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  1. What is the Metallurgy Collection? The MetallurgyTM Collection of amplifier and effects plugins was created specifically for guitarists who wish to quickly and easily access contemporary versions of classic and modern metal tones—as well as craft original tones of their own. The Collection bundles the Modern, Thrash, and Doom plugins, which are also available individually. The Metallurgy Collection plugins feature amplifier and effects models drawn from the award-winning HX® family of products. How many amp models per plugin? Each Metallurgy plugin features four amplifier models carefully chosen to deliver a full range of genre-specific tones. What kind of effects are included? Pre-amplifier Effects Each Metallurgy plugin features 3 (or more) mono. style-specific effects, as well as a polyphonic capo, that can be used before the amp in the signal chain. Post-amplifier Effects Each Metallurgy plugin features two stereo, style-specific effects that may be used after the amp in the signal chain. What about Cabinets, Microphones, and IRs? Each Metallurgy plugin features a choice of eight speaker cabinets and eight microphones, all based on IRs. Two mics may be selected and combined with a stereo room mic array, and up to two third-party Impulse Responses (IRs) may be substituted for the factory mics. Once you’ve logged in and authorized your Metallurgy software, IRs purchased from the Line 6 Marketplace on the same account will be made available in Metallurgy. Can I automate parameters in the Metallurgy Collection? Yes. Nearly every parameter in the Metallurgy Collection can be automated. Does the Metallurgy Collection support MIDI parameter control? Yes, nearly every parameter in the Metallurgy Collection can be controlled via MIDI CC. Is amp switching and amp bypassing via MIDI Learn or automation available? Switching channels via midi/automation is not available because the plugin would have to load the DSP of the alternate channel – which is essentially another model being loaded. Changing amp models in general is not supported via midi and automation. You can bypass an amp model and its DSP by disabling (bypassing) the amp view in the top toolbar. That also is not supported via midi learn or automation. There are other ways to bypass/mute that are midi/automation supported within the cab view’s mixer. Is the UI resizable? Not at launch. We’re working on it. Does the Metallurgy Collection support Retina displays (2x resolution)? Yes. The Metallurgy Collection includes Retina support. Is there Undo/Redo functionality? Yes, Undo/Redo is included at launch, along with A/B Compare. Does the Metallurgy Collection have a built-in tuner? Yes, it does include a chromatic tuner. Will there be a standalone version? Yes, each plugin includes standalone functionality. Are there any artist presets? Not at launch. System and Hardware Requirements for the Metallurgy Collection Mac Computers: Mac OS X 10.14 or newer Runs natively on Silicon M1 systems running macOS 11.0 Big Sur or newer 64-bit AAX Native, Audio Units (AU), VST3 host DAW software Supported Sample Rates: 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz, 96 kHz Minimum Hardware Requirements Core i5 2.6GHz processor or faster 8GB of RAM 200MB of free disk space Internet connection required for initial license authorization and trial version Windows Computers: Windows 10 (64-bit only) or newer 64-bit AAX Native or VST3 host DAW software Supported Sample Rates: 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz Minimum Hardware Requirements Core i5 2.6GHz processor or faster 8GB of RAM 200MB of free disk space Internet connection required for initial license authorization and trial version Note: Standalone version running on Windows systems require use of an ASIO driver and interface What Digital Audio Workstations is the Metallurgy Collection compatible with? Supported Hosts The Metallurgy Collection has been tested and officially qualified against the DAW versions and plug-in formats below. If your DAW or DAW version is not listed below, we recommend trying the The Metallurgy Collection demo first to confirm compatibility. Your operating system must be compatible with your DAW for The Metallurgy Collection to work properly. Please refer to your DAW’s documentation for supported operating systems. Mac Pro Tools 2020, 2021 (AAX Native) Studio