Therefore, if you use the line 6 15 years, you already know they NEVER do any preset list as you request...
I'd like to think things can change for the better.
Yes, this is what a preset is, but this is out of topic.
Actually this post is specifically about presets.
Run the Edit without cakewalk, see what you need, write it down, and open the Cakewalk after to record.Or simply try to create your own preset from scratch.Or get another device...Basically, I don't get it why while there is no problem, you are having one...
So, I'm recording and have an idea for a part and I know I want a certain tone. I should...Shut down Cakewalk, shut off the POD, connect the USB, start the POD, start Edit, look for the tone I want to start with, write that down, unplug the USB, start Cakewalk again, load the project, load the preset, tweak it and then record? Sounds much more time consuming than looking at a sheet, turning to that channel, tweaking the sound and recording.
Basically, what I don't get is why you have a problem with me requesting such a document. We've already established some people would want one.
Well a Line 6 employee is not likely to swing by - and out of all the issues with the Pod this would probably be quite low priority (I think making EQ display in dB would be top).
If you actually want Line 6 to take note then shoot them your suggestion on IdeaScale:
Thanks for the link. I did not know about this. I will add that the complexity of developing the eq to show db is MUCH greater than printing a piece of paper. I don't feel like I'm really asking that much compared to requests like that, but I guess I am.
Trust me, I know the presets are horrible sounding and I would never use one without adjusting it. I talk with my friend in Taiwan every week and half the time we talk about Line 6. Most of that time is spent talking about how awesome they are but many times we talk about how poor the presets are, who creates them and why they still have a job. Again though, I use presets as a quick starting point like a template that I tweak to taste. I don't care if you build your tone one piece at a time you still need to tweak that tone. I get if you only play in one style of music that creating a couple of tones would be easy, but if you write in a large variety of styles and want to take full advantage of what the POD can do it's a much larger task. When I'm sketching out a song I want to do things FAST and keep the inspiration going. I will always go back and re-record everything and make sure to spend time getting the tone I want but in the initial phase of creation speed is more important than the ultimate tone. That is easily changed down the road. It's fine if you all do it differently but this is how I like to work.
I'll leave it at that. It appears no one on this post agrees a document like this would be useful and some appear to be posting just to make fun of someone they perceive a new Line 6 user.
Thanks for all the ..uh....help....and encouraging words