No, not at all - it just isn't in the same league as pro or prosumer dedicated interfaces, and nor should it be. It is a multi-function device, and being an interface is more just a convenience "added-benefit" factor than its raison d'etre!^ dayum dude. I noticed everybody with a helix seems to use a separate interface instead of the helix as an interface. Is this because the helix is lacking in that area?
For recording? Audio-Technica ATH-M50x closed-backs. For Mixing? I avoid headphones, but can do a decent job with my HD-800's or DT880's, depending on how much low end I have to deal with...Oh sweet! I have a helix floor that I recently got, and I have it sitting on my ableton push stand because I was planning to use it as an interface. Beyond that, which headphones do you use the most for recording and mixing? I’m guessing a flat headphone is preferable, right?
No. Not everything I record is direct electric guitar.^ dayum dude. I noticed everybody with a helix seems to use a separate interface instead of the helix as an interface. Is this because the helix is lacking in that area?
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Helix Floor set as an aggregate device for direct recording.
The older you get, the more you care about ergonomics!
I have a standing desk with a 'wobble stool' And a balance stool for when I need to sit and play
I got the balance chairs after I worked with Adrian Belew and he had this great chair that let him move around to his pedals.
Funny...don't remember what his pedals were...but the chair was awesome.
I do use HX Native but most of my use has been for FX.Hey
I’m surprised you’re not using Helix Native, it’s so handy and flexible for recording