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  1. Getting a weird modulated vibrating echo when playing bass through garageband while use the UX1 as midi input. Problem occurs off and on. Tried different cables and different amps through garageband. Some times happens to guitar as well. Using PodFarm 2.56 and all drivers have been updated
  2. I'm having issues with volume from different sources back to the headphones out on my hd500x. I would like to simultaneously output to headphones attached to the hd500x: Guitar (guitar in on hd500x) Mic (mic xlr in on hd500x) Mac Mini (via USB to hd500x) including iTunes, drum machine software, recording software Occasionally, iPad drum machine (via CD/MP3 In) The problem is all volume levels coming from my Mac are unbearably loud. I've tried dropping my Mac volume controls as low as possible but it takes away all balancing control. My volume and master volume and guitar volumes are all set at near max volume. I have looked for input volume options on both the hd500x and my mac to no avail. Any help is appreciated. My only thought at this point is to get a second mixer to run the Mac and HD500x through and then plug the headphones or monitors into that. Thanks, Scott
  3. I haven't used the UX2 for over a year. I have a new Mac and use Garageband. I have downloaded everything new that I can from the Line6 site - Gearbox, Monkey, drivers. Admittedly, I don't really know what Monkey or drivers means, but I've installed everything that I can and tried to follow instructions. No luck. The UX2 red lights are now solid, not flashing, but no sound comes through. Gearbox doesn't recognise it - there is a flashing usb plug symbol. Garageband doesn't recognise it - there's no options for it in the Preferences. Can anyone help? Cheers, Rasjad
  4. Hello Everyone, my first time posting to the forums. I've done a quick search on this and haven't found anything that gave any answers to my question....but sorry if this has been already answered and I just overlooked it. Anyway.... I recently purchased a Spider Jam combo amp and been trying to figure out how to connect the damn thing to my brand shiny new Macbook Pro? Do I need to go through the SD Card, or is there some sort of wires/cables like USB I could use? As for software on my Mac (OS X 10.8.4), for right now I'm just gonna use Garage Band. Mainly what I'm hoping to do is record my guitar to some of the backing tracks provided on the amp, and then share them with my Guitar Instructor. Any help or info about this would be greatly appreciated :)
  5. Deutsch Français In order for your computer to recognize your device when you are connected via USB, you will first need to install the appropriate drivers. Here is what you will need to do to install drivers on a Mac computer: 1) Download and launch the latest version of Line 6 Monkey, which is your intelligent updater program for Line 6 gear. See the following link for more information on Line 6 Monkey: Line 6 Monkey Installation and F.A.Q. 2) Turn off all other programs and disconnect all non-essential USB and Firewire devices (printers, cameras, mp3 players, etc.) from the computer (USB mouse and keyboard can be an exception if you do not have an alternative). 3) Launch Line 6 Monkey. If your unit is not connected (or there are no previous drivers installed), Monkey will ask you to choose the Line 6 device you wish to configure. For this tutorial we will select a Line 6 Guitarport from the dropdown menu. 4) In the Updates tab, highlight Drivers and select "Update Selection" on the right hand side of Line 6 Monkey's user interface. 5) Monkey will connect to the Line 6 server and download the appropriate drivers for your Line 6 device. If you receive the following message you can select "Remind me later" to continue the installation. 6) After the drivers are downloaded, Line 6 Monkey will exit so the Driver Install program can run. Select "OK". 7) Select "Continue" to move to the next section. 8) Select "Continue" to move to the next section. 9) Select "Continue" to move to the next section. 10) Select "Agree" to move to the next section. 11) Select "Install" to install the Line 6 drivers to your hard drive. 12) Enter your administrative user name and password to install the drivers, then select "OK". 13) Select "restart" to restart you computer and begin using your Line 6 Hardware. If your driver install was unsuccessful, please see the following link for further assistance. Computer System Audio Optimization Mac: USB Geräte: Treiberinstallation: Damit Ihr Computer Ihr Line 6 Gerät erkennt wenn Sie es per USB anschließen müssen Sie erst passende Treiber installieren. Um nun Treiber auf Ihrem Windows Computer zu installieren müssen sie folgende Schritte durchführen: 1. Laden Sie sich die neuste Version der Line 6 Monkey Software herunter und installieren Sie diese. Line 6 Monkey ist das Programm, welches Ihre Line 6 Produkte aktualisiert. Für weitere Informationen, klicken Sie folgenden Link: Installation und F.A.Q. zur Line 6 Monkey Software 2. Schließen Sie alle unnötigen Programme und trennen Sie nicht unbedingt nötige USB- und Firewire Geräte von Ihrem Computer. (Drucker, Kameras, MP3 Player,...) 3. Starten Sie Line 6 Monkey. Wenn Ihr Gerät nicht verbunden ist (oder noch keine Treiber installiert sind) wird Monkey Sie nach dem Gerät fragen, welches Sie konfigurieren wollen. Für diese Anleitung werden wir Line 6 Guitarport auswählen. 4. Im "Updates" Tab wählen Sie nun "Drivers" aus und klicken auf "Update Selection" auf der rechten Seite des Interfaces. 5. Monkey verbindet sich nun mit unserem Server und lädt die richtigen Treiber für Ihr Line 6 Gerät herunter. Sollten Sie folgende Nachricht erhalten klicken Sie auf später... 6. Nachdem die Treiber heruntergeladen sind wird sich Monkey schließen und die Treiber Installationssoftware starten. Klicken Sie OK. 7. Klicken Sie auf "Weiter" um zur nächsten Sektion zu gelangen. 