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POD HD500 - POD HD500 V. 2.10. avialable... 16-10-2012 Comments (0)

Line 6 released a free firmware update V. 2.10 for POD HD500, it's available now.

POD HD500 Flash Memory v2.1 RELEASE NOTES

POD HD500 Flash Memory v2.1
is a FREE firmware update that is highly recommended for all POD HD500 users.

What’s New? POD HD500 2.1 includes five new HD guitar amp models and integration support for L3t, L3m, and L3s speakers over L6 LINK.

  • “Solo 100 Clean”, “Solo 100 Crunch”, and “Solo 100 Overdrive” HD Guitar Amp Models Three new HD guitar amp models based on* the Clean/Crunch and Overdrive channels of the classic, hand-built Soldano® SLO100 Super Lead Overdrive 100-watt head.
  • “Line 6 Doom” and “Line 6 Epic” HD Guitar Amp Models Two new, Line 6 original HD guitar amp models with lots of gain on tap. Line 6 Doom delivers maximum sludge by combining a Marshall® JCM800 preamp and Hiwatt® Custom 100 power amp with some additional tweaks. Line 6 Epic provides sustain for days at virtually any playing dynamic, giving up gobs of distortion with ease. Play with the Master Volume parameter to experience the true versatility of these amps.
  • StageSource Speaker Support The update also enables POD HD Pro and POD HD500 to integrate with StageSource loudspeakers in revolutionary new ways. You can instantly recall StageSource Smart Speaker modes via POD HD presets, making StageSource and POD HD Pro or HD500 the ultimate integrated FRFR (Full Range Flat Response) guitar system. You can switch from a full-range acoustic sound for the verse to a dialed-in 2 x 12” guitar cabinet for the chorus—with just the press of a footswitch. You can also change to Keyboard mode for dramatic guitar synth soundscapes. Add multiple StageSource speakers via L6 LINK for stereo effects configuration, wet/dry/wet setups, and more.

FAQ For more information about POD HD500, the POD HD500 FAQ can be found here.

The Advanced Users Guide The latest version of the Advanced User's Guide for the POD HD500 can be found here.


*All product names used in this webpage are trademarks of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with Line 6. These trademarks of other manufacturers are used solely to identify the products of those manufacturers whose tones and sounds were studied during Line 6’s sound model development.

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POD HD500 - V. 4.2.5.4 driver update avialable... 09-05-2012 Comments (0)

Line 6 released a free driver update V. 4.2.5.4. This driver release fixes problems with model pack authorization on some recent i5/i7 computers and sets the +18 boost for POD HD, POD HD300, POD HD400, POD HD500 and POD HD PRO to off by default.

Launch your Monkey to update

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POD HD500 - POD HD500 V. 2.02.00 avialable... 03-04-2012 Comments (0)

POD HD500 Flash Memory v2.02 is avalaible as a free download from the Line 6 website

RELEASE NOTES

POD HD500 Flash Memory v2.02
is a FREE firmware update that is highly recommended for all POD HD500 users.

What’s New? POD HD500 2.02 includes two brand-new HD guitar amp models, the world’s first HD bass amp model (with eight mic model choices) and a new vintage-voiced mic preamp model.

  • “Plexi Lead NRM” and “Plexi Lead BRT” HD Guitar Amp Models
    Stunning new HD guitar amp models based on* the Normal and Bright inputs of the legendary Marshall® “Plexi” 1959 Super Lead 100-watt head.
  • “Flip Top” HD Bass Amp Model
    Based on* the Ampeg® B-15NF Portaflex®, one of the most popular studio bass amps of all time.
  • Eight New Mic Choices for the “Flip Top” Cab Model
    Get your ideal bass tone from the new “Flip Top” HD bass model with eight mic choices based on*:
    • Shure® SM57
    • Sennheiser® 421
    • AKG® D12
    • AKG® D112
    • EV® RE20
    • Shure® SM7B
    • Heil® PR40
    • Neumann® U47
  • “Vintage” HD Mic Preamp Model
    A vintage-voiced tube mic preamp based on* the Requisite® Y7. Place this model at any point in the signal chain to give incredible warmth to vocal sounds and guitar and bass tones. Its controls include:
    • Gain: Input Gain
    • HPF: Provides a High-Pass Filter with a range of 20Hz-500Hz
    • LPF: Provides a Low-Pass Filter with a range of 5kHz-20kHz
    • Phase: 0 or 180 degree out of phase (useful when used within parallel signal paths)
    • Output: Output Level
  • Cabinet Model Deep Edit Parameters
    These parameters offer more control over the response of the POD HD cab models, allowing more customization than ever. Each cabinet model includes the following controls:
    • Low Cut: Provides a gentle High-Pass Filter with a range of 20Hz-500Hz
    • Res Level: Controls the cabinet’s overall Resonance Level
    • Thump: Controls the cabinet’s Low Frequency Resonance Level
    • Decay: Controls the cabinet’s Resonance over time

Note: Thump and Decay controls are affected by the Resonance Level control. When Res Level is at lower settings these inter-related controls will have minimal effect.

This update also includes a variety of new features and enhancements that make a POD HD500, James Tyler Variax, and DT25 or DT50 guitar amplifier dream rig even more powerful and easy to use.

