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Dim 25 Oct 2015 - 2:19 par Alexdreamworld

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Helix Firmware v2.80 Release Notes


Nouvelle mise à jour sortie le 18/07/2019!
IMPORTANT! 2.80 is the first firmware to utilize the new Helix Core engine, which unifies all Helix and HX products into the same ecosystem. Because there are tons of changes under the hood, presets created in 2.80 will not be compatible with earlier firmware, which means if you want to return to 2.71 for whatever reason, and you didn’t back up before updating to 2.80, your presets will NO LONGER WORK. Therefore, we _STRONGLY RECOMMEND_ everyone back up everything BEFORE updating.

Transitioning to Helix Core also forces us to reset your Global Settings. No way around that. Just back everything up, okay? Instructions for backing up begin… now.

Updating to 2.80 (READ ME!)
1a. Backing Up Helix / HX Hardware
Connect your Helix / HX processor to a Mac or PC via USB and turn it on. Do not use any sort of USB hub.
Open YOUR CURRENT VERSION of HX Edit (NOT the …


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Ven 30 Oct 2015 - 18:58 par Alexdreamworld

HX Edit v2.80 Release Notes


Nouvelle mise à jour sortie le 18/07/2019!

IMPORTANT! 2.80 is the first firmware to utilize the new Helix Core engine, which unifies all Helix and HX products into the same ecosystem. Because there are tons of changes under the hood, presets created in 2.80 will not be compatible with earlier firmware, which means if you want to return to 2.71 for whatever reason, and you didn’t back up before updating to 2.80, your presets will NO LONGER WORK. Therefore, we _STRONGLY RECOMMEND_ everyone back up everything BEFORE updating.

Transitioning to Helix Core also forces us to reset your Global Settings. No way around that. Just back everything up, okay? Instructions for backing up begin… now.

Updating to 2.80 (READ ME!)
1a. Backing Up Helix / HX Hardware
Connect your Helix / HX processor to a Mac or PC via USB and turn it on. Do not use any sort of USB hub.
Open YOUR CURRENT VERSION of HX Edit (NOT the new HX Edit 2.80).
From the top File menu, select …


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Message par Alexdreamworld le Mer 4 Juil 2018 - 15:18

Helix Native v1.80 Release Notes

Nouvelle mise à jour sortie le 18/07/2019!

NATIVE 1.80
IMPORTANT! 1.80 utilizes the new Helix Core engine, which unifies all Helix and HX products into the same ecosystem. Because there are tons of changes under the hood, presets created in 1.80 will not be compatible with earlier firmware, which means if you want to return to 1.71 for whatever reason, and you didn’t back up before updating to 1.80, your presets will NO LONGER WORK. Therefore, we STRONGLY RECOMMEND everyone back up everything BEFORE updating.

Instructions for backing up begin… now.

Updating to 1.80 (READ ME!)
1. Backing Up Helix Native.
Open any instance of YOUR CURRENT VERSION Helix Native (NOT the new Helix Native 1.80) within your DAW and click the gear icon in the lower left corner to open the Preferences window.
From the Presets/IRs tab, click “Export Bundle.”
Choose the destination folder and click “Save.”
TIP: If you want to load the 1.80 factory presets, it’s better to manually back up individual setlists, so you can later import them into empty setlists. To do this, from the preset library along the left side, select the setlist you want to back up and click the small yellow “Export.” Choose a destination folder and click “Save.” Repeat for any other setlists you want to back up.

2. Loading the 1.80 Factory Presets / Templates
IMPORTANT! The following procedure will COMPLETELY ERASE ALL OF YOUR CUSTOM PRESETS! If you want to keep them, make sure you back them up First! (See “STEP 1: Backing Up Helix Native” above.)

