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    Pod Go Mono Output

    You can also designate the AMP out as a Main and it will be mono.
  2. try using the AMP out to go back to the marshall FX return....Check that it has been setup in the System settings as PRE/IR...This will give you the split so that you can have an IR on the main outs but not on your marshall.
  3. factory patches should work like you describe...follow what voxmann55 has posted...You could try backing it up and rebooting back to factory before you flash it to the newest just to see if it gets you back...If it does, then it might be that you whacked something in the pedal assignment....There is a bug there that 1.21 fixes, so maybe that is a contributing factor....or maybe you were just playing with you guitar strap adjusted to high?...jk...google Paul Gilbert Public Service Announcement if that doesn't make sense.
  4. LOL! What about, "This is great! But where's my sandwich??!!"
  5. No, I actually mean channel volume. You are right, the signal to post/downstream FX would be increased or reduced. The mix of those FX is not affected. But you are right, with some FX there could be a subtle response change...I think primarily of Tape Echo where there is some saturation. In that case, you might need to do something downstream to compensate. My main point in mentioning the channel volume is that it does not tonally affect the amp model...
  6. Channel Volume has no effect. Neither does the POD volume knob. The volume setting that affects tone is in the AMP Block and is called Master...With most amps that have it, the amount of saturation will increase with it turned up...It does affect the volume a little bit, but the tone changes with it...You are getting into an area of psycho-acoustics if you are trying to preserve some sort of notion of perceived loudness at a low playback level (SPL)....If you know what your min an max SPL is approximately, you could got thru the patches and rebalance them by reducing the channel volume only....This would give you more play in POD volume knob and less MAX potential...It take some time to do this and a lot of back and forth to get things leveled.
  7. it's doable....You need to set the AMP OUT to PRE/IR. Do not turn off the CAB/IR block wire up GTR->GO GTR Input GO FX Send-> AMP GTR Input AMP FX Send->GO FX RTN GO AMP OUT->AMP FX Return You may want to put the CAB/IR block at the very end of the chain if you want post FX in both the FRFR and the AMP...If not, just put whatever FX you want only in the FRFR after the CAB/IR block...Good luck.
  8. I only use the stock cabs...The SVT cab is great IMO. Less is more...compression is just there for when you dig in IMO...I typically don't use a compressor in my patch. If I do, it's first in the chain and typically just getting the peaks off...More limiting that compression...but not much, just for the slaps and such. work on making your bas playable...maybe the truss rod is out of adjustment...get the action nice...use light strings. You don't need huge strings for great tone...good luck.
  9. Yes, the Main outs are actually balanced, so you could just get a TRS->XLR adapter....or use a direct box with a TS patch cord...either way will work fine. You could use the AMP Out to feed FOH also...just set the Global setting to Main if you do. That's an unbalanced out so you need a direct box if you use that one.
  10. I spin up my own...The SVT Nrm and SVT Brt are basically the only two I need 99% of the time. I do love using the Bassman here and there....I use a little distortion at times, octave higher to sim an 8 or 10 string and maybe a modulation here or there. I'm pretty simple when it comes to bass tones. Less is more when it comes to bass IMO. I would suggest you start with the amp alone...take a patch and turn all of the FX off minus the AMP and cab....Start going thru the amps alone and you should hopefully find the ones that work best for you. Get that raw tone where you really like it and it super solid on it's own...As long as you bass has decent pickups and is setup decently you should be able to get some great tones out of it...After that, move on to the FX....Trying to do it all at once is chaotic and too complex...take it step by step...You will learn how the tweak the GO from the bottom up and find what really works for your situation.
  11. Yes, configure the FX Loop to be AUX IN in the global settings and use the FX returns for your back track.
  12. I use the GO for bass quite a lot and it works great for me. It replaced the POD HD Desktop I have been using for many years now. Parallel routing is really nice and something the HD does that the GO does NOT do. The HX Stomp can do this also and a dry path is nice to have...The GO is a single chain path. However, you can configure the AMP out to be a Main Out....This is a split and not parallel. If you are going ampless, you don't really need parallel imo. I use an FRFR monitor when I play live...I generally have the PA take DI off the Main out and run the AMP out to my monitor....Works a bit better for live than the HD as it did...What is really nice is that when I have done gigs with provided backline, I just change the AMP out to PRE/IR on the GO and run the AMP OUT into the provided bass amp...typically the power amp in or the FX return depending on what it is...In my patches I put the IR block at the end of the chain so that I get FX in both the AMP out and the MAIN and I don't need separate patches...The few times I needed to do some correction on the provided amp I just ran it into the front and used the tonestack to make the modest corrections...good luck.
  13. Depends on what your tools are...For me, I would download the video, extract the audio track, create a project in Reaper, import the extracted audio and then record my tracks shooting video at the same time....After I mixed it down, I would use iMovie or Sony Vegas to put the audio & video together and do the video render...Just depends if I was using my PC or Mac for which video software I would use to render the video. All you do is line up the audio from the camera to the rendered audio, then delete the camera audio...
  14. Your best bet would be to download the video first and put it into your DAW. That way you can use the GO as the audio device and the playback is controlled in your DAW. You might need a format converter depending on your DAW....Worst case, you extract the audio. good luck.
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