  • Variax Knobs as Controllers
    Variax Tone and Volume knobs can act like expression pedals, controlling different aspects of your tone such as delay time, amp drive, etc. Controllers are capable of driving up to 50+ POD HD parameters simultaneously, making it possible to morph between sounds with a single guitar knob.
  • James Tyler Variax Local Control Options
    To provide smooth, intuitive transitions between the modeled and magnetic pickups, you can choose whether the Volume, Tone and Pickup Selector switch will control both the model and magnetic pickups simultaneously, or lock the model and affect only the magnetic pickups. For example, when using both acoustic and electric tones, you can lock the acoustic model controls so that tweaking knobs and switching pickups when playing the electric sound won’t affect the sound of the acoustic. Locking Volume and Tone controls can also be useful when using Variax knobs as Controllers.

Note: Locking the Variax Volume knob will affect both Magnetic and Model while locking the Variax Tone knob will only affect Models.

  • Variax Control Mode (Global/Preset)
    Choose whether you want to assign Variax guitar models and Local Control settings globally, or on a per-preset basis. Alternately, you can get complete manual control by selecting:
    • Variax Control: Global
    • Local Control: Unlocked (JTV only)
    • Model: Don’t Force.
  • Refined James Tyler Variax Integration
  • The new input selections “Variax” and “Variax Mags” allow you to assign any configuration of magnetic pickups and Variax models per POD HD preset.

    Mag/Model selection is now recalled per preset, allowing you to pick up exactly where you left off – no need to manually enable/disable models or program preset-driven input changes.
  • POD HD/James Tyler Variax Custom Tuning Creation
    Now you can create custom Variax tunings for any or all of your POD HD presets. Save and recall them per preset — and get up to 512 unique custom guitar tunings with instant footswitch control.

Bug Fixes

  • Limited resolution for Pitch Glide Min/Max Settings in Controller Assign page – Fixed

Known Issues

  • AC Frequency – When connected to a DT50 or DT25 amplifier, POD HD500 may have its AC Frequency parameter (Setup Page 2) automatically changed. Be sure to check this setting after turning on a connected DT series amplifier.
  • Set List Names – If during the update process new presets are optionally loaded to over-write the previous set, Set List names may not correlate to the new presets appropriately. This is because renaming Set Lists is not a part of the firmware update process. Set List names may be changed in the hardware using a variety of methods:
    • System Reset – Pressing (and holding down) the four-way navigation pad to the left while powering up will perform a Global Settings reset. This action will reset all settings to their factory default and requires a recalibration of the on-board expression pedal. Instructions for pedal calibration can be found here. Due to the pedal recalibration, it is generally recommended to update the Set List names using the manual method described below.
    • Manual - Set Lists may be renamed manually by simply highlighting a Set List name and pressing the Save button. Use the four encoders beneath the main display and press Save to complete.

      The presets in firmware v2.02 correlate to the following Set List names, as seen in the main display from left to right, top to bottom:

      BEST OF HD
      FX HEAVY
      SONGS / STYLE
      BASS/ACO/VOC
      L6LINK <-> DT
      USER 1
      USER 2
      USER 3

FAQ For more information about POD HD500, the POD HD500 FAQ can be found here.

The Advanced Users Guide The latest version of the Advanced User's Guide for the POD HD500 can be found here.


*All product names used in this document are trademarks of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with Line 6. These trademarks of other manufacturers are used solely to identify the products of those manufacturers whose tones and sounds were studied during Line 6’s sound model development. Fender, Bassman, Deluxe Reverb and Twin Reverb are registered trademarks of Fender Musical Instruments Corporation. Hiwatt is a registered trademark of Fernandes Company Ltd. Supro is a registered trademark of Zinky Electronics, LLC. Gibson is a registered trademark of Gibson Guitar Corp. Dr. Z is a registered trademark of Dr. Z Amps, Inc. Vox is a registered trademark of Vox R&D Limited. Marshall is a registered trademark of Marshall Amplification Plc. Bogner is a registered trademark of Bogner Amplification. Ampeg and Portaflex are registered trademarks of Loud Technologies, Inc.Mesa/Boogie and Rectifier are registered trademarks of Mesa/Boogie Ltd. Engl is a registered trademark of Ausflug, Beate and Engl, Edmund.

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POD HD500 - POD HD Edit V. 2.0 available... 03-04-2012 Comments (0)

POD HD500 Edit v2.00 is available

RELEASE NOTES

POD HD500 Edit v2.00 is a FREE software update that is highly recommended for all POD HD500 users. If you are a POD HD500 owner, please download and install the latest version of Line 6 Monkey software and use it to update your POD HD500 Edit software. Once you've connected your POD HD500 to your computer via USB port (hubs are not supported) Monkey will recognize your unit and take you through the update process. The Line 6 Monkey application may be downloaded here.

What's New? Support for:

  • "Plexi Lead NRM" and "Plexi Lead BRT" HD Guitar Amp Models
  • "Flip Top" HD Bass Amp Model
  • Eight New Mic Choices for the "Flip Top" Cab Model
  • "Vintage" HD Mic Preamp Model
  • Cabinet Model Deep Edit Parameters
  • Variable Impedance Settings


FAQ For more information about POD HD500, the POD HD500 FAQ can be found here.

The Advanced Users Guide The latest version of the Advanced User's Guide for the POD HD can be found here

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POD HD500 - POD HD500 V. 1.43.00 avialable... 14-02-2012 Comments (0)

Line 6 realesed new Flash Memory V. 143.00 for POD HD500, please read the following instructions and update accordingly.

POD HD500 Flash Memory v1.43 RELEASE NOTES

Important Note:
It is highly recommended that this update is installed in a specific sequence along with POD HD500 Edit v1.08. Please see the installation notes* below.

