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  1. Thanks for the help LINE 6. REAALLLY appreciate you taking time to care.
  2. My PODHD400 is 5 years old. I've had minor glitches happen in the past year but this particular problem doesn't make sense. First off, when I use the looper in PRE MODE and play it back, the looped recording is barely audible and crackling. When I try to record in Garage band, I have the same issue during play back. The strange part is that in looper POST MODE, everything is fine. In garageband, my signal is being received as normal according to the sound wave chart in the track. When I plug into an amp the signal has no issue either. I'm completely clueless and this doesn't sound like a run of the mill problem.
  3. My PODHD400 is 5 years old. I've had minor glitches happen in the past year but this particular problem doesn't make sense. First off, when I use the looper in PRE MODE and play it back, the looped recording is barely audible and crackling. When I try to record in Garage band, I have the same issue during play back. The strange part is that in looper POST MODE, everything is fine. In garageband, my signal is being received as normal according to the sound wave chart in the track. When I plug into an amp the signal has no issue either. I'm completely clueless and this doesn't sound like a run of the mill problem.
  4. Not sure if this is possible with this model, but I want to make an electric keyboard effect, the best example I can think of would be the keyboard in "Riders on the Storm" by the Doors. I'm thinking it lies somewhere in the pitch configuration, but I've been turning knobs for days and can't figure it out. Any suggestions?
  5. The thing about the reverb fx is the octo is integral to the sound, in fact, it pretty much is the sound. I play though both amp and computer, but either way sounds the same. As far as other effects and presets, I'm pretty sure it lies in the octo reverb, as it does the same with other effects that i have set up to where the octo reverb mix is at 100. From what Im getting so far, it seems like there is no way around this, the octo reverb has that delay built in. I dunno, someone prove me wrong please! But it just doesn't make sense. There doesn't seem to be any specific technical reason why it would be like this.
  6. I tried this, and even at 99 the mix level drastically changes the sound, to the point where the effect is no longer even close to the original desired sound. I'm guessing the desired sound is simply reverb noise alone, but I need to be able to use it without the lag. Are there any other ways around this?
  7. I have the POD HD400. My presets are listed as follows: Amp: Hiway100 bias:99 biasx 50 FX 1: Blue comp sustyn:98 FX2: AnologChorus Speed:5% Depth:100 Chvib:chorus FX3: delay/echo OFF Reverb: Octo predelay: 0 decay 72 tone: 0 mix 100 OK THEN! So basically i have manually taken the delay off but when i play there is a 1/8 second delay before the sound comes out. This is a problem because I want to play in actual time. Sorry if my terminology is off but Im a novice. PLEASE HELP!
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