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  1. Once you have installed Line 6 Monkey and the applicable drivers for your Line 6 device, you will be able to assign your USB capable device as the sound card for your computer. See the following instructions for assigning your Line 6 device as a sound card for your Windows Vista Operating System: 1) Select the "start menu" and select "Control Panel". 2) Select "Classic View" if not already selected, then select "Sound". 3) Select the playback tab, then select your Line 6 device (this example uses a Toneport UX-1), then select "Set Default". 4) Select the Recording tab, select your Line 6 device (this example uses a Toneport UX-1), then select "set as default" (if applicable). Then select "OK". 5) Close the window. Be sure that your speakers and/or headphones are connected to your Line 6 device (rather than the computer's sound card).
  2. Once you have installed Line 6 Monkey and the applicable drivers for your Line 6 device, you will be able to assign your USB capable device as the sound card for your computer. See the following instructions for assigning your Line 6 device as a sound card for your Windows XP Operating System: 1) Select the "start menu". 2) select "Control Panel". 3a) If you Control Panel looks like this, select "Switch to Classic View". 3b) Select "Sound and Audio Devices". 4) Select the center tab labeled "Audio". 5) Select your Line 6 device in the Sound Playback dropdown menu (This example uses the Guitarport). 6) Select your Line 6 device in the Sound Recording dropdown menu (This example uses the Guitarport). 7) Select "Apply". 8) Close the window.? Be sure that your speakers and/or headphones are connected to your Line 6 device (rather than the computer's sound card).
  3. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: We're sad to say that GuitarPort Online is no longer accepting new subscriptions, and will be closing its doors on July 31st, 2012. Why is GuitarPort going away? Since the release of GuitarPort Online, many other companies have started offering downloadable music that can be used for practicing and jamming. This competition challenged our business model, and we have come to the unfortunate conclusion that we can no longer maintain GuitarPort Online according to our high standards. To help you continue enjoying your favorite content, we have moved the lessons over to Spider Online and given you a complimentary subscription to this site. We're also happy to give you the POD Farm 2.5 plug-in (a $99 value), which delivers a collection of classic amps, cabs and effects to complement your GuitarPort hardware. Details Annual Subscriptions Annual subscriptions received a prorated refund for the remaining unused time of what was paid for the full year. Saved Jam Tracks If you have GuitarPort Online jam tracks saved to your computer, they expired after July 31st, 2012, and you will not be able to use them any longer. Hardware Line 6 will continue supporting your GuitarPort hardware until September 2014, so keep on rocking with the included guitar amp and cab models, stompboxes and studio effects. Your GuitarPort is still useful as an audio interface. Getting more out of your GuitarPort device 1. The GuitarPort is a USB audio input/output (I/O) interface. It handles both the input of your guitar into the computer AND processed amp/effect modeling tones. You need to connect your headphones or powered computer speakers into the 1/8" or RCA output jacks of the GuitarPort to hear its output. 2. The amp/effects modelling occurs in our software applications, GearBox 3.72 and POD Farm 2.5, both available at Use the "Software" category down-arrow and select the desired software installer from the drop-down list. GearBox: Amp/Effects Modelling. Was also the Line 6 GuitarPort Online (GPO) subscription service software interface. POD Farm: Amp/Effects Modelling. Dual Tone path processing feature. Functions in standalone mode only with the GuitarPort hardware device. 3. The GuitarPort device can be used as an interface with most recording programs. Reaper (, Audacity ( and Riffworks T4 ( are a few you can try for free.
  4. Q: I am making a replacement cable for my Line 6 wireless unit - How should I wire the cable? A: Here is the wiring from the 1/8" TRS jack to the 1/4" mono plug: Tip and Sleeve from the 1/8" jack go to the 1/4" Sleeve (ground), the Ring on the 1/8" TRS jack goes to the Tip (Hot) of the 1/4" jack. Q: Is there any way to make an external antenna for the XDS95 or is it even necessary? A: The antennae are built into the chassis of the XDS95 and perform quite well. Therefore there is no need for external antennae. Q: The belt clip seems to easily fall off my strap with the slightest jumping around. How can I avoid this? A: Thin straps are typically the culprit. Weaving your guitar strap through the clip will help to ensure a secure fit. Q: I would like to buy multiple transmitters. Where can I find them? A: Please see a list of our dealers on our authorized dealers page. Any of our dealers can order additional available accessories if they are out of stock. Q: Do you offer replacement and or extra cables? Do you also offer an angled plugged cable? A: See the following link for the replacement cable on the Line 6 webstore: Line 6 Store: X2 Replacement Cable X2 Digital Wireless Systems & componants System Comparison Chart XDS95: XDR1 + XDT1 XDS-PLUS: XDR2 + XDT4 XDR95x: XDR4 + XDT4 XDR952: Omni Lav Mic XDR953: Headset Mic XDR954: Cardiod Lav Mic XDR955: Handheld Mic XDR957: Horn Mic XDR vs XDS Mode -In XDR the Q-diversity Plus feature is active to minmize signal dropouts as well as to provide a better frequency response: 10 Hz - 20 kHz +/- .5 dB -In XDS mode the frequency response is 10hz - 12khz
  5. For those getting started with a POD Studio GX/UX1/UX2 device and following through the Ableton Live Lite 7 tutorial, there has been some inquiries of confusion regarding page 5/12 in the starting tutorial. There is reference to the Line 6 Audio-MIDI Controller Mapping preferences menu page; if you continue reading down the tutorial, you'll see that this particular section refers to setting up a Line 6 KB37 (UX2 + MIDI keyboard controller) for Ableton MIDI CC mapping assignment. The POD Studio GX/UX1/UX2 is not a MIDI controller device whatsoever; the only two parameters that appear in the Audio-MIDI menu are for Footswitch 1 & 2 assignments only. The inclusion of this content is specific to KB37 owners wishing to try out Live Lite 7. We apologize for any confusion in the documentation to POD Studio GX/UX1/UX2 new users.
  6. Before we get into defining "Platinum", it's important to know that POD Farm comes in two distinct flavors: 1. As a plug in tied to a Line 6 device OR 2. As a plug in tied to an iLok key The difference between POD Farm and POD Farm Platinum, regardless of which type of device the license is tied to, is simply the number of amp, cab, and FX models available in the plug-in. POD Farm includes a limited number of models PLUS any models your Line 6 device contains from buying model packs, while POD Farm Platinum includes ALL Line6 models ever made to date. You may be asking "What does this mean"? Let's look at some examples: If you have a POD XTL and you own all of the Line 6 model packs (Power Pack, Metal Shop, FX Junkie, Collector Classics, and the Bass Expansion Pack), then you will have an equivalent model set to what's included in POD Farm Platinum. If you have a POD XTL loaded with only the Collectors Classic pack and you upgrade to POD Farm plug in, you will not have an equivalent model set to POD Farm Platinum, but the models from the Collector Classic Pack will be available in POD Farm. If you have an POD X3 and you installed your free POD Farm plug in then you will have an equivalent model set to what's included in POD Farm Platinum. Why? Because the X3 devices come loaded with all of our models out of the box. The same goes for anyone who owns a TonePort DI Gold version. Now, it's important to remember that the iLok version of POD Farm will come in two versions: 1. POD Farm for iLok (a limited amount of models included) OR 2. POD Farm Platinum for iLok (all models included) Some questions about POD Farm plug-in for iLok: Q: Can I transfer my POD Farm key out of my Line 6 device into an iLok? A: Currently there is no way to transfer a POD Farm license from a Line 6 device to an iLok key. Q: Can I upgrade my standard version of POD Farm for iLok to the Platinum version? A: See the following link for the upgrade path: Q: Do I get a 30-day refund option for the iLok version of the software (as seen with the Line 6 licenses)? A: No, as iLok is a separate company there is no way to get a refund once the license has been purchased. We reccomend using the trial version of the POD Farm prior to purchasing to ensure you are interested in POD Farm.