Bug Fixes
This update addresses a bug which allows invalid data to be introduced to presets. The invalid data is caused by asynchronous communication between the POD HD500 hardware device and the POD HD500 Edit software application. In rare instances recalling presets containing invalid data may cause intermittent high volume events.
Installing POD HD500 firmware v1.43 POD and HD500 Edit v1.08 prevents invalid data from being introduced into presets. During synchronization between POD HD500 and POD HD500 Edit, the hardware displays a “Sync In Progress” message and does not respond to any buttons or knobs until synchronization is complete.

Additionally any presets which contain invalid data are reset to an initialized state. These presets are easily identified as “New Tone (Reset)”.

*Installation Notes
Please follow these steps sequentially:

  • Disconnect any audio connections to the POD HD500, connect to the computer via USB and save a preset Bundle, Set Lists, or individual presets from POD HD Edit v1.06 (if you do not wish to save any existing presets you may skip this step)
  • Quit the POD HD500 Edit app and launch Line 6 Monkey to install POD HD500 Edit v1.08
  • Complete the POD HD500 Edit installation, connect the POD HD500 to your computer’s USB port, and launch Monkey to install POD HD500 Flash Memory v1.43
  • During installation Monkey will ask if you want to keep your presets – click “No”, and complete installation following the on-screen instructions.
  • Launch POD HD500 Edit to restore any saved presets.



Known Issues

  • AC Frequency – When connected to a DT50 or DT25 amplifier, POD HD500 may have its AC Frequency parameter (Setup Page 2) automatically changed. Be sure to check this setting after turning on a connected DT series amplifier.
  • Set List Names – If during the update process new presets are optionally loaded to over-write the previous set, Set List names may not correlate to the new presets appropriately. This is because renaming Set Lists is not a part of the firmware update process. Set List names may be changed in the hardware using a variety of methods:
    • Manual - Set Lists may be renamed manually by simply highlighting a Set List name and pressing the Save button. Use the four encoders beneath the main display and press Save to complete.
    • System Reset – Pressing (and holding down) the four-way navigation pad to the left while powering up will perform a Global Settings reset. This action will reset all settings to their factory default and requires a recalibration of the on-board expression pedal. Instructions for pedal calibration can be found here. Due to the pedal recalibration, it is generally recommended to update the Set List names using the manual method described above.

      The presets in firmware v1.4.3 correlate to the following Set List names, as seen in the main display from left to right, top to bottom:

      BEST OF HD
      FX HEAVY
      SONGS / STYLE
      BASS/ACO/VOC
      L6LINK <-> DT
      USER 1
      USER 2
      USER 3

FAQ For more information about POD HD500, the POD HD FAQ can be found here.

Advanced User's Guide The latest version of the Advanced User's Guide for the POD HD500 can be found here.

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POD HD500 - POD HD Edit V. 1.08 available... 14-02-2012 Comments (0)

Line 6 releassed a new version of POD HD500 Edit to solve some reported issues.

Dear POD HD Edit user:

As a follow up to our communication on 1-27-2012, we have updates for both the POD HD 500 firmware and POD HD500 Edit software application. These updates address the intermittent high volume events reported by some of our users. For further detail regarding these updates, please read the release notes.

The release is currently available on our website in our downloads section, http://line6.com/software/. Should you have any questions regarding this update, please contact us here: http://line6.com/company/contact/podhdeditor_feedback/. If you have trouble, please copy and paste these links into your browser address line. You can also contact us by phone. In the U.S. please dial 818-575-3600 and in Europe please dial +44(0) 1788 566 566.

Sincerely,

The Line 6 Customer Service Team

POD HD500 Flash Memory v1.43 RELEASE NOTES

Important Note:
It is highly recommended that this update is installed in a specific sequence along with POD HD500 Edit v1.08. Please see the installation notes* below.

Bug Fixes
This update addresses a bug which allows invalid data to be introduced to presets. The invalid data is caused by asynchronous communication between the POD HD500 hardware device and the POD HD500 Edit software application. In rare instances recalling presets containing invalid data may cause intermittent high volume events.
Installing POD HD500 firmware v1.43 POD and HD500 Edit v1.08 prevents invalid data from being introduced into presets. During synchronization between POD HD500 and POD HD500 Edit, the hardware displays a “Sync In Progress” message and does not respond to any buttons or knobs until synchronization is complete.

Additionally any presets which contain invalid data are reset to an initialized state. These presets are easily identified as “New Tone (Reset)”.

*Installation Notes
Please follow these steps sequentially:

  • Disconnect any audio connections to the POD HD500, connect to the computer via USB and save a preset Bundle, Set Lists, or individual presets from POD HD Edit v1.06 (if you do not wish to save any existing presets you may skip this step)
  • Quit the POD HD500 Edit app and launch Line 6 Monkey to install POD HD500 Edit v1.08
  • Complete the POD HD500 Edit installation, connect the POD HD500 to your computer’s USB port, and launch Monkey to install POD HD500 Flash Memory v1.43
  • During installation Monkey will ask if you want to keep your presets – click “No”, and complete installation following the on-screen instructions.
  • Launch POD HD500 Edit to restore any saved presets.



Known Issues

  • The current version of POD HD500 Edit (v1.08) does not provide provisions to control Variable Input Impedance nor Global Input Selection parameters. These features are currently only accessible within the POD HD500 hardware GUI.

FAQ For more information about POD HD500, the POD HD FAQ can be found here.

Advanced User's Guide The latest version of the Advanced User's Guide for the POD HD500 can be found here.

