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About CeeJayTheFirst

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  1. Hello everyone! So I was thinking about about direct recording my Line6 POD HD Pro X by plugging its AES/EBU in/out to my PCI card (same connectors). So is it possible?
  2. Hello. I'm here to ask about the possibility of connecting an amp (Line6 POD HD Pro X) to an external soundcard like Focusrite and then having that one connected to the PC. So, is it possible, and if it is, how should I make the connection between the amp and the soundcard?
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    How To Properly Connect Pod Hd Pro To A Linux System

    Just to bring this thread back from the dead... I'm interested in gifting myself with a nice addition to my rig: the Pod Hd Pro X. From what I've seen i this thread it is possible to edit the presets on the Pod (?) but the feature that I'm more interested in knowing if it works is the digital interface for direct recording. So does it work? If it doesn't, then can I connect this device to a sound card (PCI like ESI Juli@ or USB like Scarllett 2i2/2i4) and then to the computer?
  4. Greetings everyone. I'm here to clear a few things out about using the Line 6 POD HD Pro X with Linux OS, more precisely, Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. The main question is: Is it possible? I am curious about the possibility of using this amp's digital interface for recording and also I'd like to know if it is possible to use the POD's editor, all done in my OS of choice. I am aware that Line 6 doesn't provide any drivers for Linux machines but in my research I've stumbled upon a thread about a project developing linux drivers not the HD Pro X but the HD500, and I wonder if those can be used with the HD Pro X. Thank you for any replies.