Currently Being ModeratedJul 19, 2011 1:32 PM (in response to whulmef)Re: RE: Riff Tracker to GearBox connection.
I've answered similar questions to yours in the past; there's a bit of complexity I should try and clarify.
1. Line 6 (us) are the manufacturers of the GuitarPort USB audio interface (hardware). In the past, we had a licensing scheme in place with another company named Sonoma Wire Works who are the software engineers of the Riffworks recording program.
2. In the mid-2000's there was Riffworks and then Riffworks 2 Line 6 Edition. These software programs were compatible all the way up to Windows Vista operating systems.
3. Now, in 2011 with the advent of Windows 7 and Mac OSX 10.6.x, those two aforementioned versions of Riffworks no longer install and run on the latest computer OS's. As a result, users now have to upgrade to Sonoma Wire Works' latest standalone version of Riffworks: Riffworks Standard 2.5 (which I believe is what you ended up doing).
There are instructions available for installing and getting the program (license) setup correctly here: http://line6.com/support/docs/DOC-1622
After you finish those steps, you should be able to go into Riffworks' Audio Settings and select the ASIO GuitarPort as the audio I/O option.
If you have GearBox 3.72 up and running, whatever amp/effect settings you have should stream into their recording software virtually...
Hope this info helps!