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  1. I have a Jackson JSX-94 Concept, with Jackson Single-Coil pickups, I'm running it through my Line6 UX2 into my PC and recording with Reason 7. Ive noticed when I have some of the more distortion'y effects I get what sounds like a digital interference, I don't know if this is the hard-drive, the fan or power-supply... or something else... I've recorded the sound I get when the volume is turned up only slightly. If anybody knows whats causing the noise, and what I can do to fix it. Cheers, Jimmy. Interference.wav
  2. Hi all, Have been using the old guitar port for quite some time, but recently I purchased a DT25 112 combo with the Pod HD500X. So far so good and I really like the amp. Now I want to start doing some home recording. So I got myself a Focusrite 2i2 USB audio interface and connected the simulated cabinet direct out from the DT25 into one of the preamp's of the Focusrite (XLR/XLR). The problem is that in the recording software on my PC the audio level from the amp (going throught the Focusrite to the PC via USB) is way too low. It is so low that I have to crank the gain on the Focusrite almost all the way up which causes white noise in the end, so not really preferable. To counter this, I just turn up the master volume on the DT25, but this gets way too loud. I can put it in stand by and crank the amp which still outputs signal through the direct out - even on stand by but only in low volume mode. But it's still not loud enough and the amp starts to distort at volumes of 8+. My last attempt was to not use "low volume mode", but in that case there is no output at all through the direct out of the amp. So how to go about this? It seems to me there is some fundamental problem here that I am not seeing. I would figure that this type of setup (XLR/XLR connection using the directout of the amp to preamp-in on the audio interface) would be the normal way to go?
  3. Hi everyone, I'm trying to get my UX1 to work on my Windows 8 64-bit machine, but to no avail. So far I've tried four different USB 3.0 ports (I have no 2.0 ports on this PC) and reinstalled the drivers over and over. So far, the only kind of sound I can get out of it is what appears to be a very grainy and slowed down version of the audio. When I watch a video on Youtube, the seconds on the video will go by two or three times as slowly as they should. I'm not sure what the issue is, but any help would be greatly appreciated.
  4. Hi all, I had a gig last night which was the first real test of our new stagescape system. Happy to report that it sounded amazing and everyone was totally impressed with our sound so I am a very happy sound man! We were running the m20 into l3's as mains and l2's for monitors. There were however a couple of anomolies which I'm scratching my head about. Because we were in a bit of a rush to set up and sound check I didn't have much time to investigate at the time but I'm wondering if anyone might have experienced similar. I'm running version 1.1 software on the mixer. The first was during the sound check. I tried using quick capture. We had a bass direct, guitar direct, mandolin and 2 vocal mics. All channels recorded and played back fine with the exception of the guitar?! It was coming through the PA fine so it wasn't a level issue. Has anyone had this before? Second one was a recording issue onto SD card. I have read all the posts on this and I'm aware that there are a few quirks with this at the moment. The issue was this: The first half of the gig recorded beautifully. I pressed stop at the interval and then record again at the start of the second half. When I got back home and insterted the card into my pc there were empty files for the second half.. No setup changes, didn't remove the card. Literally just pressed stop and then record again....There was plenty of storage space on the card, it was a clean 32gb card at the start of the gig. Would welcome any thoughts on the above. I'm loving the system and as I'm fairly new to the desk I am completely open to the fact that the above may have been down to pilot error but I would love to get to the bottom of them for next time. Thanks in advance.
  5. I am really wanting to get a pod pro hd x to use at home. to use for recording and at home playing. i have looked every where online trying to figure out if i need to get a usb interface or not, and i still have not gotten a straight answer. my questions are obvious: Can i connect a pod hd pro x to my computer using a interface? If so, what kind of interface (what specs does it need) will i need? is the sound quality better if i connect through a interface or connect via usb from the pod unit itself? im kind of a noob when it comes to the at home recording specs. so i honestly have no idea if i should fork over $250+ for something that i do not even need. someone please help
  6. Ok, so here's my dilemma. As of now I live in a tiny apartment with my Line 6 Spider 3, my guitar, and my laptop. Now, for the past year I've been playing through my amp through headphones, like through the headphone jack, because I cant play my amp slightly loud enough, before my neighbors come banging at my door. Anyways, I'm thinking about buying a Pod Pro HD X, but there's a few things I want to know about it before I pick it up. 1. Can I plug headphones and my guitar into it and play directly through it? 2. I'm pretty sure this is true, but can I plug my guitar and headphones into it, and plug it into my laptop via USB, for recording purposes? 3. Can I use a L6 FBV Express MKII on it? For like Wah effects and stuff? 4. Does the Pod Pro HD X sound better than the Line 6 Spider 4? Those are pretty much my only questions. I really want the HDX because I want to start recording, and I've tried with my Line 6 Spider 3 using a Aux audio to aux audio and plugging it into my mic port in my laptop, and it sounds like utter sh*t. I really don't want another actual amp either, because I hardly play live, or go out to play. So is the Pro HD X right for me?
