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  1. MotherGo0se


    Thank you for your reply. I really appreciate it. It seems I've been feeding the cab m trough mono cable with balanced jacks all along. Balanced vs Stereo. lollipoping cables.
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    Hello everyone, I just recently bought Two notes Cab M, and I've been messing around with it, placing it in Loop in my Pod HD 500x. Everything is working fine with simple instrument cable, but for some reason when I plug TRS balanced cable in fx send and from there into line in on Cab there is no signal. From cab m line out to fx return I'm using adapter cable from pic attached. Like I said fx send doesn't send any kind of signal from Pod to cab m with Trs cable. I tried going from cab m line out to pod right and with the same balanced cable and it was working fine. So the cable is not the issue, I don't understand, It says Trs send, and I know both line in and out on cab m are also Trs. What am I doing wrong?
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    No what I meant is both UX1 and Pod are always connecting trough USB 2 ports. I don't keep Pod 500x running all the time, but my UX1 is always on. It is useless to keep both units connected at the same time unless you want to use Pod Farm or its parts, as a post plugin. I'm off track now. Everything is connected as it was before when it was going smoothly, but the internet stuff is just not compatible any more. Hence the update. Cheers.
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    First of all thank you for your reply, I see you are trying to reach out. I have an old Asus laptop which I preserved mainly for my guitar. I know being on any kind of internet network is not audio friendly, but I like to jump on youtube from times to times, for backingtracks, or sometimes just to hear what I'm aiming for. It runs on quad core with 4 gb of ram, like I said it's an old lap with old motherboard and it doesn't even have USB3 port. It is still on windows 7 which is sculpted and optimized for Pod Farm 2.5 for my Ux1. I love that little black box still to this day. Both UX1 and Pod HD 500x are ALWAYS connected on USB 2 ports. I know Win 7 is over and out, but since I really don't need any security updates for this laptop, I don't really care. The only thing that bothers me it's outdated driver which cannot continue running apps that it use to.
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    That will not solve the problem of playback. It's not Usb port it's outdated driver that is causing these issues.
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    I know Line 6 is pretty busy with promotion of the latest products, but it would be nice to at least update drivers. It's becoming almost impossible to listen anything trough youtube if you're using Pod HD 500x as interface. Don't get me started with UX1, In latest Reaper you cannot go more then an hour without system crushing.
  7. Ok maybe not the best of all time, but I believe you wont find any album that comes even close sonically in last 20 years. Today I was looking around the internet trying to learn more about Billy Howerdel's guitar tone. I assume we all know who Billy is. :) I came across one thread on fractal forum. One guy was asking about instructions on how to create a tone another guy answered...You know same old same old, except the answer that the other guy gave blow me away. I'm just gonna copy-paste.the text: ''I've talked to Billy about this 2 or 3 times and also talked to Dave Friedman as well. The Mer De Noms tones were all done through Pod Farm. Yes, you heard me correctly. Pod Farm. Most of Billy's core tone actually comes from his guitar, which is a Les Paul with Tom Anderson H3+ and H1- pickups in it. Believe you me, if you don't use this configuration, you won't get his sound. You just won't. The Friedman Naked is simply a Marshall Super Lead with some transformer and preamp modifications. It's nothing insanely complicated. Dave used to offer this as a mod you could get done.'' Maybe you guys know about this already maybe not, but someone should look into this.
  8. Thanks guys. Like I said I never connected my Pod hd 500x via Spdif. I have an old PC which I use mainly for playing and recording tracks. Just a while ago I stumbled upon some comments here regarding Spdif. Thought I should give it a try. While this dinosaur PC of mine doesn't have Spdif in, I was thinking maybe if I bought somekind of internal audio card with Spdif in that should do the job. Maybe I missread somebody saying that digital signal which goes through spdif cable is better quality wise then going trough usb. If that's not the case, then there's really no need to invest more in this old PC.
  9. I'm looking to buy a version of Pcie card that has coaxial Spdif input. I never used this way of connecting PC with Pod. To those of you who did, is there significant difference in overall quality of sound, or is it just as good as going trough USB? I rather not temper with configuration of the PC if the difference in sound is gonna be unsignificant.
  10. First of all Hello everyone it's been a while. Lately I've been messing with Bias FX I and have to tell you I find this software to be over the top. Especially high gain modulations, distorsions and over all the feel of the sound coming out. But I have one problem. When I'm running it standalone and I'm dialing my tone everything goes well, but soon as I open up Reaper and I want to record that sound it says "There was an error opening the audio hardware: Error initializing ASIO driver..." I go then to the preferences/device etc And this is what I get
  11. First of all I wanna say hi to everyone here, it's been a while. So new amplitube 4 is out and I was eager to check it out, but as it is only for win 64 platform, now I'm having these device problems with my UX1 in Reaper. Everything works swell when I open Podfarm and Reaper, but every time I open amplitube and then Reaper I get the same device not found message. I know it's some kind of driver incompatibility and I don't wanna go asio4all I tried that buggy lollipop already. Is there any way I can have this software running in standalone like podfarm alongside reaper?
  12. Thanks for answering man, Believe me I tried all of that, and every time it comes out very strange, so unnatural. I've been doing Deftones covers lately, downloaded a couple of great backing tracks (drum, bass, keys, everything). And as for my part, with Pod Farm I've managed to get every single clean sound, but the same problem still knocks me down. Soon as I come in to the chorus with a power chord I loose all integrity of the song. it just sounds like 8 bit video game comparing to the clean part.
  13. I don't know where to start with this one. Ever since I started using Pod Farm I've failed miserably to record a decent distorsion sounds. I didn't want to bother you with this question cause I figured it's just another learning curve but it slowly got to the boiling point :)))) Every time I dial in some kind of tune and record dry signal then afterwards add Pod Farm as fx in Reaper it comes out very poor. I can't seem to save the texture of any amp that I use when I add distorsion. I tried tweaking, adding more compression, add eq, delaying guitar in mixer, doubling guitar (max left and right) in DAW, processing, mixing...and still nothing. I just don't understand what am I doing wrong since every single clean sound that I dial in comes out great after recording. And sounds very natural. I found some presets here on custom tones that I really like (done on a same guitar as mine with same pickups), but they still sound ''plastic'' after recording. Please Help you guys.
  14. I tried it both ways and now I'm running it from mono out to instrument, as Zap recommended. It's huge level difference as he pointed out, but never the less thanks to both of you for your fast reply.
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