Currently Being ModeratedJan 10, 2012 3:38 PM (in response to jdolby)Re: Models Volume Differences Between VDI and 1/4"
That is rather strange that your experiecning the difference in volume to between outputs as opposed to a difference in volume between the mags and models themselves.
You could save a bundle of models for the the 1/4" output and then setup a bundle for the VDI outputs. You then could load the bundle of models for whichever output you plan on using it with.
Another thing to consider is how long of a 1/4" cable are you using? There is signal loss with analog 1/4" cable connections, but not with the VDI cable. So it's possible that the volume difference could be a result of this signal loss with a long running 1/4".
Can provide us with some audio samples of the volume difference you are experiencing? Try using the POD HD500 as your audio interface for your computer, and record sound samples of the mags and model sounds over 1/4" and then the same sounds over VDI. Use blank presets on the POD HD500, so there is not any additional volume being added to the sound.
Currently Being ModeratedJan 16, 2012 4:27 PM (in response to jdolby)Re: Models Volume Differences Between VDI and 1/4"
I was reading through this and just to make sure everything is ok, can you post a sound clip of the issue?
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Currently Being ModeratedJan 20, 2012 3:16 PM (in response to jdolby)Re: Models Volume Differences Between VDI and 1/4"
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