Currently Being ModeratedMar 9, 2010 9:24 AM (in response to jmtaww)Re: Setting up dry signal w/PODX3 live
... From what it seems you would use output channel 7 or 8 for a dry signal? Is that correct? How do you monitor the wet signal through the POD?
Yes - Dry signals for Tones 1 & 2 are sent on X3L's USB output channels 7 & 8 respectively.
Monitor the wet signal using X3L outputs (headphones, XLR or 1/4"outs).
Currently Being ModeratedApr 2, 2010 3:25 AM (in response to jmtaww)Re: Setting up dry signal w/PODX3 live
Set the input for your Sonar trackt to channel 7 or 8, being Tone 1 Dry or Tone 2 Dry. Take care to turn off input monitoring of the track, otherwise you will hear a latency-delayed extra sound. On the X3L, choose your 'wet' preset. Take care that you actually hear the sound produced by the X3L itself, by setting the direct monitoring level high enough in the line6 midi devices control panel, accessible via all programs/line6/tools. When playing back, use Podfarm to recreate/edit your wet sound.
Alternatively: set the direct monitoring level to zero, and use the monitoring of the Sonar track, including the Podfarm effect. But, personally, I think latency prevents a natural playing feel using this setup.
Hope this helps.