One Professional 5 (VST3, AU) Cubase 10.5, 11 (VST3) Ableton Live 11 (VST3) REAPER 6 (VST3, AU) Bitwig Studio 3 (VST3) Digital Performer 10 (AU) FL Studio 20 (AU) Logic Pro X 10.6.2 (AU) GarageBand 10 (AU) Windows Pro Tools 2020, 2021 (AAX Native) Studio One Professional 5 (VST3) Cubase 10.5, 11 (VST3) Ableton Live 11 (VST3) REAPER 6 (VST3) Bitwig Studio 3 (VST3) Digital Performer 10 (VST3) FL Studio 20 (VST3) Cakewalk by BandLab (VST3) Will The Metallurgy Collection work with iLok? There is no licensing available through iLok. Is there a demo version to try out? Yes. You can try before you buy! The free trial is fully functional for 15 days and is available at http://line6.com/software/. How can I purchase The Metallurgy Collection? The Metallurgy Collection can be purchased from http://shop.line6.com. I bought The Metallurgy Collection and I don't like it. Can I return it? The standard return policy is 15 days from the date of purchase. Contact Customer Service with a ticket at https://line6.com/company/contact/ to request a refund. How do I authorize the Metallurgy software on my computer? Download the latest version of the Metallurgy software at http://line6.com/software/ Run the Metallurgy software installer. We suggest you temporarily disable all third-party antivirus programs during installation. Follow the prompts and restart your computer if required. Launch your DAW, plugin host, or recording software, and insert the Metallurgy plugin into an audio track as an effect. (Note: the plugin may also be used via an aux bus.) Log in with the Line 6 account you used to purchase or activate the Metallurgy software. Click "Authorize This Computer" or the blue link displayed in the dialog. If you can't authorize your computer with the Metallurgy software, you may have exceeded the limit of authorized devices for your Line 6/YGG account. Visit https://line6.com/account/devices/ to de-authorize any unused devices to make room. You may also contact Customer Service at https://line6.com/company/contact/ to resolve authorization issues. How many computers can the Metallurgy Software be installed on with a single license? Licensing is tied to your Line 6 account. Up to four computers can share a single license simultaneously. Attempts to authorize a fifth computer will result in the Metallurgy software not responding. You'd need to deauthorize one of the previous four computers, then authorize the additional computer. How do I access third party IRs in the Metallurgy plugin? Drag IR files into your designated IR folder (Documents > Line 6 Metallurgy > Impulse Responses (Mac or Windows) and you will see them appear within the IR browser of all instances of your Metallurgy plugins and standalone apps. What are the exact amps and effects included in each plugin? Metallurgy: Modern Amps Vitriol Revv Generator Badonk Archetype Effects Rochester Comp Minotaur Caliper Drive Mod/Chorus Echo Dynamic Hall Reverb Metallurgy: Thrash Amps Rivet Clean Cali IV Placater Dirty Das Benzin Effects Throaty Wah Pillars OD Stupor OD 70s Chorus & Hot Springs reverb (Rivet Clean amp model only) Automatic Double Tracker Vintage Digital Delay Metallurgy: Doom Amps MOO)))N Mandarin Rocker Doom Mail Order Twin Effects Bighorn Fuzz Wringer Fuzz Vital Distortion Pebble Phaser Bias Trem & Hot Springs Reverb (included in the Mail Order Twin amp model only) Automatic Double Tracker Adriatic Delay
  2. I just acquired a Helix LT and am learning to use it. I have figured out how to make presets and things like that. But here's my problem... We play 4 or 5 songs each service and those songs vary from week to week... How do you make it easy to create a setlist (say with 4 songs in it) and make them easily accessible during the set? How do you make it easy to go from one song to the next that require different presets? And then, the following week, delete the songs in that setlist and add new songs to it? This is not rocket science but I can't seem to do this without having to jump through hoops to get it done. Makes me wanna sell the things and go back to stomp boxes. Someone please explain how you use and changes setlists each week. Thanks for any guidance you can provide.
  3. So i just got my Line 6 Spider V20 MKii for Christmas, and i have the Spider Controller app on my phone, but i don't know how to hook up my phone to the amp to use the Controller. Can I please get some help on this?
