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  1. Hmoller....I have a Pod HD500X and am trying ubuntu studio. Would your code work and is there one ready for use for a newbe
  2. I wouldn't use a Marshall because of their design. They never get a clean sound. Great for rock but not so good for clean country. I'll spend whatever I have to within reason. Thanks for your input!
  3. Thanks Trav. I am still leaning towards a stereo tube amp (no preamp). Let me know if you try that....if you don't get busted....lol.
  4. that's a good tip Matt....thanks
  5. Thank you for that. I was leaning that way but wanted some input from someone who has experienced it. I definitely know about the time! It's never right until you tweek it live....and then, it depends....lol. Thank you again
  6. I want to find a good match for the HD500X. Anyone have experience going into the front end of a tube amp or going into a tube "amp only" amp? Any suggestions would be very helpful. Thanks
  7. I have a Dell Dimension E520 running Vista Home Basic and couldn't get audio through the line in jacks (monitoring). I read that it was the Dell's problem and they aren't concerned. My neighbor gave me a Creative Sound Blaster Audigy SE card to throw in there. I did and problem solved. I then installed Audacity and lost the line in again??? I uninstalled Audacity and it didn't cure this. I did a system restore and it was good again. I was reading somewhere about ASIO being the problem and also VST's and their use. I did not have any problems like this running XP Pro on an HP computer. Anyone have any experience with this or who can possably point me to the information needed to fix, solve, or get around this? Thanks Guy
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