Currently Being ModeratedMar 13, 2009 2:56 PM (in response to Olioli)Re: Panning (left/right) problem with POD farm
Actually we have never tested POD Farm on CuBase SX3. If you are losing the ability to pan audio in CuBase, it is likely our driver is not compatible. That does not mean it WONT work, it simply means we cannot support it.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 13, 2009 3:28 PM (in response to Line6Sach)Re: Panning (left/right) problem with POD farm
Thanx for that information, I managed a way to be able to pan my track after applying the PODfarm.
Here's how to do it for those interested:
Using the POD asio driver in Cubase SX I apply the POD farm effect (as an insert effect in the left, which doesn't modify the
unprocessed recorded guitar wav file), I tweak the parameters on POD farm until I like the sound.
Then I duplicate that track and on the duplicated one I select the audio then in "Audio", "plugins" I choose "pod farm"
and click something like "apply" button right under the PODfarm graphic interface (my version is in french, "calculer") so that the audio wav file is converted with the pod farm effect I selected before (At that point if I still use the POD asio driver I'll hear the double of effects, so I inactivate the insert effect, the WAV has already been modified with applying the effect). Then I get back to my soundcard usual asio driver and, although I cannot longer apply PODfarm,
the effect has been included in the duplicated WAV file and I can pan it through cubase PAN button.
So now if I want to modify that sound again I go back to the POD asio driver and modify the original track and go through the same steps as before to
record that effect.