Currently Being ModeratedFeb 22, 2012 5:50 PM (in response to ravo888)Re: the use of podfarm live on stage - switching the presets
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 29, 2012 6:43 AM (in response to Line6Don)Re: the use of podfarm live on stage - switching the presets
1. POD Farm presets switching
Thanks for your reply.
Sometimes my English does not allow me to ask my questions correctly. I did not mean to get the advise "which equipment to use to switch the POD Farm Plug In presets", as I do not intend to switch the presets by means of any stomp device, instead I like to switch the presets by means of DAW, under which the POD Farm Plug In is going to be used. My concern is exactly the speed of the switching of the Plug In's presets, so I was willing to get an advise if I have to organise my presets in any special manner to switch them in the RAM instead of loading from HDD, what is definitely much slower and hardlyto suit to the requirements of the live use.
Also I like to ask any advice how to use iLok instead my Guitar Port - where to buy it, how to install (connect to my licinse), etc.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 2, 2012 11:12 AM (in response to ravo888)Re: the use of podfarm live on stage - switching the presets
1. You can automate your DAW to switch the presets of POD Farm 2.51 using the instructions available in the POD Farm 2 Record Guide pages 3.10 - 3.16 available at the link below:
The speed of the switching presets is going to be dependent on your computers processing power.
2. POD Farm 2 iLok licenses can be purchased from the link below:
After you purchase the POD Farm 2 iLok license make sure you are still logged into your Line 6 user account then go to:
From there you can deposit your iLok license into you iLok account. Instructions for depositing you iLok license are available at the link below:
Currently Being ModeratedMar 4, 2012 11:49 AM (in response to Line6Don)Re: the use of podfarm live on stage - switching the presets
Speed of the Presets switching
My computer is 2011 Mac Book Pro 2.4 GHz Quad Core 8 Gb RAM 5400 HDD - any particular advice related the way the presets to be organized?
Should it be exactly iLok (or iLok 2) or could be HASP as well ?
Thanks a lot for your kind attention,
Currently Being ModeratedMar 7, 2012 3:50 PM (in response to ravo888)Re: the use of podfarm live on stage - switching the presets
The only advice I could give would be to organize them in such a way that it makes sense to you.
It is only compatible with the PACE iLOK 1 or 2.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 22, 2012 8:05 AM (in response to Line6Don)Re: the use of podfarm live on stage - switching the presets
Thanks for your comments and sorry for delay in responding. Last question (I hope) related to the iLok+Line6 issue.
How it will work together ?
I presume the following to happen :
- I get iLok,
- I connect both iLok and GuitarPort to the computer,
- Line6 via Internet will recognize my iLok as the one I like to use with my Line 6 softs and authorize/register iLok code(number, etc) in my Line6 profile,
- after it is done I DOT USE GUITAR PORT ANYLONGER AND DO NOT NEED INTERNET TO WORK WITH MY LINE 6 SOFTS, JUST ILOK.
Am I right?
Currently Being ModeratedMar 22, 2012 10:34 AM (in response to ravo888)Re: the use of podfarm live on stage - switching the presets
You are right, except for the fact that you will not need to connect the GuitarPort to the computer as you mentioned in step #2.
After you purchase the iLOK license, use the instructions available at the link below to deposit it into your iLOK key:
Insert the key into the USB port before launching an instance of POD Farm, launch POD Farm, and the iLOK key will authorize the use of it.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 1, 2012 6:50 AM (in response to ravo888)Re: the use of podfarm live on stage - switching the presets
I think you can automate POD Farm parameters from MIDI sent form a sequencer or DAW. I kwno for sure this can be done with the plug-in version, I have never tried it with the Stand-Alone. But your playing will have to be syched to the timing in your sequence or DAW.
i-Lok has nothing to do with Line6 Hardware. You would need to purchase a POD Farm i-Loke license, and i-Lok does not run as a Stand Alone, it only works as a plug-in within a compatible DAW.