I simply want my UX2 to run in 48KHz/24-bit mode all the time in standalone mode. I don't use it as a VST ever; I just call up Pod Farm and play it into a mixer and route that to recording gear.
Since some number of drivers ago, there is no longer a Line 6 configuration setting for sampling rate and bit depth -- you have to use the Windows 7 (my OS) setting under sounds in the Control Panel. Well, that is settable and all, but setting it there doesn't make it change to that. IT ONLY CHANGES ONCE YOU "TEST" THE DEVICE in that same Windows Sound control panel.
After you leave Pod Farm or Gearbox and come back, it is right back at 44/16. Why is this? Why did they do that? Why can't it be set within Line 6 setup software to just stay at what we want it to?
Any help would be great. I'm not going to go to the control panel and test it every time to make it trigger up to 48/24. It just seems odd. I don't even need the UX2 to be a Windows device at all, actually. It works fine (although at the lower settings) when disabled. I only need Line 6 modeling software to drive it, not any Windows apps.
Best to all,