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MISES A JOURS FIRMWARE (VERSION PEDALIER)

Dim 25 Oct 2015 - 2:19 par Alexdreamworld

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Helix Firmware v2.54 Release Notes


Nouvelle mise à jour sortie le 22/03/2018!

H E L I X 2.54 Release Notes

Bug Fixes
- Pop noise can occur when exiting Tuner in four cable method setup with FX loop block engaged and audio playing upon entering and exiting Tuner -FIXED

-In rare cases, Helix AES clock/audio/SPDIF can glitch and/or drop every 40-60 mins -FIXED

- other bug fixes and improvements

Known Issues
- No CC Toggle MIDI data is sent when changing between different Snapshots that feature CC Toggle command assignments in Lit state

- In rare cases, a crash can occur when creating an Input or Output in HX Edit (moving split/join to B path) while having a None block selected

- In rare cases, PC messages are sent after Instant Commands on preset load, resulting in perceived delayed response by the device receiving MIDI

- Shuriken Variax bank names will not appear in firmware until Helix is connected to a Mac/PC and Workbench …


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Ven 30 Oct 2015 - 18:58 par Alexdreamworld

HX Edit v2.52 Release Notes


Nouvelle mise à jour sortie le 22/02/2018!

HX Edit 2.52 Release Notes

HX Edit 2.52 is a software update that includes fixes, stability improvements, and optimizations. It is highly recommended that all Helix users perform this update!

Bug Fixes
- A block's Bypass MIDI IN assignment is also deleted when clearing a controller assignment in Bypass/Controller assign menu-FIXED
- A block's Bypass MIDI IN assignment is reset to OFF after entering EDIT menu and then returning to the Bypass/Controller assign menu-FIXED
- [HX EFFECTS] Exporting/importing preset may not preserve path B output destination-FIXED
- Right-click to Restore Split or Merge does not return block to last position-FIXED
- Not all Bypass MIDI In assignments are deleted after selecting Clear All Assignments in Bypass/Controller assign menu-FIXED
- General stability improvements
- Other minor bug fixes and optimizations

Known Issues
- Helix LT: Changing a presets name from HX Edit is not immediately …


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Message par Alexdreamworld le Mar 4 Avr 2017 - 20:42

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Helix Firmware v2.54 Release Notes

Nouvelle mise à jour sortie le 22/03/2018!

H E L I X 2.54 Release Notes

Bug Fixes
- Pop noise can occur when exiting Tuner in four cable method setup with FX loop block engaged and audio playing upon entering and exiting Tuner -FIXED

-In rare cases, Helix AES clock/audio/SPDIF can glitch and/or drop every 40-60 mins -FIXED

- other bug fixes and improvements

Known Issues
- No CC Toggle MIDI data is sent when changing between different Snapshots that feature CC Toggle command assignments in Lit state

- In rare cases, a crash can occur when creating an Input or Output in HX Edit (moving split/join to B path) while having a None block selected

- In rare cases, PC messages are sent after Instant Commands on preset load, resulting in perceived delayed response by the device receiving MIDI

- Shuriken Variax bank names will not appear in firmware until Helix is connected to a Mac/PC and Workbench HD is launched

- In rare cases, pitch artifacts may be heard on selected delay blocks when the Time parameter is set to Note Sync values higher than 1/2 Triplet


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Version 2.54



Helix Firmware v2.53 Release Notes

Nouvelle mise à jour sortie le 01/03/2018!

HELIX 2.53 Release Notes

Bug Fixes
- In rare cases, updating from 2.21 firmware or older could result in unit freezing during UI MCU update - FIXED
- External Amp commands could not be transmitted when changing snapshots - FIXED
- In rare cases, Helix Rack could freeze when updating Helix Control - FIXED
- In some cases, an External Amp command (Tip only) could change the internal expression pedal from EXP 1 to EXP 2 (or vice versa) on Helix LT - FIXED
- In some cases, attempting to swap footswitch assignments when one switch was unassigned could cause Helix to freeze - FIXED
- Other bug fixes and optimizations

Known Issues
- In rare cases, a crash can occur when creating an Input or Output in HX Edit (moving split/join to B path) while having a None block selected
- In rare cases, PC messages are sent after Instant Commands on preset load, resulting in perceived delayed response by the device receiving MIDI
- Shuriken Variax bank names will not appear in firmware until Helix is connected to a Mac/PC and Workbench HD is launched
- In rare cases, pitch artifacts may be heard on selected delay blocks when the Time parameter is set to Note Sync values higher than 1/2 Triplet


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Version 2.53



Helix Firmware v2.50 Release Notes

Nouvelle mise à jour sortie le 07/02/2018!

