half-speed, and loop reverse. Q: How does the tap tempo work on the various pedals? A: ToneCore pedals feature a unique 2-IN-1 step footswitch used setting the tempo for time-based effects. 1) On all effects, step firmly on the footswitch to turn the effect On and Off. 2) On the effects like delay or tremolo, tap lightly on the footswitch a couple times to set the effect tempo. Q: Will the mono dock tap feature work with stereo modules? A: Yes, the tap feature will work the same in either a mono or stereo dock. Q: How do I power my ToneCore unit? A: The Line 6 DC-1 will power one unit at a time, or you can use a standard 9v battery that tests at 9 volts or higher. Avoid using the Line 6 PX-2 power supply (used with the POD series units), as it can damage your Tonecore unit. The DC-1 can be purchased directly from the Line 6 Store. Q: Can I daisy chain Tone Core pedals on a power supply?A: No, you will want to use isolated power supplies for each ToneCore. The Pedal Power 2 Plus can power up to 6 Tonecore pedals and two Modeling pedals at once. Q: What's the difference between these and the big stomp box modelers? A: The new ToneCores are standard, single button sized stompboxes with no preset programmability, while the four button modelers have presets that can be programmed. Q: Are these models based on vintage pedal effects or are they original? A: Some models are totally new and others were developed using modified versions of Line 6's effects library. Q: Can I run my Line 6 Tonecore pedal at line level either in an effect loop or between a keyboard and an amplifier? A: Yes, you should have no problems running a Tonecore pedal at line level either in an effect loop or between a keyboard and an amplifier. Q: How do I change the battery in my Tonecore pedal? A: Press firmly on both sides of the metal buttons (at the same time) where the pedal presses down. This will disengage the locking mechanism and you will be able to access the battery chamber underneath the pedal section of the Tonecore. Q: How do I get the pedal effect to turn off? A: Due to the unique 2-IN-1 step footswitch used to set the tempo for time-based effects, you need to push hard to engage/disengage the effect. You will hear/feel an audible "click" when the effect is activated/deactivated. Q: My dock was damaged but the module is fine. How can I replace it? A: The mono dock is the only replaceable part left for this product, and can be purchased directly from the Line 6 Store. Q: What are the setting for the pedals in the demonstrations? A: Unfortunately we have no record of the settings used for the demonstrations. Q: Do I need to have my Line 6 amplifier on a specific setting if I am going to utilize a Line 6 effect pedal? A: There is no specific setting you should use, but you may want to modify the effects in your presets when doing your initial setup to hear exactly what you are working on. Q: I notice a latency when you max the mix knob on the Echo Park? A: The mix knob full on means that you will only have delay, and none of the original guitar signal. if you are running the pedal between your guitar and amplifier you will most likely want to have the mix position at 50% value or less. Q: Is the dry signal passed through as analog and then mixed with the digital wet signal, or is the entire signal converted to digital, manipulated and then converted back to analog? A: The audio signal does a "full conversion" of analog to digital processing, and then back to analog processing. Q: What is the input and output impedence of the Tonecore series? A: Input impedence: ~680-800 ohms, output impedence: ~1Kohm. Q: What size Allen wrench is used to change the effect module? A: 7/64" A.E.S.
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