8. Klicken Sie auf "Weiter" um zur nächsten Sektion zu gelangen. 9. Klicken Sie auf "Weiter" um zur nächsten Sektion zu gelangen. 10. Klicken Sie auf akzeptieren um zur nächsten Sektion zu gelangen. 11. Klicken Sie auf "Installieren" um die Line 6 Treiber zu installieren. 12. Geben Sie Ihren Benutzernamen und Passwort ein um die Treiber zu installieren. Klicken Sie dann auf "OK". 13. Klicken Sie dann auch neustarten um den Computer neu zu starten. Sollte die Installation nicht erfolgreich gewesen sein, klicken Sie auf den folgenden Link für weitere Hilfestellung. Audio Optimierung für Computer Systeme Windows: Appareil USB: Installation des pilotes: Pour que votre ordinateur puisse reconnaître l'appareil Line 6 que vous voulez connecter, il a besoin des pilotes. Pour installer des pilotes, vous devez procéder comme-ça: 1. Téléchargez et installez la version la plus récente du logiciel Line 6 Monkey. Line 6 Monkey est le programme qui met vos produits Line 6 à jour. Pour recevoir des informations supplémentaires, utilisez ce lien: Installation et foire de questions Line 6 Monkey 2. Fermez tous les programmes inutiles et détachez les appareils USB et Firewire inutiles de votre ordinateur. (Imprimante, caméra, lecteur mp3,…) 3. Démarrez Line 6 Monkey. Si votre appareil n'est pas encore connecté (ou aucun pilote est installé) Line 6 Monkey vous demande l'appareil vous voulez configurer. Nous choisissons Line 6 Guitarport pour ce tutoriel. 4. Dans le tab "Updates" cliquez "Update Selection" à gauche de l'interface. 5. Maintenant, Line 6 Monkey se connecte à nos serveurs et télécharge les pilotes correctes pour votre appareil Line 6. Si vous recevez cette message, cliquez rappelez-moi. 6. Après ce téléchargement a fini, Monkey se ferme et ouvre l'installation de pilotes. Cliquez OK. 7. Cliquez "Suivant" pour continuer. 8. Cliquez "Suivant" pour continuer. 9. Cliquez "Suivant" pour continuer. 10. Cliquez "J'accepte" pour continuer. 11. Cliquez "Installer" pour installer l'appareil Line 6. 12. Entrez votre nom d'utilisateur et mot de passe pour installer les pilotes. Cliquez sur "OK". 13. Cliquez "Redémarrer" pour redémarrer l'ordinateur. Si votre installation des pilotes a échoué, veuillez utiliser ce lien pour recevoir d'assistance supplémentaire: Optimisation audio pour l'ordinateur
  6. I just got the POD Studio UX2 as a gift, and have been very excited to use it. Unfortunately, after setting it up onto my MacBook Pro, it hasn't been working right. I downloaded POD Farm and all of the software I needed, authorized my laptop and UX2, as well as installed all the drivers with Monkey so it's up to date. When I plug my UX2 into my MacBook, and my strat into my UX2, its two dials will light up fine, and POD Farm picks up the guitar's signal (I can tune it and the output meters will jump around when I strum). The problem is that it stops working after that. I get no sound out of POD Farm or any recordings I make on Garageband. When I use Garageband to record a line, sometimes it will pick up the guitar from the UX2, sometimes it won't, but regardless, no sound will play back when the UX2 is plugged in or unplugged. I have watched a few videos on setting up the UX2, and followed the instructions, which make perfect sense, but I'm still not getting results. I have switched the preferences on Garageband so that the UX2 is selected for audio output and input. Any help would be greatly appreciated!! I just want to get to recording some music
  7. Q: I am receiving a java error when I try to run Line 6 Edit 3.0 or Workbench 1.5 on Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7/8? A: Line 6 Edit and Workbench require Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 5 to operate correctly, and will experience a "Java Error" if JRE 5 is not detected on the computer. You can manually download and install JRE 5 from the following location on the Sun Microsystems website: JRE 5.0 Update 22 Download Page . Please note: This workaround pertains to 32 bit Windows OS installations only and will not work with 64 bit Windows OS installations. The Mac legacy installers are found at https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1572?locale=en_US
  8. I am running Mac OS 10.7.5. I would like to buy a new Line 6 Pod Studio UX1 or UX2, but have read about compatibility issues. Can anyone confirm for me whether the products in question will run with 10.7.5 (Lion). thank you
  9. I just got the Studio GX unit. The USB one. Cool ... installed the Farm software, and it's running fine when I play guitar. But then I put the guitar away and decided to get on with some work. Figured I'd play my iTunes through the POD device as it's output to the speakers. It keeps stuttering and cutting out for a split second here and there. I'm using the following Brand new installation (done this morning) of Mac OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.3. ALL the latest updates done from Apple. Apple Macbook Pro with Retina. 2.6ghz Quad Core i7, 16GB Ram, 512GB SSD. Barely anything on it. All drivers are the latest from Line 6 website. I do not understand why it's so juddery. I'm a designer and using Photoshop, yet I was using an M-Audio Fasttrack (just as cheap!) before and it never once stuttered on me no matter what I threw at it. All I'm doing is listening to songs in iTunes. Any ideas? Is anyone else aware of this problem? It's put a bad taste in my mouth and part of me is worried I bought it.... Thanks!
  10. Howdy Folks, I've had this issue for a while (1 year +), but recently bought a new Mac which I was hoping would solve it, however, no solutions as yet. I'm using a Toneport UX8 with a 2013 iMac, along with Pod Farm 2.5. My preferred Audio Format is 48khz, yet when I go into the Audio/MIDI set up on OSX and change the default to 48khz, it does not save and every time I reboot the computer I have to reset it to my preferred choice. Does anyone have a solution to this yet? Cheers, ED.
