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Hi all.

 

Am new to Line6 products but have used Zoom and Digitech multiFX in the past - those had far fewer settings, mostly just basic gains, times and levels of each virtual "pedal".   Am loving the Pod Go but could do with knowing the purpose of the many settings of the individual virtual devices - e.g. the "pattern" setting of the multi-pass delay "pedal" or the "DutyCycle" of the PitchRingMod.   

Can anyone recommend a single source of that information - the alternatives being to try to find the user-manuals for every original pedal that the Pod Go emulates or to try every single setting by ear and hope to remember what they all mean (eek!).   Best I've been able to find is hopelessly vague lists of pedal types that just describe the general function of reverb, delay etc.  I appreciate that there's unlikely to be a complete description of all settings (not when some manufacturers try to be "quirky" with the labels they give to settings) but a general description of the more common settings like ducking, feedback, gainmod and earlyreflc would be a big help.

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11 minutes ago, pengipete said:

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Can anyone recommend a single source of that information - the alternatives being to try to find the user-manuals for every original pedal that the Pod Go emulates....



There’s nothing from Line 6 on this except the generalities that you will find in manuals such as page 21 of the POD Go manual.

 

However there is a very detailed reference site at helixhelp.com that you may find useful. It still requires consulting the manufacturer’s manuals for the details you seek but it conveniently provides direct links to that information where it exists.

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