  4. Can't seem to find 2 factory spec measurements for my JTV69 or my Variax Standard tremolo rear edge height (as in pic - for a Fender it's 3.2mm) string height at 12th fret Yes, I know, I can just make it to whatever I'm comfortable with that doesn't affect playability or intonation. I'd like to be able to set it to factory standard though. Anybody know where I can find this information for the JTV69 and the Standard?
  5. Hi friends, since a number of years i am owning the Line 6 expression pedal (ex-1), that i want to connect to my KB37. As i remember i got it working one or two times with Gear Box (WahWah) but not in Pod Farm. After several restarts and maybe OS Upgrades (i started under XP, now we have WIndows 10), i cannot get it to work anymore. I have upgraded to the newest Drivers and Firmware using Line 6 Monkey. Has someone the same problem or can give me some hints? I attached the configuration as screenshot below. Is there a way to test whether it is possible to generally capture input signals from this LINE 6 Pedal? I have used the tool "Midi-OX" to check if midi messages can be captured and it looks like that it works (but not in Pod Farm). I've just found a post by myself from the year 2010 in this forum, where i was asking if the expression pedal feature has already been implemented in Pod Farm, because during that time it only seemed to be available in Gear Box. Has it been implemented now? With best regards and nice easter weekend Bjoern
  6. I bought the Pod Go and also purchased the Powercab 112 Plus also. I'm not able to get good tone using the two together and I'm unsure as to what the units settings should be set to in order for both units to preform at their best. I can not find a video or forum topic that provide guidance in the best connection settings when using the Pod Go and the Powercab 112 Plus together. For example: Do I need to turn the cab sim off on the Pod Go and use the Flat setting in the powercab or the cab simulation on the powercab? I can't figure out what the best settings are while using these two units together. Any help would be much appreciated.
  7. Today I walk through my guitar recording setup and my workflow. I've had a lot of questions so I figured we would go back to basics and see how it is we set stuff up. Here is the workflow: Line 6 Helix rack - UA Apollo Twin Duo - iMac - Presonus Studio One 4.0
  8. Hi there, I've ordered a pair of StageSource L2m speakers. My initial intension was to connect them via L6 link to the Helix. However I still want to include my Boss RC-300 in the setup. So I think I have to ditch L6-link and go from the Helix with 2x 1/4" out into the RC-300 L/R instrument ins and from the 1/4" outs into the L2m 1/4" (or XLR) in, right? Or am I missing some cabling option here? Maybe connecting the RC-300 in a send/return loop of the Helix instead? Is anybody using a similar setup with Helix, RC-300 and StageSource FRFRs? Best regards, Ace
  9. I was looking for recommendations or tips about how to get the most out of my Helix LT, keeping in mind I am not a professional musician. I have my Helix LT and I have it plugged in directly into the instrument input of a Boss Katana 100 amp. I want to get the best sound possible out of my Helix so would I be better suited to buy a PA speaker of some kind like the HeadRush or something to that affect or better speakers directly into my PC and bypass the amp all together? Or would anything not really make a significant difference compared to what I am already doing?
  10. Hi! So, I have been seriously considering buying Helix LT from Thomann, since its under 900€ there. How ever, I have never used these amp modeling units before, and my understanding of them is pretty limited. So, my question is: How would I setup the Helix LT to be able to use headphones, and play along with Spotify tracks on my PC? Just to be super clear, i want to hear BOTH Helix and Spotify from my headphones at the same time (duh) I do have a Focusrite Scarlett Solo 2nd gen audio interface which I plug my headphones into when normally using my PC. So would I need to connect the Helix to the Focusrite? If so, should I connect it to the microphone, or instrument slot? Or will it be enough to just connect the Helix to my PC with the USB cable, and then plug headphones into the Helix? I live in an apartment, so being able to use headphones and play along to music that way is a "must have" feature for me. I have been using amp sim softwares like Bias Amp before, and with those I have just plugged my guitar into my pedalboard, and the pedalboard into my Focusrite interface and that's it. Thank you so much for your help! I am really looking forward to getting the Helix if what I described is possible with it.
