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Everything posted by cristt

  1. oh well... maybe corrupted download? try downloading again and install?
  2. on windows 10, audio control panel, if you double click a device (you should find the pog go) it opens up a window with various tabs, one it's "advanced": in it you find a box like "allow applications to get exclusive access of the device" (sorry but my system is in italian!). Try check and uncheck it and see if it changes something.
  3. cristt

    FRFR speaker

    Uhm technically I think you can, even thought I don't get what type of cable inputs are those two gold adapters, maybe it's like a 3 wires cable. So you should get a shielded cable with a TRS jack (coming from the pod go main out) and then you enter with the 3 wires to your speaker, but I don't know if you need a sort of adapter or something. Btw those are like hi-fi speakers, so they are full range but not really flat sounding studio monitors, so you'll do get a coloration from those.
  4. no problem @knulp! as for the other question, it's kind of strange. Just keep in mind the general rule, that if you put a mono "thing" after a stereo "thing", you'll get a mono signal. So if your fx loop is set stereo, you shouldn't have problems.
  5. yeah I use reaper and I also get that kind of "stand by" mute sound if I use another audio application. but I suspect is more of a windows thing; I have a vague remembering that you can avoid that... in windows there's an option that goes like "allow programs to take control of the audio device" or something... I would give it a shot. Thank you for the asio4all thing advice, didn't know it was old school!
  6. I don't think it's such a problem. If every pedal has stereo ins and outs, just connect a standard mono cable from left out to the left in of the next pedal, and same for right channel. And then back with the y cable from the outs of the last pedal to the fx return of the pod go. Doesn't that make sense?
  7. if you hit "asio configuration" does the asio line6 panel show up? I don't know much what you'd need to solve this, other than the typical shutdown pod go, turn it on again and retry. You may try also with the asio4all generic asio drivers. And maybe download another free/trial daw just to see if it's reaper related problem or indipendant from the software.
  8. Uhm asio drivers are always a little finicky. Seems like the driver is busy by another application, try to kill all the (background) apps thay may be using audio. Are you on windows or mac?
  9. Also, be sure you are in the factory preset folder. Maybe by chance you are browsing the user folder (empty by default).
  10. could be. but if you reassign the exp pedal to a parameter (volume or wah) does it work?
  11. keep in mind that if you put your cab simulation after the stereo fx, you'll get a mono signal anyway. put you fx loop after the cab.
  12. usb issues do happen unfortunatly. Tipically might be because of your host system (your computer). First don't connect to a usb hub, connect directly to a usb on the computer (preferabily the ones on the back of the pc if it's a desktop). Try also another usb port if available. And on the laptops disable the usb energy saving.
  13. ahah, well...on that zoom pedal in the video, the ms1959 amp correspond to a marshall plexi, and the overdrive to a boss od-1. So select the amp "brit plexi jump" on the pod go and also put in the overdrive pedal, try with the "deez one mod" model. Adjust parameters to taste.
  14. Yes I would quote voxman55, do and upgrade and reset to factory. btw by saying pod go app you say pod go edit software I guess? If you connect the pod go to the computer and open up the software, by moving the exp pedal you should see the volume/wah parameter go up and down, selecting the volume/wah block. See if it is so.
  15. I've responded you on the other thread you've opened. You actually can do both, set cab sim on the powercab and off on the pod go, or vice versa. I'd go with the second option so you get more flexibility. So check the other thread...
  16. Don't know exactly how the powercab works, however you should set it flat FRFR with no speaker cab/IR activated. Then on the pod go set your patch with amp+cab/IR modeling and connect it to the powercab via main out or amp out (the latter being set as main out in global settings). just found this post that might help: Powercab x12+ has three modes Flat Mode - has three voicings that select the final post-processing EQ and crossover settings for the speaker system. XLR out is the same as the Powercab input (for all voicings) FRFR - Uses the high-frequency compression driver with a flattened frequency-response EQ for full-range operation. The tweeter is on, XLR out is the same as the Powercab input. Use when cab or IR models are provided before the Powercab input.Good for acoustic instruments. LF Raw - Uses only the woofer with no EQ applied, allowing Powercab to be utilized like a typical 12" guitar speaker. Tweeter is off. Use with no IR or cab processing at the input. LF Flat - Uses only the woofer with a flattened frequency response EQ. This voicing is used as the normalized basis for the Speaker models. Essentially each Speaker model is an EQ added to LF Flat that reproduces the sound of the modeled speaker. Tweeter is off. Use this for a different guitar speaker sound. Speaker - each speaker model adds EQ to to the to the LF Flat basis to reproduce the sound of the speaker model. XLR output is a cab model that matches the speaker model, and includes a mic model. Tweeter is always off. This is probably the mode that leverages the unique features of Powercab the most to provide the amp in the room sound. It is actually a guitar speaker in the room with no mic model. Use with no IR or cab processing at the input. IR - uses IRs on the Flat/FRFR voicing for additional speaker selections. XLR output includes the IR processing. The tweeter is always on. Use with no IR or cab processing at the input.
  17. Seems like some sort of power interference. What do you mean when using an amp? Try to use the amp-out connection set like the main out signal (in global options) and see if it does the same. Try also with headphones.
  18. Yes, just install pod go edit software, connect the pod go and that would take care of the update.
  19. yes you need what's called an "insert" cable. it's just a Y cable, stereo jack to the pod go and two mono to the fx. for both send and return of course. then set your loop as stereo. should work actually.
  20. Yes it's already known to be a little akward. You can submit product ideas here:
  21. You are right. Looper is just a regular block. You need to have it on your signal chain for each preset where you need it.
  22. You can always hit the mode/exit switch and get back to preset mode to change presets. If you need to change preset when in looper "view" (stomp mode) if you use the 6 switch looper I'd say that the only chance you have is to get an external double switch and set it to change presets. So, you may use the 1 switch looper and set the 4 switch optional in order to have on your left the two switches too change patch. Keep in mind that anyway the looper would stop if you change preset and in that preset there's no looper block.
  23. A normal audio/instrument cable would be fine, no need to get a speaker cable. I think you should retain the stereo path for all the cable and adapter. So your click in adapter would be fine but evidently it has a stereo/mono mismatch. First off your audio cable (from the imac) should be stereo (with the two black stripes on the jack) both sides. Like this one Then you'll need a stero adapter from minijack to jack, like the headphones adapters, like this oneÅMÅŽÕÑ&dchild=1&keywords=adattatore+minijack+stereo+a+jack+stereo&qid=1600000941&s=electronics&sr=1-2 And please line 6 gurus here correct me if I'm wrong.
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