  11. Starting with Mac OS X driver 5.1.2, our Mac drivers for our products are compatible with Intel Macs only. Unfortunately, it isn't practical for us to continiue to support platforms such as Power PC that the manufacturer (Apple) no longer supports. Please continue to use driver 4.7.1 for Power PC systems (last driver release for Power PC systems). We apologize for any inconvenience this causes.
  12. Deutsch Français To uninstall the Line 6 Drivers from a MAC OSX computer, use the Line 6 Driver Uninstaller that is located on the computer at following file location: Applications/Line 6/Drivers/Driver uninstaller If you have used the Driver Uninstaller and still cannot succesfully install drivers or Monkey is not recognizing them as being installed, you will need to remove the remaining driver receipts using the Terminal application that is located on the computer at the following file location: Applications/Utilities Launch the Terminal application and type the following commands at the prompt: sudo pkgutil --forget com.line6.driver.xtaudio.package (then press the enter key) Enter your Mac OSX account password. Please Note: you will NOT see the cursor acknowledge any characters being input; you will need to type your system password correctly and hit "Enter". sudo pkgutil --forget com.line6.driver.xtmidi.package (then press the enter key) After entering in all of the commands above, close the Terminal application and restart your computer. Upon restarting the computer try again to install the latest version of our drivers available from our software page at: http://line6.com/software/ After the computer has restarted, reconnect the Line 6 hardware and open the Line 6 Monkey application again to check and see if your drivers are detected and up to date. Deinstallation von Line 6 Treibern auf einem Mac OS X: Um Line 6 Treiber von einem Mac OS X Computer zu entfernen müssen Sie die Line 6 Driver Uninstaller Software benutzen, welche an dieser Stelle zu finden ist: Programme/Line 6/Drivers/Driver Uninstaller Wenn Sie den Driver Uninstaller bereits benutzt haben und können immernoch keine Treiber erfolgreich installieren oder Monkey erkennt diese nicht als installiert, dann müssen Sie die übrigen Treiberreste anhand des Terminals von Ihrem Computer entfernen. Das Terminal können Sie hier finden: Programme/Dienstprogramme Starten Sie das Terminal Programm und geben Sie Folgendes ein: Sudo pkgutil --forget com.line6.driver.xtaudio.package (drücken Sie dann auf Enter) Geben Sie nun Ihr Mac Passwort ein. Achtung, der Kursor wird Ihnen nicht anzeigen, dass Sie eine Eingabe tätigen; geben Sie Ihr Passwort korrekt ein und drücken Sie Enter) Sudo pkgutil --forget com.line6.driver.xtmidi.package (drücken Sie dann auf Enter) Nachdem Sie diese Befehle eingegeben haben müssen Sie das Terminal schließen und Ihren Computer neustarten. Nachdem Sie ihn neugestartet haben können Sie noch einmal versuchen die neuste Version der Treiber zu installieren. Laden Sie diese hier herunter: http://de.line6.com/software/ Nachdem Sie Ihren Computer neugestartet haben können Sie Ihr Gerät wieder mit dem Computer verbinden, Line 6 Monkey öffnen und überprüfen ob Ihre Treiber auf dem neusten Stand sind. Désinstallation des pilotes Line 6 sur Mac OS X: Pour désinstaller des pilotes Line 6 de votre ordinateur Mac OS X, vous devez utiliser le logiciel Line 6 Driver Uninstaller qui est situé à cet emplacement: Applications/Line 6/Drivers/Driver uninstaller Si vous avez utilisé le Driver Uninstaller mais vous ne pouvez toujours pas installer des pilotes avec Monkey ou il ne les reconnaît pas comme installés, vous avez besoin de supprimer les pilotes en utilisant le Terminal, qui est situé à : Applications/Utilitaires Démarrez l'application "Terminal" et entrez ceci: Sudo pkgutil --forget com.line6.driver.xtaudio.package (poussez "Entrée") Entrez votre mot de passé Mac. Veuillez noter s'il vous plaît: le curseur ne vous montre pas que vous entrez des caractères. Entrez le mot de passe correctement et poussez "Entrée". Sudo pkgutil --forget com.line6.driver.xtmidi.package (poussez "Entrée") Après vous avez entré ces commandes, fermez le Terminal et redémarrez l'ordinateur. Après vous avez redémarré, essayez d'installer les versions les plus récentes des pilotes disponibles de notre site web: http://fr.line6.com/software/ Après l'ordinateur a redémarré, reconnectez l'appareil Line 6 et ouvrez Line 6 Monkey pour vérifier si vos pilotes sont détectés et à jour.