  11. Hey folks - I've got my floor unit set up to have 4 snapshots across the bottom, 4 stomps across the top for each preset. The goal is for each preset to represent a specific amp/guitar tone with the snapshots set for common or specific song parts (verse, chorus, lead, etc). I'm hoping to use the 4 stomps for in-the-moment adjustments, adding or bypassing an effect, etc. It's close, BUT. I find that when I select a stomp, the selection applies only while I stay in the same snapshot. When I switch to the next section of the tune, the effect won't be there unless I kick it again. I was hoping/assuming the stomps would stay active across snapshots. Like saying "If I stomp this, just leave it on in all my snapshots until I un-stomp it." But I can't find a setting to make it so. Am I asking too much? Doing it wrong? I find this is the most confusing part of working with Helix. Here's what a sample preset looks like for me right now: Preset: 12A Telecaster Twin FS2-5 = stomps (e.g. slapback, chorus, etc) FS7-10 = snapshots (e.g. clean, overdrive, lead built with a combination of amp, IR, distortion, compression, EQ and reverb) Thanks for any insights you've got!
  12. Solo Artist L3t can provide portable amplification for singer-songwriters, complete with EQ, reverb and modulation for each channel. Connect your acoustic guitar to the side panel Channel 1, which features Acoustic Modeling. Connect your microphone to the side panel Channel 2. Connect a portable media player, CD player, or DJ mixer to the rear panel Aux L/R inputs for backing accompaniment or intermission music. Small Club Duet L6 LINK provides an easy way for two artists - each with an L3t- to blend their signals together without the need for an external mixer. Connect the guitars to each speaker’s Channel 1, which features Acoustic Modeling. Connect the microphones to Channel 2. When two L3t speakers are connected together as an L6 LINK loop, (L6 LINK In of each speaker connected to the L6 LINK Out of the other), this stereo system can take advantage of both side mixer panels combined. All of the left and mono signals from both speakers’ inputs will play from the speaker labeled ‘L’, and all of the right and mono signals will play from the speaker labeled ‘r’. In this configuration example, two guitars and two microphones, and even two MP3 players could be used simultaneously. Small PA with Subs When using a traditional mixer with one or more L3s subs and non-Line 6 full-range speakers, connect to the subs’ inputs first. Connect the same channel’s output from each sub to the rear panel line input of each full-range speaker. Small PA with Subs When using a traditional mixer with one or more L3t/L3m towers and one or more L3s subs connected via L6 LINK, connect both the Main Left and Main Right outputs of the mixer to one L3s’s Left and Right inputs. Connect the L3s’s L6 LINK Out/Thru to an L3t or L3m you wish to designate as left. Continue daisy-chaining speakers via L6 LINK. L3 subs and towers will automatically configure themselves as left, right, or mono (left + right), according to the table available at the link below: In the illustration above, the first sub and first tower are designated left. As there are only two subs and two towers, the other L3t/L3m and L3s are automatically designated right. The floor monitor is connected via traditional means from the mixer’s monitor output. Large PA with Subs When using a traditional mixer with one or more L3t/L3m towers and one or more L3s subs connected via L6 LINK, connect both the Main Left and Main Right outputs of the mixer to one L3s’s Left and Right inputs. Continue daisy-chaining speakers via L6 LINK. Any L3 subs and towers will automatically configure themselves as left, right, or mono (left + right), according to the table available at the link below: In the illustration above, the three floor monitors exist on a separate L6 LINK network, and as they’re turned on their sides, will automatically sum the left and right channels of any signals received (‘b’ for both). StageScape M20d - Small PA Connect the L6 LINK out from a StageScape M20d mixer to the rear panel L6 LINK In on any speaker in the network. Any L3t/L3m towers and L3s subs on an L6 LINK network are numbered independently. In the illustration above, the two L3s subs (labeled SUB 1 and 2) will, by default, play left and right, respectively. The two upright L3t/L3m towers (numbered 1 and 3) will, by default, play left and right, respectively. L3t/L3m number 2, because it’s laid on its side, will automatically play discrete monitor feed A. Any speaker on the network can have its channel assignment changed from the M20d’s touch screen interface. StageScape M20d - Large PA In the illustration above, four L3s subs (labeled SUB 1-4) and seven L3t/L3m speakers (independently numbered 1-7) are daisy-chained from an M20d mixer. The subs and upright towers automatically configure themselves to be a powerful stereo mains system. L3t/L3m speakers on their side (numbers 3, 4, and 5) automatically configure themselves as stage monitors, and play monitor feed A, B, and C respectively. You can also reassign any speaker from the M20d touchscreen.