  7. Q: How do I get the POD Farm Plug-in? A: POD Farm is now a factory-enabled feature available free for POD X3, POD X3 Live, POD X3 Pro, TonePort DI, TonePort UX8, and all of the POD Studio computer interfaces. Use the Line 6 License Manager software to authorize your hardware with the POD Farm license. If you purchased the GearBox plug-in as an Add-on from the Line 6 Online Store, then you may obtain POD Farm plug-in functionality at no charge (additional models not included) by running the Line 6 License Manager program, then, authorizing the your licenses on your hardware. Q: I purchased the Gearbox plug-in. Am I entitled to a free upgrade to POD Farm? A: Yes. POD Farm is available as a free download to everyone who owns the GearBox Plug-In including TonePort DI owners. POD Farm Plug-In will also be available for free to POD X3, POD X3 Live and POD X3 Pro owners. Q: I received a free POD Farm plug in because I am an X3 owner. Is it possible for me to transfer the POD Farm plug in to another device? A: No, the free upgrade to POD Farm for X3 owners is a factory bit that is bound to the X3 and cannot be transfered out. Q: I received the Gearbox Plug-In as part of a promotion (Annual GPO Subscription Service). Am I entitled to a POD Farm Plug-in as well? A: No, the free POD Farm upgrade does not apply to free Gearbox Plug-In promotional events (such as GuitarPort Online). For more information, please see the link below: POD Farm 2 Info Below you can find the different POD Farm 2.0 upgrade scenarios based on when and how you purchased POD Farm version 1. As we now offer the POD Farm 2.5 software, we no longer have pricing for POD Farm 2 available. Please visit the Line 6 store for further information on POD Farm 2.5 pricing. Please Note: 1.) Anyone who received POD Farm version 1 as part of the Line 6 September 2009 free giveaway does NOT qualify for any of the offers below. 2.) Anyone who was "comped" a POD Farm license key (iLok or Line 6) does NOT qualify for any of the offers below. 3.) POD Farm 2 was a paid upgrade for current POD Farm owners. POD Farm 2 Stand Alone will not work unless you have purchased a license key. 4.) If eligible, log in to your Line 6 account and go to the Line 6 Online Store to redeem your special offer. Use Line 6 License Manager to authorize the assets to your hardware. 5.) The POD Farm (1/2) standalone software is not compatible with PODxt/POD X3 series or iLok authorization. These devices are only used to authorize the POD Farm plug-in within a DAW with the appropriate license. -------------------------------------------------------- Line 6 License Key Upgrade Options: 1. If you purchased a POD Farm 1 Line 6 license BEFORE October 1st, 2009 you qualify for a discounted purchase price for POD Farm version 2 Line 6 license for 30 DAYS AFTER POD Farm 2 initial release. 2. If you purchased a Line 6 device with the POD Farm 1 plug in bundled with it (POD Studio, POD X3, UX8, DI) and enabled your POD Farm plug in with the Line 6 Monkey software BEFORE October 1st, 2009, you qualify for a discounted purchase price for POD Farm version 2 Line 6 license for 30 DAYS AFTER POD Farm 2 initial release. 3. If you purchased a Line 6 device with the POD Farm 1 plug in bundled with it (POD Studio, POD X3, UX8, DI) and enabled your POD Farm plug in with the Line 6 Monkey software AFTER October 1st, 2009, you qualify for a FREE upgrade to POD Farm version 2. 4. If you purchased a POD Farm 1 Line 6 license key AFTER October 1st, 2009, you qualify for a FREE upgrade to POD Farm version 2. --------------------------------------------------------- Crossgrade Options from Line 6 License Key to iLok: 1. If you purchased a POD Farm 1 Line 6 license key (this excludes factory bits tied to POD Studio and POD X3 devices) a special "Crossgrade" price will be made available to you. -------------------------------------------------------- iLok (purchased from Webstore or via Authorized Dealer- independent seller transactions not eligible!): 1. If you purchased and activated a POD Farm version 1 STANDARD iLok key BEFORE October 1st, 2009, you qualify for a discounted upgrade price to POD Farm version 2 Platinum for iLok. 2. If you purchased and activated a POD Farm version 1 PLATINUM iLok key BEFORE October 1st, 2009, you qualify for a discounted upgrade price to POD Farm version 2 PLATINUM for iLok. 3. If you purchased POD Farm version 1 STANDARD for iLok AFTER October 1st, 2009, you qualify for a FREE upgrade to POD Farm version 2STANDARD. 4. If you purchased POD Farm version 1 PLATINUM for iLok AFTER October 1st, 2009, you qualify for a FREE upgrade to POD Farm version 2PLATINUM for iLok. --------------------------------------------------------- Misc Upgrades: Q: I PURCHASED a POD Farm version 1 iLok key (Standard or Platinum) BEFORE POD Farm 2 was released but I didn't DEPOSIT it until AFTER POD Farm version 2 was released. Do I qualify for an upgrade? A: Yes. If you purchased an iLok key before the release of POD Farm version 2 but did not DEPOSIT it until after the version 2 release, you do qualify for a free upgrade to the same version of POD Farm 2. IE: Standard 1 will qualify to Standard 2 and Platinum 1 to Platinum 2. Q: What if I purchased a POD Studio, POD X3 or TonePort DI, or TonePort UX8 device after the release of POD Farm version 2? Do I qualify for a free upgrade to POD Farm version 2? A: Yes. When you connect your new device to Line 6 License Manager, the program will recognize the connection date and offer you a free upgrade to POD Farm version 2.5. The model set depends on what model set would have been offered to you with the included POD Farm 1 version. IE: UX1 and UX2 get standard version upgrade but UX8 and POD X3 devices get platinum version upgrades. Go to, choose your device in the POD Farm 2 area and you will see a POD Farm 2 license at $0.00. Click Get Free Item, then use the Line 6 License Manager to Authorize your hardware.
  8. The BackTrack/BackTrack+Mic was designed to capture and replay any moment of "musical inspiration" without the need for recording preparation to flash memory by sensing audio signal levels. Records up to 12 hours of audio saved as .wav files to 1GB internal flash memory. General Features and Usability Tips Pressing the "Mark" button designates what you just played as special and separates it for easy review. "Force Capture" mode available for usage of BackTrack as a regular recording device for planned recordings. Audio sample rates of over 48KHz not supported (attempting to play a .wav file at a higher sample rate than this will most like cause incorrect playback behavior). Audio is transferable via USB 2.0 to your computer or recording software for further recording, editing or mixing. USB connection recharges the internal battery to its full capacity of over 8 hours via computer connection or universal USB charger (iPod, Blackberry chargers). No recording when unit is connected via USB to computer. Available in BackTrack (1/4" mono input only) and BackTrack+Mic (1/4" mono & built-in microphone) models. BackTrack does not have stereo/headphone out; only BackTrack+Mic model has stereo/headphone output. LED Color Explanations "Off" LED Status (USB Connection/Charging): Red = 0-25% charge Orange = 25-50% charge Yellow = 50-75% charge Green = 75-100% charge White = Full charge "On" LED Status Indicator Light (Normal Recording State): White = startup & shutdown (solid) or busy (blinking) states Blue = Auto Capture mode Ready to capture (flashing dark blue) Audio to be captured (solid dark blue) Audio that will continue to be captured (solid pale blue) End of captured event (blinking pale blue) Red = Forced Capture mode (solid red) End of forced capture (blinking red) Microphone clipping state (on units with microphone) while recording (flashes red during peak/spikes) Green = Playback mode Play Only mode (blinking green) Purple = Low Memory state 30 minutes remaining (single-blink) 15 minutes remaining (double-blink) Yellow = Low Battery state Less than 1 hour of operation left (occasional single-blink) Complete battery discharge (light fades from yellow to red; rapid flashing) BackTrack Setup Utility BackTrack Setup Utility software allows user to adjust and save capture volume settings and record playback settings. BackTrack Setup Utility requires Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 or higher. Backtrack Hard Reset Procedure If your Backtrack appears frozen or if the LED lights are blinking in a series of colors then performing a hard reset should resolve this. To perform a hard reset you'll need to manually press a small object like a paper clip into the small hole on the side of the Backtrack. The hole is located on the opposite side of all the UI controls (Backtrack) or on the side opposite the microphone (Backtrack + Mic). Hold the button down for three seconds and then remove the paperclip. The LED on the device will glow white, blink a few times, and then begin blinking blue. You have now successfully reset your Backtrack. Known-Issues: Mac OSX users: stereo .wav files transferred off of Backtrack or Backtrack+Mic will freeze on playback attempt from host computer's audio application and the BackTrack will not record. OSX file system stores extra metadata in hidden "resource fork" files that have a prefix of ._ in front of the .wav file's name. BackTracks use a non-Mac file system, FAT32, that doesn't support resource forks. Deletion of those addition metadata files should allow for playback of the stereo .wav files. BackTrack will not record while connected to computers to recharge or to use the utility software. However, BackTrack WILL record if conencted to third party USB chargers.