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POD HD500 - POD HD Edit V. 1.06 available... 22-11-2011 Comments (0)

POD HD500 Edit v1.06 is available as a free download.

RELEASE NOTES

POD HD500 Edit v1.06 is a FREE software update that is highly recommended for all POD HD500 users. If you are a POD HD500 owner, please download and install the latest version of Line 6 Monkey software and use it to update your POD HD500 Edit software. Once you've connected your POD HD500 to your computer via USB port (hubs are not supported) Monkey will recognize your unit and take you through the update process. The Line 6 Monkey application may be downloaded here.

What's New?
Support for new Hard Gate model

Known Issues
Variable Impedance – POD HD500 Edit (v1.06) does not provide provisions to control Variable Input Impedance nor Global Input Selection parameters. These features are currently only accessible within the POD HD500 hardware GUI.

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POD HD500 - V. 1.40 update avialable... 17-11-2011 Comments (0)

 

Line 6 released a new POD HD500 v1.40 is a FREE firmware update that includes additional features and bug fixes. It is highly recommended that all POD HD500 users perform this update!

POD® HD500 Flash Memory v1.40 RELEASE NOTES

It is also recommended that you backup your current presets by using POD HD500 Edit to create a preset bundle, allowing you to include installing new presets as part of the update process.

The easiest way to perform the update process is by installing the latest version of Line 6 Monkey. Once you’ve connected your POD HD500 to your computer via USB port (hubs are not supported) Monkey will recognize the unit and take you through the update process. The Line 6 Monkey application may be downloaded here.

What’s New?
Variable Input Impedance - This feature affects tone and feel because the guitar’s pickups are being “loaded” as they would be by an effect pedal or a tube amplifier. There are eight selectable options which can change the analog circuitry affecting the impedance of the Guitar Input. The options include seven discrete resistor values: 22k, 32k, 70k, 90k, 230k, 1M, 3.5M. There is also an Auto setting. When set to Auto the input impedance can automatically change depending on which amp or effect model is first in the signal chain of the current preset. Impedance settings are saved as part of each preset's input selection.
Preset or Global Input Selection – When set to Preset, recalling a preset automatically selects which of the device’s audio inputs are used as the “source” – sort of like a built-in, programmable patchbay. The saved input impedance value will also be recalled with each preset. When set to Global, the input selection and impedance value saved with each preset will be ignored as presets are recalled; allowing presets with a variety of saved input settings to be heard from a single source without having to manually reprogram each preset’s input settings one at a time.
Hard Gate – An advanced gate capable of extremely quick response. With controls for hold time, decay rate, and separate open/close thresholds, Hard Gate is ideal for any genre including Metal. It can even be abused to create erratic “sputter” and “splat” effects.
Enhanced MIDI Control – Offers control of POD HD500 and POD HD Pro from external standard MIDI controllers. A variety of functions including Footswitch 1-8, Tap Tempo, Tuner, Looper Controls, and Expression Pedals can all be accessed via MIDI. For more details please refer to the latest version of the Advanced User Guide.
New Presets – This firmware includes lots of new presets. Many of the pre-existing Set Lists have gotten new presets and reordered based on customer feedback. The “BASS/ACO/VOC” Set List includes presets which provide a starting point for bass, acoustic guitar, and vocal processing. The Set List titled “L6LINK <-> DT” provides a starting point for users connecting a POD HD500 to a DT Series amplifier. Note in this Set List presets 7A-D may not produce audio without a Variax connected and/or monitoring the FX Send output – these particular presets were created to illustrate just one of the approaches to getting amplified electric and direct (FOH) acoustic instruments from a single guitar and preset.


Bug Fixes
Global Tempo Sync – Setting Tempo Sync (Setup Page 6) to Global does not function properly - FIXED
Tuner Mute – When Tuner is set to mute sound is still audible from FX loop send and digital outputs - FIXED
Tap Tempo MIDI – Rapidly sending MIDI assigned to Tap FS may drop messages - FIXED
Delay Model Signal Boost – Many delay models provide undesirable volume boost when enabled - FIXED
FX Loop – In a mono configuration the FX loop does not sum left/right signal properly – FIXED
Frequency Shifter – Frequency Shifter model skips 1Hz setting - FIXED
Multi-Head Delay – Presets do not recall correct delay time when Time is set to note value - FIXED


Known Issues
POD HD500 Edit – The current version of POD HD500 Edit (v1.06) does not provide provisions to control Variable Input Impedance nor Global Input Selection parameters. These features are currently only accessible within the POD HD500 hardware GUI.
AC Frequency – When connected to a DT50 or DT25 amplifier, POD HD500 may have its AC Frequency parameter (Setup Page 2) automatically changed. Be sure to check this setting after turning on a connected DT series amplifier.
Set List Names – If during the update process new presets are optionally loaded to over-write the previous set, Set List names may not correlate to the new presets appropriately. This is because renaming Set Lists is not a part of the firmware update process. Set List names may be changed in the hardware using a variety of methods:
Manual - Set Lists may be renamed manually by simply highlighting a Set List name and pressing the Save button. Use the four encoders beneath the main display and press Save to complete.

The presets in firmware v1.4.0 correlate to the following Set List names, as seen in the main display from left to right, top to bottom:

BEST OF HD
FX HEAVY
SONGS / STYLE
BASS/ACO/VOC
L6LINK <-> DT
USER 1
USER 2
USER 3


System Reset – Pressing (and holding down) the four-way navigation pad to the left while powering up will perform a Global Settings reset. This action will reset all settings to their factory default and requires a recalibration of the on-board expression pedal. Instructions for pedal calibration can be found here. Due to the pedal recalibration, it is generally recommended to update the Set List names using the manual method described above.