  7. So I contacted tech support, but as it turns out they're not much help. I'm wondering how I can start recording and practicing through my computer with just my guitar and Floor Pod Plus. I read you need to have a Audio Interface so I chose this one. "http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0023BYDHK/ref=s9_simh_gw_p267_d0_i1?pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_s=center-2&pf_rd_r=1N8X2BZD74TBM8T0K543&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=1630072222&pf_rd_i=507846" It's a Behringer UCA222, and it's only $30. It has some pretty awesome reviews on it, and I'm not looking to spend much so I thought it'd be a good Audio Interface to buy. I guess my question is, would all I need to start recording through my computer be the Audio Interface, my guitar, and the Floor Pod Plus? How would I go about hooking it all up together? And what cables/connectors would I need? More of a detailed description would be helpful, but I guess anything at this point will do. Also if I hooked this all up could I just put in headphones through my computer and practice playing that way? Thanks in advance!
  8. This is my first post so if I do anything wrong, I'm sorry before hand. I got a PODxt Live from a friend of mine who said I would need it more than him. I've got POD Farm 2 a while ago and used PODxt Live's usb input and processed it through POD Farm to get my tone. Before hand I used a First Act usb cable to record that gave raw guitar sound. I processed that into POD Farm and I got alright results (It had some noise to it but I just bit the bullet on that) but with PODxt Live, when I turn amp, noise gate, eq (basicly everything except for raw guitar) off, it sounds a lot softer and the sound of the clean is "crispier" (like crunchy-ish) and the distortions dont really have much emphasis as they did before hand. I of course googled the problem and spent about 2 hours watching videos and reading forums and manuals but didn't get much or any desired results. I won't say what I found because they are probably just going to make explaining the problem worse but if anyone can explain to me how to possibly fix this issue you would be helping a fellow musician greatly. Thanks again for reading! *P.S. the program I am using is Mixcraft 6 and my OS is Windows 7 (32 bit) if that helps at all
  9. Hi, I own the jm4 since 2010, and have a problem that I can not record anymore. The recording session does not start even I press on the Recording footswitch (I can hear the click!) This problem starts earlier this year were I could record with the 2nd or 3rd press on the switch, but today the footswich is not activating. I do not feel that there is a mechanical problem. Is there anybody with an idea? In additional, the volume is also sometimes increasing without any action while playing ? - Any idea? Thanks!
  10. So I've been using Reaper forever with various versions and up until today, I've had no problems. Now I load a project I was working on yesterday and when I try to select the POD HD500 driver in the dropdown it says "No ASIO Drivers Found!" and shows no I/O selection options. I already uninstalled/removed from registry/reinstalled Line 6 Drivers via Monkey and direct download I have uninstalled all other ASIO device drivers (TASCAM US-1800, AudioBox 2x2) Tried installing ASIO4All---still doesn't show up Uninstalled/reinstalled Reaper (tried with old versions and the newest) Still get the "No ASIO Drivers Found!" message Anyone have any other ideas? I'm not really looking forward to reinstalling my whole OS and all my plugins to get Reaper to work. I can use Cubase LE, WaveLab, or Studio One Artist with the drivers no problem (including ASIO4ALL).
  11. 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 :)
  12. I'm using my ux2 interface to record a live acoustic band onto my laptop (on Cubase 5). I will have the output of the PA going into the stereo inputs on the back of the interface and a AT4033 going into one of the xlr inputs as I need phantom power. My problem is: I want a separate channel on Cubase for each wire coming into the interface (left output of the PA, right output of the PA and room Mic) but when I go into vst connections on Cubase it gives me a choice of 4 sends to choose from, can you tell me which send matches up to which input on the interface? Thanks!
