Currently Being ModeratedOct 25, 2010 7:49 AM (in response to jleeward)Re: How do you use the POD HD400 USB recording feature with Pro Tools?
pro tools requires that you use the pro tools I/O device... so you'll have to go out of the HD and into that device.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 25, 2010 7:55 AM (in response to jleeward)Re: How do you use the POD HD400 USB recording feature with Pro Tools?
Where is the master set on the 400? Do you have a pad turned on or something in your interface? I find that the signal is a bit low on the XLRs if I adjust the master on the HD400 for using the headphone out...I run it full up and backed off a hair when I hit my EMU interface with the XLRs...
Currently Being ModeratedOct 25, 2010 10:43 AM (in response to spaceatl)Re: How do you use the POD HD400 USB recording feature with Pro Tools?
the volume knob is all the way up, and i changed the jumper on the rosetta input for higher gain. The rosetta is an ad/da converter. I run an 11rack and axe fx into it and have no problems with the output. right now i am running the pod hd400 into a micpre on the digi 003 with the gain about halfway up on the pre and the hd 400 knob all the way up. this works ok, but i was hoping to run it though the rosetta for better conversion, or running it through the usb to keep the signal digital.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 26, 2010 3:33 PM (in response to jleeward)RE: How do you use the POD HD400 USB recording feature with Pro Tools?
You won't be able to use the HD400's USB audio streaming output as a method of getting signal into ProTools, since AVID/DigiDesign mandates you to use the proprietary interface (your 003).
I think your best bet is to treat the HD400 as any other signal processor through either the 300 or the Rosetta (I've never worked with one of these, so I can't really offer any suggestions on how to get optimal settings with it).
But as stated before, you won't be able to select the HD400 as a USB audio input source in ProTools due to their code requirements. You'd have to go XLR or 1/4" out on the HD400, sorry.