are you sure the selected audio card for your track recording is UX8?
if not, maybe it is set instead on HD500, in wich case the master volume knob position of your POD will be irrelevant (just for monitoring purposes)..
the signal going through USB is digital and you can control its level with the "Line 6 Audio-MIDI Devices" driver application.. you can find it in your start menu..
(clik on the pic to zoom-in)
just adjust the "Record Send Level"
otherwise be sure to select UX8 as the source for your recording track, and in this case use the POD master volume knob to set the right level
chico11 ha scritto:
...Is there a way to connect the pod hd500 to be able
To adjust level and pan in my sonar track why'll
Someone els is playing?...
I think that in Sonar the monitoring level and pan setting of a track can be changed while it's recorded or when is in playback regardless of the way the POD is connected, and maybe those parameters changes can also be recorded at the same time as an automation.. but for that topic you have to ask in the Cakewalk forum, or study the Sonar manual..
if you can't change the monitored track volume and pan setting maybe you have to toggle some Sonar switch, let say: track monitoring on or off.. I don't know.. I use Cubase
regarding the HD500 you can connect it only in 3 ways: digitally through USB or S/PDIF, or through the analog inputs of an audio card, that's it, no special tricks..
I think your issue depends only on Sonar track settings
I found monitoring on/of in sonar
It's callas Eco in sonar it's a switch
On the tracks,it's still the same.
I noted too that if I turn of my computer
And play I still get sound from my monitors???
Is that normal??
this document may be of your interest: http://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation/default.aspx?Doc=SONAR%20X2&Lang=EN&Req=Recording.22.html
When I connect my guitar direct to the
UX8 without connecting the HD500
all the levels are working
If I put the level of the track all the way
Down I don't here my guitar, witch is
Not the same as if I connect the GD500
the only logic explanation is that the UX8 input where you connect your POD is directly monitored out bypassing Sonar, and the UX8 input where you connect just the guitar is not directly monitored..
if instead in your experiment above the UX8 physical input used for the connections is the same for both the guitar alone and with the POD in between, as i said before: does not make any sense that the Sonar track volume influences only the guitar (alone) level, and not with the POD in between...