Open any instance of Helix Nativewithin your DAW and click the gear icon in the lower left corner to open the Preferences window.
From the Presets/IRs tab, click “Restore Factory Setlists”
3. Restoring Helix Native from a Backup
Open any instance of Helix Native within your DAW and click the gear icon in the lower left corner to open the Preferences window.
From the Presets/IRs tab, click “Import Bundle.”
Browse to the location chosen in STEP 1 above and click “Open.”
Whew! That wasn’t too terrible, now was it? What’s that… it was? Sorry. Now that Helix Core is finished, hopefully future update procedures will be less… involved.

New Amp Models in 1.80
Fullerton Nrm, based on* the classic 1958 Fender® 5C3 Tweed Deluxe (normal channel)

Fullerton Brt, based on* the classic 1958 Fender® 5C3 Tweed Deluxe (bright channel)

Fullerton Jump, based on* the classic 1958 Fender® 5C3 Tweed Deluxe (jumped channels)

Grammatico Nrm, based on* the modern 2016 Grammatico LaGrange (normal channel)

Grammatico Brt, based on* the modern 2016 Grammatico LaGrange (bright channel)

Grammatico Jump, based on* the modern 2016 Grammatico LaGrange (jumped channels)

Revv Gen Red, based on* the red (gain 2) channel of the Revv® Generator 120

Ampeg SVT-4 PRO, based on* the Ampeg® SVT-4 PRO

NOTE: All product names used in this document are trademarks of their respective owners and neither Yamaha Guitar Group nor Line 6 are associated or affiliated with them. These trademarks appear solely to identify products whose tones and sounds were studied by Line 6 during sound model development. That said, the teams at Revv and Grammatico are super cool (and patient!) and you should buy their awesome amps.

New Effects Models in 1.80
Distortion > Dhyana Drive (Mono, Stereo), based on* the Hermida Zendrive

Distortion > Heir Apparent (Mono, Stereo), based on* the Analogman Prince of Tone (basically half a King of Tone)

Distortion > Tone Sovereign (Mono, Stereo), based on* the Analogman King of Tone V4 (basically two Prince of Tones in one)

Distortion > ZeroAmp Bass DI (Mono, Stereo), based on* the Tech 21® SansAmp Bass Driver DI V1

Distortion > Ampeg Scrambler (Mono, Stereo), based on* the Ampeg® Scrambler Bass Overdrive

Filter > Asheville Pattrn (Mono, Stereo), based on* the Moog® Moogerfooger® MF-105M MIDI MuRF Filter (with both MuRF and Bass MuRF voicings)

EQ > Low/High Shelf (Mono, Stereo), Line 6 Original

EQ > Tilt (Mono, Stereo), Line 6 Original. Tilt is a subtle 6dB EQ that boosts high frequencies while simultaneously attenuating low frequencies (or vice versa). Great for quickly making tones a bit brighter or darker. The Center Freq parameter sets the frequency around which the boost and cut pivot

NOTE: All product names used in this document are trademarks of their respective owners and neither Yamaha Guitar Group nor Line 6 are associated or affiliated with them. These trademarks appear solely to identify products whose tones and sounds were studied by Line 6 during sound model development.

New Features in 1.80
NOTE: For additional information on Helix Native 1.80, check out the latest Helix Native Pilot’s Guides, which is automatically installed with the new 1.80 software.

Snapshot Bypass
There may be situations where you don’t want Helix’s snapshots to control a particular block’s bypass state; that is, you’d prefer to turn it on and off manually. For example, you may want manual control of a boost pedal at any time without worrying whether a particular snapshot might turn it on or off.

Right-click (Mac: control-click) on a processing block and uncheck “Snapshot Bypass.” Alternatively, right-click (Mac: control-click) the Bypass button to uncheck “Snapshot Bypass.”

Hardware Compatibility Mode
Helix Native can now reflect the signal flow and model set of all Helix and HX hardware devices, so transferring presets to and from your DAW is even easier. In addition, Hardware Compatibility can be disabled entirely, so the simultaneous model count is now limited only by the speed of your computer.