  13. Hey Guys! I've got a M5 pedal, that was dying slowly, as I thought. It was stuck in one preset, was rebooting constantly and no sound produced. I've tried to update the firmware, but it failed. Then I've managed to reset it to factory settings and it worked (actually I did it twice). Pedal does produce sound now, but it behaves not quite like it was before. It doesn't activate a preset until I tap both buttons. So I can scroll through the list of presets, but it would sound like the last preset I've edited. Then I tap both buttons and the selected preset activates. Before the reset it activated selected preset instantly. I've bought my pedal from a person, so I don't know how it should work with factory defaults. Maybe I could set it up to activate presets while scrolling through them? P.S. Also the expression pedal doesn't work with it anymore. Little dots appear, but no changes are made by the exp-pedal. But I'm not sure if it's working by itself.
  14. HELP PLEASE! Does anyone know if it is possibile to make helix remembering the last snapshot I used within a preset when I come back from another preset??? THANKS
  15. The Relay G10 utilizes 14 RF2 channels for transmission. The system performs a channel scan and sets itself to best channel every time the transmitter is docked into the receiver. This can take up to 15 seconds. If you are using G10 in a setup with other 2.4 GHz wireless devices, please make sure to switch on all other wireless devices first, allow them to initialize and set channels, then dock the G10 transmitter into the receiver for at least 15 seconds so the system can select a free channel. When using several G10 units, please start by docking the first unit, wait 15 seconds, undock it and plug it in. Please make sure that it is on (green LED on the transmitter). Then repeat this process with the next unit. The 14 channels are in place to give the system multiple options for finding the best transmission line. In a real-world environment, it is highly unlikely that a user would be able to use all 14 channels simultaneously, if they happened to own 14 G10 systems. In practice, it's feasible that operating up to eight G10 systems simultaneously would be possible. However, there may be dropouts with higher numbers, as the band will get more crowded with each additional system, especially if there is a WiFi source close by. DE: Das Relay G10 verwendet 14 RF2 Kanäle zur Ãœbertragung. Immer wenn der Sender in den Empfänger gesteckt wird, führt das System einen Kanal-Scan durch, und stellt sich selbstständig auf den besten Kanal ein. Das kann bis zu 15 Sekunden dauern. Wenn Sie das G10 in einem Aufbau mit anderen 2.4 GHz Drahtlos-Systemen verwenden, stellen Sie bitte sicher dass Sie zunächst alle anderen Drahtlos-Geräte anschalten. Erst dann stecken Sie den G10-Sender in den Empfänger (docken) und warten 15 Sekunden. So stellen Sie sicher dass das System einen freien Kanal, bzw. den optimalen wählen kann. Bei Verwendung mehrerer G10 Einheiten stecken Sie bitte die erste Transmittereinheit in den Empfänger, warten 15 Sekunden, nehmen Sie dann heraus und stöpseln sie in das Instrument. Stellen Sie bitte sicher das der Sender auch aktiviert ist (grüne LED auf dem Transmitter). Dann die Prozedur mit dem nächsten Sender wiederholen. Das System kann aus 14 Kanälen auswählen um den jeweils Besten für die Situation zu finden. In einer realistischen Beispiel-Umgebung ist es sehr unwahrscheinlich dass man alle 14 Kanäle gleichzeitig nutzen kann, z.B. wenn man 14 G10 Systemen gleichzeitig verwenden wollte. Normalerweise sind bis zu acht Systeme gleichzeitig realistisch machbar. Bei mehr Systemen sind Aussetzer eher wahrscheinlich da das Frequenzband mit jedem neuen System „voller“ wird. Weitere 2.4 GHz Quellen wie z.B. ein WiFi in der Nähe verstärken das Problem noch. FR: Le Relay G10 utilise 14 canaux RF2 pour la transmission. Chaque fois que vous insertez l’émetteur dans le récepteur (anglais : “dockingâ€) le système effectue un scan de canaux et se met sur le meilleur canal disponible. ça prend env. 15 secondes. Si vous utilisez le G10 en même temps avec autres systèmes ou appareils 2.4 GHz verifiez qu’ils sont allumés avant le G10 : ca va permettre au G10 de chercher des canaux encore libre : Allumez tous les appareils 2.4 GHz, attendez quelques secondes, placez le G10/émetteur dans le récepteur et