  13. Hello everyone! I am about to buy a DT25 combo to use with my POD HD500. I read somewhere, when you connect both devices through L6 Link, HD500 USB out goes quiet and only works as a MIDI interface (no sound signal). I used to make my recordings directly from HD500 USB out to a PC USB and directly to a DAW (Audacity, Reaper, etc...). Is there any way of continuing recording digitally, while playing HD500 connected to DT25 via L6 Link? If not, my enthusiasm on that Amp goes completely down the drain and I might call the deal off :( Anyone could give me a hint? Thank you all! Miguel
  14. Hi there, I am new to audio recording, and I only have a minimal setup here at home. (See specs at end of post) Basically, when I plug my POD HD400 into my speakers, it gives me the audio output (processed) with the plugin effects from cubase (as expected) but it still has the sound of the original unprocessed sound (as if you were only running the pod into an amp). Is there a way to only let the sound of the processed effects come through? my audio process: guitar -> POD HD400 -> PC -> POD HD400 ->Speakers I cannot get it to work if I play guitar to the POD, and try put it out through the speakers or my other audio interface (m-audio fast track). Is it possible to use the POD as my interface, and get playback through a different device? Also, is there a way to change my sound once I have recorded? right now it is recording the audio sound and I am unable to change the base sound (ie: heavy to clean). Equipment: LTD EC-500 POD HD400 Roland Cube 30x M-Audio AV80 (speakers) M-Audio Fast Track M-Audio KeyRig 49 PC: MSI H77MA-G43 quad core i7 3770k 3.5GHz 12GB DDR3 2TB HDD Samsung 500GB HDD Samsung 550Watt V9 PSU GTS 450 1GB GDDR5 Thanks in advance, Josh
  15. Hi, I'm quite new to Line 6 POD gear and recording in general, and having a bit of a problem. I'm running my POD into a Tascam DP24, im using both outputs into the DP24? And the problem im having is that when i listen to my guitar through the headphone out of my POD it sounds great, but as soon as i record onto the Tascam it sounds very muddy, messy and slightly buzzy here and there, from either my monitors or headphones. And while that may seem like its the Tascam fault, when i record direct into the tascam using its built in amp simulator,it sounds obviously poorer in terms of realism, but it does sound some what clearer and a lot more defined than when i record with the POD. I understand that people might not no much about the Tascam, but just wondered if anyone might know if theirs anything i'm doing wrong with the POD. Any help will be much appreciated.
  16. Hi all. Does anybody know if there is possibility how to connect Sonic port mobile directly to Macbook or PC? Any ideas? Maybe some reduction? Thanks a lot.
  17. Hi I recently bought a POD GX to start recording and ever since I got it, I have been wasting countless hours trying to get a decent sound that doesn't clip the audio recording. I am recording with a Ibanez K5 and Ibanez SRX690ex. I first tried using Audacity but then I tried the Reason software that came with it and it sounds exactly the same if I was to record it with Audacity. The bass on the heaviest string always clips the audio and sounds like farting noises and the higher notes don't sound good at all. I noticed the sound doesn't sound too bad if the volume in which I am recording is low but that kinda defeats the purpose of recording since I'm trying to put my bass tracks over music. How can I get good crisp and clear tone from my bass that is loud and doesn't clip or sound like farts? Basically if you have a setting with pod farm I would like to know what settings to use and what exactly to do on Reason or Audacity to make it ready to go on a track and not sound bad?
  18. Hi, I'm quite new to Line 6 POD gear and recording in general, and having a bit of a problem. I'm running my POD into a Tascam DP24, im using both outputs into the DP24? And the problem im having is that when i listen to my guitar through the headphone out of my POD it sounds great, but as soon as i record onto the Tascam it sounds very muddy, messy and slightly buzzy here and there, from either my monitors or headphones. And while that may seem like its the Tascam fault, when i record direct into the tascam using its built in amp simulator,it sounds obviously poorer in terms of realism, but it does sound some what clearer and a lot more defined than when i record with the POD. I understand that people might not no much about the Tascam, but just wondered if anyone might know if theirs anything i'm doing wrong with the POD. Any help will be much appreciated.
