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Manufacturer's ID: HELIXEFFECTS
HX Effects features 100+ effects taken from the award-winning Helix hardware and software processors, all in a compact, pedalboard-friendly format, and up to nine effects can be run simultaneously. In addition, legacy effects from the acclaimed Line 6 M-Series and Stompbox Modeler pedals are also included. Effortlessly edit effects using the eight capacitive sensing footswitches, six scribble strip LCDs, and colour-coded LED rings. Simply touch a footswitch with your finger to instantly jump to any effect, quickly adjust a parameter, or assign controllers. HX Effects also offers a choice of analog bypass or DSP bypass with trails, and an industry-leading 123dB of dynamic range delivers tremendous depth and ultra-low noise. Extensive routing and control options provide flexibility in the studio or on stage, and facilitate easy integration with traditional pedalboards and amps.
- 100+ HX effects for your pedalboard - run up to 9 simultaneously
- Additional legacy effects library from M13, M9, M5, DL4TM, MM4 TM, FM4 TM, and DM4 TM
- Capacitive-sensing switches with LED rings and scribble strips
- Acts as the command center for your entire amp and pedal rig
HX AUDIO ENGINE
HX Effects features the same HX audio engine as Helix processors, and leverages powerful DSP processing to run up to nine effects simultaneously. 123dB of dynamic range ensures exceptional depth, responsiveness, and ultra-low noise.
HX Effects features more than 100 of the same effects featured in our Helix guitar processors, including distortions, delays, reverbs, modulations, pitch/synth/filters, compressors/limiters, EQs, wahs, and a six switch looper. A legacy library of effects from the line 6 M13, M9, M5, DL4TM, MM4 TM, FM4 TM, and DM4 TM pedals is also included, and users can even load custom impusle responses (IRs) for stage/FOH routings and acoustic guitar body resonance.
BEHAVIOURAL EFFECTS MODELING
HX Effects accurately recreates the beahviour of even the most idiosyncratic vintage effects by modeling their individual components. For example, the Transtronic process emulates the unique behaviour of multiple germanium and silicon components, making it possible to authentically recreate fuzz, distortion, and other pedals once considered too persnickety to convincingly model; and the Throbber is a "virtual lightbulb" that mimics the decidedly nonlinear behaviour of the small incandescent bulb and four photocells inside the original Shin-ei Uni-Vibe pedals that are essential to their unique sound and vibe.