  9. Q: If the Line 6 digital wireless systems can accommodate an active bass guitar, will I lose any low end? A: The Line 6 digital wireless system will work great with active and passive electronics. Line 6 digital wireless systems do not compand (compress then expand) the broadcast signal like analog systems do, so there is no loss of low end. Line 6 systems simply allow the instruments true signal (whether hot or mild) to pass through to the amp. The frequency range for Line 6 systems goes down to 10Hz, allowing for amazing lows when tuning down or using a bass with a low B string. Q: How do I connect to a “full frequency” output on my Line 6 digital wireless system? A: You can access full frequency output by connecting the receiver output cable to the first ring of the TRS output jack. Ideally, this would be done with a special cable (insert cables (a type of “Y” cable) are a great choice and have ¼ TRS on one end and two separate ¼ mono cables on the other end). This also allows you to split the signal by connecting your receiver to two different signal paths (a great way to get a “tuner out” feed or go to a separate amplifier, recording device or mixer). In a pinch, you can access the ring output by plugging a mono ¼” cable half way in though we don’t recommend this for performance applications due to the cable not being fully engaged into the jack socket. Q: Why isn’t “full frequency” the default output choice? A: A standard ¼” instrument cable gently rolls off the high frequencies around 8 KHz. This is due to the capacitance of the wire and is a scenario that most musicians have grown used to. As the criteria for Line 6 digital wireless is to simply replace the cable, we chose to mimic the performance of a direct wire connection. Since we eliminate several feet of cable (and its associated capacitance), the net result was a system that performed exactly as if a musician was plugged in with a three foot patch cord, resulting in a noticeably clearer and brighter high frequency response. In order to not turn off musicians with increased high frequency response, we added the capacitance back into the signal path so that the end result was “cable gone – sound identical”. However, we really loved the increased high frequency response. Why? 1. More clarity and articulation (the reason for new strings when we record or gig, right?) 2. Phase coherency: If you boost the highs on your amp (or FX devices) you are actually adding a complex phase shift to your signal. With the Line 6 digital wireless system, you get more clarity with complete phase coherency (no phase shifting) and this really makes a big difference. 3. No boost in hiss or noise floor: Again, when you increase the highs on your amp (or FX devices), you also get an increase in hiss and noise. With the Line 6 digital wireless system, you get all of the clarity for free, meaning that there is no increase in hiss and noise (and again, no phase shift). Full bandwidth is available full time on the XLR output (as it should). Q: Would this work with a lav or headset microphone for videographer applications? A: Technically, yes. However, the frequency response of the receiver is tailored to musical instruments (10Hz – 12 KHz in full-bandwidth mode) meaning that for microphone applications, there may not be enough high frequency content when using the portable XDR1 stompbox receiver. Additionally, to access the full-bandwidth, the operator will need to utilize an insert cable (TRS to dual ¼ mono) or custom wired cable that connects the first ring of a TRS cable to the input of the next component/camera. Q: Can my XDT1/XDT4 transmitter provide phantom power to my condenser mic? A: Only the XDT4 transmitter can provide phantom power to a condenser microphone. It provides ~9v bias voltage at the tip for use with lavaliere microphones. Q: Can I connect the XLR output of my XDR4 Receiver into a mixing board with global phantom power? A: Yes, there is a resistor to protect the XDR4 Receiver from being damaged by phantom power voltage, but it is not guaranteed. Some older mixing boards from the 70's could in theory overwhelm the device depending on just how much phantom power is supplied. Q: Can I use multiple receivers with the same transmitter? A: Yes, as long as the receivers are set to the same channel and mode that the transmitter is set to. Q: Can I use multiple transmitters with the same receiver? A: You cannot use multiple transmitters AT THE SAME TIME with the same receiver as that could cause interference with each other. You can use more than one transmitter with a receiver, but only one transmitter can be powered on at a time. - Do keep the antenna clear of obstructions as much as possible - Do keep line-of-sight for maximum range - Don’t place operating transmitters near the receivers (within 3 – 5 feet). This will potentially overload the internal RF amplifiers of the receiver units and cause limited range. Practical Operating Tips For multiple users, Do consider the best placement of receivers for optimal performance. Avoid having one performer with a bodypack transmitter “ON” stand in front of a rack of receivers. This will limit the overall operating range of the furthest performer(s). One example might be a rack of receivers at the monitor position and performers often stand right next to the rack of receivers. This can become an issue the more channels you are operating. Quite often, one of the artists is also the sound person. Rather, place the receivers at a location that allows the freedom of artist/engineer movement without having “ON” transmitters get within 3-5 feet. Operating Modes It is important to have the components operating in XDR mode for optimum performance. XDR mode is the proprietary “anti-jamming” RF mode that utilizes a dual digital broadcast. To confirm that the XDR4 rackmount receiver is in XDR mode, make certain that the “MODE” LED is glowing green. If it is not, power off the receiver and power it back on while holding the “CHANNEL DOWN” button. The XDT4 transmitter should also be in XDR mode. This can be confirmed by powering on the transmitter and watching the LED power on sequence. If all LEDs glow BLUE and then a single RED LED moves through in a LEFT, RIGHT, LEFT pattern settling into Battery/Channel mode then you are certain that this transmitter is in XDR mode. If the LEDs glow BLUE and then expand out from the center LED (BLUE then RED) before settling into Battery/Channel mode then this transmitter is in XDS mode. To change modes on the transmitter, power off the unit and power it on while holding the “CHANNEL” button. Monitor the LED sequence to confirm mode. Another simple way to confirm transmitter operating mode is to monitor the color of the LEDs when audio signal is present. If the LEDs display audio in BLUE you can be certain that the transmitter is in XDR mode. If however, the audio display is in RED then you will need to change to mode. XDR mode works incredibly well. If your systems are operating in XDS mode then you will enjoy a great enhancement of overall system performance by switching back to the XDR mode. Q: What is the maximum AC signal input voltage that the transmitter can handle? A: It will accommodate a very large signal (about 6V peak to peak) without any clipping. We have had users with active pickups using (2) 9V batteries with no problems. The dual 9V's usually allow the circuitry for the pickup to operate without degradation while the batteries discharge. It is not actually outputting 9V it is more like +-5V peak at most. Otherwise the unit would distort as the battery dies.
  10. Parts Q: My X2 cable is lost/damaged. Where can I purchase a replacement? Line 6 Store: X2 Replacement Cable Q: I lost/broke an antenna on my X2 wireless receiver. How can I get a replacement? A:The X2 series uses a 900 mhz, ½ wave-BNC antenna. These antenna can be purchased from numerous audio-video or musical instrument retailers. Q: Why is my signal occasionally cutting out? A: Please check to see that your locking cable connector is screwed in tightly to the input jack on the transmitter. If not, this can cause your unit to either not get audio at all or cause the signal to cut in and out. Please see our updated manual on this website for a detailed diagram of the proper connection process. Troubleshooting The XDR4 rackmount receiver has an “RF” LED indicator on the front panel. With all transmitters powered “OFF”, scroll through the 5 channels on the receiver while viewing the “RF” LED. If this LED remains dark, then you can conclude that there is no undesired RF at your current location. If it lights RED, then there is RF on that channel. This typically does not lead to the conclusion that you cannot operate on that channel. It does indicate that there is RF present and that the range might be limited on that channel. “Drop outs” are often the cause of a bad audio connection. This can happen when the input jack is not fastened securely or when the input cable has broken down at the connector. You can visually confirm a solid “digital link” even without an audio input by powering on only one transmitter and receiver and monitor the 4 green “RECEIVER” LEDs on the XDR4 rackmount receiver. As long as one single green LED stays lit, then you have a solid link. I would confidently say that the system is working well if all 4 LEDs stay lit no matter where you go out to at least 100’ with little or no “dancing”. When they start to consistently dance you are approaching the outer edge of the operating range. This test is best performed with two people. Q: Power is on but no signal or there is an intermittent signal with sound cutting out with the XDS95, XDR95 or XDSPlus transmitter A: How far away from each other are the transmitter and receiver? You may simply just need to return to operational range. If the issue persists, you will need to replace the XC1 cable. Q: Power is on but no signal is getting to XDR95, XDS95, or XDSPlus Receiver. A: Remember to set the receiver to the correct mode and to set both the transmitter and receiver to the same channel. If you continue to have issues, replace the XC1 cable. Q: My XDS95 receiver / transmitter shuts down shortly after powering up A: If you are using batteries, try using a new set of batteries. If you are using rechargeable batteries, try a fresh set of alkaline batteries. If these issues persist, the XDS95 needs to be serviced. Q: My transmitter suddenly started producing a distorted broken up signal A: Replacing the XC1 cable would be the first thing to try, but if that does not fix the issue, the transmitter must be serviced for repair. Q: I have a buzzing noise on all channels of my receiver. A: First, make sure that the receiver is getting the proper amount of power from a compatible power supply, especially if the power is being shared with other devices. If you have active electronics on your guitar, make sure that the batteries in the guitar are fresh and power the guitar. If not, replace the batteries. Check your guitar jack to see if it is loose or shorting out and fix the jack as needed. Lastly, please remove/turn off any sources of magnetism (such as a computer monitor) that is close to the transmitter as this could be producing the noise in the signal. Q: I can only go 25 to 30 ft with my XDS95 before it drops out? A: If there is another transmitter on and set to the same channel nearby, then you would need to change the channel on the second transmitter. If there is another source of RF between your transmitter and the receiver, then you would need to move the source of RF. As a last resort, you can open up the back of your receiver and you should see 2 thick black wires soldered onto the antennas. If these wires are not soldered properly, the receiver needs to be serviced for repair. The following is a list of symptoms in which your Digital Wireless device must be serviced for repair: Symptom: I hear a "click" every once in a while when my XDS95 system is on but I am not playing? Symptom: One of the green receiving section lights does not come on even when the XDR95 transmitter is right next to the receiver. Symptom: When I power up my unit, all the lights stay on (Red or Blue) and then I cannot turn the unit off. Symptom: My XDT1/XDT4 transmitter burns up a fresh battery in 1 hour. Symptom: My XDS95 receiver does not power up with a 9v battery but it will power up on a power cord adapter. Symptom: My X2 transmitter does not power up with a 9v battery.