HELIX 2.50 Release Notes

New Amp Models (2)
Cali Texas Ch2, based on* the drive channel of the MESA/Boogie®️ Lonestar [Ch1 coming later this spring]
Placater Dirty, based on* the BE/HBE channel of the Friedman BE-100 [Clean channel coming later this spring]

New HX Effects Models (6)
Delay > Multi Pass (Mono, Stereo), Line 6 Original bandpass-filtered multitap delay
Reverb > Glitz (Mono, Stereo), Line 6 Original
Reverb > Ganymede (Mono, Stereo), Line 6 Original
Reverb > Searchlights (Mono, Stereo), Line 6 Original
Reverb > Plateaux (Mono, Stereo), Line 6 Original
Reverb > Double Tank (Mono, Stereo), Line 6 Original

New Legacy Effects Models (77)
Helix Floor, Rack/Control, and LT now include a library of effects from M13, M9, M5, DL4, DM4, FM4, and MM4. These appear in a new "Legacy" subcategory in the model list.

Distortion > Tube Drive
Distortion > Screamer
Distortion > Overdrive
Distortion > Classic Dist
Distortion > Heavy Dist
Distortion > Colordrive
Distortion > Buzz Saw
Distortion > Facial Fuzz
Distortion > Jumbo Fuzz
Distortion > Fuzz Pi
Distortion > Jet Fuzz
Distortion > Line 6 Drive
Distortion > Line 6 Distortion
Distortion > Sub Oct Fuzz
Distortion > Octave Fuzz
Dynamics > Tube Comp
Dynamics > Red Comp
Dynamics > Blue Comp
Dynamics > Blue Comp Treb
Dynamics > Vetta Comp
Dynamics > Vetta Juice
Dynamics > Boost Comp
Modulation > Pattern Tremolo
Modulation > Panner
Modulation > Bias Tremolo
Modulation > Opto Tremolo
Modulation > Script Phase
Modulation > Panned Phaser
Modulation > Barberpole
Modulation > Dual Phaser
Modulation > U-Vibe
Modulation > Phaser
Modulation > Pitch Vibrato
Modulation > Dimension
Modulation > Analog Chorus
Modulation > Tri Chorus
Modulation > Analog Flanger
Modulation > Jet Flanger
Modulation > AC Flanger
Modulation > 80A Flanger
Modulation > Frequency Shift
Modulation > Ring Modulator
Modulation > Rotary Drum
Modulation > Rotary Drm/Horn
Delay > Ping Pong
Delay > Dynamic
Delay > Stereo
Delay > Digital
Delay > Dig w/ Mod
Delay > Reverse
Delay > Lo Res
Delay > Tube Echo
Delay > Tape Echo
Delay > Sweep Echo
Delay > Echo Platter
Delay > Analog Echo
Delay > Analog w/ Mod
Delay > Auto-Volume Echo
Delay > Multi-Head
Pitch/Synth > Bass Octaver
Pitch/Synth > Smart Harmony
Pitch/Synth > Octi Synth
Pitch/Synth > Synth O Matic
Pitch/Synth > Attack Synth
Pitch/Synth > Synth String
Pitch/Synth > Growler
Filter > Voice Box
Filter > V Tron
Filter > Q Filter
Filter > Seeker
Filter > Obi Wah
Filter > Tron Up
Filter > Tron Down
Filter > Throbber
Filter > Slow Filter
Filter > Spin Cycle
Filter > Comet Trails

Improvements/Changes
- 12 of Helix’s 17 reverbs originally appeared in M-Class processors and Verbzilla. As such, they’ve been moved into the new “Legacy” subcategory within the Reverb category
- Helix's tempo no longer responds to pressing TAP at tempi lower than 40.0 BPM (Beats Per Minute). This is to ensure that multiple fast tap entries are recognized properly, as previously, they could be seen as one really slow tap entry. You may still manually select a tempo all the way down to 20.0 BPM and your presets can still be saved with tempi down to 20.0 BPM—just touch TAP and turn Knob 6 (BPM)

