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Triryche

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  1. Triryche's post in Stompbox mode? was marked as the answer   
    Currently there is not.
  2. Triryche's post in Trade? was marked as the answer   
    If I didn't already have an HD I would trade.
     
    Which side of the fence are you on?
  3. Triryche's post in Where are mic preamps to run phantom power into condenser mic (UX1)? was marked as the answer   
    The UX1 does not have phantom power (the UX2 does).
     
    To use a condenser mic you will need an interface with phantom power, like the UX2, or use a separate mic preamp that has phantom power.
  4. Triryche's post in Seeking Condenser Mic recommendations for POD Studio UX1 was marked as the answer   
    No condenser mic will work directly with the UX1 because the UX1 does not have phantom power.
     
    You could use a mic preamp with phantom power and run that into the UX1.
  5. Triryche's post in How to Record 2 separate tracks on Reaper at the same time? was marked as the answer   
    You are almost there..
     
    In Reaper for Audio system select ASIO.
     
    Then the Input Device options should change to ASIO Driver.
     
    Then under Enable inputs select first 1:send 1 ---- lasts 4:send 4
     
    Finally under Output range select first 1: Output 1 ---- last 4: Output 4 2: Output 2
     
    Now when you arm a track to you should have the appropriate ins available.
     
    Your monitoring solution (Powered speakers/monitors and/or headphone) should be connect directly to the UX.
  6. Triryche's post in Are FX100 effects & amps from the X3 series ? was marked as the answer   
    +1 to Silverhead
     
    It's pretty much the same sound engine as POD Farm/X3.
     
    Currently the FX100 does not have all the models/effects from the X3.
     
    Cool thing with the AMPLIFi is you can have more than one of the same type of stomp/effect in your chain.
  7. Triryche's post in Connecting Other Processors/modelers To Amplifi was marked as the answer   
    All 5 speakers are always on. Crossovers determine which frequency range goes to which speakers.
     
    The guitar in is expecting an Instrument Level signal, the aux-in is Line Level, so for processors you will definitely want to use the aux in.
    Also, the aux is stereo in, the guitar-in is mono.
     
    For regular stomp boxes you would use the guitar in.
     
    Hope that helps.
  8. Triryche's post in Pod Hd300 Speakers was marked as the answer   
    For your bedroom XLR vs 1/4" really doesn't matter, it's more of an issue if your are running cables longer distances.
    XLR is technically better, assuming the monitor has balanced inputs, but for you bedroon you would not here the difference.
     
    I would definitely get a pair active monitors, especially if you use stereo effects.
    I have not personal experience with the monitors you listed, but either of those look decent for 5" drivers, they're both bi-amped, so that's a good.
    Also, I would personally go with an 8" driver if you can afford it, especially if you plan on eventually recording and mixing. (you will thank yourself later ;))
    These are 8" instead of 5", and M-Audio has a decent repudiation.
    http://www.thomann.de/gr/m_audio_bx8_d2.htm
  9. Triryche's post in Distortion Differences was marked as the answer   
    There is an updated version  of the app, I would install it, and make sure your AMPLIFi has the most recent firmware.
     
    The only other thing I can think of is if it is changing from tone matching, I doubt that's your issue, just throwing it out there.
  10. Triryche's post in Studio Gx Keeps Freezing was marked as the answer   
    Is this a new POD Studio GX (black faced) your purchased?
     
    How are you monitoring the GX?
     
    Have you tried a new USB cable?
     
    Have you tried all USB ports?
     
    Here is a USB Troubleshooting guide (I know, there's a lot in there)
    http://line6.com/support/page/kb/_/computer-based-recording/computer-audio-set-up-and-troubleshooting/usb-audio-troubleshooting-r443
     
    You can also submit a support ticket.
    http://line6.com/support/tickets/
     
    If you do, please fill out you support profile.
    http://line6.com/account/supportprofile/
  11. Triryche's post in Model Pack Problem was marked as the answer   
    Typically they will not refund an i-Lok purchase.
     
    But you could call to see if they will work something out.
     
    Other wise you can return the Metal Shop within 30 days and upgrade to POD Farm 2 Platinum, which has all the model packs.
     
    Also, i-Lok is the plug-in only, where as the hardware independent version is stand alone and plug-in.
  12. Triryche's post in How Could I Get My Old Presets Back? was marked as the answer   
    If you backed them up as a bundle, then you can send the entire bundle to you PODxt.with Gearbox with the" bundle---> POD" button.
     