  13. Deutsch Français To Save a Preset to your Computer: - Double-click on a Preset within the application’s main Presets Panel or Set Lists View to load it and then select “Save As” from the File menu. This launches the familiar Mac® or Windows® file “Save As” window, where you can edit the file name and choose a destination folder. By default, all .h5e files are saved to: • Mac® - /Documents/Line 6/Tones/POD HD500 Edit folder • Windows® - \My Documents\Line 6\Tones\POD HD500 Edit folder It is also possible to drag any Preset directly from the main Presets Panel or Set Lists View and drop it onto your Desktop, or into any folder on your computer to copy it there. Or, select multiple Presets to drag and Save copies of each in one drop! To Save a Bundle to your Computer: - Go to the File menu and select “Save Bundle As” to launch a “Save As” dialog, where you can enter a name and choose any folder to save the Bundle file. By default, all .h5b files are saved to: • Mac® - /Documents/Line 6/Tones/POD HD500 Edit/Bundles folder • Windows® - \My Documents\Line 6\Tones\POD HD500 Edit\Bundles folder Note that the Save Bundle feature always includes all Set Lists & Presets, regardless of any Preset(s) that might be selected within the Set Lists or Presets Panel. To Save a Set List to your Computer: - Go to the File menu and select “Save Set List As” to launch a “Save As” dialog, where you can enter a name and choose any folder to save the file. By default, all .h5s files are saved to: • Mac® - /Documents/Line 6/Tones/POD HD500 Edit/Setlists folder • Windows® - \My Documents\Line 6\Tones\POD HD500 Edit\Setlists folder Note that the Save Set List feature always includes all the Set List’s 64 Presets, regardless of any Preset(s) that might be selected within the Presets or Set List Panel. To Open a Preset, Bundle or Set List File from your Computer Opening any of these files loads the file Preset(s) into the editor application. Note that these are loaded in the application as “edited” and the Preset title and settings on your connected POD HD500 are not overwritten until you choose to “send” them to your device, as described below. To open a Preset - Select “Open” from the application’s File menu and browse to the location where your Preset (.h5e) files are stored (the default Preset folder locations are shown above). Selecting a Preset file loads its saved settings, replacing the currently loaded Preset and its Channel location within the application. To open a Bundle - Select “Open Bundle” from the application’s File menu and browse to the location where your Bundle (.h5b) files are stored (the default Bundle folder locations are shown above). Selecting a Bundle file loads its full set of all 8 Set Lists and their Presets, replacing all the currently loaded Presets within the application. To open a Set List - Select “Open Set List” from the application’s File menu and browse to the location where your Set List (.h5s) files are stored (the default Set List folder locations are shown above). Selecting a Set List file loads its full set 64 Presets, replacing all the currently loaded Presets within the currently loaded Set List within the application. Alternatively, you can drag a Preset, Bundle or Set List file from any folder on your computer and drop it directly in the POD HD500 Edit window to load the file’s settings. (Dragging and dropping a Preset or Set List replaces the currently loaded Preset or Set List in the application.) Use the Save Panel options to “Send” the desired Selected Presets/Set List/All to your connected POD HD500 device’s internal memory. This action permanently overwrites the respective Presets within your device’s internal memory. Um ein Preset auf Ihren Computer abzuspeichern... ...doppelklicken Sie ein Preset im Presets Panel oder Set Lists View Hauptfenster des Programmes um das Preset zu laden und klicken Sie dann aus Save As (speichern als) im File (Datei) Menu. Dann sollte sich ein Fenster zum Abspeichern der Datei öffnen. Hier können Sie dann Dateiname und Speicherort auswählen. Standerdmäßig werden .h5e Deteien hier abgespeichert: Mac: /Documents/Line 6/Tones/POD HD500 Edit Windows: \Dokumente\Line 6\Tones\POD HD500 Edit Sie können außerdem Presets einfach aus den Presets Panel oder Set Lists View Fenstern auf Ihren Desktop oder in einen anderen Ordner ziehen um dieses dorthin zu kopieren. Zudem können Sie mehrere Presets gleichzeitig markieren und alle zusammen in einen Ordner ziehen. Um ein Bundle auf Ihren Computer abzuspeichern... ...klicken Sie im File (Datei) Menu auf Save Bundle As und wählen Sie dann Dateiname sowie Speicherort des Bundles aus. Bundledateien .h5b werden standardmäßig hier abgespeichert: Mac: /Documents/Line 6/Tones/POD HD500 Edit/Bundles Windows: \Dokumente\Line 6\Tones\POD HD500 Edit\Bundles Per Save Bundle werden alle Set Lists und Presets abgespeichert egal welche Sie in den Fenstern Set Lists oder Preset Panel ausgewählt haben. Um eine Set List auf Ihren Computer abzuspeichern... ...klicken Sie im File (Datei) Menu auf Save Set List As, wählen Sie dann Dateiname und Speicherort aus. Standerdmäßig werden Set List Dateien .h5s in diesem Ordner abgespeichert: Mac: /Documents/Line 6/Tones/POD HD500 Edit/Setlists Windows: \Dokumente\Line 6\Tones\POD HD500 Edit\Setlists Per Save Set List warden alle 64 Presets der Set List abgespeichert, egal welche Presets in den beiden Fenstern ausgewählt sind. Um ein Preset, Bundle oder eine Set List auf dem Computer zu öffnen: Presets, die ine die Software geladen werden, werden als Edited angzeigt, was bedeutet, dass Preset und Eisntellungen auf dem verbundenen POD HD500 noch nicht überschrieben sind. Dies geschieht erst wenn Sie auf Send drücken, um das Preset an den HD500 zu schicken. Um ein Preset zu öffnen drücken Sie auf Open im File Menu des Programmes und suchen dann nach der Datei (.h5e). Der standard Speicherort dieser Dateien ist oben angegeben. Das Laden eines Presets ersetzt das derzeit geladene