Currently Being ModeratedJan 23, 2011 3:23 PM (in response to zebonebo)Re: Recording an HD500 Dry Signal, Applying Modling Later in DAW
The HD500 does not provide a dry signal directly over its usb/ASIO driver, but you can obtain a dry signal by using the HD500 Dual Path capabilities and its mixer appropriately. Create one path with no processing, pan the two paths fully L/R in the mixer to seperate them, and then select only the Dry path (the L or R side of the mix) for recording in your DAW.
As you point out, there is no HD processing available as a plugin. So it would actually be simpler to use your X3 to record the dry signal directly, then apply whatever plugin you have/want.
Currently Being ModeratedJan 23, 2011 3:26 PM (in response to zebonebo)Re: Recording an HD500 Dry Signal, Applying Modling Later in DAW
by not compatible with pod farm it means that the hd500 won't authorize pod farm...
you can still use the hd500 for your interface, and use pod farm plugin on the tracks... BUT... in order to use pod farm the x3 needs to be plugged in.... does NOT require that you use the x3.... just have it plugged in.