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    Recording Quality For Pod Hd400

    Hey silverhead, thanks for the quick reply. I tried using reaper, and the sound quality is much better in comparison to audacity but is still lacking i feel. When played back, the track that is recorded sounds a bit too harsh and echo-y and not as compact and tight as id like it... Could it be my crappy computer speakers?? However when id play a youtube video of a guitar cover the speakers sound just fine. Again, i'm not looking for something "perfect and studio-like" but is there anyone to tighten it up a bit with some editing? I've followed all of your suggestions in your post
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    Recording Quality For Pod Hd400

    hey everyone, i recently bought a pod hd400 about a year ago (well, i guess not that recently) and when i play music, especially using distorted tones such as "big time lead" to play metal-esque songs through my headphones the sound quality is amazing tight and compact/full. when i switch the back settings from studio to live, and line to amp and play the pod through my roland cube 15x amp the sound sounds much more different and harsh, but still good enough (first question... why?) the real question is when i want to do any recordings to my computer with my main objective putting youtube videos up. as i stated before, when i play through my headphones the tone sounds godly and magnificent, but when i hear the playback from either free DAWS "audacity" or "reaper(trial)" connected through USB it sounds so bad its unbearable. very harsh, trebly, as if recorded with a cellphone from the 90's... Why is this?? Shouldn't i hear back what im hearing through my headphones when playing strictly into them from my pod? And if any of you have put any youtube videos up, im wondering what equipment i must buy (my budget is pretty tight) to get the best sound quality out of this pod. Again, im not looking for anything spectacular or proffesional, but when i see these punk teenage kids putting up covers of songs that the sound quality is Fantastic i cant help but wonder why i cant do the same Hope to get some replies soon
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