attendez env. 15 secondes (c’est le temps le G10 a besoin pour trouver le meilleur canal encore libre. Si vous avez plusieurs systems G10 : Commencez par le premier émetteur-G10, placez-le dans le récepteur, attendez 15 secondes, Ensuite prennez l’émetteur et connectez-le avec votre instrument. (Verifiez que la DEL d’émetteur est verte). Répétez cette procedure avec chaque système G10. Le système G10 peut choisir entre 14 canaux pour trouver le meilleur canal dans chaque situation. Dans un environnement réel, ce n’est pas possible d’utiliser 14 canaux en même temps. (par exemple: si on a 14 systèmes G10) . Normallement 8 systèmes en même temps sont effectivement possible. Quand on ajoute plus de systèmes la probabilité de coupures augmente, car la bande de fréquences devient de plus en plus superposée. Autres sources 2.4 GHz (comme WiFi) peuvent intensifier ce problème.
  16. I have the helix on a not so large room, with 2 tube amp on clean , in stereo, I am going from the helix to the amp from the left and right instrument cable output on the helix , NOT the 4 cables Method, and I have this electrical HUMM, that is quite common when you hook two tube amps, with a digital moduler in between, is not so loud , but for prolonged playing time, it builds up on the ear becoming very annoying . so far I tried the ground lift on the back and doesn't help, maybe anyone know a trick or a sort of buffer or a magic pedal that isolates the amps from the electrical current that is creating the noise?
  17. Sorry to bother y'all, I know this is a basic question... I bought my Helix July 14th and want to start downloading patches from the site but, after watching videos and looking at other forums, I still cannot figure out how to properly set things up. I have downloaded the Line 6 Updater as well as the Helix sidebar thing for dragging and dropping patches. However, after hooking the helix up to the computer and trying to drag and drop a few patches, errors kept coming up and failed to download. Clearly I technology is not my strong suit... do I just need to update something? Please help! Thank you
  18. Hello, i’m using my Helix with 4cm in combination with a Mesa Lonestar Special. I want to use a monitor, just for me. I have connected the monitor to mono left xlr and in the settings i have set the volume button to xlr. This works kinda. I dont like the sound of my monitor this way. How do set it so that I can use a cab in between the helix and my monitor and not affect my amp. And stil use a separate volume for the monitor. Regards, Jan
  19. hello, I'm pretty new to MIDI, but since I recently bought a KORG Volca Keys unit, I was wondering if I could use my Toneport KB37 as the MIDI controller for this device without first going through a computer? I'm asking because in all the forums and manuals it always mentions going through a computer, and of course the kb37 does not have the MIDI DIN connector. if I get a USB-MIDI converter cable (or SPDIF-MIDI??), can I just plug the kb37 into the Volca and have it work? what kind of cable do I need, in case it needs a special cable? and, you know: just all the other silly noob questions about (this) midi setup that you can think of... ;) thanks, Eric. PS: this is a video of the KORG Volca Keys with a midi keyboard setup, I'm looking for something similar, but with the KB37 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVTm0mT53fU
  20. So I am having trouble with my signal path. I am running 2 XLR's out of the balanced outputs of my Pod HD Pro X into Analog inputs 1 and 2 of my Profire 2626 audio interface, which is connected via firewire to my mac mini. My studio monitors are also connected to my audio interface. My question is, do I need to connect the pod via usb to my mac in order for my signal to get from the pod to coming out of my monitors? if not, how do I get the signal path right? Right now I can't get my pod to cooperate. I only hear anything when I plug in headphones to the Pod would seriously appreciate some advice, I am really stuck on this. I don't have 20 usb ports on my computer to connect every single device! Thanks, John
  21. I bought today line 6 UX2 and wanted to connect it to my mac. After i open monkey it shows me just one device option (PODxt) to choose and on license manager i can't see my UX2. Did you experience a similar problem? What should i do?
