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  1. It's a Mac hidden file. You have to remove them with a script or copy the files onto the USB/SD from a Windows machine.
  2. I think you're getting too far ahead of yourself and trying to solve too many issues all at once. Have you read through the manual and gotten the basics down at least? Yes or No? Have you installed the Line 6 M20D audio driver? Yes or No? Is the audio output on the computer itself (in the OS or in your DAW) set to the Stagescape M20D as your output? Yes or No? Let's start there.
  3. Lots of questions here. I will try to unpack it as best as I can. First of all, you are going to have to do some reading. Question: have you read the manual? Wifi Do a search in this forum and there are tons of threads about this. Look for the ones with lots of replies. Here's one you can read and see if it helps you: The manual covers it on page 82. https://line6.com/data/6/0a06434c12bb52431be9dd7c2/application/pdf/StageScape M20d Advanced Guide - English ( Rev D ).pdf Mixer as a Soundcard You WILL have latency issues with it as the soundcard for your DAW. But for hearing your computer, you need to have a laptop / computer icon on the stage. It has internal 'inputs' on 17/18. In the manual on page 88, the first setup example shows a computer on the stage. https://line6.com/data/6/0a06434c12bb52431be9dd7c2/application/pdf/StageScape M20d Advanced Guide - English ( Rev D ).pdf Your Question 3 • skip Your Question 4 The PodXT should be into the mixer. The 'computer' doesn't run the PodXT as it is an independent device with it's own soundcard. Do not plug the XT into the computer. JUst plug its outputs into the mixer and then the computer processes your drums. The manual is your friend. https://line6.com/data/6/0a06434c12bb52431be9dd7c2/application/pdf/StageScape M20d Advanced Guide - English ( Rev D ).pdf
  4. stormstudios

    LOW GTR VOLUME

    Is the volume level issue just the guitar output? What is the volume like for for USB output from the computer?
  5. No problem. Then the answer is no. There is no time function in the Pod.
  6. You could have a MIDI file that could be triggered on song start that has an automation track in it for the movement at the time code you need it in the song. You'd have to make that file in your DAW and send it to your drummer to trigger with the rest of the changes.
  7. Airport Express - buy the 2nd generation. The 1st did not work for me and 2 seconds after buying the new one (this is years ago) the setup took 5 seconds. I think any Apple USB to Ethernet adaptor bought in the last three years will work just fine. Safest, easiest path is buy the latest of both.
  8. You really should heed spaceatl's advice here. Even if you don't use the patch you build, it's worth starting from zero and learning your way through that way.
  9. * looks around * * stops making secret things in basement * Yup. Agreed.
  10. The drag and drop functionality does not work in my version of Mac (not sure why). So, while you can, and most people can, that should in no way devalue the knowledge put forth in explaining that the converter exists. He did use the word 'And...' Lots of options for sure.
  11. As the message says, do not remove the USB cable or remove an SD card from the slot when you are using the Stagescape as an audio output device. What are you trying to do? If you're playing audio from the MBP, you're better off with a 1/8" - 1/4" cable from the onboard sound card to an input on the mixer.
  12. We can never been entirely sure without a deeper explanation of your set up. However, I was finding a similar level when I first got my 500X and my HD500 Pro. What I did to better set up my patches was use a Boost, Studio EQ, or Vintage Pre in my first slot and use the gain on those to get more push of the front of the 'amp.' I went back and forth between all three of them and eventually settled on the Boost Comp. My experiment was my real Fender Twin Reverb '65 RI vs the Twin sim. If you don't have a real amp that is modeled by Line 6 that's a little harder. Anyway, I ended up pushing the front of the chain with the Boost Comp by 12db. That made the amp sim MUCH more responsive to the Hum, SAG, blah blah settings. It was a lot of work and I am not sure why it is set up technically how it is (I'm sure the electronics whizzes can help provide a better picture). But I was never happy with my results until I pushed things harder at the front with my various guitars. I hope that helps. This may not be great advice for everyone but it's what worked for me.
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