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Workbench - Variax Workbench HD referencesheet available... 19-08-2013 Comments (0)

New updated Variax Workbench HD / JTV model referencelist available

Thanks to Mark Vlach we now have an updated Workbench HD  modellist in .pdf format available for free download. All models in the JTV after thenew V. 2.0 update are listed and acompanied by a picture of the guitar for quick reference.

Thanks goes out to Matk Vlach for making the document and offering it to Vettaville.nl for all users.

Here's the Variax Workbench HD referencelist

Source: Mark Vlach / vettaville.nl

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Workbench - Variax Workbench V. 1.72.0 available... 08-08-2011 Comments (0)

Variax Workbench V.172.0 is available for free download.

This build contains a fix for a Java compatibility which had the potential to affect some OS/hardware configurations. For all models of POD xt-, X3 and Vetta series featuring a VDI.

Go here to Download here

Source: Line 6 / Vettaville.nl

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Documents - Variax - Workbench - Tutorial Part 7... 31-01-2007

Workbench Tutorial @ Vettaville.nl

A Tutorial for Workbench? This has been discussed on the different boards and some of your fellow Workbench users have put in a lot of their time to make life easier for you. Their effort has brought us some documents that soon will be uploaded here at Vettaville.nl. Please note this is an continuing effort and all your contributions are very welcome.

When you would like to participate or think you have a worthwhile contribution to make follow the link beneath for the discussions going on and trying to enhance your Line 6 User Experience. Vettaville.nl will alter the document and put the new ones up for a free download.

Here's Part 7 - Alternate Tunings and Twelve Strings, here's a very good read, tips and tricks to use creating new patches or sounds. Different tunings are explained in detail and basic mechanics. Stay tuned for more info and how you can help for the missing documents...

Source: div. sources / vettaville.nl

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Documents - Variax - Workbench - Tutorial Part 1... 29-01-2007

Workbench Tutorial @ Vettaville.nl

A Tutorial for Workbench? This has been discussed on the different boards and some of your fellow Workbench users have put in a lot of their time to make life easier for you. Their effort has brought us some documents that soon will be uploaded here at Vettaville.nl. Please note this is an continuing effort and all your contributions are very welcome.

When you would like to participate or think you have a worthwhile contribution to make follow the link beneath for the discussions going on and trying to enhance your Line 6 User Experience. Vettaville.nl will alter the document and put the new ones up for a free download.

Here's Part 1 - The Title, look at the nice graphic and lay-out, stay tuned we'll be uploading the more documents soon...

Source: div. sources / vettaville.nl

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Documents - Variax - Workbench - Tutorial Part 6... 29-01-2007

Workbench Tutorial @ Vettaville.nl

A Tutorial for Workbench? This has been discussed on the different boards and some of your fellow Workbench users have put in a lot of their time to make life easier for you. Their effort has brought us some documents that soon will be uploaded here at Vettaville.nl. Please note this is an continuing effort and all your contributions are very welcome.

When you would like to participate or think you have a worthwhile contribution to make follow the link beneath for the discussions going on and trying to enhance your Line 6 User Experience. Vettaville.nl will alter the document and put the new ones up for a free download.

Here's Part 6 - Editor Functions Enhanced, here's a very good read to understand what you are doing when you're turning the different knobs and how they interact, stay tuned we'll be uploading the more documents soon...

Source: div. sources / vettaville.nl

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Documents - Workbench - Automated Workbench Reference Sheet... 05-01-2006

Automated Variax Workbench Reference Sheet

  • The Automated Variax Workbench Reference Sheet is an Excel sheet providing a single page reference sheet of the models stored on your Variax. It loads with the default (factory) contents of the Variax Electrics 300, 500, 600 and 700.
  • The layout of the sheet is optimised for printing, and it automatically substitutes default Variax names for their historical counterparts, eg. "Spank-1" will appear as "(B) 1959 Fender Stratocaster"
  • If you enable macros, it's also able to read the HTML files exported by workbench, supporting the same features for your custom or renamed models. Models which are named as one of the defaults (it doesn't have to be in the same position) will automatically be displayed using the name of the historical counterpart. Models with names you have created will appear with the name you gave them.

 

How does it work

  1. The workbook contains three worksheets. The button on 'Model Table' runs a macro called 'PopulateModelTable'. This raises a fileopen dialog allowing you to select the exported file, then reads the results into hidden columns I to M, rows 7 to 18.
  2. The second sheet holds mapping information for the rotary knob. 'Model Table' shows the rotary label (for example 'U-SPANK') and uses VLOOKUP functions to add the definition 'Stratocasters'.
  3. The third sheet holds mapping information for the default model names. Hidden columns O to S on 'Model Table' use VLOOKUP to retrieve the name of the actual model, so that 'Spank-1' will appear as '(B) 1959 Fender Stratocaster'.
    Columns C to G of 'Model Table' use an ISERROR statement to show either the model name stored on the Variax, or the mapped model name if present.

How does it look

automated Variax ref sheet

click on the picture above for a closer look

 

Instructions for using your exported workbench file

  1. Use the Variax Workbench to generate an HTML formatted export of the model names. (From inside workbench, choose File | Export HTML Model List)
  2. Open the spreadsheet, and click the button at the top of Sheet1 (Model Table). Please note: You will need to enable macros. Also, you should open the file in Excel proper rather than internet explorer acting as Excel, as this seems to have a few issues.
  3. When prompted, browse to the file exported by workbench and confirm the dialogue.

 

How to get it

Macro
All macros are left unlocked so that you can make alterations or improvements as required.

 

Who did it ?

Andy Allsopp did it. Be nice and thanks Andy when you 'see' him at the boards. He took the time and effort to create it and share it with you. Thanks Andy!

Source: Andy Allsop / vettaville.nl

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Documents - Workbench - Personalized Variax Chart... 27-05-2005

The new workbench and it's abillity to create your own personalized guitarmodels is out. A great new program that brings you your own customshop with just some clicks, drag and drop on your desktop. When you have created your own models and have stored them in your Variax guitar it could help to have an overview of what you've created.

Here are two solutions to create your own personalized 'workbenched' Variax chart. Jay Pierstorff created a .pdf file to give you the oppertunity to write down your settings for that reference. Andy Z from the Institute of Noise forum announced it on his forum. At the links beneath you can download two documents. Nr. 1 is Jay's .pdf file that you can fill out with your pen.

Nr. 2 is inspired by his work, it's a 'blank' template word document that you can fill with words or pictures and save it for future reference or adjustments. The pictures aren't included but you can find them (copy them from the Vettaville website if you like). Personalize your file with some adjustments..

 

Source: Jay Pierstoff / vettaville.nl

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