AMountain Posted January 17, 2021 Share Posted January 17, 2021 Hello - I want to use my Helix floor as pedalboard with 16 effects, which of course i want to switch on and off rapidly - as if there would be 16 pedals in front of me -. I can assign the 8 blocks/fx of the upper row, thus the work-area of one DSP, to the 8 footswitches i see, but as next step i want to assign the 8 blocks/fx of the bottom-row too to 8 footswitches, solely not by double assignment, but in a way that i can change the view of the 8 upper row-blocks to the view of the 8 bottom row-blocks with the help of the up/down footswitch. Can anybody help me? It seems to me such a basic issue (in fact, to use the Hlx.Floor as 16 fx pedalboard in front of my amps was one of the applications why i bought it at all) that i wonder if i'm just too stupid and blind to see the solution, or if this possibility really doesn't exist ---- then, @line6, this would be a request for a next update (3.02 or so): You could, what matters me, exchange it with the bank-up/down-option (which is IMHO so similar to the preset-up/down-option that i could do without and would not miss it). And for the case that this is at all technically possible and you really start to work out this option i talk about, then also take in regard the super-serial routing with up to theoretically 32 blocks/fx (as the manual says). It would be very useful then to group them in 4 "rows" of 8 blocks/fx, all switchable by a "row - up/down"-option (instead of the "bank - up/down"-option). ...You could offer a switch or a chosing-option where one can choose if one wants the bank-up/down-option or the pedalboard-row-up-down-option. PS: Sorry for my poor English, it's not my native language. I hope you can understand what i wanted to express. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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