Currently Being ModeratedSep 12, 2012 12:42 PM (in response to dropkickjusty)Re: I'd like to record to my computer using my Pod XT Live, but having huge problems...
The PODxt becomes your soundcard.
You need to connect your speakers and/or headphones directly to the PODxt.
Also run the Line6 Monkey to make sure you have the current drivers/firmware.
In the Line6 audio-midi control panel there are option for what you sen to your DAW and re-amping.
Currently Being ModeratedSep 12, 2012 8:58 PM (in response to Triryche)Re: I'd like to record to my computer using my Pod XT Live, but having huge problems...
When you say speakers or headphones, do you mean into the output jack where i would usually plug in my amp?
I ran line 6 monkey and do have all the current drivers and firmware.
When you talk about the daw options in the line 6 audio midi control panel what is that relating too? and where can i find this control panel?
Sorry for all the questions, just want to make sure im doing the right thing... Thanks for all your help, I'm giving it a try in just a sec.
Currently Being ModeratedSep 13, 2012 7:35 AM (in response to dropkickjusty)Re: I'd like to record to my computer using my Pod XT Live, but having huge problems...
Yes. Connect powered speakers (or amp) to the xt's analog outs.
Or headphones to the headphone out.
Alternatively if you have powered computer speakers that have an 1/8" stereo jack, you can use a stereo 1/8" to 1/4" adaptor and plug it into the headphone out.
When installing the software it should have put a shortcut on your desk top (for Windows).
Otherwise you can find it in Start>Programs>Line6
You can choose to send dry or wet to your DAW. You can also choose to "Re-Amp" tracks from your DAW.
If you have the Pod Farm plug-in you can send the dry while monitoring the wet and then add the plug-in, if you do not have the plug-in you can do a "hardware re-amp" with the xt.