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  1. One thing you need to look at is how many mic pre-amps you require. The Behr UMC1820 has 8, that Kmix looks like it only has 2.
  2.  I am trying to get the SPIDER VALVE MKll EDIT app. I have followed the installation guide to a T but it doesn’t appear in my apps area in line 6 monkey. 
    all cables are good. Monkey sees both the amp and SHORTBOARD fine. Using the cat 5 cable from the pedalboard to the amp 

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      fflbrgst

      Sorry, I am not familiar with the Spider Valve amp.  Spider Edit worked with the Spider 1V amps, I know that.

  3. The presets are not in the Shortboard, they are in your amp. Call up the preset you want, then save it to the user preset place where you want it.
  4. Are you recording live bands, hence the need for 12 tracks of simultaneous input? Your Behringer mixer is only giving you a stereo USB output. Why 'motorized' faders, if you are using a DAW?
  5. When you use presets, ALL the settings are based on the saved settings, except the master volume. When you touch/move any knob, you change that particular setting to wherever the knob is moved to.
  6. Disable 'sleep mode'. This messes up settings. Restarting/replugging-in USB devices is almost always needed when the computer goes to sleep due to the USB circuit going to sleep too. There's really no good reason to use 'sleep mode'. Shut down the computer if you are done for the night, or just leave it on. Sleep mode was developed to prevent 'burn in' problems with old CRT monitors.
  7. If you have the UR22 selected as the input and output device in Windows, that's where the Podfarm output is. In whatever DAW you want to use, you can select Podfarm or the UR22 as the audio input.
  8. Yup, the amp is toast, although if you have the skills, you could open it up to inspect for easy-to-spot issues. At that age, the amp has done well to last so long.
  9. Yes, what Phil said. Spider IVs are getting pretty old now. BTW, the downloadable tone patches? Nothing you can't do yourself using either the amp's controls or Spider Edit. You just have to know 'where to start' .
  10. Sorry, no you can't. The FBV's USB connection is only for updating software in the FBV and amp and for using Spider Edit. No audio signal is transmitted from the amp to the FBV or the FBV to the computer.
  11. Is it possible the Cat 5 cable or the connectors on it have been bent or damaged? The first thing I would do is check with another CAT5 cable. Assume you have had this for a while or bought it used, the cables are unfortunately very fragile.
  12. Sorry, but the FBV Express MkII does not do that. It connects to the computer only to communicate computer information (updates, or Spider Edit to adjust your patches). To play computer audio though your amp, you will need to hook up patch cables from your computer's audio-out jacks to the 'MP3' input on the amp.
  13. Ok, so if you want a dry signal file,too, just turn off the PodFarm plug-in and render the track to another WAV file.
  14. Which FBV pedal? Is it currently in Wah mode? If so, you need to step (hard) on the toe of the pedal to switch to Volume mode.
  15. Well, if you are using the PodFarm plug-in, you ARE recording the dry signal. The plug-in can be turned on or off, then I assume you are rendering/converting the track to WAV or MP3?
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