Bug Fixes
- In some cases, when Global Settings > MIDI/Tempo > Duplicate PC Send was set to "Off," duplicate PC messages could still be sent—FIXED
- In rare cases, MIDI note commands set to momentary could switch to “latching”—FIXED
- If its Mid and Bass parameters are set to 0.0, the Cali IV Lead Amp/Amp+Cab model could sometimes exhibit a decrease in gain—FIXED
- If snapshot names have been cleared, preset names could sometimes appear blank when switching from Snapshot footswitch mode to Preset footswitch mode—FIXED
- Helix LT: After restoring Global Settings from HX Edit, the EXP 1/2 LEDs could become responsive—FIXED
- Quickly switching between snapshots could cause Command Center > CC Toggle messages to send incorrect MIDI CC data—FIXED
- Other bug fixes and optimizations

Known Issues
- Shuriken bank names only appear after connecting a Shuriken Variax guitar to Helix and opening Variax Workbench HD software
- When using two 1024 IR's in a preset, moving the upper IR block before or after a pre/post split block can change the sonic character of the IR block
- In rare cases, pitch artifacts may be heard on selected delay blocks when the Time parameter is set to Note Sync values higher than 1/2 Triplet


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Helix Firmware v2.30 Release Notes

Nouvelle mise à jour sortie le 21/11/2017!

Helix Firmware 2.30 Release Notes

New Amps (7)
- Voltage Queen, based on* the Victoria®️ Electro King
- Derailed Ingrid, based on* the Trainwreck Circuits®️ Express
- Brit Trem Nrm, based on* the normal channel of the Marshall®️ Plexi Tremolo 50
- Brit Trem Brt, based on* the bright channel of the Marshall®️ Plexi Tremolo 50
- Brit Trem Jump, based on* the normal and bright channel (jumped) of the Marshall®️ Plexi Tremolo 50
- Cartographer, based on* the Ben Adrian Cartographer
- Agua 51, based on* the Aguilar®️ DB751 bass amp

New Effects (7)
- Distortion > Kinky Boost (Mono, Stereo), based on* the Xotic®️ EP Booster
- Distortion > Thrifter Fuzz (Mono, Stereo), Line 6 Original
- Dynamics > Kinky Comp (Mono, Stereo), based on* the Xotic®️ SP Compressor
- Modulation > Bleat Chop Trem (Mono, Stereo), based on* the Lightfoot Labs©️ Goatkeeper
- Modulation > Double Take (Mono, Stereo), Line 6 Original doubler
- Delay > Cosmos Echo (Mono, Stereo), based on* the Roland®️ RE-201 Space Echo
- Volume/Pan > Stereo Width (Stereo), Line 6 Original utility to collapse stereo paths
* All product names are trademarks of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with Line 6.

New Features
- Support for HX Edit—Helix, Helix Rack/Control, and Helix LT now work with the new HX Edit application (Mac/PC)
- Full State Backup and Restore—Helix supports the all-new HX Edit application’s ability to perform full-state backup and restore. IMPORTANT! You MUST be running Helix firmware 2.20 or higher to use full state backup and restore! In HX Edit, from the File pulldown menu, select “Create Backup…” Click [Create Backup] to confirm. To restore from a backup, from the File pulldown menu, select “Restore From Backup…” From the Backup File pulldown, select the desired backup and click [Restore Backup]. You may choose to restore any combination of 8 setlists, IRs (including the index order), and/or Global Settings.
- Global Settings > MIDI/Tempo > Duplicate PC Send—Before 2.30, Helix would purposely omit MIDI PC messages with an identical value as the previous PC message. You may now choose to send duplicate PC messages
- LFO reset—Stepping on TAP once now resets any LFO-based effects, such as tremolos and rotary speakers
- Support for Variax Shuriken banks—When a Variax Shuriken is connected, Helix’s Input > Multi and Input > Variax blocks will reflect the proper factory bank names. These bank names are retained until a James Tyler Variax or Variax Standard is connected

Improvements/Changes
- The Distortion > Obsidian 7000 model has been tweaked to sound and feel even more like the original

Bug Fixes
- Turning the Cali IV Rhythm 1 model’s Master knob down can occasionally cause an increase in output volume -FIXED
- When UK 846 and Teardrop 310 wah models’ Level and Mix parameters are set to 0, ~3dB of gain can be added -FIXED
- Pitch blocks’ Interval parameters may not be properly restored after exporting and then importing a preset -FIXED
- MIDI clock could become unstable for a brief time after adjusting certain parameters on the Global Settings > MIDI/Tempo page - FIXED
- In the Command Center, if an Ext Amp message is assigned to a footswitch, Ext Amp messages assigned to Instant commands may not restore properly -FIXED
- General stability improvements
- Other minor bug fixes and optimizations

Known Issues
- In rare cases, MIDI note commands set to momentary can switch to “latching”
- If its Mid and Bass parameters are set to 0.0, the Cali IV Lead Amp/Amp+Cab model sometimes exhibits a decrease in gain
- If snapshot names have been cleared, preset names can sometimes appear blank when switching from Snapshot footswitch mode to Preset footswitch mode


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Version 2.30



Helix Firmware v2.21 Release Notes

Nouvelle mise à jour sortie le 27/04/2017!

