Currently Being ModeratedMay 27, 2011 11:33 AM (in response to Hellharicot)Re: RE: Pod GX + Pod Farm 2.5 : Only Dry sound
Please make sure to check the Record Output within POD Farm's mixer tab to configure your outputs. You will need to configure them for wither TONE A or TONE B instead of the dry tone. Please reference the screen shot below:
As far as the buffer size issue, try using the setting just to the right of the extra small buffer size. You will just to try different combinations of settings to see what works for you on your system.
Currently Being ModeratedMay 29, 2011 4:50 PM (in response to Line6Don)Re: RE: Pod GX + Pod Farm 2.5 : Only Dry sound
Thank you very much for answerring the topic.
As I said above, I checked my settings in Pod Farm 2.5 and it is already configured with TONE A. But I still get the clean sound anyway.
Then my other issue is more about the bit-depth (I have done some researches and I found how it was called, sorry for not having made myself clear :/): I can't set it to 24-bits neither on my PC or my Laptop... I tried setting it to 24 bits 48000Hz. But, when I apply it and start using my GX, it goes back to 16 bits 44100Hz... And obviously, I'd like to get the best sound quality as possible. Any solution? :/
Concerning the buffer size: 8 gigs of RAM and I can't set it to the Smallest? It sounds wrong. On my laptop I only have 2 gigs of RAM and I can set the buffer size to Extra Small with just a few clics, but I still have the sound, whereas on my PC, which is quite powerful and good quality, it simply doesn't work? It's not logic... :/
(Edit: I noticed that my computer crashes when I unplug my GX... BlueScreen. It tells me it's a Driver Issue. Maybe I'll have to reinstall it, once again.)
Currently Being ModeratedJun 3, 2011 5:00 PM (in response to Hellharicot)RE: Pod GX + Pod Farm 2.5 : Only Dry sound
This issue could be related to a USB filter driver installed on your system.
Try looking over the info in this DOC and see if it helps.
Also, BSOD's are often related to conflicts with video cards. Try updating the video card in your computer to the latest drivers supplied by your manufacturer.
Line 6 Customer Support
Currently Being ModeratedJun 7, 2011 4:21 PM (in response to Hellharicot)RE: Pod GX + Pod Farm 2.5 : Only Dry sound
You should be able to control the bit rate and sampling rate from the Line 6 Audio-MIDI device menu. If you are making changes to this and they are not staying, there is either a difference with the operating system audio preferences setting, or you are using a recording application that has taken control of the driver settings. At which point you will need to make the changes to the preferences within the application.
In terms of you only hearing the dry sound, that is an issue we are currently looking into.
Please review the following link for more information and workarounds:
Currently Being ModeratedJun 7, 2011 4:40 PM (in response to Hellharicot)Re: Pod GX + Pod Farm 2.5 : Only Dry sound
I have the exact same problem. Nothing but the dry signal coming out from POD Farm 2.5 wether in stand alone or as a plug in. I'm using an original UX1 and am positive that the outs are setup correctly.
Sure hope you guys have a sollution soon. It's obviously quite frustrating.