    You can also load a bundle into Gearbox by double clicking the bundle file (left side)
    Then on the right side double click the tones folder under the POD window.
    Then click a slot you want to over write (right side POD window).
    Double click a tone (on the left) to load it into Gearbox, then click the "selected --->POD" button.
  13. Triryche's post in Ux1 Mic & Instrument Input Simultaneously Outside Of Daw? was marked as the answer   
    Not sure where thew short cut the Line6 Audio-MIDI devices is in Win8, maybe under apps? But there should be a Line6 folder.
     
    In POD Farm there should be a Dual button towards the top.
  14. Triryche's post in Ux1 Pops&clicks On New Pc was marked as the answer   
    If you run Monkey you have green ticks for everything?
     
    Also, try a native USB 2.0 port (actually try al your ports). Even though 3.0 is backwards compatible, some chipsets are buggy with some 2.0 devices.
  15. Triryche's post in No Sound Keyboard Pod Studio Kb37 was marked as the answer   
    You need to route the midi from the KB37 to some sort of sound bank / virtual instrument.
    The KB37 key board is a  MIDI controler. I think it comes with reason limited, which I belive has some virtual instruments.
  16. Triryche's post in Newbie Needs Help! was marked as the answer   
    You can use the hardware independent POD Farm 2.5 on up to 4 computer/devices simultaneously.
    There is a lifetime limit of 10 authorizations.
    But if you use up all ten you can call Line6 or open a support ticket and they typically will reset this for you.
  17. Triryche's post in Sound At The Background (even Though I Didn't Click On Monitoring Button) was marked as the answer   
    Yes, you should hear your guitar playing regardless of what software is or isn't running.
  18. Triryche's post in Line 6 Pod Xt - Line 6 Pod Ux1 - Garage Band was marked as the answer   
    Why do you want to run the PODxt into the UX1?
     
    You are adding an extra D/A to A/D conversion that is not needed.
     
    You should be able to use the PODxt directly to GB via USB.
     
    Also, which ever interface you are using (PODxt or UX1), you need to connect your speakers directly to it.
  19. Triryche's post in Where Is The Second Input? was marked as the answer   
    There is no second input.
     
    You have 2 in's going to your DAW because the PODxt L can send stereo.
  20. Triryche's post in Pod Farm Live was marked as the answer   
    You would use the analog outs.
     
    But the algorithms for PF 2.5 are the same as PF 1, but you do get a more flexible signal chain (up to 10 effects in any order per chain, total of 20).
     
    To Zaps point, with an xt or X3, you don't have to worry about computer glitches.
  21. Triryche's post in Toneport Gx Input Level was marked as the answer   
    Yes you can clip the input, and what you are doing already with an external stomp or guitar's volume are probably the easiest remedies.
     
    But if you do not hear any clipping in your recordings, I wouldn't worry about it.
     
    If you capture a dry signal in your DAW you ,might be able to tell by the wave form.
     
    btw, POD Farm doesn't have any input faders, unless you are referring to the plug-in, but the plug-in.
  22. Triryche's post in Connecting A Floor Pod Plus To An Amp was marked as the answer   
    I doubt you offended anybody, and I'm sure plenty of people have connected their FPP into their Spider Valve II, they just aren't frequenting the forums.
    And like Zap I have no experience with your specific setup.
     
    Does the Spider Valve II have an effects loop?
    Can you disable AMP/CAB sims on the FPP?
     
    If so you could try throwing the FPP in the effect loop, this would bypass the SV's preamp.
     
    Or you could try and dial in the cleanest most neutral flat setting on the amp.
  23. Triryche's post in Pod Hd Desktop Knob Broke was marked as the answer   
    You should be able to rename the patches in HD Edit and then send them to the POD HD.
  24. Triryche's post in What Cable To Connect Pod 2.0 To Sound Card was marked as the answer   
    You can use the L/R analog outs with a 2 1/4" mono (TS) to 1/8" stereo (TRS) like this: (IMHO best option)
     
    http://www.amazon.com/Hosa-CMP153-Cable-Inch-Dual/dp/B000068O3C
     
    Or the headphone out with a 1/4" (TRS) to 1/8" (TRS) cable like this:
     
    http://www.zzounds.com/item--HOSCMS1
     
    Or the headphone out with a balanced 1/4" (TRS) cable with a stereo 1/4" to 1/8 adapter.
     
    TS = Tip Sleeve
    TRS = Tip Ring Sleeve
  25. Triryche's post in Ux2 Not Recognised By Mac Or Gearbox was marked as the answer   
    Try downloading POD Farm 1.12, it replaces Gearbox.
     
    Monkey is utility to assist in updating the UX.
     
    Drivers are necessary for the UX to communicate with your Mac.
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