Currently Being ModeratedNov 30, 2009 1:24 AM (in response to gerardux1)Re: UX1 PODFARM Output Through Computer Not Amplifier
windows can only support using 1 soundcard/audio interface at once. so what you're wanting to do is use one sound card (the UX1) for your audio input device, and your build in sound card (which your speakers are connected to) as the output device.
this strictly speaking isn't really supported, and most users get a cheap mixer like one of the behringer ones that are only £/$30 ish so you can use both sound cards through the same speakers, or they disable the internal sound card and use the UX1 all the time (i do that with my UX2).
that said there are 2 ways I can think of.
1. get the right y shaped cable and connect your ux1 analog outputs (each is mono) to the line input on your PC sound card, and then enable your sound card to monitor the line in to the line output (which your speakers are connected to). this needs your sound card to support this which some dont, so please check you can do this before spending on a cable.
2. you can try using ASIO4ALL which is a free driver that can use 2 sound cards at once. this isn't supported by line6 at all, and may not work well (it doesn't for me, but does for some others) and this may let you do what you want, as it lets you select which inputs and outputs you want to use from different sound cards.
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Currently Being ModeratedNov 30, 2009 8:24 PM (in response to Rowbi)Re: UX1 PODFARM Output Through Computer Not Amplifier
windows can only support using 1 soundcard/audio interface at once.
No, that's an ASIO limitation, not a Windows limitation. If you use WDM drivers, for example, you can use different interfaces for in vs. out. And actually, the real limitation is that ASIO only supports one driver at a time, not one interface. If the driver supports multiple interfaces, then you can still use different interfaces for in vs. out. For example, the Steinberg Generic Low Latency ASIO Driver supports this. I think asio4all supports this as well, but I've never actually used it.
The catch is that the latency is never as good as using the native X3 ASIO driver
Currently Being ModeratedNov 30, 2009 2:47 PM (in response to gerardux1)RE: UX1 PODFARM Output Through Computer Not Amplifier
If you're using a laptop then avoid trying to use the internal speakers on it. You'd be better off plugging headphones or external speakers into the TonePort.
Also, take a look at this video tutorial and see if it helps you with some set up ideas.
Please let me know if this answer has been helpful. Thanks.
Currently Being ModeratedDec 2, 2009 12:20 PM (in response to gerardux1)RE: UX1 PODFARM Output Through Computer Not Amplifier
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