  11. Q: How much battery life should I expect with my XDR95 transmitter? A: During our in-house testing of alkaline battery performance, Kirkland, Energizer and Ray-O-Vac brands showed the best results. There are various test results available online that confirm this information. You should also be aware that there are black-market knock-offs out there that look “real” but fall short of the original manufacturer’s specifications. Line 6 digital wireless products now include Energizer batteries as others have not been performing up to spec. That being said, you should expect the battery life in the XDT4 to be between 5.5 and 6.5 Hours. Digital wireless technology has its own set of power demands, but as we develop products, we keep in mind the need for power efficiency. There is a big difference between 10 hours and 5 hours, but please remember the sound quality and benefits of the Line 6 digital system when compared to analog wireless. Q: Is the battery used in the receiver of the XDS95 overridden when using the AC adaptor input? A: In the current design, the battery is not overridden. What this means, is that if you plug in a power adapter to the XDS95 while there are working batteries in the receiver, the battery life will be drained in that configuration. Just make sure to remove the batteries if you are using a power adapter with the receiver. Q: Can I use rechargeable batteries with my Line 6 digital wireless system? A: Yes, but the specs on rechargeable batteries is all over the map and changes every time a battery is charged and discharged. In order to create and offer consistency, we have designed Line 6 digital wireless products to be used with standard 9V alkaline batteries. This way, we can predict and report battery life remaining with accuracy and translate that data to the battery meters that are included on Line 6 digital wireless components. Our knowledge of how consistently rechargeable batteries will work with the Line 6 digital wireless systems is limited. The rule of thumb is: As the battery remains above 6.2 V, it will continue to function. You may want to contact the battery manufacturer for further details. Q: What power supply should I use for the XDS-95 system? A: The Line 6 DC-1/DC1-G power supply will correctly power the XDS-95 system. Q: What power supply should I use for the XDS-plus or XDR95 system? A: the Condor 500ma power supply (supplied with the unit) or Line 6 DC1-G will power either the XDR Plus or XDR95 systems. Q: Where can I find more information on the power supply requirements and purchase a replacement/spare power supply? Power Supply, Amp Power and Battery F.A.Q. Q: Will my XDR95, XDS95 and XDSPlus work with 230/240 volt power? A: Yes, as long as the power transformer converts to 9V 500mA (For XDR95 & XDSPlus) and 9V 100mA (for XDS95) it will work. Our non-U.S. distributors sell 230V to 9V 500mA transformers. Q: I have a pedal board that distributes power to all my pedals. Can my XDS95 receiver share power with devices? A: Yes. Your XDS95 receiver only requires 9V 100mA, but the device will draw only what it needs. On pedal boards that share power with multiple devices, a device may not always get all the power that it needs. If power is being shared with other devices and you start experiencing any issues, dedicate power to the XDS95 and see if the issue goes away.
  12. GUITAR AMPS 1. Line 6 Agro 2. Line 6 Bayou 3. Line 6 Big Bottom 4. Line 6 Boutique #1 5. Line 6 Chemical X 6. Line 6 Chunk Chunk 7. Line 6 Class A 8. Line 6 Clean 9. Line 6 Crunch 10. Line 6 Fuzz 11. Line 6 Insane 12. Line 6 JTS-45 13. Line 6 Lunatic 14. Line 6 Modern Hi Gain 15. Line 6 Mood 16. Line 6 Octave 17. Line 6 Piezacoustic 2 18. Line 6 Purge 19. Line 6 Smash 20. Line 6 Sparkle 21. Line 6 Sparkle Clean 22. Line 6 Spinal Puppet 23. Line 6 Surfer Clean 24. Line 6 Surfer Sparkle 25. Line 6 Throttle 26. Line 6 Treadplate 27. Line 6 Tube Preamp 28. Line 6 Line 6 Twain 29. Line 6 Variax Acoustic 30. 2002 Angel P-Ball 31. 1964 Blackface ?Lux 32. 1963 Blackface Vibro 33. 2002 Bomber Uber 34. Bomber X-TC 35. 1968 Brit Plexi Bass 100 36. Brit Gain 18 37. 2003 Brit Gain J-2000 38. J-2000 #2 39. 1990 Brit J-800 40. 1992 Brit J900 CLN 41. 1992 Brit J900 DIST 42. 1996 Brit JM Pre 43. 1969 Brit Plexi Lead 200 44. 1967 Brit Gain SLVR J 45. 1985 Cali Crunch 46. Citrus D-30 47. 1960 Class A-15 48. Class A-30 Fawn 49. 1967 Classic A30 Top Boost 50. 2003 Connor 50 51. 2002 Criminal 52. 2003 Deity Crunch 53. 2003 Deity Lead 54. 2003 Deity?s Son 55. 2001 Diamond Plate 56. 1967 Double Show 57. 1965 Double Verb 58. 1960 Gibtone Expo 59. 1973 Highway 100 60. 1987 Jazz Clean 61. 1996 Match Chief 62. 1993 Match D-30 63. 1996 Mini Double 64. 1965 Plexi 45 65. 1968 Plexi Jump Lead 66. 1968 Plexi Jump Lead 100 67. 1968 Plexi Variac?D 68. 1967 Silver Twelve 69. 1972 Silverface Bass 70. 1953 Small Tweed 71. 1993 Solo 100 Head 72. 1960s Super O 73. 1962 Super O Thunder 74. 1960 Tiny Tweed 75. 2001 Treadplate Cual 76. 1958 Tweed B-man 77. 1960 Two-Tone 78. 2001 Zen Master 79. NO AMP GUITAR CABS 1x6 60s Super O 1x8 Tiny Tweed 1x10 '59 Gibtone 1x10 '60 G-Brand 1x12 01 Line6 1x12 '53 Small Tweed 1x12 '64 Blackface Vibrolux 1x12 '60 Class A 15 2x2 01 Mini T 2x12 01 Line 6 2x12 '65 Blackface 2x12 '96 Match Chief 2x12 '87 Jazz Clean 2x12 '57 Cleass A-30 4x10 01 Line 6 4x10 '58 Tweed Bassman 4x12 01 Line 6 4x12 '67 Green 20s 4x12 '68 Green 25s 4x12 '78 Brit Celest t-75s 4x12 '96 Brit Celest V30s 4x12 01 Treadplate 1x15 '62 Thunder 2x12 '67 Wishbook No Cabinet GUITAR MICS 1. 57 On Axis 2. 57 Off Axis 3. 421 Dynamic 4. 67 Condenser BASS AMPS 1. Line 6 Brit Invader 2. Line 6 Classic Jazz 3. Line 6 Doppleganger 4. Line 6 Ebony Lux 5. Line 6 Frankenstein 6. Line 6 Sub Dub 7. Line 6 Super Thor 8. Line 6 Tube PreAmp 9. 1998 Adam & Eve 10. 1975 Alchemist 11. 1972 Amp 360 12. 1968 Brit Bass 13. 1965 Brit Class A 100 14. 1969 British Major 15. 2003 California 16. 1964 Double Show 17. 1989 Eighties 18. 1968 Flip Top 19. 1973 Highway 100 20. 1971 Highway 200 21. 2003 Jaguar 22. 1998 Jazz Tone 23. 1967 Motor City 24. 1974 Rock Classic 25. 1967 Silverface Bass 26. 1978 Stadium 27. 2002 Studio Tone 28. 1958 Tweed B-Man BASS CABS 1. BASS-1X12 Boutique 2. BASS-1x12 Motor City 3. BASS-1x15 Flip Top 4. BASS-1x15 Jazz Tone 5. BASS-1x18 Session 6. BASS-1x18 Amp 360 7. BASS-1x18 California 8. BASS-1x18+12 Stadium 9. BASS-2x10 Modern UK 10. BASS-2x15 Doubleshow 11. BASS-2x15 California 12. BASS-2x15 Class A 13. BASS-4x10 Line 6 14. BASS-4x10 Tweed 15. BASS-4x10 Adam & Eve 16. BASS-4x10 Silvertone 17. BASS-4x10 Session 18. BASS-4x12 Highway 19. BASS-4x12 Green 20s 20. BASS-4x12 Green 25s 21. BASS-4x15 Big Boy 22. BASS-8x10 Classic 23. BASS-No Cabinet BASS MICS 1. 20 Dynamic 2. 112 Dynamic 3. 47 Tube Close 4. 47 Tube Close WAH 1. Vetta Wah 2. Fassel 3. Weeper 4. Chrome 5. Chrome Custom 6. Throaty 7. Conductor 8. Colorful STOMP 1. DISTORTION Facial Fuzz 2. DISTORTION Fuzz Pi 3. DISTORTION Screamer 4. DISTORTION Classic Distortion 5. DISTORTION Octave Fuzz 6. DISTORTION Killer Z 7. DISTORTION Tube Drive 8. DISTORTION Boost + EQ 9. DISTORTION Bass Overdrive 10. DISTORTION Bronze Master 11. DYNAMICS Red Comp 12. DYNAMICS Blue Comp 13. DYNAMICS Blue Comp Treb 14. DYNAMICS Vetta Comp 15. DYNAMICS Vetta Juice 16. DYNAMICS Auto Swell 17. DYNAMICS Female De-Esser 18. DYNAMICS Male De-Esser 19. FILTER Auto Wah 20. FILTER Dingo Tron 21. FILTER Clean Sweep 22. FILTER Seismik Synth 23. FILTER Double Bass 24. FILTER Buzz Wave 25. FILTER Rez Synth 26. FILTER Saturn 5 Ring Mod 27. FILTER Synth Analog 28. FILTER Synth FX 29. FILTER Synth Harmony 30. FILTER Synth Lead 31. FILTER Synth String 32. FILTER Sub Octaves 33. FILTER Bender MOD 1. Sine Chorus 2. Analog Chorus 3. Line 6 Flanger 4. Jet Flanger 5. Phaser 6. U-Vibe 7. Opto Tremolo 8. Bias Tremolo 9. Rotary Drum + Horn 10. Rotary Drum 11. Auto Pan 12. Analog Square Chorus 13. Stereo Square Chorus 14. Stereo Expo Chorus 15. Random Chorus 16. Stereo Square Flange 17. Expo Flange 18. Lumpy Phase 19. Hi Talk 20. Sweeper 21. POD Purple X 22. Random S & H 23. Tape Eater 24. Warble-Matic DELAYS 1. Analog Delay 2. Analog with Modulation 3. Tube Echo 4. Multi-Head Delay 5. Sweep Echo 6. Digital Delay 6. Stereo Delay 7. Ping Pong Delay 8. Reverse Delay 9. Echo Platter 10. Tape Echo 11. Low Rez Delay 12. Phaze Echo 13. Bubble Echo VERB 1. 'Lux Spring 2. Standard Spring 3. King Spring 4. Small Room 5. Tiled Room 6. Brite Room 7. Dark Hall 8. Medium Hall 9. Large Hall 10. Rich Chamber 11. Chamber 12. Cavernous 13. Slap Plate 14. Vintage Plate 15. Large Plate
