Currently Being ModeratedDec 13, 2012 3:16 PM (in response to Stratevcaster)Re: How to record In Cubase the Dry signal with HD500
In the Line 6 Audio-MIDI Devices control panel, go to the Inputs and Recording tab. Slide the Hardware Montior Level fully left. Here's what the manual says about that:
If using POD HD500 as the audio interface for recording into a DAW application, then
your DAW may also offer its own “software monitoring” function. You may want to
use the DAW’s software monitoring in some scenarios, such as if you want to hear your
guitar signal processed with plug-ins on the DAW track. When utilizing DAW software
monitoring, you’ll want to set this slider’s level to minimum to allow you to hear only the
DAW software monitoring signal.
Currently Being ModeratedDec 13, 2012 7:35 PM (in response to silverhead)Re: How to record In Cubase the Dry signal with HD500
Sorry to butt in but I dont see where the OP (and they may indeed be) says they are using the Pod HD500 as the audio interface...? Missed that.. Nice to see thats how to do this with the HD500 as the interface, but all software hosts I have seen (Sonar X2, Logic, Cubase, etc) have a track monitor button that can be turned off or on too. So are you just turning off the dry non emulated guitar signal here while leaving the processed one? Im using a MOTU 828 mk3 and a Presonus FireStudio moble as interfaces and wondered where you turned off the dry signal, in the host or from the interface....
Currently Being ModeratedDec 14, 2012 9:03 PM (in response to spikey)Re: How to record In Cubase the Dry signal with HD500
1. You must assure you have your boxes or phones directly connected with the POD HD500, not with the soundblaster card, the notebook buildt-in boxes or so (deactivated or mute them).
2. You must have the POD HD500 ASIO driver installed and the POD HD500 connected over USB.
3. In Cubase you must select the HD500 as you AUDIO device for input/output. Choose the HD500 ASIO driver.
4. Click on the advanced options of the HD500 ASIO driver. You can also select START>All Programs>Line6>Tools>Line6 Audio-Midi Devices.
4a) On driver page you must select the suited "default buffer size", "default bit depth" as ASIO settings. Depending on your PC speed use as small value as possible. Sometimes it makes sense to change the value from time to time. If you play back all your tracks you might need a bufer of 256 or 512, whereas while recording your guitar with just a view tracks, maybe 128 can work. The reason to to this is to reach the lowest lateny time, the delay between playing and hearing.
4b) Change to the" Input&Recording" page of the driver. Here are two sliders. For listening only the effected monitoring sound of your DAW (Cubase) while playing, the slider must be set to minimum (left side = off). The slider "Record Send Level" and the +18db box let you control the recording input level.
5) Now set the desired tracks active, and use only the monitoring button of Cubase to control the tracks you listen to.
Currently Being ModeratedDec 14, 2012 9:04 AM (in response to spikey)Re: How to record In Cubase the Dry signal with HD500
Sorry to butt in but I dont see where the OP (and they may indeed be) says they are using the Pod HD500 as the audio interface...? Missed that.. ..
It's in the title of the post.......
... and yes, this just turns down/off the dry signal being recorded, so that with the DAW monitoring turned on you will just hear the wet signal produced by the DAW FX (as well as playback of other selected tracks).
Currently Being ModeratedDec 16, 2012 7:08 PM (in response to silverhead)Re: How to record In Cubase the Dry signal with HD500
heh, an all this time I thought the OP was using the HD-500 for his guitar tones only, not an audio interface too... Go figure...