Currently Being ModeratedFeb 11, 2012 12:22 PM (in response to kwackman)Re: Pod Farm 1 vs Pod Farm 2
If you upgrade to PF2 will have everything your PODxt has. You will gain the flexible routing, and you will also be able to authorize you computer and will no longer need the xt as a dongle.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 11, 2012 12:31 PM (in response to Triryche)Re: Pod Farm 1 vs Pod Farm 2
Something to keep in mind (which doesn't apply to your situation, but I'm throwing it out there for others that may search this topic) is if you authorize your computer).
If you have a unit that came with a factory add-ons, like the PODxt Live which came with FX-Junkie for free, and you authorize your computer, the FX-Junkie models will not be available unless you use the xt Live as a dongle.
Explained in this dos:
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 12, 2012 10:57 AM (in response to Triryche)Re: Pod Farm 1 vs Pod Farm 2
Thanks Triryche for your reply.
I bit the bullet and got Podfarm 2.5 for my XT.
As you said, it looks like I can run PF2 without the POD XT attatched which is nice, except.......
My multi=head delay FX, is only available when the POD XT is connected.
I thought maybe I had bought FX junkie in the past and forgot about it, but I haven't, and anyway from what I can see the Multihead delay isn't part of FX junkie anyway.
I'm not sure if anything else is missing in "no POD connected mode", all the amps seem to be there.
The good thing is I still have multihead delay with PF2, as that was my original worry!