  13. Français Deutsch Explained below is a definition of the Line 6 Audio-MIDI Control Panel. It explains and defines the function of each setting within the application. The "Driver" tab Driver Operating at: The "Driver operating at:" status actually shows the sample rate and bit depth of the data going through the USB cable and the hardware. For X3, the hardware always runs at 48000 Hz, 24 bit regardless of what the driver is doing, so you'll always see 48k, 24bit. From the Gearbox Manual page 3.4 Driver Operation indicator: TonePort & GuitarPort devices - Displays what sample and bit rate the current device is operating at(or with no text if not in use). Note: POD XT devices do not utilize this feature and therefore no text will appear here when a PODxt is the selected device. These devices run at a fixed sample rate which is why you'll see the Sample Rate Converter light always on when viewing the Control Panel with a POD XT device connected. The POD XT is always converting from the custom rate to it's fixed sample rate. Similarly, the SRC light will always be on for X3, unless you're running the driver at 48kHz. Lock Format: The "Lock Format" check box affects two things. 1)All WDM applications 2)The hardware sample rate, if it isn't already locked by the hardware (like X3 or XT). From the Gearbox Manual page 3.4 Lock Driver Format: When checked, this forces the Line 6 audio driver to operate at the Sample and Bit rate settings entered in the two fields below (as opposed to following the sample rate requested by a host audio application). Note: Lock Format doesn't affect the ASIO driver. All sample rates will still work for ASIO even if Lock Format is checked. With TonePort devices, Lock Format will lock that hardware to the given sample rate. If ASIO software asks for a different sample rate, our driver will perform the necessary Sample Rate Conversion. ASIO Settings: The ASIO Settings section are the displayed settings of what you are actually running your ASIO driver at. From the Gearbox Manual page 3.3/3.4 ASIO Client: If you are running audio software that is using this Line 6 device as its ASIO sound card, the name of the software will appear here. If not in use by an ASIO software, none is displayed here as shown. Default Buffer Size: The ASIO buffer size in use. Note this field is only active when in use by an ASIO application. As your audio software documentation will likely tell you, the ASIO Buffer Size will affect the responsiveness and latency of the audio. The lower the setting, the faster the response, but with the trade-off of higher processor usage and the risk of audio dropouts. Raise the value if you are getting inconsistent playback or recording in the audio software. Basically, 512 is generally a good average setting.* Default Bit Depth: The ASIO bit depth in use. Note this field is only active when in use by an ASIO application. It is best to use the highest bit rate your ASIO software will support to ensure high quality audio. Sample Rate Converter: TonePorts support 44.1 and 48 kHz sample rates natively. Some TonePorts also support 88 and 96 kHz sample rates by way of an internal sample rate converter. This indicator lights up to show you when this converter is active, which can be any time your ASIO software is requesting a different sample rate than what your device natively supports. TonePort UX8 supports 44.1, 48, 88.2 and 96 kHz sample rates natively, meaning that these sample rates are not converted. The Inputs and Recording tab: From the Gearbox Manual page 3.5: Input Source Select:* This is a mirrored control for the Source Select within the GearBox application where it allows the user to select which physical input is used on the device. Note that this control is ONLY selectable when the GearBox software is not in use by the current device. When GearBox is in use, it remains grayed out, but displays the current Source that is selected within GearBox. When Gearbox is not in use by the selected Line 6 device, this Input Source Select, like the Source Select in the GearBox application, offers a list of input options. GuitarPort and PODxt devices are always fixed to only route their instrument 1 /4 input signal into GearBox. When a GuitarPort or PODxt is the selected device, this Input Source Select list offers only Instrument as the source. F.A.Q. zur Line 6 Audio-MIDI Steuerung: Im Folgenden sind die Funktionen des Line 6 Audio-MIDI erklärt: Der "Driver" Reiter: Driver Operating at: Der "Driver Operating at:"Status zeigt Ihnen die Samplerate und Bitauflösung der Daten an, die durch das USB Kabel und die Hardware gehen. Für das X3, die Hardware läuft immer auf 48kHz, 24bit egal was der Treiber macht also wird Ihnen immer 48kHz, 24bit angezeigt. Aus dem GearBox Benutzerhandbuch, Seite 3.4: Driver Operation Anzeige: TonePort und GuitarPort Geräte: Anzeige der Samplerate und Bitauflösung des derzeit angeschlossenen Gerätes (oder ohne Text wenn es nicht benutzt wird). Achtung, PODxt Geräte benutzen diese Eigenschaft nicht und somit wird dann auch kein Text angezeigt, wenn ein PODxt ausgewählt wird. Diese Geräte laufen mit einer festgesetzten Samplerate, deshalb wird das Sample Rate Converter Licht immer an sein wenn Sie die Steuerung mit einem PODxt Gerät öffnen. Das PODxt wird immer von der benutzerdefinierten Samplerate auf seine festgesetzte Samplerate konvertieren. So wird das SRC Licht auch immer bei einem X3 angeschaltet sein außer Sie lassen den Treiber auf 48kHz laufen. Lock Format: Das Lock Format Kontrollkästchen beeinflusst zwei Dinge: Alle WDM Programme. Die Hardware Samplerate, sofern diese nicht von der Hardware festgesetzt ist. Aus dem GearBox Benutzerhandbuch, Seite 3.4: Lock Driver Format: Wenn diese Option angekreuzt ist, wird der Line 6 Audiotreiber dazu gezwungen mit der unten eingegebenen Samplerate und Bitauflösung zu arbeiten. Im Gegensatz zur Einhaltung der Samplerate die vom Audio Programme angefordert wird. Achtung, Lock Format beeinflusst nicht den ASIO Treiber. Alle Sampleraten werden weiterhin für ASIO funktionieren auch wenn Lock Format angekreuzt ist. Mit TonePort Geräten wird Lock Format die Hardware auf die angegebene Samplerate fixieren. Wenn ASIO Software nach einener anderen Samplerate fragt wird unser Treiber die nötige Konvertierung vornehmen. ASIO Settings: Die Sektion der ASIO Settings zeigt alle Einstellungen des ASIO Treibers an die tatsächlich laufen. Aus dem GearBox Benutzerhandbuch, Seite 3.3/3.4: ASIO Client: Wenn Sie eine Audio Software benutzen, die das Line 6 Gerät als ASIO Soundkarte verwendet, wird der Name der Software hier erscheinen. Wenn es nicht mit ASIO Software verwendet wird, wird hier "none" stehen. Default Buffer Size: Die ASIO Buffergröße in Benutzung. Achtung, dieses Feld ist nur dann aktiv, wenn es mit einem ASIO Programm benutzt wird. Die ASIO Buffergröße wird die Reaktionsfähigkeit und Latenz des Tons beeinflussen. Je tiefer diese Einstellung, umso schneller die Resonanz. Dies führt jedoch zu einer höheren Prozessorauslastung und man riskiert Audio Aussetzer. Erhöhen Sie diesen Wert wenn Sie einen unbeständigen Ton in Ihrer Audio Software erhalten. Am Allgemeinen ist 512 eine gute, durchschnittliche Einstellung. Default Bit Depth: Die ASIO Bitauflösung in Benutzung. Achtung, dieses Feld ist nur dann aktiv, wenn es mit einem ASIO Programm benutzt wird. Am besten benutzen Sie die höchste, von Ihrer ASIO Software unterstützte, Bitauflösung um eine hohe Audioqualität zu gewährleisten. Sample Rate Converter: TonePorts unterstützen