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  1. Hi everybody, I would like to know if the Toneport GX only input is mono or stereo, I'm likely to think that it is mono but I'm not sure at all. Thanks in advance for your answers!
  2. Hi. Recently my Spider II 75 amp head has not been making any sound when the guitar is plugged in. I have checked the cab with another head and the cab is working fine. I've also ruled out the possiblity of it being a problem with leads/guitars etc. The lights on the head work fine and it plays music when i plug an mp3 player into the mp3 input, however when i plug the guitar in it wont make any sound. I've taken the head part apart and there doesnt seem to be any obvious problems inside. Anyone have any ideas what this could be?
  3. I am hoping that someone can help me. I've had an HD500 for awhile now and have only just tried to use it with my old midi controller (Yamaha MFC10), and can't for the life of me get it at all to change presets on the POD. I am beginning to think that the midi input just doesn't work on the POD and never has (faulty), unless someone can tell me that there is some sort of hidden setup required to enable me to do this. All I want to be able to do is change the presets on the current setist. From what I can gather, it should be as simple as patch 0 = 1A, patch 1 = 1B, patch 2 = 2B etc. I also believe that it should be done using midi program changes = 0, 1, 2, etc, you only need midi CC's to change the setlist. I have even tried connecting the Yamaha to the POD, and then using the thru on the POD to connect to some other external midi devices to see if it is taking the signal and passing it on and it isn't. The cable and floor controller are fine when I plug it into other rack gear. I've checked midi channels (I believe the POD is supposed to receive on channel one) Using the POD as a midi controller is fine, the midi out works correctly I have updated the HD500 to the latest firmware and still the same. The reason I want to do the above is the lack of midi control from the POD. I want to sit my POD on top of my rack and control it and other rack gear from a dedictated midi controller so I can do more complicated switching for the other rack gear that can't be achieved using the POD as a midi controller. Many thanks
  4. What is the input impedance of the Line 6 Floor Pod Plus? I've built a preamp for some piezoelectric pickups I have, and while it certainly helps when plugged straight into an amp, it doesn't seem to affect the sound (beyond volume) plugged into my pod. I'm curious if I can just omit the preamp, or if something else in my chain is causing me to miss a difference in sound. Thanks in advance!
  5. are the 2 inputs abailable independently? there are some apps, like "loopy", that will detect interfaces with two or more inputs, and make each of them abailable and selectable inside the app. so you could plug your instrument in 1/4", and the voice or another instrument in the 1/8" input and select what of them to record. i know the 1/4" and the 1/8" outputs are mirrored and the same. but i suppose the inputs are abailable independently. am i right? if so i would buy it. thanks a lot www.eccecello.com
  6. If I change the input to MIC and then change the patch, the HD500 reverts back to the guitar input. Seems that the input is set per-patch and not globallt. This sucks big time for me as I would like to quickly test a bunch of presets with my mic and currently there is no way to do this other than go to the I/O page for each and every patch! Is there a way to enable the MIC globally? Thanks!
  7. In order to get a feel for the signal levels suitable for the HD500, I've made a few measurements of the gains available from the different inputs to the various outputs. I've also measured the gain of all the FX. A small Excel spreadsheet containing the data can be found here (unfortunately, I can only upload a PDF version of the data, which I've done here). A brief summary is shown below: All measurements were made at 1kHz with Master Volume = max, S/PDIF gain = 0dB, and Input2 = Variax (although this didn't make any difference because I had Inputs 1 & 2 panned hard Left/Right). Guitar input pad = -5.2dB compared to normal. 1/4" (line) output has 6.1dB more signal than 1/4" (amp). Aux & Guitar (normal) have the same gain structure (except Guitar has programmable input impedance). Guitar (normal) input to 1/4"(amp) output has 4.9dB of loss with no FX, no Amp, and Mixer = 0dB. Compared to 1/4" (amp) output, the XLR output is 9.4dB less while the phone output is 15.4dB more. Compared to the Aux/Guitar(normal) input, Mic (min gain) has 6.2dB less gain while Mic (max gain) has 38dB more gain. Aux/Guitar(normal) input clips at 0dBFS (measured at S/PDIF) with 8.3Vpp Mic (min gain) input clips at -1.1dBFS (measured at S/PDIF) with 14Vpp Mic (max gain) input clips at -1.1dBFS (measured at S/PDIF) with 91mVpp CD/MP3 input clips at various levels near 20Vpp, depending on which output is used (XLR, 1/4", or Phones) By far most of the FX have 0dB of gain, but there are several exceptions (e.g., Graphic EQ = 2.9dB, Tape