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#1 Monsignore

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Posted 25 March 2014 - 12:41 PM

Hi guys, i'm new here, and i have a nice question.. let's start from the begin, actually i record using my pod hd500 + Scarlett 2i2 + Cubase 5 (on windows 7), i use the pod hd500 xlr out into the xlr in of my scarlett 2i2, do you think it's possible to record using the direct usb connection of the pod and the Scarlett 2i2 (which is connected to my studio monitors) to monitor everything? (usually i don't need to monitor my guitar by the audio interface cause i use the l/mono out of the pod into my amp for that, but i need to listen to the backing track!)

 

On cubase i can do this only using the generic asio drivers but i have a very big latency, it's impossible to work in that way!

I want to record using the direct usb because the signal is more clear and with high fidelity... 

 

Any ideas?? :)


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#2 silverhead

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Posted 25 March 2014 - 02:02 PM

If you want to use the HD500 USB connection for recording you should connect your monitors to the HD500 audio outputs. You would not use your Scarlett at all, nor your amp. All sound produced by the POD, as well as your backing tracks, will be heard through your monitors.
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