Open any instance of Helix Native within your DAW and click the gear icon in the lower left corner to open the Preferences window.
Click the Hardware Compatibility tab.
From the “Current Hardware Compatibility Mode” pull-down menu, select one of the following options:
Off

Disables Hardware Compatibility and lets you add as many blocks (of any type) as your computer’s horsepower will allow. Choose this setting if you don’t own any Helix or HX hardware

Helix Floor /LT / Rack (the default)

Configures Helix Native such that any presets made can be easily loaded into Helix Floor, Helix Rack/Control, or Helix LT

HX Effects

Configures Helix Native such that any presets made can be easily loaded into HX Effects. In this mode, no Amp or Cab models will be available

HX Stomp

Configures Helix Native such that any presets made can be easily loaded into HX Stomp

Click OK. Depending on the current Hardware Compatibility Mode, Helix Native may repopulate the preset list to reflect that of the selected hardware. For example, if you choose “HX Stomp,” HX Stomp’s factory presets will appear and the signal flow will be limited to six blocks
Click “Set as Default” to ensure any new instances of Helix Native open in the selected mode.
IMPORTANT! Each Hardware Compatibility Mode incorporates its own, independent preset library. Therefore, you will see the Helix Native preset library automatically repopulate to reflect that of the selected hardware.

Helix / HX Preset Sharing
All Helix and HX hardware and software now live within the same ecosystem. Using multiple instances of Helix Native, both blocks and entire presets can be freely dragged and dropped or copied and pasted between units. Aside from the obvious caveats below, all Helix and HX products can now share the same content.

IMPORTANT! Due to the vast differences in how Helix/HX products manage controllers, snapshots, and Command Center messages, there is no guarantee that every single tiny detail of a preset will translate properly.

You can now drag / drop, copy / paste, or otherwise load:

HX Effects or HX Stomp presets into Helix Floor / Rack / LT and Helix Native. If an HX Effects preset has 9 blocks, the ninth block will be routed to Path 2

Helix Floor / Rack / LT, Helix Native, or HX Stomp presets into HX Effects. However, there are caveats.

To avoid an error message, the source preset must:

Contain 9 or fewer blocks
Not contain any Amp+Cab, Amp, Preamp, or Cab blocks
Contain no more than one Split and Merge block
Fit within one path worth of DSP processing
Helix Floor / Rack/LT, Helix Native, or HX Effects presets into HX Stomp. However, there are caveats. To avoid an error message, the source preset must:

Contain 6 or fewer blocks
Contain no more than one Split and Merge block Fit within one path worth of DSP processing
Helix Floor / Rack/LT, HX Effects, or HX Stomp presets into Helix Native

NOTE: A dialog box will appear if the source preset cannot be accommodated by the current Hardware Compatibility Mode (see above). At this point, you may choose to switch the current Hardware Compatibility Mode to that of the source preset, or attempt to translate the preset into the current Hardware Compatibility Mode, given the caveats above. See the Helix Native Pilot’s Guide for more information. Click the question mark icon in the lower left corner of the plug-in.

Undo/Redo
Helix Native now supports multiple levels of undo/redo.

Click the Undo button to undo the most recent edit.
Click the Redo button to redo the most recent undo.
MIDI Learn
Helix Native can now learn an incoming MIDI CC message and automatically assign it to a parameter.

Right-click on a parameter and select Controller > MIDI Learn. A small brain icon flashes. If you change your mind, click the icon to cancel.
Send Helix Native a MIDI CC message. The parameter is automatically assigned to it.
TIP: In Helix Native, right-click (Mac: control-click) on a processing block to open a pull-down that lets you manually assign a MIDI CC to block bypass. Right-click (Mac: control-click) on a parameter slider to open a pull-down menu that lets you manually assign a MIDI CC to parameter control.

NOTE: Not all DAW software automatically routes incoming MIDI data through to any plug-in, especially those instantiated as an insert on an audio track. See your DAW’s documentation for more information. The new MIDI In indicator in the lower right corner flashes if Helix Native receives MIDI data.

