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Hello everyone, I have a Helix floor.
Can I convert .l6t files to a .hlx file?
Or, is it possible to open presets made with other Line6 effects pedals?

 

Thank you very much for your time

 

P.S: I'm french quebecois (Google Translator)

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6 hours ago, DanyPage said:

Hello everyone, I have a Helix floor.
Can I convert .l6t files to a .hlx file?
Or, is it possible to open presets made with other Line6 effects pedals?

 

Thank you very much for your time

 

P.S: I'm french quebecois (Google Translator)

 

Salut Dany,

 

Beaucoup de gens ont posé des questions sur la conversion d'anciens fichiers Line 6 POD .l6t et la réponse est - non!

 

Helix est un type d'appareil «nouvelle génération» complètement différent. Convertir des fichiers de technologie plus ancienne ne présenterait aucun avantage. Ce serait une perte de temps et d'énergie. Il en va de même pour ce que vous appelez les «autres pédales Line 6», telles que la M13, etc. Un autre exercice inutile: travailler avec de vieilles unités n'ayant rien de commun avec le matériel ou les logiciels des modèles Helix.

 

HX Edit est conçu pour fonctionner avec la famille de matériel Helix, mais même au sein de cette famille, il existe encore de grandes différences. Helix Floor et HX Stomp peuvent uniquement utiliser le «glisser-déposer» pour partager des préréglages. Les deux unités doivent être connectées. Comme Stomp n’a aucun effet disponible, cela ne sert à rien. L'hditeur fonctionne également avec HX FX - là encore, il doit être connecté - aucun point.

 

Si vous avez un Helix Floor (ou une unité de rack), ils sont haut de gamme et il est inutile de revenir à des types de fichiers incompatibles, anciens ou anciens, et il ne faut pas y penser.

 

J'espère que cela a du sens / aide.

 

(English to Quebec french translation online)

 

 

Hi Dany,

 

Many people have asked about conversion of old Line 6 POD .l6t files and the answer is - no!

 

Helix is a completely different “next generation” type of unit. There would be absolutely no advantages to be had from converting files from older technology. It would be a waste of time and energy. The same goes for what you refer to as “other Line 6 pedals”, such as the M13 etc. Another pointless exercise, working with old units that have nothing in common with the Helix models hardware or software.

 

HX Edit is designed to work with the Helix family of hardware, but even within that family there are still big differences. Helix Floor and HX Stomp can only use “drag and drop” to share presets and both units need to be connected. As Stomp does not have any effects available there is no point. The editor also works with HX FX - again it needs to be connected so - no point.

 

If you have a Helix Floor, (or Rack Unit), they are top of the range and reverting to other or older incompatible file types is not necessary, and not worth thinking about.

 

Hope this makes sense/helps.

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