Currently Being ModeratedApr 12, 2012 5:30 AM (in response to Bruina)Re: Pod 1.x vs line 6 edit problemes?
The first thing to do is check what Pod version you have. This can be done by doing the following:
Q: How do I find the current version of the POD EPROM?
A: To find the current version of software installed in your POD, press and hold the MANUAL button while turning on the POD. The display will first read "POD" and then the software version will follow. Continue to hold the button until the preset shows up and you will be sure to see the complete version.
- Does this means that I can not connect ore use Line 6 Edit with it ?
If it turns out you have a Pod 1 then you cannot use Line 6 Edit I'm afraid.
- Does this means I can not update/manage this device with Line 6 monkey?
You can only update by actually changing a chip inside, not via Monkey. These 2.0 EPROMs are no longer available.
- Is it thru that only POD’s with FBV Pedal input are usable with Line 6 Edit?
Any Pod 2.0 can use Line 6 Edit, but Pod 1.0s cannot. The used a program called SoundDiver which is no longer available.
Currently Being ModeratedApr 12, 2012 5:40 AM (in response to Bruina)Re: Pod 1.x vs line 6 edit problemes?
just because your midi interface is working... doesn't mean its working correctly....
meaning if you didn't specifically go to the m-audio site and install the correct m-audio midi interface drivers....
it may not be working correctly...
windows will see it, and install a generic driver... which kind of sort of works for some things...
i've seen the real m-audio drivers magically fix a number of things...
Currently Being ModeratedApr 13, 2012 12:53 AM (in response to Bruina)Re: Pod 1.x vs line 6 edit problemes?
The POD version is POD 1.4
It is sold to me as an POD 2.0 So....thats not thru?
Drivers are(where) installed and working with my Spyder Valve MKII. So...no problemes there.
Contacted the seller and can return the product with full refund.
thans for you're time and afford.