Other Changes and Improvements in 1.80
On a Cab > Dual block, changing the first cab no longer changes the second cab.

Impulse Response blocks now display as many IR file name characters as will fit in the inspector header

Additional values have been added to recall snapshots remotely via MIDI CC69 Value 8 will select the next snapshot and Value 9 will select the previous snapshot

A small indicator in the lower right corner of the plug-in window flashes whenever a MIDI message is received

Automation and MIDIcontroller assignments can now be managed together from the AutomationController Assign tab

Blocks assigned to controllers or automation now display their category name in brackets. Parameters assigned to controllers or automation display a small icon to the left of their parameter sliders. In addition, pop-up menus now display controller or automation assignments, if any

From the Automation/Controller Assign tab, right-click (Mac: control-click) an assignment to open a pull-down menu, letting you clear one or all assignments

A new “Restore Factory Settings” button has been added to the bottom of the Preferences window

Wow, you’re still reading this? Congratulations; you’re way cooler and better looking than other Helix/HX owners. Celebrate your superiority with some delicious tacos.

As Ampeg is now Line 6’s sister company, all pre-1.80 Ampeg models have been renamed:

Amp > Bass > Tuck n’ Go is now called “Ampeg B-15NF”

Amp > Bass > SV Beast Nrm is now called “Ampeg SVT Nrm”

Amp > Bass > SV Beast Brt is now called “Ampeg SVT Brt”

Cab > 1x15 Tuck n’ Go is now called “1x15 Ampeg B-15”

Cab > 4x10 Rhino is now called “4x10 Ampeg HLF”

Cab > 8x10 SV Beast is now called “8x10 Ampeg SVT E”

Numerous stability and performance improvements Lots of other little things

Known Issues in 1.80
Downgrading to 1.71 or older will erase ALL preset data.

A preset may load blank after dragging a looper block across a split, merge and another block two times. Simply load the preset again and it will load as expected.

Undo/Redo does not work when switching between time and note divisions.

Save to Library lists presets in “01A-32D” setlist format regardless of preferences


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Helix Native v1.71 Release Notes

Nouvelle mise à jour sortie le 05/12/2018!

Helix Native 1.71

New Features

• Block Drag and Drop—Individual blocks in Helix Native can now be dragged and dropped between it and HX Edit or another Helix Native instance/panel

• Paste Before and Paste After—Blocks copied to the clipboard can now be inserted before or after the selected block. Right-click a block and select "Paste Before" or "Paste After”

Improvements/Changes

• Quick Clear—Hovering your mouse over a block again displays a small “x” icon. Click the icon to clear the block

Bug Fixes

• In Pro Tools, the compare function would load only the selected preset — FIXED

• In Logic Pro X, after moving an instance of Helix Native to another channel strip location, the compare state could sometimes reverse — FIXED

• In Final Cut Pro, the master input and output sliders could load at -120dB — FIXED


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Helix Native v1.70 Release Notes

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

New Features (Helix Native 1.70)

• Marketplace support—Marketplace is a new online destination that lets users purchase presets and impulse responses created by select third-party content gurus. From the lower left-hand corner Helix Native, click "My Account" and then choose "Get More Presets..." or "Get More IRs..."

Bug Fixes

• Helix Native only—Control/Command-click on parameter slider would not always snap to the hardware's default value — FIXED

• Many other minor bug fixes and improvements


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Helix Native v1.60 Release Notes

Nouvelle mise à jour sortie le 02/07/2018!
Helix Native 1.60 “The Spring Cleaning Update”

Helix Native delivers the same award-winning HX amp and effects modeling found in Line 6’s best-selling Helix hardware guitar and effects processors, bringing authentic tone to your favorite DAW.

Helix Native is available as a fully functional 15-day free trial, which requires a Line 6 account.