Echo = -5dB, and others). FX were measured with Mix=0% (to eliminate comb filtering effects) and Gain=0dB (usually). The PDF files contain the whole list. Using some of this data you can see the clip level is essentially set by digital clipping, although the mic input stage only gets you to within 1.1dB of fullscale (close enough to call it fullscale in my opinion). The output stages will not get close to their clip levels (unless you use the CD/MP3 input which bypasses the digital engine). That is, it's sufficient to look at the S/PDIF signal to keep your signal below fullscale. You don't have to worry about clipping the input stages. You also don't have to worry about clipping the analog output stages. I hope you find this useful in optimizing the setup of your equipment. IO Gain.pdf FX Gain.pdf
  8. Q: I plugged my CD/MP3 Player output to the input jack on my Line 6 amplifier and I am not getting any sound? A:Please confirm that the cable(s) and MP3/CD player are functional outside of working with your amplifier. Be aware that many Line 6 products need to have a 1/4" jack in the instrument input, or the audio send to the speaker will be disabled. A 1/4" to 3.5mm (1/8") adapter tends to work well in this application. Q: Will there be effects on what I plug into the CD/MP3 input? A: The CD/MP3 input routes directly to the speaker, meaning none of the controls affect the signal you feed it. Q: The volume from my CD/MP3 Player is much different than my amplifier preset? A: The volume output of the CD/MP3 Player is determined by the external audio device on most Line 6 amplifiers. Please use the control on the CD/MP3 Player to determine the output volume. Q: My external audio device (i.e. CD/MP3 player) has a different type of audio connected than the 3.5mm jack on my Line 6 unit. How can I get it to work? A: Your output need need to be routed down to a 3.5mm (1/8") jack to be input to the Line 6 unit. Please obtain the appropriate cable and/or adapters to route the audio correctly.
  9. English: The most common reason you would get no sound from your microphone is that you do not have the "Source Select" drop down menu set to Mic 1. This is located in the upper left hand corner of Gearbox (middle of the POD Farm application window, to the right of the "MUTE" button). If you own a TonePort UX1 and have selected Mic 1 and you still get no sound, your microphone may require Phantom Power. UX1's do not provide Phantom Power to the XLR port. Only UX2's, KB37's and UX8's have this feature. Français: La raison la plus commune pourquoi vous ne recevez aucun son de votre micro, est parce que vous n’avez pas sélectionné Mic 1 dans le menu « Source Select ». Ce menu est en supérieur gauche de votre logiciel Gearbox (en milieu de l’application POD Farm ç droite du bouton « MUTE »). Si vous avez un TonePort UX1 et vous avez sélecté Mic 1 mais vous n’avez aucun son, c’est possible que votre micro a besoin d’alimentation fantôme. L’UX1 n’as pas d’alimentation fantôme sur le connecteur XLR. L’UX2, KB37 et UX8 disposent de cette fonction. Deutsch: Der häufigste Grund, dass Sie keinen Ton vom Mikrofon bekommen ist, dass Sie im Source Select Menu nicht Mic 1 gewählt haben. Die Funktion können Sie oben rechts in Ihrer Gearbox Software finden (in der Mitte der POD Farm Software, rechts neben dem MUTE Knopf). Wenn Sie ein TonePort UX1 haben und Source Select auf Mic 1 steht aber Sie trotzdem keinen Ton bekommen, kann es auch sein dass Ihr Mikrofon eine Phantomspeisung benötigt. Das UX1 hat leider keine Phantomspeisung auf dem XLR Anschluss. Nur das UX2, KB37 und UX8 haben diese Funktion.
  10. Please use the directions below in order to record two inputs from a TonePort/POD Studio UX1/UX2 USB device from POD Farm simultaneously: In POD Farm: Create a dual tone input in POD Farm (i.e. Mic 1 & 2, Line 1 & 2, Inst & Mic, etc). In Your DAW (Recording Application- we will use Ableton Live Lite as our example): Go to "Options/Preferences". Click on "Input Config" at the bottom. Make sure that all of the selections are green in "Input Config" and "Output Config". If they are not, click on them so they appear as green and click OK. Create two audio tracks. On each track you will see "Audio From". Make sure that says "Ext. In". In track one select "1/2". For track two choose "3/4". Now the mic will be recorded on one track and your guitar will be recorded on the other. To arm both tracks for recording, please hold control and then click on the "Arm" button. For more detailed info, please watch the online video at Ableton's website here: http://cdn1.ableton.com/movies/recording_audio.mov For GarageBand: First, ensure that you have a DUAL Tone setup in POD Farm. In the [MIXER] Section of POD Farm, ensure that REC SEND: UX2 1-2 is set to “Tone 1 (Instrument)” and REC SEND: UX2 3-4 is set to “Tone 2 (Microphone 1)”. In GarageBand: Input Source for INST 1 (GarageBand Track) must be set to Stereo 1 / 2 (UX2) Input Source for MIC 1 (GarageBand Track) must be set to: Stereo 3 / 4 (UX2). Now you should be able to record both input sources simultaneously in GarageBand.
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