Helix Firmware 2.21 Release Notes

Helix v2.21.0 is a firmware update that includes new fixes, stability improvements, and optimizations. It is highly recommended that all Helix users perform this update!

IMPORTANT! YOU *MUST* FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS TO INSTALL 2.21!

1. Shut down all Line 6 software as well as any software that streams audio, including, but not limited to: iTunes, Spotify, DAWs, browsers, etc.

2. Use your CURRENT EXISTING Helix application to back up all of your presets and IRs (if you want to keep them). For example, if you’re running Helix FW 2.00, your current Helix application version should be 2.00.

3. Quit the CURRENT EXISTING Helix editor application and download and install the LATEST Helix editor application (2.20), available here: http://line6.com/software/ This also installs the newest version of Line 6 Updater (1.11).

4. If you’re using Helix Rack with Helix Control, turn off Helix Control.

5. Using the latest Line 6 Updater (1.11), update Helix/Helix Rack to the newest firmware (2.21). At the end of the update process, Helix/Helix Rack will reboot automatically and begin rebuilding presets. Wait for this process to complete.

6. If you’re using Helix Control with Helix Rack, connect and power on Helix Control. The inspector will ask if you want to update its firmware. Press Knob 6 (OK). Wait for the update to finish.

YOU MUST RESET GLOBALS AND RESTORE PRESETS, OTHERWISE HELIX 2.21 WILL NOT WORK PROPERLY. DO IT. DO IT NOW:

7. To reset globals and restore presets, turn off Helix/Helix Rack.

HELIX FLOOR ONLY: While holding footswitches 9 and 10 (middle two switches on the bottom row), turn on Helix. Wait for the message “Will reset Globals and restore stock Presets, Setlists and IRs…” to appear and let go.

HELIX RACK ONLY: While holding knobs 5 and 6 below the screen, turn on Helix Rack. Wait for the message “Will reset Globals and restore stock Presets, Setlists and IRs…” to appear and let go.

8. Using the NEW Helix editor application (2.20), restore the user presets you backed up in step 2.

Improvements/Changes
- Additional optimizations to the GUI engine

Bug Fixes
- Pitch/Synth > 3 Note Generator and 4 OSC Generator’s behind-the-scenes Trails parameter was disabled, making it appear as if the Decay parameter was broken - FIXED

- Distortion > Stereo > Clawthorn drive appeared slightly right of center - FIXED

- Engaging/bypassing a block from a Stomp switch was slower than normal - FIXED

- Turning the large Volume knob resulted in audible stepping while audio was active - FIXED

- In rare cases, changing cab mic models while Helix is synced to incoming MIDI clock could result in brief UI lockup - FIXED

- In rare cases, Helix could freeze when navigating the model list while receiving many tempo changes via MIDI clock - FIXED

- In rare cases, pressing a Stomp mode footswitch could transmit a single MIDI Clock pulse - FIXED

- In rare cases, Helix could freeze when accessing Global Settings while receiving MIDI Clock via USB - FIXED

- Helix Rack/Control only: If an expression pedal is connected to Helix Control with its position set to heel down, its Global Settings > Pedals > Polarity is set to “Inverted”, and its Global Settings > Pedal > Pedal Position is set to “Global”, an audible blip can occur on preset load - FIXED

- In rare cases, multiple bypass assigned footswitches with custom names can have bypass states swapped upon preset import - FIXED

- In rare cases, Helix can become unresponsive after copying specific block types onto another - FIXED

- Other bug fixes and optimizations

Known Issues
- If a Variax guitar is connected to Helix, MIDI channel 16 should never be used, as channel 16 is how Variax Workbench communicates with the guitar. This is by design. On a related note, Variax Workbench should never be used while MIDI tracks are armed or playing back in your DAW

- If Helix is set to a preset with a Pitch/Synth > Generator block on before beginning the firmware update process, a short burst of audio may be heard after presets are rebuilt

- If a user fails to read and follow the update instructions, Helix will add nine additional steps to the update process, one of which involves a shot of cheap mezcal


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Helix Firmware v2.20 Release Notes

Nouvelle mise à jour sortie le 03/04/2017!