FAQ For more information about POD HD500, the POD HD FAQ can be found here.

Advanced User's Guide The latest version of the Advanced User's Guide for the POD HD500 can be found here.

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POD HD500 - V. 1.3 update info from Kris Daniel ... 10-09-2011 Comments (0)

How would you like six new amp models for your POD® HD, bringing the unit’s total up to a whopping 22? How about five new amp parameters to give you even more tweakability and control over your tone? You can get all of that when you install the v1.3 firmware update, and the best part is that it’s totally free. If you haven’t downloaded it already, connect your POD HD to your computer via USB, run the Line 6 Monkey™ software, follow the instructions, and you’ll be updated in no time.

Four of the five new models are of the alternate channel on amp models already included in POD HD. “We’re trying to break an old paradigm that’s been at Line 6 for a while,” says Kris Daniel, the Line 6 DSP guru responsible for the design of the models in the POD HD. “That old paradigm states that every amp has only one good channel, and that’s simply not true!”

For instance, the Blackface ‘Lux VIB is modeled on* the Vibrato channel of a “Blackface” Fender® Deluxe Reverb®. When set clean, it’s got that classic Fender sparkly and warm tone. But you also get highly expressive and dynamic crunchy and distorted tones, thanks in part to an additional modeled 12AX7 tube stage.

To augment the Normal channel of the model based on* a “Blackface” Fender® Twin Reverb®, the v1.3 update gives you the Blackface Double VIB, which emulates the amp’s Vibrato channel. This channel offers a separate preamp circuit, and therefore has its own characteristic tone. It’s also got beefed up high-frequencies due to added inter-stage filtering, and like the Blackface ‘Lux VIB, an added tube circuit.

The new Tweed B-Man BRT model gives you a tone based on* the Bright channel of a “Tweed” Fender® Bassman®, offering instant crunch and combo-amp tone. The Bright channel gets its distinct sound in part because it uses the second half of the first preamp tube, which the Normal channel doesn’t. It also has a bright cap across the volume knob for added high-frequency response.

The Brit J-45 NRM model emulates* the Normal channel of the classic Marshall® JTM45 MkII® head. Plug into your POD HD, dial up this model, and listen to the rounder, warmer tone. The Normal channel only uses half of the first 12AX7 tube, and doesn’t have the high-shelving filter that’s present on the Bright channel, but can excel both for crunchy and clean tones, depending on the settings. This is great for getting a classic ‘45 sound with an already bright guitar, like a Strat® or a Tele®.

Jim Marshall designed the Park amp line, which was built in the Marshall® factory but carried the name Park for business reasons. The Park 75 head is held in high regard by amp aficionados, and the POD HD already contains a model based on* its Bright Channel. With the 1.3 update, you now also get Brit P-75 NRM, a model based on* that classic amp’s Normal channel, which offers a somewhat less trebly tone.

The final amp addition is called Line 6 Elektrik. It’s actually the Bomber Uber model from POD HD firmware v1.1 that many users have been asking for. This model began with good intentions, but quickly mutated into something the sound design team just couldn’t control. Needless to say, it’s not your typical amp model. Offering copious doses of super-high-gain tone, it’s been described as being able to make “faces melt and souls weep.” Use it at your own risk.

The new amp parameters that come with the update are active not only on the six new models, but on all of POD HD’s models. “The intention of providing the deep edit parameters,” says Daniel, “was to highlight how far the new HD technology has come, and allow players to bend an amp model they wouldn’t normally play, into something that better suits their preferences.”

Sag controls how much the power supply drops as the amp is played. Lower settings tighten up the response, while higher settings result in a more squashed tone, better touch-reaction, and more sustain. “Giving control over how much the amp sags allows modern players to ‘lock down’ vintage amps so they can play faster,” Daniel says.

Two different types of hum—preamp heater hum and power-tube plate ripple—were modeled for the new Hum parameter. Lower settings clean up your sound, and reduce ground-loop-type hum. Higher settings will add “hair” to distortion and extreme settings will take the sound past the point of coherence.

The Bias parameter impacts the distortion characteristics of the signal, letting you switch between Class A biasing (high settings) and Class AB biasing (low settings). Bias Excursion models a phenomenon that happens only when the power tubes are becoming saturated. Low settings tighten up the sound, high settings introduce more tube-like compression.

The final new parameter, Master Volume, lets you control the amount of power amp distortion, and is interactive with all the other new parameters. “This control gives you more headroom and dramatically alters the style of distortion,” says Daniel. Master volume controls were not typical on vintage amps, so using it with the vintage models in POD HD allows you to dial in some sounds that you couldn’t get from the original amps. “You could potentially alter a high-gain sound to a vintage crunch,” Daniel says, “or modernize a crunch tone to a more strict, aggressive sound.”

If you have a POD HD multi-effect and are running old firmware, follow the download instructions in the first paragraph to get your new HD amp models and parameters!

Mike Levine (www.mikelevine.com) is a NYC-based guitarist, composer and music journalist.

 

*All product names used in this webpage are trademarks of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with Line 6. These trademarks of other manufacturers are used solely to identify the products of those manufacturers whose tones and sounds were studied during Line 6’s sound model development. 