Learn more at http://line6.com/helix/helixnative.html.
New Amp Models (2)

   Cali Texas Ch1, based on* the clean channel of the MESA/Boogie® Lonestar
   Placater Clean, based on* the clean channel of the Friedman BE-100

New Effects Models (3)

   Distortion > Deranged Master (Mono, Stereo), based on* the Dallas Rangemaster Treble Booster—WARNING! Like the real thing, this model will take your head off! Works best before a distorted amp
   Distortion > Deez One Vintage (Mono, Stereo), based on* the BOSS© DS-1 distortion pedal (classic Made-in-Japan version)
   Distortion > Deez One Mod (Mono, Stereo), based on* the BOSS© DS-1 distortion pedal (Keeley mod version)

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

   MIDI block bypass—Helix Native now lets you bypass individual blocks via MIDI. Right-click (or Control-click) the desired block and from the pull-down menu, select MIDI Bypass > MIDI In. Then click the Automation/Controller Assign tab and choose the desired CC#. Note that there are lots of CCs that Helix Native will ignore, as these are reserved for Helix hardware functionality. See the Helix Native Pilot’s Guide for more information
   MIDI parameter control—Helix Native now lets you control parameters via MIDI. In the inspector, right-click (or Control-click) the desired parameter and from the pull-down menu, select Controller Assign > MIDI CC. Then click the Automation/Controller Assign tab and choose the parameter from the list. Adjust the MIDI CC#, Min, and Max Values
   MIDI snapshot select—To select a snapshot in Helix Native, send it a MIDI CC#69 message. Value 0 will recall Snapshot 1, Value 1 will recall Snapshot 2, Value 2 will recall Snapshot 3, and so on
   Block Copypaste between Helix Native and HX Edit/—Helix Native now lets you copy and paste individual blocks between plugin multiple instances and HX Edit. Right-click (or Control-click) the desired block and select Copy. Then switch to HX Edit and on the Signal Flow view, right click on the destination block (or an empty block location) and select Paste
   Helix Native now lets you copy and paste individual blocks after closing and then reopening the plugin window
   Helix Native now lets you copy and paste individual blocks between multiple instances

Improvements/Changes

   The most recent new HX Reverb models have been tweaked to sound notably wetter (see Known Issues below)
   When changing the Time parameter, Legacy delay models now exhibit a more organic behavior (like DL4 and Echo Pro)
   Helix, Helix Rack/Control, Helix LT only: Variax Shuriken bank names now appear in the Input > Multi and Input > Variax block without requiring connection to Variax Workbench
   Plug-in window now loads faster
   Many under-the-hood improvements

Bug Fixes

   DSP intensive presets with one or more Placater Amp+Cab, Amp, or Preamp blocks can sometimes generate an error message — FIXED
   The Filter > Legacy > Obi Wah model is mono (should be stereo) — FIXED
   Modulation > Legacy > Analog Chorus > Mode parameter was mislabeled “CH Vib” — FIXED
   PitchSynth > Legacy > Smart Harmony > Key parameter was mislabeled “V1 Key” — /FIXED
   Attempting to import a very long Impulse Response can sometimes result in Helix Native freezing — FIXED
   Clearing all setlists and presets does not clear preset names until the plugin window is closed and reopened — FIXED
   In some cases, tempo changes may not be properly recalled when Tempo is set to Per Snapshot — FIXED
   Moving the Merge > Mixer block to Path B and then moving it back to its original position on Path A can result in an error message — FIXED
   In some cases, Path 2B’s input cannot be set to Host — FIXED
   Many other minor bug fixes, optimizations, and stability improvements

Known Issues

   As the new HX Reverb models have been tweaked to sound notably “wetter”, any existing user presets that use these models will sound different. Although Helix and HX hardware has the ability to compensate for changes made to models when rebuilding presets (and one of our goals is to rarely if ever cause audible changes to existing user presets), the improvements made to the reverb blocks unfortunately cannot be compensated for.
   * In ProTools, the Compare function only loads the selected preset.
   In Logic 10.4.1, after moving an instance of Helix Native to another channel strip location, the Compare state can sometimes reverse.
   The DAW’s Compare function toggles between the two previously loaded presets, instead of toggling any edits made to the preset.
   A processing block cannot be moved between a Split or Mixer and another processing block.
   In Logic, switches 13-16, Master Input/Output, and Snapshot Index parameters are missing from the Automation lane list.