  22. Hi guys and gals! I have a Pod hd500x and I'm looking to lighten up my live gear. Before I was using an engl powerball and engl 4x12 and had the pod as effects, but the music that we play requires me to switch a bunch and with channel selecting on the amp and effect switching on the pod it got really crazy sometimes. So now I'm using the pod as pretty much my main tone (amp sim, cab sim, effects, etc.). I've since gotten rid of the engl as it was redundant to have the head, and the cab is a pain to lug around. So my question is does anyone have some recommendations for cabinets? If possible I wanna have a 2x12 with some power. Thanks!
  23. Hi, so i've googled and couldn't really find a response to what im looking for. My situation is this,I have a line6 UX2 with everything up to date on drivers and all. Now, i want to use the ''Inst. & Mic 1'' as my input source, i did it once before but i recently reinstalled my pc, anyway. im currently using a Supreme CU-1 Studio Condenser Mic. I'm using Guitar rig 5 for Guitar&Bass sounds, but i can't get the mic to work, any idéas will be appriciated. :) Let me know if anything else is needed to set up this thing.
  24. Hey everyone, Firstly, thanks for spending some of your time to give me a bit of help. I've recently moved country, and a friend gave me some speakers as a house warming gift. Problem is, they only have a single auxiliary input, and my UX1 has stereo outputs (quarter inch). WIth my previous speakers back in the U.K., it was simple. I had a cable which connected from the stereo 1/4 inch outputs, to stereo RCA, which I just plugged into the speaker set directly. No problems - stereo to stereo. Now I have bought an adapter to mix the stereo 1/4 inch down into a single auxiliary cable. The problem is, I think I am missing audio this way. Namely, when I test the configuration in windows sound (i.e. playback devices > line 6 UX1) and click to test the speakers, it plays the test sound for the left speaker, but not for the right speaker. However, if I take my aux cable, plug it directly into my computers port, and test, it will play the test sound through both speakers. I don't get why mixing down the stereo to an auxiliary with the UX1 causes only one speaker to work, because surely my computer is mixing the stereo into a single auxilary cable, yet it is still coming out of both speakers. Hope this makes sense. Is there any work around? Or does a UX1 just always require you to keep a stereo to stereo configuration? And buy speaker hardware which has a stereo input option? Cheers everyone. :D Joe.
  25. Hi! Yesterday we wanted to do a quick demo recording of our band in our rehearsal room before hitting a studio in october. But, I couldn't figure out how to get 8 simultaneous inputs working. Here's what I managed to do: By setting the input of the first signal path to 'return 1/2' (and the output to USB 1/2), the input of the second signal path to 'return 3/4' (and the output to USB 3/4), and using the 'guitar in', We got 5 simultaneous inputs working (1, 2, 3, 4, and 7 which the 'guitar in' is routed to). But when I plugged a dynamic mic directly to the 'mic in' I didn't get anything on channel 8 - this should work, right? Maybe it was a faulty cable? Is there a physical input I can route to outputs USB 5/6?
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