Source: Mark Levine / Line 6 / vettaville.nl

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POD HD500 - Firmware update V. 1.3 release date target... 29-04-2011 Comments (0)


Firmware V. 1.30  for POD HD series has a new release date target. Here's the statement from Line 6

Hi Line 6’ers, sorry for the last minute update, but a few minor issues have been identified in the free firmware update for POD HD300, POD HD400 and POD HD500 currently planned to be available by April 30th.  In order to ensure the highest quality customer experience, the release target is being reset to May 19th.  We’re working quickly to resolve these issues and wanted to be open in our communication around this change.  We thank you for your enthusiasm around the update and apologize for the delay. 


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POD HD500 - Dual Outputs - a suggestion... 18-04-2011 Comments (1)


On the boards there have been different threads and discussions about how to use dual output modes on the POD HD500. To give current and future users some help we try to give you some direction on how to achieve dual outputs with the POD HD500.


First, there are many potential applications for this feature, and we hope it'll lead to your desired set-up, enabling you to do what you want do. So please experiment to your hearts content.

One of the most practical applications is sending Acoustic sounds in Studio/Direct mode while being able to switch to an electric sound through an amp model to an amp in one of the various Live output modes.

 

One suggestion is to start using the FX Loop send to the Front of House (FOH) as this would not be affected by Live modes. One could run the output mode as Combo Power Amp while using the FX Loop as a direct feed to the board which is essentially the same as running in Studio/Direct mode..

 

In most venues they have a DI for acoustic players, (or you may have some yourself) so plugging the FX Loop send directly to that DI could be the most straightforward way to roll.

 

When you would do this, you could completely change presets or use the parallel path with a Volume/Pan block in front of the split. The acoustic path could have whichever effects are necessary followed by the FX loop.

 

We wanted to share this possibility as we know many are interested in this particular application and hope this helps you to enjoy POD HD500 even more..

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POD HD500 - Syncing to external MIDI Clock is enabled (V. 1.20)... 14-04-2011 Comments (0)

Good news for all MIDI-ots out there. POD HD500 from V. 1.20 firmware has the ability to sync to external MIDI clock.

This is actually present since HD500 firmware version 1.20. Here's how to get it to work:
- Hold down the "View" button to go to the system menu,
- Navigate to the MIDI/Tempo Page.
- Connect a device that is generating MIDI Clock to the MIDI Input of the HD500.
- You now should see the "Tempo" parameter update to match the source device's MIDI clock.

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POD HD500 - FS Mode and MIDI behaviour... 13-04-2011 Comments (0)

Here's some extra info on the MIDI assigment with POD HD500 that if different for ABCD or FS 5-8 Mode.

When FS MODE is set to: ABCD, any saved custom MIDI control data parameters will not send. In ABCD mode, the 4 bottom switches will just send the MIDI Program Change value that is associated with the Userbank/Channel Letter location.

If you were to enter System Setup and change FS MODE to: FS 5-8, any of the previous stored MIDI CC or PC assignments should now send outbound.

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POD HD500 - POD HD500 Firmware V. 1.3 announced... 06-04-2011

FREE UPDATE FOR POD® HD MULTI-EFFECTS ADDS NEW HD AMP MODELS AND MORE — Six HD amp models and five tone parameters in free v1.3 update provide a wider tonal palette and added flexibility to all POD HD multi-effect processors —

CALABASAS, Calif.—April 6, 2011—Line 6, Inc. (line6.com), the industry leader in digital modeling technology for musicians, announced today a free update for all POD® HD multi-effect processors. Firmware update v1.3 will include six new HD amp models and five new amp parameters for addition tones and flexibility.

“This free update is our way of thanking POD HD owners for making the POD HD family such a huge success,” remarked Michael Murphy, Category Manager for POD and Effects Products at Line 6. “The new sets of HD models and parameters deliver a deeper experience to the POD HD platform and more flexibility that we hope will inspire POD HD players.

” The six new HD amp models available in v1.3 are based on* channels from three classic American combos (the “Vibrato” channel of a Fender® Deluxe Reverb®, the “Vibrato” channel of a Fender® Twin Reverb® and the “Bright” channel of a Fender® Bassman®), two British half stacks (the “Normal” channel of a Park 75 and the “Normal” channel of a Marshall® JTM-45 MkII) and a high-gain Line 6 original.

The inclusion of alternate channels of amps already found in POD HD multi-effects ensures an experience that more closely relates to playing the actual modeled amp. The new parameters in v1.3 enable POD HD users to further customize and dial in any amount of tube amp feel and behavior. Sag, Hum, Bias, Bias Excursion and Master Volume can be adjusted within any HD amp model, including the 16 that come with POD HD multi-effects processors originally.

Firmware update v1.3 will be available to download from line6.com later this month. Learn more about the v1.3 update and POD HD multi-effect processors at line6.com/podhd.

*All product names used herein are trademarks of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with Line 6. These trademarks of other manufacturers are used solely to identify the products of those manufacturers whose tones and sounds were studied during Line 6’s sound model development.

Fender, Twin Reverb, Deluxe Reverb and Bassman are registered trademarks of Fender Musical Instruments Corporation. Marshall is a registered trademark of Marshall Amplification Plc. # # # About Line 6, Inc. Based in Calabasas, California, Line 6 is a leading manufacturer of guitars, amplifiers, effects, effect processors, recording interfaces and digital wireless systems. The company is world renowned for its studio- and stage-standard gear featuring its patented amp and effect modeling and digital wireless technologies. Line 6 invented digital guitar amp modeling technology in 1996 and is currently the #1 maker of guitar amplifiers. Its award-winning products are used by musicians worldwide and have been featured on countless platinum and Grammy® award-winning titles. Line 6 is distributed in over 60 countries with operations in the United States, the United Kingdom, China and Japan. For more information, visit www.line6.com.