HAVE A GREAT IDEA FOR HELIX NATIVE?

If you have a great idea for Helix Native, we want to hear about it! Please visit *http://line6.ideascale.com* to post your requests and suggestions, or vote for features. This is the most direct way for you to influence our updates, and we look forward to hearing from you!


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Helix Native v1.50 Release Notes

Nouvelle mise à jour sortie le 07/02/2018!
Helix Native 1.50 Release Notes

Helix Native delivers the same award-winning HX amp and effects modeling found in Line 6’s best-selling Helix hardware guitar and effects processors, bringing authentic tone to your favorite DAW.

Helix Native is available as a fully functional 15-day free trial, which requires a Line 6 account.

Learn more at http://line6.com/helix/helixnative.html.
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)

Helix Native now includes a library of effects from M13, M9, M5, DL4, DM4, FM4, and MM4. These appear in a new "Legacy" subcategory in the model list.
- Delay > Multi Pass (Mono, Stereo), Line 6 Original
- 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 MODELS (77)
- Distortion > Tube Drive, based on* the Chandler Tube Driver.
- Distortion > Screamer, based on* the Ibanez® Tube Screamer®.
- Distortion > Overdrive, based on* the DOD® Overdrive/Preamp 250.
- Distortion > Classic Dist, based on* the ProCo Rat.
- Distortion > Heavy Dist, based on* the BOSS® Metal Zone.
- Distortion > Colordrive, based on* the Colorsound® Overdriver.
- Distortion > Buzz Saw, based on* the Maestro® Fuzz Tone.
- Distortion > Facial Fuzz, based on* the Arbiter® Fuzz Face®.
- Distortion > Jumbo Fuzz, based on* the Vox® Tone Bender.
- Distortion > Fuzz Pi, based on* the Electro-Harmonix® Big Muff Pi®.
- Distortion > Jet Fuzz, based on* the Roland® Jet Phaser.
- Distortion > Line 6 Drive, based on* the Colorsound® Overdriver (modded).
- Distortion > Line 6 Distortion, Line 6 Original.
- Distortion > Sub Oct Fuzz, based on* the PAiA Rocktave Divider.
- Distortion > Octave Fuzz, based on* the Tycobrahe® Octavia.

- Dynamics > Tube Comp, based on* the Teletronix® LA-2A®.
- Dynamics > Red Comp, based on* the MXR® Dyna Comp.
- Dynamics > Blue Comp, based on* the BOSS® CS-1.
- Dynamics > Blue Comp Treb, based on* the BOSS® CS-1 (Treble switch on).
- Dynamics > Vetta Comp, Line 6 Original.
- Dynamics > Vetta Juice, Line 6 Original.
- Dynamics > Boost Comp, based on* the MXR® Micro Amp.

- Modulation > Pattern Tremolo, Line 6 Original.
- Modulation > Panner, Line 6 Original.
- Modulation > Bias Tremolo, based on* the 1960 Vox® AC-15 Tremolo.
- Modulation > Opto Tremolo, based on* the 1964 Fender® Deluxe Reverb®.
- Modulation > Script Phase, based on* the MXR® Phase 90 (script logo version).
- Modulation > Panned Phaser, based on* the Ibanez® Flying Pan.
- Modulation > Barberpole, Line 6 Original.
- Modulation > Dual Phaser, based on* the Mu-Tron® Bi-Phase.
- Modulation > U-Vibe, based on* the Shin-ei Uni-Vibe®.
- Modulation > Phaser, based on* the MXR® Phase 90.
- Modulation > Pitch Vibrato, based on* the BOSS® VB-2.
- Modulation > Dimension, based on* the Roland® Dimension D.
- Modulation > Analog Chorus, based on* the BOSS® CE-1.
- Modulation > Tri Chorus, based on* the Dytronics® Tri-Stereo Chorus.
- Modulation > Analog Flanger, based on* the MXR® Flanger.
- Modulation > Jet Flanger, based on* the A/DA Flanger.
- Modulation > AC Flanger, based on* the MXR® Flanger.
- Modulation > 80A Flanger, based on* the A/DA Flanger.
- Modulation > Frequency Shift, Line 6 Original.
- Modulation > Ring Modulator, Line 6 Original.
- Modulation > Rotary Drum, based on* the Fender® Vibratone.
- Modulation > Rotary Drm/Horn, based on* the Leslie® 145.

