To better explain it......... I'm getting a reverb all the time except for the dry tone.
Without Pod Farm running when I play through the instrument input of my UX2 and listen over headphones I hear my dry sounding guitar with maybe a very, very small amount of latency. When I turn on Pod Farm and load in just a piezo amp with no cabinet I get a reverb that shouldn't be there. I think this is because I am hearing the Pod farm tone and the dry tone that I heard before turning Pod farm on. Mute the signal into pod farm and I am back a a dry sound again. I'm just using it in stand alone mode.
In the mixer when I drop the fader on the processed tone I only hear the dry tone on the other pair of output sends. If I set the two pairs of channels to both be the dry input and set both faders the same the reverb comes back.
Even with no gear selected the reverb is there and disappears when the input is muted. However when the input is muted there seems to be a slight latency that isn't there when it is un-muted.
It seems like the monitoring is feeding back into the input signal chain.
If I load an amp and no cab, mute the instrument channel and turn the dry channel on the mixer right down, the meter on the processed channels still shows an output and I still hear sound. If I load a tone and mute the instrument input I hear the tone. Un-mute the instrument input and I hear the same tone with extra reverb.
I just installed Novation's Automap to go with an Impulse keyboard. It creates a copy of plug in's to map their controls. Could that be causing any issues?
The UX2 is my default audio device so stand alone vst's, DAW and media players need to use it. As they do not feed in a signal through a mic or instrument channel there is no reverb heard on those.
Hope someone can help