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POD HD500 - POD HD500 Edit V. 1.22.0 is available... 25-03-2011 Comments (0)

Line 6 released a new and free update for POD HD500 FW 1.22.0

Please download and install Line 6 Monkey software version 1.35 or later* and use it to update your POD HD500 to this latest version of Flash Memory. Once you’ve connected your POD HD500 to your computer via USB port (hubs are not supported) Monkey will recognize your unit and take you through the update process. The Line 6 Monkey application may be downloaded here.
 
POD HD500 v1.22 is a FREE firmware update that contains several bug fixes and improvements. It is highly recommended that all POD HD500 users perform this update. While these bug fixes will be welcome by all users, it is important to note these are not the exciting new features coming to POD HD500 which have been cryptically alluded to by Line6Miller on the Line 6 forums…make sure you stay tuned!
 
POD HD500 Flash Memory Version 1.22 RELEASE NOTES

What’s new in firmware version 1.22?

•Greatly reduced audio burst when switching between presets with onboard EXP pedals at minimum

 •Greatly improved preset switching time

 •Amp model Drive knob parameter not accessing its minimum value - FIXED**

 •Incorrect knob positions displayed when saving preset from amp model edit page - FIXED

 •Mixer Pan parameter displayed inaccurately - FIXED

 •4 Band Shift EQ and Parametric EQ frequency mismatch between left and right channels - FIXED

 •Output signal may become muted upon repeatedly adding and removing FX Loop Block - FIXED

 •Cursor jumps to saved position upon exiting tuner - FIXED

 •Errant DSP over causes noise on some presets which include BF ‘Lux or BF Double - FIXED

 •Minimum MIDI CC value for EXP1/EXP2 not saved with preset - FIXED

 •Selecting Amp Disabled on hardware bypasses amp model in editor – FIXED


* If retaining the POD HD500 presets, it is vital to download and use the latest version of Monkey in order for presets to sound as they did prior to the update. Please note this only affects presets with the Drive knob at lower gain settings.
 
** The amp model Drive parameter was discovered to be limited as it was not reaching its minimum setting, causing many users to experience distorted audio with relatively high output guitar pickups. It is important to note that while the Drive is indeed being reduced, there may not be a significant decrease to the apparent volume due to some intelligent, automatic gain make-up. This is intentional and by design, making it possible to get a clean tone without losing overall volume. While guitarists with relatively low output pickups may not notice a significant difference within the lower part of the Drive knob, guitarists using humbuckers or relatively high output pickups should be able to back out of distortion much more easily.
 

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POD HD500 - Tips and Tricks Video - Part 1... 23-03-2011 Comments (0)

POD HD500 video part 1 of tips and tricks. Hosted by Glenn DeLaune. He explains several tips and tricks in upcoming videos. In this one he explains how you can also use your expression pedal for volume in another way..

Thanks go out to Glenn for sharing this with us all so feel free to visit Glenn's webpages here. You can watch the video beneath.

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POD HD500 - POD HD500 new Firmware V. 1.20.00 available... 07-01-2011 Comments (0)

Line 6 released new and free firmware V.1.20.00 for POD HD500.

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POD HD500 v1.20 is a FREE firmware update that includes features and bug fixes. It is highly recommended that all POD HD500 users perform this update!

POD HD500 Flash Memory v1.20 RELEASE NOTES If you are a POD HD500 owner, please download and install the latest version of Line 6 Monkey software and use it to update your POD HD500 to this latest version of Flash Memory. Once you’ve connected your POD HD500 to your computer via USB port (hubs are not supported) Monkey will recognize your unit and take you through the update process. The Line 6 Monkey application may be downloaded here.

Features/Changes

Updated HD Amp Models:
  • Bomber Uber - Sag characteristics adjusted, gain staging improved

  • Angel F-Ball - Preamp drive adjusted, high-end gain reduced, noise floor improved

  • Class A-30TB Pre - Presence knob taper adjusted to reduce maximum range

  • Brit P-75 Pre - Increased output level to drive power amp, drive knob taper modified to increase preamp gain (for use at reduced channel volume)


-Improved DT50 communication via L6 LINK (allows better communication between POD HD500 and Line 6's new DT50 flagship amplifier series)
-Various L6 LINK features added to the System Setup menu (see the L6 LINK Connectivity Guide for specifics)
-Various bug fixes

FAQ For more information about POD HD500, the POD HD knowledge base can be found here.

The Advanced User's Guide for the POD HD500 can be found here.

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POD HD500 - POD HD500 Edit V. 1.02 is avalailable... 07-01-2011 Comments (0)

Line 6 released an updated version of Line 6 Edit V. 1.02 for free download.

POD HD500 Edit v1.02 is a FREE software update that is highly recommended for all POD HD500 users.

POD HD500 Edit v1.02 RELEASE NOTES If you are a POD HD500 owner, please download and install the latest version of Line 6 Monkey software and use it to update your POD HD500 Edit software. Once you’ve connected your POD HD500 to your computer via USB port (hubs are not supported) Monkey will recognize your unit and take you through the update process. The Line 6 Monkey application may be downloaded here.

Features/Changes

  • Improved communication with POD HD500

  • Various bug fixes



FAQ For more information about POD HD500, the POD HD knowledge base can be found here.

The Advanced User's Guide for the POD HD500 can be found here.

