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Hey everybody! I just got an HX stomp in my home studio for all my guitar and bass recording needs. I'm wondering if I can somehow setup a patch to have my wet signal go out the left output and to have a dry DI signal out the right output or vice versa? I know I can do that if I use the HX stomp as my interface but I'd rather not do that. I don't care if I'm wasting blocks because I tend to use very minimal patches. Thanks!
Hi All, Basically what i'm after is to be able to record 3x wet signals at the same time via a suitable audio interface into my DAW. Set up consists of a pod hd 500, Yamaha digital piano & electric drum kit. The main issue i've encounted while searching for a suitable interface is the lack of line inputs. I was looking at the Focusrite 6i6 as it's in my price range, but I was unsure how i'd connect all 3 instruments? I'd planned on running the pod hd500 in to the interface via the XLR Out on the pod to the line input of the audio interface (via XLR to TRS 1/4) here is the problem... the research I've done also recommends connecting the digital piano via the same set up (R ----- L\+R out to audio interface line input) & i'd like to run the same type of connection to the electric kit... Is this as simple as me having to fork out the extra cash for a higher end audio interface, or can I run these 3 instruments via a different set up into the audio interface? I'd even be happy being able to record 2 wet signals at once. Any assistance would be appreciated. Thanks :)
Hello, IÂ´m user of POD 2.0 and I usually record the songs using line in (analog input) of my pc. Therefore, IÂ´m using my Realtek integrated soundcard to convert it to digital signal. I try to improve audio quality of my records and IÂ´m looking for an audio interface to connect POD 2.0 and then to USB port of my pc. Audio interfaces uses directly the signal of my electric guitar as input signal and I think that POD 2.0 has a different output signal compared with my guitar (I think POD 2.0 has a strong signal output). Then, Why type of audio interface is it recomended? Can I use POD 2.0 output signal as input of the audio interface? Thank you
Before I start to throw my MacBook into the wall along with everything else, I thought I would just try and pose my question here since nothing I have read seems to work or is the same problem I have, just similar. I am running a MacBook Pro 2010 with Yosemite I have GearBox installed Garageband installed I can plug my UX2 via USB and it shows power however it is not recognized anywhere. Gearbox gives me a flashing USB, Garageband shows nothing and if I open Line6 Monkey for updates it shows I have a POD xt (Unless this is another name for UX2 than I don't own one) There is no option for TonePort on any program I use. Even if I try updates in monkey(though I have to choose POD xt as the device as it is the only choice) , it says I can't connect to the internet, which I obviously can. I have uninstalled and reinstalled multiple times with the same outcome. I have an older Mac that runs on the old Power PC processor which it runs perfectly fine on, but there is no need to clutter my workspace with yet another computer.... My USB's work fine for any other device I plug in. I have installed this device on 2 windows machines and 1 Mac and have never had any issues so what am I missing? Is there a compatibility issue with Yosemite?