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Hello,

 

I was wonderwing if with the HX Stomp i can get 1 signal chain with effects/amp modeling/IR impulse to go to the FOH, and a second signal with just effects/amp modeling to my power amp and cab (so without IR impulse).

 

Thanks in advance!!

 

Greetz

Wouter

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28 minutes ago, JacobusTracks said:

Hello,

 

I was wonderwing if with the HX Stomp i can get 1 signal chain with effects/amp modeling/IR impulse to go to the FOH, and a second signal with just effects/amp modeling to my power amp and cab (so without IR impulse).

 

Thanks in advance!!

 

Greetz

Wouter

 

Hi,

 

If you look at the illustration and info on page 8 of the HX Stomp Owner’s Manual, Hybrid Amp/Direct Setup. This seems to be what you require if you adjust the send block to suit.

 

https://line6.com/data/6/0a020a4010c935bb66a4c0c44f/application/pdf/HX Stomp Manual - English .pdf

 

Hope this helps/makes sense.

 

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4 hours ago, JacobusTracks said:

Hello,

 

I was wonderwing if with the HX Stomp i can get 1 signal chain with effects/amp modeling/IR impulse to go to the FOH, and a second signal with just effects/amp modeling to my power amp and cab (so without IR impulse).

 

Thanks in advance!!

 

Greetz

Wouter

 

As Datacommando indicated above, the manual actual shows an easy way to do it by utilizing the "Send Left" FX block and placing it just before the cab/IR block on your signal chain.  

 

The downside of this is obvious, it uses up one of the Stomp's precious six blocks.  It would be a god send if they would design the Stomp so that you could create a path B signal chain without using a block, but unfortunately that isn't the case. Still, you should be aware that another option would be to create a path B and have it go out the "send" output on path B to your power amp. Sometimes utilizing an additional delay, or a reverb, or even just a low DSP usage EQ or compressor on a path B can be more useful to your signal chain than a simple FX send block.

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On 4/24/2019 at 5:04 PM, Kilrahi said:

 

As Datacommando indicated above, the manual actual shows an easy way to do it by utilizing the "Send Left" FX block and placing it just before the cab/IR block on your signal chain.  

 

The downside of this is obvious, it uses up one of the Stomp's precious six blocks.  It would be a god send if they would design the Stomp so that you could create a path B signal chain without using a block, but unfortunately that isn't the case. Still, you should be aware that another option would be to create a path B and have it go out the "send" output on path B to your power amp. Sometimes utilizing an additional delay, or a reverb, or even just a low DSP usage EQ or compressor on a path B can be more useful to your signal chain than a simple FX send block.

 

Thanks guy's! 

 

Would i still be able to create 2 signal paths?

I want to create 1 signal path distorting the high frequencies and another signal path compressing the low frequencies.  Which then come together in the amp/cab sim. And then after that go to my amp without cab/amp sim and to FOH with cab/amp sim.

 

 

So it should look like this:

                         

                                                      ------------------------------------------->RealAmp       

Signal ----  >High's freqs/distortion/-------------------->Ampsim/cabIR------------> FOH

                   >Low freqs/compression/------^     

 

 

Is this possible? Hope you understand what im trying to explain.... 

 

Thanks again!

 

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You can send an effects chain into the front of a guitar amp, and into a separate path in HX stomp though an amp/cab model to FOH without using a send block. Put all the front of the amp effects on path 1. Put the amp/cab block as the last block and then move it down to path 2. Leave the output for path 1 to main L/R out. Set the output to path 2 to the send output. Connect the send output to FOH. This requires a splitter to get the stereo output out of the TRS send jack, but it sends a constant signal to FOH, just what you usually want. Then the main L/R goes to your stage amp, and the HX Stomp volume control provides a convenient volume control for your stage amp.

 

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