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POD HD500 - POD HD clips direct download added... 09-11-2010 Comments (0)

New POD HD500 soundclips from Horst Keller have been added with a direct downloa link at the end of the different clips. Several vettaville visitors have requested to add this functionality for faster download. available. Horst keller, the German guitarist that often demo's gear for Line 6 at Music Messe has gotten one of the first availble POD HD500. He's made some clips of the available amps inside.

We've added the settings for the different clips your hearing in case you're wondering what it is you're hearing. Thanks go out to Horst Keller for granting Vettaville.nl permission to use his clips. No editing has been done, this is what you get directly via USB. The guitar used is a Johnny Hiland Prs with maple neck.

You can find the clips here

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POD HD500 - POD HD500 Overview Video (Hi Def) part2 of 2... 26-10-2010 Comments (0)

POD HD500 overview video presented in Hi Definition, part 2.  The New Line 6 POD HD series is wholly upgraded POD featuring — in addition to its new, rugged, metal chassis — 16 "high-definition" amp models that sound closer to the real things than any Line 6 six model to come before.

Line 6 axe-man Dave Lenat brought a POD HD500 to show off to us, in Part 1 of a 2-part demo he plays a few of the new, upgraded amp models. Particularly impressive are the models of the Park amp (listen to how it responds to a rolled-off volume knob) and the beefy clean of the Twin Reverb emulation. In this part 2 we'll take an in-depth look at the looper functions and some of the weirder presets included on the POD HD. Some of the presets inside will also be checked out.



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POD HD500 - POD HD500 Overview Video (Hi Def) part1 of 2... 23-10-2010 Comments (0)

POD HD500 overview video presented in Hi Definition.  The New Line 6 POD HD series is wholly upgraded POD featuring — in addition to its new, rugged, metal chassis — 16 "high-definition" amp models that sound closer to the real things than any Line 6 six model to come before.

Line 6 axe-man Dave Lenat brought a POD HD500 to show off to us, and in this Part 1 of a 2-part demo he plays a few of the new, upgraded amp models. Particularly impressive are the models of the Park amp (listen to how it responds to a rolled-off volume knob) and the beefy clean of the Twin Reverb emulation. In part 2 we'll take an in-depth look at the looper functions and some of the weirder presets included on the POD HD.


Video is presented by Gearwire.com, thanks go out to them.

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POD HD500 - Dialing in a Tone Video - Part 1... 21-10-2010 Comments (0)

POD HD500 video on how to dial in a tone using the dualtone feature. It's quite easy to get a tone dialed in to a POD HD500. Here's a demo of Glenn DeLaune who's dialing in 4 different tones using the dual amp feature. It's quite a large video so streaming could intermit, depending on your internet connection.

Thanks go out to Glenn for sharing this with us all so feel free to visit Glenn's webpages here. You can watch the video beneath.


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POD HD500 - Ask Questions live to the Line 6 productmanagers... 12-10-2010 Comments (0)

Line 6 invites you to learn more about the POD HD500, HD400, HD300 during the online Ustream event.

Join Line 6 from 2pm - 3pm PST on October 13 to learn about POD HD. Scott Waara and Elliot Chenault, Product Managers, will give an introduction to POD HD and then be available for your POD HD related questions. They also are thrilled to have special guest, Phil X, joining them to demo POD HD. There are three ways to ask questions.

1. Post on facebook.com/line6
2. use hashtag #line6 on Twitter
3. Log in to Ustream to participate on chat and ask questions day of show.

We'have enable a page where you can watch it all in one pageview. Just click here.

 

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POD HD500 - POD HD500 Overview video... 04-10-2010 Comments (0)

POD HD500 overview video from Chris Basener. Chris takes you by the hand to give you a further look into the possibilities of the new POD HD500. In a informative 7 min. video he shows you the different layout, assignments etc.

Thanks go out to Chris Basener is a guitarist, composer, producer and instructor who plays virtuoso, instrumental groove rock with vibrant melodies that speaks to the cosmopolitan music fan as much as the guitar community.
Thanks go out to him for sharing and making this video. You can find Chris's website here.

 

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POD HD500 - POD HD500 Edit V.1.00 is available... 01-10-2010 Comments (0)

Line 6 released a new and free editor for POD HD500. It's online available now.

POD HD500 EDIT v1.00 is a FREE Editor/Librarian which allows you to edit and save presets using your POD HD500 connected to a computer.

POD HD500 EDIT v1.00 RELEASE NOTES If you are a POD HD500 owner, please download and install the latest version of Line 6 Monkey software and use it to make sure you keep your Editor/Librarian (and other related software) up to date. The Line 6 Monkey application may be downloaded here.

Known Issues

  • Setting two parameters to same EXP pedal may cause interruption to hardware/editor communication while actuating the expression pedal.
    WORKAROUND - Wait for approximately 30-60 seconds and communication is restored.
  • Changing presets with the rotary encoder on the hardware while a Receive event is in progress will interrupt the transfer and break Send/Receive functionality
    WORKAROUND- Wait until the Receive event is complete before navigating presets with the hardware encoder.
  • Some text characters from HD500 will not save with file names onto PC, Mac.
    WORKAROUND – Do not use characters which are not alpha numeric for preset or Set List names

FAQ
For more information about POD HD500, the POD HD knowledge base can be found here.

The Advanced User's Guide for the POD HD500 Edit can be found here.

NOTE: The software associated with POD HD products (Drivers, Editors) is compatible with Intel Macs only. Unfortunately, it isn't practical for us to continue to support platforms such as Power PC that the manufacturer (Apple) no longer supports. We apologize for any inconvenience this causes.

 

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