Preset im Editor und ersetzt dieses, sowie übernimmt dessen Platz im Kanal. Um ein Bundle zu öffnen drücken Sie auf Open Bundle im Datei Menu. Suchen Sie dann nach der Datei (.h5b). Der standard Speicherort dieser Dateien ist oben angegeben. Die Auswahl eines Bundles lädt das komplette Set von 8 Set Lists und deren Presets. Alles geladenen Set Lists werden ersetzt. Um eine Set List zu öffnen drücken Sie auf Open Set List im File Menu und suchen dann nach der Datei (.h5s). Der standard Speicherort dieser Dateien ist oben angegeben. Die Auswahl einer Set List Datei lädt alle 64 Presets und diese ersetzen alle Presets im derzeit geladenen Set List. Alternativ können Sie all diese Dateien einfach in das Hauptfenster ziehen um diese zu laden. Benutzen Sie dann einfach die Send Funktion im Save Panel um die gewünschten Presets, Set Lists auf dem POD HD500 abzuspeichern. Dies überschreibt alle entsprechenden Presets, die auf dem POD HD500 abgespeichert sind. L’enregistrement d’un preset sur votre ordinateur: Double-cliquez un Preset dans la fenêtre Presets ou Set List View de l’application pour charger un ficher et cliquez Save As dans le menu File. Cette action ouvre la fenêtre « enregistrer sous » normale, ici vous pouvez choisir un nom pour le fichier et le dossier de destination. Par défaut, tous les fichiers .h5e sont enregistrés sous : Mac : /Documents/Line 6/Tones/POD HD500 Edit Windows : \Mes Documents\Line 6\Tones\POD HD500 Edit Vous pouvez aussi glisser-déposer un Preset des fenêtres Preset ou Set List View sur votre bureau ou un autre dossier sur l’ordinateur. Vous pouvez aussi choisir plusieurs presets et glisser-déposer tous ceux en même temps. Pour enregistrer un paquet de presets (bundle) : Cliquez File et sélectez « Save Bundle As » pour lancer une fenêtre d’enregistrer sous. Les fichiers paquets .h5b sont enregistrés sous : Mac: /Documents/Line 6/Tones/POD HD500 Edit/Bundles Windows: \Mes Documents\Line 6\Tones\POD HD500 Edit\Bundles Si vous enregistrés les paquets, un paquet inclus tous les Set List et Presets indépendamment des presets sélectes dans les deux fenêtres Set Lists et Presets Panel. Pour enregistrer un Set List sur votre ordinateur : Appuyez sur File et sélectez « Save Set List As » pour lancer une fenêtre d’enregistrement. Choisissez un nome et une destination pour le fichier. Par défaut, les fichiers .h5s sont enregistrés sous : Mac : /Documents/Line 6/Tones/POD HD500 Edit/Setlists Windows: \Mes Documents\Line 6\Tones\POD HD500 Edit\Setlists L’option Save Set List toujours contient tous les 64 presets indépendamment des presets sélectés dans Presets ou Set List Panel. Pour ouvrir un Preset, Bundle ou Set List de votre ordinateur : Si vous ouvrez un de ces fichiers, les Presets sont chargés dans l’application éditeur. Ces Presets chargés sont marqués comme « Edited » (édité) et le presets n’est pas encore enregistré sur le POD HD500, donc n’ont pas encore écrasés les presets sur l’appareil. Cliquez « Send » pour les envoyer au POD HD500. Ouvrir un preset : Cliquez Open dans le menu File et cherchez le fichier que vous voulez ouvrir (vous pouvez trouver le dossier par défaut des presets au-dessus) et double-cliquez ce fichier. Ouvrir un paquet : Cliquez Open Bundle dans le menu File et cherchez pour le paquet. (vous pouvez trouver le dossier par défaut des paquets au-dessus) et double-cliquez-le. Ouvrir un Set List : Cliquez Open Set List dans le menu File et cherchez pour la liste. (vous pouvez trouver le dossier par défaut des listes au-dessus) et double-cliquez-la. Vous pouvez aussi glisser-déposer tous ces fichier directement dans l’application. Si vous glissez-déposez un fichier comme ça, le preset ou set liste présent dans l’application est écrasé. Maintenant, vous pouvez utiliser les options Save Panel pour envoyer (« Send ») les presets et listes à l’appareil POD HD500. Cette action écrase le preset dans la mémoire de votre POD HD en permanence.
  14. These step-by-step instructions show how to install the necessary software to your Macintosh computer and properly connect your Line 6 device. This document will provide a great deal of information in terms of compatibility with your computer/audio hardware & software. Click on the hyperlinks to provide more information if you have questions on how to complete a step. 1: Create a Line 6 user account: Creating a Line 6 Account 2: Register your Line 6 device(s): Product Registration F.A.Q. Registering and Activating Line 6 Devices 3: Complete a support profile to provide Line 6 with a snapshot of your computer and overall setup: Create a support file This document assumes you have a reliable internet connection. Please see the following link if you have dial-up or satellite internet service: Unsupported Internet Connections: Satellite and Dial-up 4: See the following links MIDI and USB connectivity BEFORE installating your software or connecting your device: USB Connectivity with Line 6 Devices MIDI: Functionality, Control, and Connectivity with Line 6 devices 5: Optimize your computer to work with Line 6 gear by using the following information: Computer System Audio Optimization Downloading/Installing Software & Connecting Your Line 6 Device 6: See the following link for the hardware/sofware compatability chart to determine which software your device needs: Line 6 Software/Hardware Compatibility Chart Gearbox Installations: Please go the following link to download/install the Gearbox software installer, which also includes the Line 6 monkey intelligent updater and recent drivers for your Line 6 product. Gearbox installation Download GearBox 3.72 Release Notes & Known Issues POD Farm Installations: Please go the following link to download/install the POD Farm software installer, which also includes the Line 6 monkey intelligent updater and recent drivers for your Line 6 product. POD Farm 1.12 installation Download POD Farm 1.12: Release Notes and Known Issues POD Farm 2 Installations: Please go the following link