Helix Firmware 2.20 Release Notes

Helix v2.20.0 is a firmware update that includes new amps, cabs, effects, features, fixes, stability improvements, and optimizations. It is highly recommended that all Helix users perform this update!

IMPORTANT! YOU *MUST* FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS TO INSTALL 2.20!

1. Shut down all Line 6 software as well as any software that streams audio, including, but not limited to: iTunes, Spotify, DAWs, browsers, etc.

2. Use your CURRENT EXISTING Helix application to back up all of your presets and IRs (if you want to keep them). For example, if you’re running Helix FW 1.12, your current Helix application version should be 1.12.

NOTE: You may want to back up individual Setlists so you can restore them to empty setlists without affecting the new 2.20 factory presets.

3. Quit the CURRENT EXISTING Helix editor application and download and install the LATEST Helix editor application (2.20), available here: http://line6.com/software/ This also installs the newest version of Line 6 Updater (1.11).

4. If you’re using Helix Rack with Helix Control, turn off Helix Control.

5. Using the latest Line 6 Updater (1.11), update Helix/Helix Rack to the newest firmware (2.20). At the end of the update process, Helix/Helix Rack will reboot automatically and begin rebuilding presets. Wait for this process to complete.

6. If you’re using Helix Control with Helix Rack, connect and power on Helix Control. The inspector will ask if you want to update its firmware. Press Knob 6 (OK). Wait for the update to finish.

YOU MUST RESET GLOBALS AND RESTORE PRESETS, OTHERWISE HELIX 2.20 WILL NOT WORK PROPERLY. DO IT. DO IT NOW:

7. To reset globals and restore presets, turn off Helix/Helix Rack.

HELIX FLOOR ONLY: While holding footswitches 9 and 10 (middle two switches on the bottom row), turn on Helix. Wait for the message “Will reset Globals and restore stock Presets, Setlists and IRs…” to appear and let go.

HELIX RACK ONLY: While holding knobs 5 and 6 below the screen, turn on Helix Rack. Wait for the message “Will reset Globals and restore stock Presets, Setlists and IRs…” to appear and let go.

8. Using the NEW Helix editor application (2.20), restore the user presets you backed up in step 2.

New Amps (6)
- Line 6 Badonk, all new Line 6 original inspired by the original high gain Big Bottom model

- Woody Blue, based on* the Acoustic®️ 360 bass amp

- Del Sol 300, based on* the Sunn®️ Coliseum 300 bass amp

- Busy One Ch1, based on* channel 1 of the Pearce BC-1 bass preamp

- Busy One Ch2, based on* channel 2 of the Pearce BC-1 bass preamp

- Busy One Jump, based on* channel 1 and 2 (jumped) of the Pearce BC-1 bass preamp

New Hybrid Cabs (7)
- 1x12 Cali IV, based on* the MESA/Boogie®️ Mk IV 12” cab

- 1x12 Cali EXT, based on* the MESA/Boogie®️ 12” extension cab (EVM12L speaker)

- 2x12 Match H30, based on* the Matchless®️ DC-30 cab (12” G12H30 speaker)

- 2x12 Match G25, based on* the Matchless®️ DC-30 cab (12” Greenback 25 speaker)

- 1x12 Del Sol, based on* the Sunn®️ Coliseum 300 bass cab (12” speaker)

- 1x18 Del Sol, based on* the Sunn®️ Coliseum 300 bass cab (18” speaker)

- 1x18 Woody Blue, based on* the Acoustic®️ 360 18” bass cab

New Effects (9)
- Distortion > Obsidian 7000 (Mono, Stereo), based on* the Darkglass Electronics®️ Microtubes B7K Ultra bass preamp/overdrive/EQ

- Distortion > Clawthorn Drive (Mono, Stereo), based on* the Wounded Paw Battering Ram bass overdrive

- Dynamics > 3-Band Comp (Mono, Stereo), Line 6 Original multiband compressor

- Dynamics > Autoswell (Mono, Stereo), Line 6 Original

- Modulation > PlastiChorus (Mono, Stereo), based on* the modded Arion SCH-Z chorus

- Delay > Vintage Swell (Mono, Stereo), Line 6 Original

- Delay > Adriatic Swell (Mono, Stereo), Line 6 Original

- Pitch/Synth > 3 Note Generator (Mono, Stereo), Line 6 Original

- Pitch/Synth > 4 OSC Generator (Mono, Stereo), Line 6 Original

NOTE: As 3 Note Generator and 4 OSC Generator make sound without any instrument connected, their blocks are turned off by default. Press BYPASS to turn them on.

