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Pod Farm as VST Plug in with Reason

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#1 dbia


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Posted 25 October 2017 - 01:41 PM

Need some help here if anyone will. I've been a Reason user for years and really loved it when Line 6 was a part of the rack instruments. I was sorely pissed when they decided to no longer support Line 6 products. Now that Reason has be upgraded to work with VST plugins I would like to start using Pod Farm in my recording again. Problem is that when I install the VST in Reason breaks it into a number sub-plugins (effects, amps, etc. etc.). I can set up a signal chain in the plugin, but a: cannot save it, and b. cannot load any of my Pod Farm presets. Anyone else run across this issue? Thanks in advance. db

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#2 Gaz_Ham


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Posted 26 October 2017 - 04:43 AM

It's the same for me in cubase, but there is the option for podfarm there too under the line6 section of the vst inserts. Perhaps you can use podfarm in stand alone mode and go directly in via your interface?
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#3 Masushi


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Posted 31 October 2017 - 02:59 AM

Hi, you can easily insert the whole Pod Farm VST into an audio track by choosing "POD Farm 2 (x64)" from your "Effects" - Menu in Reason. After opening the VST-Window you can load any of your presets and tweak them as well as saving them. Hope this helps.

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