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Recording In Pro Tools 10 With Pod Farm

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#1 Evoteric


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Posted 02 May 2014 - 11:11 AM



I am trying to record guitar in Pro Tools 10. The Pod Farm plugin is recognized, and opens up the Pod Farm interface within Pro Tools 10. I opened up my pod farm settings (.l6t file) fine but when I play guitar, only a dry signal is being produced within the recording. In the Pod Farm interface (via plugin), the guitar is not being picked up at all (no levels, tuner doesn't read any notes etc). It seems like the plugin and interface pulls up okay but it doesn't recognize the guitar within the plugin, and when I record it records the guitar completely dry. What can be done about this?



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Posted 02 May 2014 - 11:29 AM

The best way to use the plug-in is to record the dry signal and use the plug-in as a post record FX.  To record the wet signal, you'll need to use the POD Farm stand-alone application.

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