* All product names are trademarks of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with Line 6.

New Features
- Global Settings > MIDI/Tempo > Receive MIDI Clock—Helix can now synchronize its time-based effects (such as delay and modulation) to incoming MIDI clock from external DAW software, drum machines, keyboard workstations, or other modelers. Select “Off” (Helix ignores MIDI clock), “MIDI” (Helix responds to clock received at its MIDI IN jack), “USB” (Helix responds to clock received via USB), or “Auto” (Helix uses its internal tempo generator until receiving clock from either MIDI or USB)

- Global Settings > MIDI/Tempo > Send MIDI Clock—Helix can now transmit MIDI clock to synchronize the tempo of external pedals, rack gear, and software. Select “Off” (Helix does not transmit clock), “MIDI” (Helix transmits clock from only the MIDI OUT jack), “USB” (Helix transmits clock only via USB), or “MIDI+USB” (Helix transmits clock from both MIDI and USB)

- Variax Workbench HD Support—Variax can now communicate directly with Variax Workbench HD software (Mac/PC) through Helix via USB. IMPORTANT! Global Settings > MIDI/Tempo > MIDI over USB must be set to “On.” In addition, you MUST update Variax Workbench HD to version 2.13, available here: [url= Windows users must also download the Helix USB driver, version 1.85, available here:] Windows users must also download the Helix USB driver, version 1.85, available here: https://line6.com/software/readeula.html?rid=7381

IMPORTANT! Variax Workbench uses MIDI channel 16. When connecting to Variax Workbench via Helix’s USB port, do not assign Helix or any of Helix’s Command Center messages to MIDI channel 16 or Omni (which includes channel 16).

- Global Settings > MIDI/Tempo > MIDI PC Send/Receive has been split into two separate parameters—MIDI PC Receive and MIDI PC Send—and moved to Page 2. In addition, you may choose whether Helix sends or receives MIDI PC (program change) messages to/from MIDI, USB, both, or neither

- Clear Bypass Assignment—Individual blocks’ bypass assignments can now be cleared. From the Bypass Assign screen, select the block whose bypass assignment(s) you wish to clear. Press ACTION and then Knob 1 (Clear Assignments).

- Line 6 Allure Pack IRs—Line 6 has created a pack of five user impulse responses for use with Helix or any other modeler or software that supports them. Download the free Allure Pack here: www.line6.com/allure

Improvements/Changes
- Optimized GUI engine speeds up navigation and model selection

- Receive MIDI Clock and Send MIDI Clock have also been added to the Tempo panel shortcut. At any time, touch TAP to open the Tempo panel.

- When slaved to external MIDI clock, TAP’s scribble strip text grays out and its switch LED ring flashes blue

- Reverb > Plate, Room, Chamber, Hall, Echo, Tile, Cave, Ducking, and Octo have all been optimized to be less DSP-intensive

- Pitch > Pitch Wham, Twin Harmony, Simple Pitch, Dual Pitch, and 3 OSC Synth have all been optimized to be less DSP-intensive

- Non-selected Pedal Edit parameter switches now reflect dim block color

- Inactive Looper function switches now appear as dim white

- Additions to and improvements made to the existing factory preset bundle

Bug Fixes
- In very rare cases, corrupted presets containing a Volume/Pan > Volume Pedal block can cause volume to drop to 0% - FIXED

- Certain Roland keyboards constantly spit out active sensing MIDI messages (with no way to disable them), which could affect Helix’s MIDI transmission - FIXED

- The Channel Volume taper for the Archetype amp model was incorrect - FIXED

- Many other minor bug fixes and optimizations

Known Issues
- If a Variax guitar is connected to Helix, MIDI channel 16 should never be used, as channel 16 is how Variax Workbench communicates with the guitar. This is by design. On a related note, Variax Workbench should never be used while MIDI tracks are armed or playing back in your DAW

- In rare cases, Helix may freeze when very rapidly changing presets while receiving MIDI clock

- Helix’s blue TAP LED flashes but tempo is not actually synced unless an audio device is selected in Ableton Live

- Subtle stepping may be heard when adjusting the main VOLUME knob while audio is present

- If a user fails to read and follow the update instructions, Helix will engage Snapshot 2 in preset 8 Templates > 32D every day at 4:30 AM[/url]
[url= Windows users must also download the Helix USB driver, version 1.85, available here:]

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