Thanks all for checking I appreciate it!
The idea is a wet-dry rig with my normal wet fx (3 delays and mod verb) then remaining verb / delay setup to a single switch for instant super ambient swells. I can make it work with less but Im curious what can it actually do.
I suppose the better...
Does the Line 6 Helix have enough power to support the following signal chain in a single patch?
LA Studio Comp
WhoWatt 100 Amp only
1024 IR (4x12 cab)
Matchstick Jumped Amp only
1024 IR (2x12 cab)
Totally agree with the bright cap mod. The AC15 top boost amp I used to own had a bright switch and Id always keep the bright off when using with pedals.
Speaking of pedals, I had good luck with Timmy, TS (set for boost), and Fulltone OCD @ 18v.
Im using an HD500X and want to sync the tempo from Ableton Live to the HD500X via MIDI. We run AL off my drummer's laptop with click tracks and sometimes backing tracks. He and I tried to follow this video but we cant get AL to stop sending the tempo to the HD, which in turn makes it freak out...
Well this is interesting, Tore's line in here seems pretty clear about the digital circuit modeling...however as topo morto pointed out the inclusion of the toneprint option makes it a bit confusing.
Hopefully someone from TC can chime in if a stand alone unit like the Viscous could focus more...
Along the same vein as the viscous vibe and hypergravity vintage....a standalone digital recreation of the DMM circuit. Alter Ego is good, but I have to imagine a unit fully devoted to digitally recreating the circuit could get even closer to the classic sound which no copy has yet been able to...
DMM's use either an MN3005 or MN3008 chip. MN3005's have 2x delay time of MN3008's.
DMM 550TT uses (4) MN3008 chips for ~550ms
DMMTT 1100 uses (4) MN3005 chips for ~1100ms
Big Box DMM's use either (2) MN3005 or (4) MN3008 for ~550ms
DMMXO uses (4) MN3008 chips for ~550ms