to download/install the POD Farm 2.0 software installer, which also includes the Line 6 monkey intelligent updater and recent drivers for your Line 6 product. Please note that this is a paid upgrade that requires a license for many Line 6 products. POD Farm 2.5 installation Download POD Farm 2.5 Setup POD Farm 2.0 Upgrade Paths 7: See the following link for downloading and using Line 6 Monkey to install the drivers. The Line 6 Edit, Vyzex, Spider Edit, and Spider Valve Edit software programs require Line 6 Monkey to be downloaded separately and have the drivers manually installed. Line 6 Monkey Installation and F.A.Q. 8. Connect your Line 6 device and go through the driver installation described below: Mac: USB Device Driver Installation 9. If you unit has a USB port and you plan to use your Line 6 device as a sound card, see the following links for sound card configuration and connection: Mac: Setting External Sound Card Assigning your Line 6 Device as a Sound Card on your Mac Computer See the following links for more information on Line 6 Edit, Workbench, Vyzex, Spider Edit and Spider Valve Edit software. Please note that if you are using the Snow Leopard (10.6.x) operating system you will not be able to run Line 6 edit or Workbench, as these software programs depend on the Java 5 software that is unsupported by Snow Leopard. Line 6 Edit FAQs Video Tutorial: Downloading and Syncing Tones from Custom Tone with Line 6 Edit Java Errors with Line 6 Edit and Workbench Variax Workbench FAQs and v1.72 Release Notes/Known Issues Vyzex Editor Support Spider Edit FAQs Spider Valve Edit FAQs
  15. Français Deutsch 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 Mac computer: Select the "Apple dropdown" menu, then select "System Preferences" Select "Sound" in the Hardware section Select "Input", then select your Line 6 device in the Sound Playback dropdown menu (This example uses the Guitarport). Select "Output", then select your Line 6 device in the Sound Playback dropdown menu (This example uses the Guitarport). 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). Ein Line 6 Gerät als Sound Karte für Ihren Mac Computer zuweisen Nachdem Sie Line 6 Monkey und alle nötigen Treiber für Ihr Line 6 Gerät installiert haben können Sie ein USB-Gerät von Line 6 als Sound Karte für Ihren Computer zuweisen. Wenn Sie Probleme bei der Installation von Monkey oder den Treibern haben besuchen Sie bitte folgende Webseiten: Line 6 Monkey: Installation und F.A.Q. Installation von Treibern für Ihr Line 6 Gerät Folgen Sie den anschließenden Anweisungen um Ihr Line 6 Gerät als Sound Karte zuzuweisen: Im Apple Menu, klicken Sie "Systemeinstellungen". Wählen Sie dann "Ton" in der Kategorie "Hardware" aus. Klicken Sie oben "Eingabe" an und wählen Sie dann das Line 6 Gerät aus der Liste. Wir benutzen für unser Beispiel GuitarPort. Klicken Sie dann oben auf "Ausgabe" und wählen Sie wieder das Line 6 Gerät aus. Wir benutzen für unser Beispiel GuitarPort. Schließen Sie das Fenster. Verbinden Sie nun Ihre Lautsprecher und/oder Kopfhörer mit dem Line 6 Gerät anstelle der sirekten Verbindung an Ihren Computer. Assigner un appareil Line 6 comme carte de son de votre ordinateur Mac Si vous avez installé Line 6 Monkey et les pilotes pour votre appareil, vous pouvez assigner votre appareil USB comme carte de son pour votre ordinateur. Si vous avez des problèmes d'installation de Line 6 Monkey ou des pilotes, visitez ces sites: Installation et F.A.Q.: Line 6 Monkey Installation des pilotes pour l'appareil Line 6 Suivez les instructions suivantes pour assigner l'appareil Line 6 come carte de son: Cliquez "Préférences Système…" dans le menu Apple. Cliquez l'icône "Son" dans la catégorie "Matériel". Sélectez "Entrée" et choisissez l'appareil Line 6. Nous utilisons "GuitarPort" pour cet exemple. Sélectez "Sortie" et choisissez l'appareil Line 6. Nous utilisons "GuitarPort" pour cet exemple. Fermez la fenêtre. Assurez-vous que vos haut-parleurs et/ou écouteurs sont connectés à l'appareil Line 6.
  16. POD Farm 1.0 System Requirements Windows® Pentium 4 -1.2GHz or better (2.5 GHz or better, or multi-core CPU recommended) Windows® XP® (with SP2 or SP3), Windows® XP® X64, Windows® Vista® (including SP1), Windows® Vista® X64® 512 MB RAM minimum (1 GB or more recommended) 1 GB free hard disk space minimum (10 GB or more recommended for recording) Drive speed 5400 rpm minimum (7200 rpm or faster recommended) 1024 x 768 minimum screen display resolution CD-ROM drive One free USB 2.0 compatible port on computer (USB hubs are not supported for Line 6 devices) Internet connection for online features Compatible Line 6 USB hardware (device must be connected to computer & authorized to use POD Farm): POD Farm Plug-In - POD Studio, TonePort, GuitarPort, POD X3, or PODxt hardware POD Farm Standalone Operation - POD Studio, TonePort & GuitarPort hardware Mac® Intel or Power PC based G4 1.5 GHz or better (G4 1.67 or better, or multi-core CPU recommended) OS X 10.4 or later 512 MB RAM minimum (1 GB or more recommended) 1GB free hard disk space minimum (10GB or more recommended for recording) Drive speed 5400 rpm minimum (7200 rpm or faster recommended) 1024 x 768 minimum screen display resolution CD-ROM drive One free USB 2.0 compatible port on computer (USB hubs are not supported for Line 6 devices) Internet connection for online features Compatible Line 6 USB hardware (device must be connected to computer & authorized to use POD Farm): POD Farm Plug-In - POD Studio, TonePort, GuitarPort, POD X3, or PODxt hardware POD Farm Standalone Operation - POD Studio, TonePort & GuitarPort hardware
