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  1. First thing to check is the small pins on the connectors for the CAT5 cable - both at the amp jack and pedal jack and the cable pins. Look for any bent out of position or shorting onto the next pin. Then check with a different CAT 5 cable.
  2. Guess this has nothing to do with PodFarm, where you posted. Not familiar with Ableton, but you have the selected track set as a MIDI (not audio) input, right? Do you have a VSTi (virtual instrument) selected for the track?
  3. LOL, that would be a good feature! I only ever did it in rehearsal.
  4. Because 'mic input' is the default selection for input 1 on your Steinburg. If you click on 'file', then 'preferences', you can then look at the input selection and choose ch 1 (mic input) or ch 2 (instrument input) of the Steinburg. Line 6 hardware adds those controls to the PodFarm GUI, but you can still access the features with our Steinburg (input selection from preferences) and 'recording wet/dry' from your DAW or other software.
  5. Not true, you just didn't find the correct settings. I verified it yesterday before replying to you - PodFarm stand-alone works fine for me with a Focusrite AI. An interface is an interface - takes an analog input and converts it to digital.
  6. Ok, when you open PodFarm, click on 'File', then 'Preferences'. Go to the Hardware tab. You should be able to select the Steinberg as your input device there. If it is not an option, then that means you don't have the Steinberg ASIO drivers installed. The reason you are seeing these videos with people using the UX2 is because when you buy a UX2 is comes with PodFarm!
  7. The UX2 is just an audio interface, like your Stenberg. Both will do exactly the same thing with PodFarm. If you have the full version of PF (that allows use as a plug-in), then you also have the stand-alone version already.
  8. OK, I guess you have the 'stand alone' PodFarm only, possibly you need the full version which allows use as a 'plug-in' in a DAW, but... in neither of your Windows audio settings screen shots do you have the interface selected as the device (input or output). This has nothing to do with 'compatibility' with your interface - any interface would behave the same way.
  9. You would need to select PodFarm as your audio input device in the Windows Sound settings. In reality, you should be using a decent DAW, not the Windows audio recorder. Audacity, while really just an audio editor, could be used (it's free). Your AI should have come with Cubase (DAW) - try it!
  10. Uhh, no! The FBV pedals do not have wireless capability. They require power from the device they are plugged into (via the Cat5 cable). And whatever you are using the FBV (which one?) with doesn't have wireless ability either.
  11. Using a looper on the input of an amp with effects means that you cannot change the amp effects when you add a part to the looped track, as it will change the sound of the loop track as well. I am guessing that's what you mean by "it wouldn’t work in the amp properly". The POD GO does not have a looper function. I find it kind of funny that you are stuck on using a $99 bedroom practice amp,. but willing to spend $500 on an 'all in one' effects pedal!
  12. Well, the FBV would not 'do anything' when you are using Spider Edit software. You create/edit/save patches in Spider Edit, then move them into the amp's User Patch locations.
  13. You don't change the calibration of the volume pedal via the Spider Edit software, has to be done on the pedal itself, using the calibration procedure. Spider Edit only affects the amplifier's settings.
  14. To be clear, the FBV (must be MkII) is plugged into the computer via USB, and the amp to the FBV via the Cat5 cable right? The FBV just acts like an interface for the computer to talk to the amp.
  15. To be clear, do not plug the amp directly into your computer using a (what seems to be compatible) ethernet cable! To load patches to the Spider IV (and also to update the firmware in the amp), you need an FBV MkII pedal.
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