von Haus aus 44.1 und 48kHz Sampleraten. Manche TonePorts unterstützen sogar 88 und 96kHz Sampleraten anhand eines internen Konverters. Diese Anzeige leuchtet auf um Ihnen zu zeigen, dass dieser Konverter aktiv ist. Dies kann jederzeit geschehen, wenn Ihre ASIO Software eine unterschiedliche Samplerate erfordert als die, die Ihr Gerät nativ unterstützt. TonePort UX8 unterstützt 44.1, 48, 88.2 und 96kHz Sampleraten, was bedeutet, dass keine Kovertierung stattfindet. Der Input and Recording Reiter: Aus dem GearBox Benutzerhandbuch, Seite 3.5: Input Source Select ist eine Spiegelung des Source Select des GearBox Programmes, welches Ihnen die Möglichkeit gibt, den physischen Eingang, der auf Ihrem Gerät genutzt werden soll, auwählen zu können. Achtung, diese Eisntellung ist nur dann auswählbar, wenn die GearBox Software derzeit nicht von einem Gerät benutzt wird. Wenn diese von einem Gerät in Benutzung ist, wird die Einstellung grau bleiben aber Ihnen die derzeitige Quelle anzeigen, die im GearBox ausgewählt ist. Wenn GearBox nicht von einem Gerät in Benutzung ist, dann können Sie hier, wie beim Source Select der GearBox Software eine Liste von Eingangsoptionen benutzen. GuitarPort und PODxt Geräte sind immer festgesetzt, um ausschließlich den "Instrument" 6.35mm Eingang ins GearBox zu nutzen. Wenn also ein GuitarPort oder PODxt das ausgewählte Gerät ist dann hat diese Input Source Select Liste nur eine Option, "Instrument". TonePort UX8 hat einen größeren Satz Optionen, schauen Sie sich dazu den Inputs & Recordings Reiter an. Panneau de configuration Line 6 Audio-MIDI: F.A.Q. Explications des options du Line 6 Audio-MIDI: Le tab Driver: Driver operating at: Le statut "Driver operating at:" vous montre la fréquence d'échantillonnage et la profondeur de bits des données traversant le câble USB et le hardware. Pour le X3, le hardware est toujours à 48000 Hz, 24bit n'importe quoi le pilote fait. Vous voyez toujours 48k, 24bit. Retiré de la page 3.4 du manuel d'utilisation Gearbox: Indicateur Driver Operation: Appareils TonePort & GuitarPort: Affiche la fréquence d'échantillonnage et la profondeur de bits à laquelle l'appareil fonctionne. (Aucun texte si l'appareil n'est pas en cours d'utilisation.) Attention, les appareils PODxt n'utilisent pas cette option donc aucun texte n'apparaît si un appareil PODxt est connecté. Ces appareils fonctionnent à une fréquence d'échantillonnage fixée donc la lumière "Sample Rate Converter" est toujours allumée si un appareil PODxt est connecté. Le PODxt toujours convertit la fréquence personnalisée à sa fréquence fixée. De même façon, la lumière SRC est aussi toujours allumée avec un appareil X3, sauf vous exécutez le pilote à 48kHz. Lock Format: La case à cocher "Lock Format" affecte deux choses: Toutes les applications WDM. La fréquence d'échantillonnage du hardware si ce n'est pas fixé par le hardware (comme X3 ou XT). Retiré de la page 3.4 du manuel d'utilisation Gearbox: "Lock Driver Format": Si coché, cette option force le pilote Line 6 de fonctionner à la fréquence d'échantillonnage et profondeur de bits entrés ci-dessous. Contrairement à l'utilisation de la fréquence d'échantillonnage demandé par l'application audio. Attention, Lock Format n'affecte pas le pilote ASIO. Toutes les fréquences d'échantillonnage fonctionnent même si Lock Format est coché. Pour les appareils TonePort, Lock Format verrouille le hardware à la fréquence d'échantillonnage donné. Si le logiciel ASIO demande une fréquence d'échantillonnage différente, notre pilote effectue la conversion de fréquence d'échantillonnage nécessaire. ASIO Settings: La section ASIO Settings affiche les réglages vous exécutez le pilote ASIO réellement. Retiré de la page 3.3/3.4 du manuel d'utilisation Gearbox: ASIO Client: Si vous exécutez un programme qui utilise l'appareil Line 6 comme carte de son ASIO, le nom du logiciel apparais ici. S'il n'est pas utilisé d'un logiciel ASIO, "none" sera affichée ici. Default Buffer Size: Ce montre la taille de buffer ASIO en utilisation. Cet espace est seulement active si utilisé par une application ASIO. Cette taille de buffer ASIO affectera la réactivité et latence du audio. Abaissement de cette option améliore la réactivité mais l'utilisation du processeur augmente et on risque le décrochage du son. Augmentez ce valeur si vous recevez du audio inconsistant dans le logiciel audio. Normalement, 512 est un réglage bon moyenne. Default Bit Depth: Ce montre la profondeur de bits ASIO en utilisation. Cet espace est seulement active si utilisé par une application ASIO. Utilisez le plus haut réglage que votre logiciel ASIO soutient pour garantir une haute qualité audio. Sample Rate Converter: Les TonePorts soutiennent les fréquences d'échantillonnage 44.1 et 48kHz nativement. Certains TonePorts soutiennent 88 et 96kHz aussi avec un convertisseur de fréquence d'échantillonnage interne. L'indicateur s'allume si ce convertisseur est active, que peut-être n'importe quand votre logiciel ASIO demande une fréquence d'échantillonnage différente que laquelle votre appareil soutient nativement. Le TonePort UX8 soutient les fréquences d'échantillonnage 44.1, 48, 88.2 et 96kHz nativement que veut dire que ces fréquences d'échantillonnage ne sont pas converties. Le tab Inputs and Recording: Retiré de la page 3.5 du manuel d'utilisation Gearbox: Input Source Select: C'est un réglage reflète du Source Select dans l'application GearBox, ce réglage vous permet de sélecter quel entrée physique est utilisée sur l'appareil. Attention, ce réglage est seulement sélectionnable si le logiciel GearBox n'est pas en cours d'utilisation de l'appareil. Si GearBox est en cours d'utilisation, il reste grisé mais affiche la source actuelle du GearBox. Si GearBox n'est pas en cours d'utilisation, cette sélection vous offre une liste des options d'entrées. GuitarPort et PODxt sont fixés ici, ils font passer seulement le signal d'entrée 6.35mm "Instrument" dans le GearBox. Donc, si un GuitarPort ou PODxt est l'appareil choisis, cette liste Input Source Select a uniquement "Instrument" comme source. Le TonePort UX8 a un nombre plus vaste des options. Veuillez visiter le tab Inputs & Recording.
  14. Q: What quality are the UX8's A/D converters? A: The UX-8 uses the same converter chip that the Apogee Ensemble ($1949), Echo Audiofire 12 ($699), Focusrite Saffire Pro ($699) and probably more use. A/D Conversion: 16-bit & 24-bit 44.1, 48, 88.2 & 96 kHz This info comes from our UX8 specs page at:
  15. Phantom power is DC (or direct current) used to power certain microphones, the UX2 and KB37 offer 48-Volt signal to a condenser microphone by connecting it to the XLR input on the unit. The UX1 does not have phantom power, if you have a microphone that requires such power you will need to get either a standalone microphone preamplifier or one that is built into an audio mixer's input channel. Also available are stand alone phantom power boxes. (A good example of this device is the Rolls PB23 Phantom Power Supply). Phantom power is not harmful to mics that don't need it. If a mic does not need phantom power it will ignore the 48-Volts being sent the the microphone. Even with the Phantom Power on, your UX2 or KB37 can have both a mic that requires Phantom Power and a mic that does not require Phantom Power.
  16. 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.
  17. Once you've installed the latest drivers for your Line 6 USB device on your computer's operating system, connect audio monitors/speakers to the audio outputs of your Line 6 USB device or use the headphone output jack. The built-in soundcard output of your computer will not output processed amp/effect tones from GearBox/POD Farm/DAW software. Also, connecting the audio output from your POD Studio/TonePort/POD interface into the audio input of your default soundcard will result in you hearing latency (short echo/delay). Please connect your computer speakers or headphonesdirectly to the output of the POD Studio/TonePort/POD interface device and not your original computer's soundcard output.