  17. Q: What is the KB37 used primarily for? A: It is a 37-key USB MIDI keyboard/control surface and TonePort USB audio interface. The KB37 will be able to send and receive MIDI CC information and process audio input and output across the USB connection to the host computer. Q: What are the knobs in the center top of the keyboard for? A: They are 4 software-assignable MIDI Continuous Control parameter knobs with 4 soft-buttons and a dedicated set of MIDI transport controls. The KB37 can control assignable MIDI parameters in most software synthesizer/samplers on the market today, along with most digital audio recording application sequencer track transport controls. Note: The KB37 does not have any of it's own onboard sounds. It is a MIDI controller that sends MIDI data to the computer and any installed MIDI software synthesizer/sound software. Q: What are the Audio Specs for the TonePort I/O section? A: Sample rate conversion at 16 and 24 bit at 44.1, 48 and 96 kHz. 2 XLR inputs with mic preamps and +48V phantom power. 2 Guitar/Bass Inputs – use the Pad input for guitars and basses with high level pickup outputs, or the normal input. Dual analog VU meters (software assignable to input, record send, and output levels). Q: Can I use GearBox editing software with the KB37? A: Yes, the KB37 is a GearBox software supported TonePort family device. Reference Links: Assigning KB37 Transport Keys To Logic 7 MMC Input must be enabled in Logic 7 in order to receive MMC from the KB37. From the main application menu, open Preferences>MIDI Select the Sync tab Click the “MIDI Sync Song Settings” button in the bottom right; this launches the Song Settings dialog. In the section labeled "MIDI Machine Control (MMC)" check the "Listen to MMC Input" option Note that this is a per-song option. To make this option global, you must modify your template file. Open Line 6 Audio/MIDI devices. Go to the MIDI tab. Click the Settings button. Choose a preset from the presets list. For each transport control, change the "To MIDI Out" parameter to "MIDI CC", assign a MIDI CC (for this example, we'll use 20-24), and change Switch Mode to Momentary. Click the Apply button, name the preset, click the Save icon and click OK. Click OK on the next screen. Assigning KB37 Transport Keys To Sonar 6 Go to Options/MIDI Devices and choose the KB37 as the input device and choose OK. Go to Options/Controllers/Surfaces. Click the Add New Controller/Surface icon. For Controller/Surface, choose ACT MIDI Controller. Input port should be the KB37. Click OK. Go to Views/Toolbars and ensure Controllers/Surfaces is selected, then close the window. In the Controllers toolbar, click the Controllers/Surfaces Properties button that is at the right end of the Control Surfaces toolbar. Although you can choose any preset, the M-Audio Ozone is laid out closest to the KB37 layout, so use it for this example. In the Controllers tab, you'll see 8 columns, each containing 4 three-row sections, three of which should be labeled "N/A". Go to the last of those 3 rows and click the n/a label to name it “Rewind”. Name the next 3 N/A fields from left to right: Stop, Play and Record. There is an empty field two slots below each of the labels. When you click the empty field for each of the 4 columns you just set up, press the corresponding transport button on the KB37 and it will be learned by Sonar. Go to the Options tab and under the Buttons category, drop down the second field to choose a control label and the third field to choose the transport control. Uncheck the "Exclude this button from ACT" setting each time. Click in the Presets field to name your new preset then hit the save icon. This preset will be stored and available to use with the KB37. Control Garageband With KB37 In order to control the Transport functions in Garageband with the KB37 you will need to have version 2.0.1 of Garageband or later. The Garageband software cannot do this natively and so you will need to download add-on software that permits MIDI messages to control the play and stop buttons in Garageband. GarageRemote is one such software and is available here: http://www.muratnkonar.com/otherstuff/garageremote/ This software is from the company: murat n konar Once GarageRemote is installed and set up, start GarageRemote’s ‘Listener’ off by default) so that it can relay MIDI notifications to GarageBand. GarageBand responds to MIDI CC’s 007 and 010 for current track volume and pan, and these parameters can be assigned to the existing GarageBand MIDI preset of the Line 6 Audio-MIDI Devices settings. Setting Up The KB37 Transport With Cubase The KB37 has control wheels and buttons like many other Mackie or others transport cotrollers. You can get the two working together by simply going into: device setup, click on the + button, add MIDI MACHINE CONTROL SLAVE, and select the Line 6 Toneport KB37 from the menu on the right. In order to set the control on the KB37 itself you will need to go to: Line 6 Audio Midi Devices in your Control Panel and select the MIDI tab. Setting Up The KB37 To Control Reason First, ensure that you have downloaded and installed the latest version of Line 6 Monkey. Run it and verify that your TonePort KB37 is running the latest driver, firmware and flash memory. Download the latest version of GearBox application and install it to your computer. Launch the "Line 6 Audio-MIDI Devices" program from the Line 6/Tools folder. Next, make sure the KB37 is the active device. Select the MIDI tab and from the drop-down list of Controller Mapping applications, select Reason (version #). You are now ready to use the KB37's transport, Sound Select and 4 assignable real-time parameter controls with Reason. Keep in mind that you will be using the default parameter control settings. If you wish to customize those, click on the "Settings" button to access the Parameter Map screen. The drop-down list titled "MIDI CC/Action" is where you can modify which device parameters are to be controlled by the available controllers on the KB37. Keep in mind that each Reason Device has it's specific parameter CC# assignment. To access those values, refer to the "MIDI Implementation Chart" located in the Documentation folder within the Reason application folder on your computer's hard drive.
  18. 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.
