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Hello all, I notice on the software "Pod Go Edit" on (Windows 10) the menu it has an "import set list" option. It uses a file type called .pgs if memory serves me. I contacted Line 6 support asking how to use this function but didn't really see to get an answer that was helpful. Does anyone have experience using this function? There is nothing in the manuals that I could find either. How do I create a .pgs file and what does it do? Thanks in advance y'al
Looking for some EQ tips for my Strat to stand out in the mix. I play on my church’s worship team and find that my tone coming through the PA and through online streams sounds really dark and thin at times. How can I clean this up and make it really stand out in the mix? Ideally it sounds more “full” and is able to be clearly heard. I’m using compressors and hi/low cuts on the amps and cabs when necessary. Appreciate the advice!
If loading a third-party IR (impulse response) into HX Edit or POD Go Edit results in an out of memory condition, it is likely the source file is too large or contains too many samples. Open a DAW (digital audio workstation) e.g. Cubase, Logic, Reaper, Ableton, etc., or other capable audio recording/editing software, such as Audacity, and import the IR file into a new session/project. Trim the IR so that it is no more than 2,048 samples in length. Most DAWs have a ruler that you can set to beats, minutes/seconds, or samples. Set it to 'samples' in order to make the most accurate time selection. After the file has been trimmed, you're ready to export/bounce the new IR file. Use the item render/export in your DAW and follow these guidelines to ensure compatibility: 24-bit / 48k Mono (1 channel) Must be WAV file format
Some users have reported a Windows error message that appears when attempting to launch the POD Go Edit software. This is not an error with the POD Go software itself, but rather a Windows error. Here is a video outlining the process for resolving the error: Here are the links for the Visual C++ libraries mentioned in the video: Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable x86 or x64 edition: 32 bit: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=5555 64 bit: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=14632