Currently Being ModeratedMay 7, 2009 11:29 AM (in response to tommygunn)Re: Vyzex Pocket Pod Editor
Currently, this is the only way to do this. Vyzex is mainly supported by the developers of the software Psicraft. What you should do is submit a feature request or PM the Vyzex moderator Tony. His username is VyzexTony.
Hi Tommy, Hi Miller...
Actually it's PsicraftTony (not VyzexTony) and yes, I did not answer Tommy within a day of his post - I do take the odd day off every few months or so...
Tommy, I am going to private message you with access to a patch. Please check your PM's now.
Currently Being ModeratedMay 7, 2009 4:47 PM (in response to PsicraftTony)Re: Vyzex Pocket Pod Editor
I've just bought a Pocket POD and came to the forum to ask this very question!
PsicraftTony, could you please message me too? I'm running Vyzex 1.05 on Windows XP SP3.
1) Just bought a new pocket pod today and installed the vyzex editor. It crashes immediately after startup on my Windows XP Pro SP3 comp.
Would the patch be helpful to get it working?
2) I can't find any midi/audio-drivers for the the pocket pod except the standard windows usb audio device.
There aren't any on the line6 website nor does the line6 monkey offer any options for Pocket Pod.
Am I missing something?
Thanks in advance for your help!
Currently Being ModeratedMay 23, 2009 8:24 PM (in response to MeanGreenLizard)Re: Vyzex Pocket Pod Editor
Ok Green, you have been PM'ed to arrange the patch.
Line 6 Pocket POD uses the operating system supplied 'class compliant USB MIDI' drivers, which show up in Windows XP as 'USB Audio Device'. Also, the current version of Line 6 Monkey (As of May 2009) does not communicate with PocketPOD.
Currently Being ModeratedMay 25, 2009 8:43 AM (in response to PsicraftTony)Re: Vyzex Pocket Pod Editor
Ok, got the Vyzex Editor running on Ubuntu Linux (on my 2nd HD) using Wine, a copy of the windows gdiplus.dll in the editor's win32 directory and the ALSA sound system.
On Windows XP I'm using the workaround mentioned somewhere else in this forum (deleting the MQEditPsiCraft.dll and keeping the error message window open) - it works,
somewhat... - but I still have the Visual Studio debugger coming up when clicking certain button combinations. So, a patch for this would still be welcome. (Hint, Hint... ) !
Btw, would it be possible to obtain a documentation of the structure of the l6t sound files? I'm planning to build a kind of archiving application for those files
- for private purposes. My hexviewer shows me that amp name, author and other criteria are stored inside the file, but that alone doesn't give me the
complete structure with offsets etc.
Currently Being ModeratedMay 25, 2009 11:58 AM (in response to MeanGreenLizard)Re: Vyzex Pocket Pod Editor
So let me get this straight...
1. You installed Linux and got all the appropriate drivers happening... Verrry clever...
2. You followed the 'hacker's delight' workaround posted here to run the unpatched version on Windows without the crash... You're living on the edge, man!
3. You didn't check your Private Messages to get the download for a patch that would have made the two earlier steps unnecessary.
I have to ask, are you a professor of engineering or computer science? All that resourceful and clever work to work around an already solved problem seems to indicate some kind of academic background... ;-)
Kidding aside, please check your PMs... (Hint: Under the 'Your Stuff' link above is a 'Private Messages' link).
Currently Being ModeratedMay 25, 2009 2:40 PM (in response to PsicraftTony)Re: Vyzex Pocket Pod Editor
Lol, no, I installed that Linux a while ago as an alternative to windows! And I did check my private messages yesterday and
have already sent you an email to the address given - it should have arrived by now unless something went very wrong.
And no, I'm not a professor, just a modest MCPD and I built those above mentioned solutions while waiting for your reply .
But seriously, should I send another mail?
P.S.: Ok, I've sent another mail, just in case...
Currently Being ModeratedMay 25, 2009 3:46 PM (in response to MeanGreenLizard)Re: Vyzex Pocket Pod Editor
.. And this one I just got and replied to. Apparently the first email you sent got eaten by the internet...
The patch should get you going without resorting to Ubuntu or musical DLLs... Let us know how it goes.