- Delay > Ping Pong, Line 6 Original.
- Delay > Dynamic, based on* the TC Electronic® 2290.
- Delay > Stereo, Line 6 Original.
- Delay > Digital, Line 6 Original.
- Delay > Dig w/ Mod, Line 6 Original.
- Delay > Reverse, Line 6 Original.
- Delay > Lo Res, Line 6 Original.
- Delay > Tube Echo, based on* the Maestro® Echoplex EP-1.
- Delay > Tape Echo, based on* the Maestro® Echoplex EP-3.
- Delay > Sweep Echo, Line 6 Original.
- Delay > Echo Platter, based on* the Binson® EchoRec®.
- Delay > Analog Echo, based on* the BOSS® DM-2.
- Delay > Analog w/ Mod, based on* the Electro-Harmonix® Deluxe Memory Man.
- Delay > Auto-Volume Echo, Line 6 Original.
- Delay > Multi-Head, based on* the Roland® RE-101 Space Echo.

- Pitch/Synth > Bass Octaver, based on* the EBS® OctaBass.
- Pitch/Synth > Smart Harmony, based on* the Eventide® H3000.
- Pitch/Synth > Octi Synth, Line 6 Original.
- Pitch/Synth > Synth O Matic, Line 6 Original.
- Pitch/Synth > Attack Synth, based on* the Korg® X911 Guitar Synth.
- Pitch/Synth > Synth String, based on* the Roland® GR700 Guitar Synth.
- Pitch/Synth > Growler, Line 6 Original.

- Filter > Voice Box, Line 6 Original.
- Filter > V Tron, based on* the Musitronics® Mu-Tron® III.
- Filter > Q Filter, Line 6 Original.
- Filter > Seeker, based on* the Z Vex Seek Wah.
- Filter > Obi Wah, based on* the Oberheim® voltage-controlled S&H filter.
- Filter > Tron Up, based on* the Musitronics® Mu-Tron® III (up position).
- Filter > Tron Down, based on* the Musitronics® Mu-Tron® III (down position).
- Filter > Throbber, based on* the Electrix® Filter Factory.
- Filter > Slow Filter, Line 6 Original.
- Filter > Spin Cycle, based on* the Craig Anderton's Wah/Anti-Wah.
- Filter > Comet Trails, Line 6 Original.

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

   Snapshots - Helix Native now supports up to eight Snapshots per preset.
   Drag block to clear - Click and drag a block out out of the signal flow view to clear it.
   Dragging an amp/effect block nudges neighboring blocks out of the way to allow insertion
   Dragging a split/join block reveals insertion points between amp/effect positions (basically the same as previous behavior).
   Split/join positions can be nudged from any direction at any point along path A.

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 tempo 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.

BUG FIXES

   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.
   The Tempo Host Sync would be lost when reloading a session.
   Pro Tools: Latency Compensation broken when Helix Native plugin is bypassed.

KNOWN ISSUES

   Recalling an effect or instrument rack in Ableton Live with Helix Native instantiated can mute the track.
   Workaround: Uninstantiate and re-instantiate the plug-in.
   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.
   The copy/paste clipboard may be cleared after closing and reopening Helix Native.



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Date d'inscription : 25/10/2015
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