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  1. Thanks for the reply. Yea I have been looking for a viable solution. When I bought the house I agreed to let tours go on in the house occasionally. So I cant disrupt too much. Standing stuff needs to be easily storable.
  2. I'm very new to Pod Farm. I recently moved into a 100 year old home that is a historical marker. I am forbidden from doing any modifications to the house like sound proofing and such. The room I record in is all wood. I have done as much as I could to try and soften things up. Put in a throw rug. Long curtains. Even have some sound proofing on some stands. It helps a little but the room is still live as Hell. There is echo in everything I record. Not as bad as a preacher in a church, but it's still noticeable. Can someone tell me a nice basic setting I can use in Pod Farm to get me started in the right direction? I usually use a compressor, and clipper for my podcasts.. but I can't seem to get the echo reduced. Don't even know if it is possible. Thanks in advance.
  3. Thanks.. I will just install Monkey and let it download all the drivers. Then I will try attaching the hardware with a new cable. Maybe something just got installed out of order.
  4. Would you be kind enough to link me to the drivers you are using? Also, are you on a clean install of Windows and is it 32 or 64 bit? Oh one more thing. Do you know if you are plugged into a USB 2.0 port or a USB 3.0 port. My computer has no USB 2.0 ports, so I am worried that's the problem.
  5. I have read countless threads on the subject and it seems to me that all anyone can say is "Maybe". Some people say they got it to work because they upgraded from Windows 8 where the TonePort worked. Others say they got it to work by basically "jiggling wires" in terms of disabling and re-enabling the device in device manager. Some say it "did" work and then stopped. This is a huge mess of answers. Can anyone say without a doubt. Yes or No? I have tried everything to get my TonePort UX2 Red to work under Windows 10. With the latest Windows 10 drivers. The device is so simple to use. Install the drivers, and plug it in. Not a lot of technical stuff to do. Under Windows 8 on my laptop, that is exactly what I can do. Under Windows 10, the TonePort is just plain dead. The device manager sees it but it is banged out. I have to disable the device and re-enable it. Then there is no bang on the hardware in device manager but it still doesn't work. The needles on the front don't even move. I know Windows sees something is there as the unit blinks it's red lights at me like crazy until I install the drivers. Then the red lights stop and it just stares at me dead. I have done all the line 6 monkey stuff, which is just a mess. Using Monkey to install drivers or manually doesn't help. Plus Monkey will not let me download PodFarm.. it only lists PodFarm 2.5 which I don't own. Yet even in trial mode that didn't work. So here I am. I have no choice but to change computers and the only OS on these computers is Windows 10. Am I just screwed? I have a great piece of hardware that works fine on outdated OSes.
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