  19. TonePort UX8 Frequently Asked Questions Q: Is TonePort™ UX8 an audio interface or software? Does it record? A: TonePort UX8 is a USB audio interface. Every TonePort audio interface works with the included GearBox™ modeling software as an integrated hardware/software system. The TonePort device gets audio signals into your computer and GearBox software makes everything you record sound amazing. TonePort UX8 is a unique integration of professional hardware and amp and effects modeling software. Designed with high quality electrical components and a rugged exterior, TonePort UX8 provides a wide dynamic range and an exceedingly low noise floor. The UX8, like every TonePort device, works together with the included GearBox software as an integrated hardware/software system, making everything you record sound amazing. Additionally, TonePort UX8 features Line 6’s exclusive ToneDirect™ Monitoring, which lets you hear your GearBox-processed signal instantaneously, providing unmatched responsiveness while you record. Q: What is ToneDirect™ monitoring? A: ToneDirect™ monitoring allows you to monitor a fully processed signal with extremely low latency, regardless of the buffer size of your recording application. This means that there is an incredibly small delay between when you play a note and when you actually hear the sound from your speakers. This is unusual among audio interfaces because with other more traditional monitoring solutions, you either have to listen to processed audio with significant latency, often such that it is hard to play along with what you are recording or listen to a signal with no processing. It's uninspiring to say the least to hear completely dry electric guitar with no amp, cab, or effect processing. Q: What is GearBox? A: GearBox is the standalone software application that works with your TonePort audio interface, providing everything you need to record professional sounding tracks. GearBox contains models of vintage and modern amps, speaker cabinets, stompbox and studio effects for guitar, bass and vocals and can be applied while recording to any pair of inputs. Q: Can I apply Gearbox effects to all 8 inputs at once? A: Yes, using the Gearbox plug-in that is included with the UX8. Q: Will Gearbox be able to record at 96K? A: The UX8 driver can process audio at 96K, but Gearbox operates at 48K. Gearbox converts the 96k signal from the UX8 driver, converts it to 48k, processes it, then sends the signal to the UX8 driver, which then converts the signal to 96k. Q: Can I use TonePort UX8 without the GearBox software? A: Yes, you can use the TonePort hardware without GearBox software. Q: Can you re-amp with UX8? A: Not the same way you can with a PODxt, but you can via the GearBox Plug-In. The method for re-amping with a PODxt is pointed out in Knowledge Base document 3940. Q: What is GearBox Plug-In? A: GearBox Plug-In is a VST, AU and RTAS plug-in, providing the same models as the standalone application and additional flexibility when mixing and mastering. Q: Is the GearBox Plug-In included with TonePort UX8? A: Yes, it is. Q: Are TonePort UX8 and GearBox Intel® Mac® compatible? A: Yes, they are. Q: What recording software can I use with TonePort UX8? A: Every TonePort supports the ASIO standard on Windows® and Core Audio on the Macintosh® and should work well with any recording application that supports one of these protocols. The UX8 is designed to work with most major applications such as ProTools, Logic, Cubase, Nuendo, Sonar and Ableton Live. Q: Can I use TonePort UX8 and GearBox processing as a front end for Pro Tools? A: Yes, if your Pro Tools® hardware interface has a S/PDIF input you can run the stereo S/PDIF output of your TonePort UX8 directly into your Pro Tools hardware, complete with ToneDirect™ monitoring and GearBox processing. You can also utilize the Pro Tools compatible RTAS-format GearBox Plug-In for mixing and mastering. Q: Is RiffWorks 2 Line 6 Edition compatible with TonePort UX8? A: No, RiffWorks Line 6 and Riffworks 2 Line 6 Edition are not compatible with the UX8. However, the Standard Edition (full version) of Riffworks available for purchase through the Sonoma WireWorks website: http://www.sonomawireworks.com/. Q: Can I expand the model set of TonePort UX8 with Line 6 Model Packs? A: Yes, you can. They are available as optional Model Pack purchases from our online Store. Q: Can I transfer model packs that I purchased on another Line 6 hardware device over to my new UX8? A: Yes. Once you've purchased a model pack license key, that key remains with your user account indefinitely. You cannot, however have two or more different registered hardware devices running the same model pack simultaneously. Only one hardware device can have the model pack installed on it at any given time. Q: Do the gain controls on the front panel control the line input jacks on the back of the unit? A: The gain controls the input level of the XLR inputs, not the instrument cable inputs (as these are assuming line level and most instruments will have their own level control). Q: What do the VU meters do on TonePort UX8? A: The GearBox application allows you to assign the signal that is monitored by the VU meters to various audio sources: including input, record send, output and monitor levels. Q: How accurate are the VU meters on the UX8 in relation to the meters in the software? A: Very accurate, with the smallest of variance between Gearbox and the physical meters. Q: What will happen if my signal clips the unbalanced analog input on the UX8? A: The clipping will be a "natural clipping". The cure is to lower the incoming signal at the source. Q: How many Instruments/Mics can I record at one time? Since you are monitoring directly out of the UX8, am I going to experience any latency when recording all 8 inputs? A: 8 inputs can be recorded at any given time. Outputs 1 & 2 are monitored via ToneDirect, with the remaining outputs monitored from the hardware at near zero latency. Q: Can the phantom power from the UX8 damage my dynamic mic? A: No, it will not. Q: What is the signal to noise ratio on the analog inputs? A: The UX8 has an input signal to noise ratio of .005% THD, with a dynamic range of 111 dB. Q: What do flashing lights on the unit mean? A: The LED status indicators (Main Mute and Main Clip LEDs provide secondary functions in their ability to indicate the connection status of USB and S/PDIF) as follows: No USB connection: The main clip LEDs alternate steadily between left and right, about once every second. The USB cable may be unplugged or the UX8 driver may not be installed on your computer. No S/PDIF clock sync: The Mute LED blinks 3 times rapidly about once every second when the clock mode set to S/PDIF, and no external clock is present. Q: What are the dimensions and weight of the UX8? A: The UX8 is a standard two-unit rack space module, with dimensions of 17"w x 7"d (8" with knobs) x 3.5"h. The shipping weight is 11.6 lbs. Known Issues: An incompatibility for systems running on Intel ICH10 USB Chipsets; UX8 will hang the user's computer system. The solution for this is to use a PCI USB 2.0 interface card to connect UX8. Record buss mis-routing of UX8 in Gearbox when recording into DAW Gearbox is remembering POD Farm 1 and 2 Record send settings if PF (1 or 2) was used before Gearbox program. Workaround is to reset the Record Send settings that were made in POD Farm 1 or 2, or to reboot the computer.
  20. 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.