  18. Deutsch Français Q: What is Line 6 Monkey? A: Line 6 Monkey is the intelligent updater for your Line 6 hardware and software products. Q: Is Line 6 Monkey compatible with my computer? A: The latest version of Line 6 Monkey is compatible on Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 on PC, and Intel Mac computers running OS X 10.5.x Leopard and later. (Line 6 Monkey 1.50 and newer do NOT support Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger or Power PC Mac computers). Q: How do I update Line 6 software with Line 6 Monkey? 1) Disconnect all non-essential USB, Firewire, and MIDI devices from your computer. Turn off any other programs that may be running and de-activate all anti-virus software installed on your computer. Do not use any USB hubs when using Line 6 gear at any time. See the following links for more information on connecting MIDI and USB devices to your computer: MIDI: Functionality, Control, and Connectivity with Line 6 Devices USB Connectivity with Line 6 Devices 2) Download the latest version of Line 6 Monkey for your operating system from the Line 6 software page. Go to the following link for software downloads: Line 6 Software Downloads 3) You can leave the "product" set on "all", then select Monkey from the software dropdown menu. 4) Select your Operating system ("OS") from the next dropdown menu. For this installation we will select Windows XP. 5) Select "go" 6) The first program at the top of the page will be the latest version of Line 6 Monkey available for download. Select the "download now" icon to download the program to your computer. We recommend saving the installation file to your desktop so it is easy to find. 7) Once Monkey is downloaded you will need to install the program to your computer. double click the installation icon to see the following window, then select "Next": 8) Agree to the license by clicking on the "I agree" and select "next" 9) Select "Install" 10) Select "Next" when the installation is complete 11) Choose if you want the Monkey icon on your desktop and select "Next" 12) Select "Finish" to exit the installation process. When the installation is complete you will run Line 6 Monkey. Choose the hardware device you wish to update. Once you have selected the unit you will be prompted in the updates tab to download the appropriate software and drivers for your unit. See the following documents for driver installation information: Windows USB Device Driver Installation Mac USB Device Driver Installation When the drivers are installed you can connect your device via USB into the computer with an active internet connection. Monkey will tell you exactly what Line 6 software is installed in your computer and what firmware is installed in your Line 6 hardware product. If updates or optional software accessories are available online, the Monkey will let you know and give you the ability to perform an update or purchase the accessory from within this application. Be sure to keep all of your hardware and software updated at all times to avoid communication errors. Q: How do I restore a tone bundle (all the presets) via Monkey? 1) Launch Line 6 Monkey and ensure that all the software is up to date. Then select "Backup and Restore." For this example we will use a PODxt device. 2) Under Restore, select "load bundle" 3) Select the bundle you want to load, then select "open". 4) Monkey will ask if you want to replace the presets in your unit. Select "yes". 5) Wait for the patches to load, then select "OK" when the patches are loaded. Line 6 Monkey Troubleshooting Q: I'm trying to update my Line 6 device with my MIDI interface but Line 6 Monkey doesn't recognize my gear? A: When updating a Line 6 device via a MIDI interface, please ensure that you are using the latest drivers for the interface. These drivers can usually be downloaded from the web site of the interface's manufacturer. Line 6 advises you do this in order to ensure that the updates will go smoothly. Q: Line 6 Monkey will not connect to the internet so that I can do my updates. Monkey says that there is no connection to the internet even though I am connected and able to access the internet normally? A: There are a number of issues that can cause Line 6 Monkey to not be able to connect with the Line 6 servers. The biggest offenders are pop-up blockers and surfing anonymizers. Monkey uses specific information in the internet headers to verify the connection between our servers and your gear. The end result of using programs like "Ghost Surf" (a popular surfing anonymizer) is that they strip out this information. As a result, Line 6 Monkey and the Line 6 servers cannot agree that they have a valid connection available. If you are using the Ghost Surf program or a similar surfing anonymizer service, then you would need to temporarily disable this feature while you are using LINE 6 MONKEY. Most such programs have a way to specify a particular web domain as 'safe', and you may simply be able to tell the program that can be trusted. If not, however, you will have to consult the documentation for the software to determine how to disable it for use with Line 6 Monkey. If you are using a product called GHOST SURF - make sure you don't have the "eye" visible in the task bar. Right click on the "eye" and select "exit" to turn Ghost Surf off. If this doesn't help, it may be one of the background processes that Ghost Surf starts. Ghost Surf 2005 will start a process called Scheduler daemon.exe which can be stopped using the Windows Task Manager. You can open the Task Manager Window by hitting the CTRL-ALT-DEL keys at the same time. Just select the Scheduler daemon.exe process and click the "End Process" button. To restart the process, go to the Ghost Surf 2005 directory and double click on the Scheduler daemon icon which is a lightning bolt. You'll also want to check and see if you (or your ISP) are running proxies that are not up to date. You can check this in the Tools/Internet Options menu of your browser. Q: Which server port does Monkey access and how does it need to be configured? A:Your server connections need to have port 80 outbound. Another option is to use a proxy server. Q: Line 6 Monkey freezes while detecting MIDI devices and I have to close it out from Task Manager. Is it broken? A: There are some 'virtual' MIDI devices that don't react well to MIDI scans and can hang the system. Before running Line 6 Monkey, make sure that any drivers for non-physical MIDI devices (like virtual synths and the like) are disabled to avoid this problem. Q: Why does Line 6 Monkey ask me to register my device even after I already have? A: The program is set to constantly remind you to register your gear, so if you are not signed in you will be prompted to register. You can always select "Remind Me Later" to continue to Line 6 Monkey. Installation und F.A.Q. zur Line 6 Monkey Software Was ist Line 6 Monkey? Line 6 Monkey ist die intelligente Software zur Aktualisierung Ihrer Line 6 Hardware und Software. Mit welchen Computern ist Line 6 Monkey kompatibel? Die neuste Version des Line 6 Monkey ist kompatibel mit Windows XP, Windows Vista und Windows 7 außerdem mit Mac OS X 10.5.x Leopard und neuer. (Line 6 Monkey 1.50 und neuer unterstützen Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger oder Power PC Mac Computer NICHT.) Wie kann ich meine Line 6 Software mit Monkey aktualisieren? 1. Trennen Sie alle unwichtigen USB, Firewire und MIDI Geräte von Ihrem Computer. Schalten Sie alle unnötigen Programme ab und deaktivieren Sie Ihre Antivirus Software. Benutzen Sie niemals USB hubs während Sie Line 6 Produkte verwenden. Bitte folgen Sie diesen Links um mehr Informationen über das Verbinden von MIDI und USB Geräten an Ihren Computer zu erhalten: MIDI: Funktionalität, Kontrolle und Konnektivität mit Line 6 Geräten USB Konnektivität mit Line 6 Geräten 2. Laden Sie sich die neuste Version des Line 6 Monkey für Ihr Betriebssystem von unserer Software-Seite herunter. 3. Das erste Menü können Sie einfach auf "All products" stehen lassen, im zweiten wählen Sie Line 6 Monkey aus. 4. Wählen Sie dann im dritten Menü Ihr Betriebssytem aus. Für unser Beispiel wählen wir Windows XP. 5. Klicken Sie "Go". 6. Das erste Programm oben auf der Seite ist die neuste verfügbare Version von Line 6 Monkey. Klicken Sie "Download Now" um das Programm herunterzuladen. Wir empfehlen die Installationsdatei einfach auf den Desktop abzuspeichern, dort ist diese einfach zu finden. 7. Sobald Monkey heruntergeladen ist, können Sie es dann auf Ihren Computer installieren. Doppelklicken Sie die Installationsdatei und klicken Sie im sich öffnenden Fenster "Weiter". 8. Akzeptieren Sie im nächsten Fenster die Lizenz und klicken Sie dann auf "Weiter". 9. Klicken Sie "Installieren". 10. Klicken Sie am Ende der Installation auf "Weiter". 11. Machen Sie dann im nächsten Fenster ein Häkchen wenn Sie Monkey als Verknüpfung auf Ihrem Desktop haben wollen. 12. Klicken Sie nun auf "Beenden". Wenn die Installation dann abgeschlossen ist können Sie Line 6 Monkey starten. Wählen Sie das Gerät aus, welches Sie aktualisieren wollen. Sobald Sie das Gerät ausgewählt haben werden Ihnen im "Updates" Tab die Software und Treiber für Ihr Gerät angezeigt. Schauen Sie sich das folgende Dokument an für Informationen bezüglich der Treiber Installation: Windows USB Device Driver Installation Mac USB Device Driver Installation Wenn die Treiber nun installiert sind können Sie Ihr Gerät via USB an Ihren Computer (muss aktive Internetverbindung haben) anschliessen. Monkey kann Ihnen genau sagen, welche Line 6 Software auf Ihrem Computer installiert ist und welche Firmware Ihre Geräte haben. Sollten Updates oder zusätzliche Software verfügbar sein, wird Monkey Ihnen die Möglichkeit geben diese herunterzuladen bzw. zu kaufen. Bitte stellen Sie sicher, dass Hardware und Software immer auf dem neuesten Stand sind, um Kommunikationsfehler zu vermeiden. Wie kann ich ein "tone bundle" (mit den dazugehörigen Presets) via Monkey wiederherstellen? 1. Starten Sie Monkey und aktualisieren Sie jegliche Software. Klicken sie auf "Backup and Restore". In unserem Beispiel benutzen wir ein PODxt. 2. Unterhalb von "Restore" klicken Sie dann auf "Load Bundle..." 3. Wählen Sie das Bundle aus, welches Sie laden wollen und klicken Sie auf "Öffnen". 4. Monkey wird nachfragen, ob Sie die Presets in Ihrem Gerät überschreiben wollen, klicken Sie auf "Yes" 5. Warten Sie bis das Patch geladen ist und klicken Sie auf "OK". Line 6 Monkey: Fehlerbehebung: Ich versuche mein Line 6 Gerät per MIDI Interface zu aktualisieren aber Monkey erkennt das Gerät nicht. Was kann ich machen? Wenn Sie ein Line 6 Gerät über ein MIDI Interface aktualisieren wollen brauchen Sie immer den neusten Treiber für das Interface. Diese Treiber können meist von der Seite des Herstellers der MIDI Schnittstelle heruntergeladen werden. Dies sollten Sie tun damit Ihre Aktualisierung glattläuft. Line 6 Monkey verbindet sich nicht mit dem Internet damit ich meine Aktualisierungen durchführen kann. Monkey zeigt an, dass es keine Verbindung zum Internet gibt obwohl ich ganz normalen Zugriff auf mein Internet habe. Was kann ich tun? Es gibt mehrere Probleme, die dazu führen können, dass Line 6 Monkey nicht auf die Line 6 Server zugreifen kann. Die größten Sünder sind hier Pop-Up Blocker und Internet Anonymisierer. Monkey benutzt spezielle Informationen in den Internet-Headern um die Verbindung zwischen dem Server und Ihrem Gerät aufzubauen. Das Endresultat der Nutzung von Programmen wie "Ghost Surf" (ein bekannter Internet Anonymisierer) ist dann meist, dass diese Programme die benötigte Information abfangen und blockieren. So können dann Monkey und die Line 6 Server keine Verbindung aufbauen. Sollten Sie das Ghost Surf Programm oder ein Ähnliches benutzen, müssen Sie dieses während der Nutzung von Monkey abschalten. Die meisten, dieser Programme haben auch eine Option um bestimmte Webseiten als "sicher" zu markieren. So können Sie eventuell über diese Optione als sicher markieren ohne Ihr Programm abzuschalten. Sollten Sie das Programm "Ghost Surf" installiert haben und unten rechts in der Taskbar ein "Auge" sehen, rechtsklicken Sie dieses und klicken auf "Exit" um Ghost Surf zu schließen. Sollte dies nicht helfen könnte es auch einer der Prozesse von Ghost Surf sein, die im Hintergrund laufen. Ghost Surf 2005 startet einen Prozess namens Scheduler daemon.exe, welcher per Task Manager beendet werden kann. Öffnen Sie den Task Manager indem Sie CTRL-ALT-DEL gleichzeitig auf Ihrer Tastatur drücken. Rechtsklicken Sie die Scheduler daemon.exe und klicken sie auf "Prozess beenden". Um den Prozess neuzustarten gehen Sie in den Ghost Surf 2005 Ordner und doppelklicken Sie die Scheduler daemon.exe die mit einem Blitz dargestellt ist. Außerdem sollten Sie überprüfen ob Sie oder Ihr Internetanbieter nicht aktuelle Proxies benutzen. Überprüfen Sie dies anhand der Internet Optionen Ihres Internet Browsers. Welchen Server Port benutzt Monkey und wie muss dies konfiguriert werden? Ihre Internetverbindung muss den Port 80 geöffnet haben. Eine andere Option ist die Nutzung eines Proxy Servers. Line 6 Monkey hängt sich während der Erkennung eines MIDI Gerätes auf und ich muss es anhand des Task Managers schließen. Ist Monkey hinüber? Es gibt verschiedene "virtuelle" MIDI Geräte, die nicht gut auf MIDI Scans reagieren und so Ihr System aufhängen. Bevor Sie Line 6 Monkey starten sollten Sie versuchen alle Treiber für nicht-physische MIDI Geräte auf Ihrem Computer abgeschaltet sind um dieses Problem zu umgehen. (Ein virtuelles MIDI Gerät wäre z.B. ein virtueller Synthesizer) Warum will Line 6 Monkey, dass ich mein Gerät registriere obwohl ich dies schon getan habe? Das Programm ist so eingestellt, dass es kontinuierlich versucht Sie daran zu erinnern Line 6 Geräte zu registrieren. Wenn Sie also nicht eingeloggt sind wird es Ihnen dieses Registrierungsfenster öffnen. Sie können jedoch immer auf "Remind Me Later" klicken um weiter zu Line 6 Monkey zu kommen. Installation et foire de questions Line 6 Monkey: Qu'est-ce que c'est Line 6 Monkey? Line 6 Monkey est un logiciel intelligent pour la mise à jour de votre logiciel et hardware Line 6. Avec lesquels ordinateurs est-ce que Line 6 Monkey est compatible? Las version nouvelle de Monkey est compatible ave Windows XP, Windows Vista et Windows 7 mais aussi avec Mac OS X 10.5.x Leopard et plus récent. (Line 6 Monkey 1.50 et plus récent NE soutiennent PAS Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger ou Mac Power PC.) Comment est-ce que je peux mettre à jour mes logiciels avec Monkey? 1. Détachez tous les appareils USB, Firewire et MIDI inutiles de votre ordinateur. Éteignez tous les programmes inutiles et désactivez votre logiciel Antivirus. N'utilisez jamais un hub USB avec les appareils Line 6. Veuillez cliquer ces liens pour plus d'information sur la connexion des appareils USB et MIDI avec votre ordinateur: MIDI: Fonctionnalité, contrôle et connectivité avec les appareils Line 6 Connexion USB avec les appareils Line 6 2. Téléchargez la version plus récente de Line 6 Monkey de notre site web des logiciels. 3. Vous pouvez laisser le premier menu sur "All products", choisissez "Line 6 Monkey" pour le deuxième. 4. Choisissez pour le troisième menu votre système d'exploitation. Nous choisissons Windows XP pour cet exemple. 5. Cliquez "Go". 6. Le premier logiciel en haut est la version la plus récente du Line 6 Monkey. Cliquez "Download Now" pour télécharger le logiciel. Nous recommandons d'enregistrer le programme sur le bureau parce-que c'est très facile de le trouver la. 7. Si vous avez téléchargé Monkey, vous le pouvez installer sur votre ordinateur. Double-cliquez le fichier d'installation et cliquez "Suivant". 8. Acceptez la licence dans la fenêtre prochaine et cliquez "Suivant". 9. Cliquez "Installer". 10. À la fin vous devez encore une fois "Suivant". 11. Cochez si vous voulez avoir Monkey comme raccourci sur votre bureau. 12. Cliquez "Terminer". Si l'installation est complète, vous pouvez démarrer Line 6 Monkey. Choisissez l'appareil sue vous voulez mettre à jour. Si vous l'avez choisis, vous pouvez voir tous les mises à jour et logiciels pour cet appareil dans l'onglet "Updates". Veuillez lire le document ci-dessous pour les informations supplémentaires sur l'installation des pilotes. Windows USB Device Driver Installation Mac USB Device Driver Installation Si les pilotes sont installés, vous pouvez connecter l'appareil via USB à votre ordinateur. (Cet ordinateur doit avoir une connexion internet active.) Monkey peut vous dire exactement quel logiciel Line 6 est installé sur votre ordi et quelle firmware vos appareils possèdent. Si des mises à jour ou du logiciel supplémentaires sont disponibles, Monkey vous notifie et vous donne la possibilité de les télécharger et installer. (Respectivement acheter si c'est du logiciel supplémentaire.) Veuillez avoir votre logiciel et hardware toujours à jour pour éviter des erreurs de communication. Comment est-ce que je peux restaurer un "tone bundle" via Monkey? 1. Démarrez Monkey et mettez votre logiciel à jour. Cliquez "Backup and Restore". Nous utilisons un PODxt pour l'exemple. 2. Au-dessous du bouton "Restore", cliquez "Load Bundle…" 3.Choisissez votre bundle et cliquez "Ouvrir". 4. Monkey vous pose la question si vous voulez remplacer les presets dans votre appareil. Cliquez "Yes". 5. Attendez jusqu'à ce que le patch soit installé et cliquez "OK". Line 6 Monkey: Résolution des problèmes: Si j'essaye de mettre à jour mon appareil connecté via une interface MIDI, Monkey ne reconnait pas mon appareil. Qu'est-ce que je peux faire? Si vous voulez mettre à jour un appareil via une interface MIDI, vous avez besoin du pilote plus nouveau de l'interface MIDI. Vous pouvez trouver ce pilote généralement sur le site web du fabricant de l'interface. Faites ça pour le bon fonctionnement de la mise à jour. Line 6 Monkey ne se connecte pas à l'internet. Je ne peux pas faire mes mises à jour. Monkey dis qu'il n'a aucune connexion à l'internet mais je le peux utiliser normalement. Qu'est-ce que je peux faire? Si Line 6 Monkey ne peut se connecter au serveur Line 6, ce peut venir de plusieurs problèmes. Les problèmes les plus connus sont les bloqueurs Pop-Up et les anonymiseurs internet. Monkey utilise des informations spécifiques de la tête internet pour connecter le serveur avec votre appareil. Le résultat d'utilisation des programmes comme "Ghost Surf" (un anonymiseur connu) est généralement que ces programmes bloquent les informations requises de Monkey. Comme-ça Monkey et le Line 6 serveur ne peuvent pas établir une connexion. Si vous utilisez Ghost Surf ou un programme similaire, vous le devez éteindre pendant vous utilisez Monkey. La plupart de ces programmes a une option pour marquer des sites web comme "sûre". Comme-ça vous pouvez marquer dans cette option. Si vous avez installé Ghost Surf, vous pouvez voir un œil en droite inférieure, dans la barre des tâches. Faites un clic droit sur l'œil et cliquez "Exit" pour éteindre Ghost Surf. Si cette action n'aide pas, c'est possible que Ghost Surf ait un processus ouvert en arrière-plan. Ghost Surf 2005 démarre un processus appelé Scheduler daemon.exe. Vous pouvez terminer ce processus en utilisant le gestionnaire des tâches. Ouvrez l'en cliquant CTRL-ALT-DEL en même temps. Faites un clic droit sur le processus et cliquer "terminer le processus". Pour redémarrer le processus, vous devez double-cliquer le Scheduler daemon.exe dans le dossier de Ghost Surf 2005. Vérifiez si vous ou votre FAI utilisent un Proxy pas à jour. Vérifiez ça avec les options internet dans votre navigateur internet. Quel port de serveur est-ce que Monkey utilise et comment est-ce que je le configure? Votre connexion internet doit avoir le port 80 ouvert. Une autre option est l'utilisation d'un serveur proxy. Line 6 Monkey se plante pendant la reconnaissance d'un appareil MIDI et je le doit fermer avec le gestionnaire de tâches. Est-ce que Monkey est cassé? Il y en a des appareils MIDI "virtuels" qui ne répondent pas bien à un scan MIDI et bloquent votre système. Avant de démarrer Monkey, désactivez tous les pilotes des appareils MIDI non physique sur votre ordinateur pour contourner ce problème. (Un appareil MIDI virtuel sera un appareil comme un synthétiseur virtuel.) Pourquoi est-ce que Line 6 Monkey veut que j'enregistre mon appareil même si je l'ai déjà fait? Le programme est configuré de sorte qu'il vous rappelle tout le temps d'enregistrer vos appareils Line 6. Si vous n'êtes pas connecté à votre compte, le programme ouvre cette fenêtre d'enregistrement. Vous pouvez toujours cliquer sur "Remind Me Later" pour passer à Monkey.
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