  19. Thought I'd share a few things I've learned in case anyone else out there is trying to create your own backing tracks or writing songs from scratch... Took a while to sort this all out, but from the start. Some obvious ones: - if you plug into the guitar input, you have to record with guitar selected on the record select, and once you record, you can adjust the levels by two taps on the input/levels button - if you plug in a microphone, you have to turn up the level left of the input (high as you can without clipping), the mic/aux has to be selected on the record select, and once you record, you level it with mic/aux/wav after two taps on input/levels button. - if you plug into aux, i think it's the same as the microphone (haven't used this much, but may soon, since the clean setting on guitar input is about as loud as a mouse itching its nose) Hopefully that is all very obvious. - if you stay in a .jam file setup, you only have three levels to play with - song/drum, guitar, and mic/aux/wav. Usually no problem, until you change a setting on your guitar and rapidly realize that you can't level it anymore without affecting the previous guitar track you already laid down. Frustrating. If you save your mix as a .jam, these leveling options all stay the same. It also means that you really don't want to mess with settings while you are doing different tracks. Turn the mic level down so you don't get feedback while you are listening to what you just did? better get it back to the exact same level if you want to use it again, because you can't level it now without affecting the first mic tracks ... etc. you get the idea. - a good option at this point is to export as a .wav ... and get used to exporting after each new addition. It goes like this - put down a guitar track. Listen to it and use mic to put a voice over it. Perfect, easy. Level them until they sound good. No problem. Now you want a solo guitar track... uh oh. No way to level it (which you will really have to do if you use a metal setting - way louder than clean). So... save the guitar 1 and vocal mix as a .wav file and bring it back. Now that mix of guitar and vocal is its own .wav file and gets leveled with mic/aux/wav, which means you can add a snarling guitar solo and level it down to match because its on guitar level and the rest of the song is on mic/aux/wav. - want to add another voice track? Now we're in trouble, cause the mic is on the same level as the .wav file. Back to trouble land. - here's where we get to how to record one track at a time while listening to what you already did. Have to use your computer. Export your track(s) as a .wav file. Use your favorite music program to play it. Plug your computer's headphone jack into the spider jam. When you play something through the 1/8" input, and hit record. it does not record the music coming in over the 1/8' input. This is a hand wringing moment if you were hoping to record your own magical duet with your favorite mp3 song, but it opens a world of possibility if you're recording your own stuff. Now, with a music program like Audacity (free) you can play your mp3/wav song through your amp, hit record, play along, and all it records is the live track you are playing - magic. Now export it as a .wav, and add it as a new track to the song. With Audacity (or garageband or whatever) you have a lot more control for fitting it in, and saves you from having to do perfect takes - you can clip good pieces out, etc... Whew, that was a lot of words. Hope someone finds it helpful.
  20. hey everyone, i recently bought a pod hd400 about a year ago (well, i guess not that recently) and when i play music, especially using distorted tones such as "big time lead" to play metal-esque songs through my headphones the sound quality is amazing tight and compact/full. when i switch the back settings from studio to live, and line to amp and play the pod through my roland cube 15x amp the sound sounds much more different and harsh, but still good enough (first question... why?) the real question is when i want to do any recordings to my computer with my main objective putting youtube videos up. as i stated before, when i play through my headphones the tone sounds godly and magnificent, but when i hear the playback from either free DAWS "audacity" or "reaper(trial)" connected through USB it sounds so bad its unbearable. very harsh, trebly, as if recorded with a cellphone from the 90's... Why is this?? Shouldn't i hear back what im hearing through my headphones when playing strictly into them from my pod? And if any of you have put any youtube videos up, im wondering what equipment i must buy (my budget is pretty tight) to get the best sound quality out of this pod. Again, im not looking for anything spectacular or proffesional, but when i see these punk teenage kids putting up covers of songs that the sound quality is Fantastic i cant help but wonder why i cant do the same Hope to get some replies soon
  21. Here are a few resources Line 6 Customer Support has found to be useful to those new to making music or looking to expand their knowledge. General http://www.google.com - Line 6 Customer Support believes that the answer to almost any question about anything can be Googled. Many times, the most useful Google results come from two places: Wikipedia (definition and background of what's in question) and YouTube (video of what's in question). Here are some musical topics to Google: Signal Path Gain Staging Effects pedal arrangement How to mix sound Audio signal processing How to master audio Speaker wiring Amplifiers Amp first-aid article: http://www.premierguitar.com/Magazine/Issue/2012/Aug/Must_Know_Amp_First_Aid.aspx Live Sound Line 6 Knowledge Base: Live Sound Resources (includes Audio Cables 101, Terms and Resources, and Tutorials and Articles) Live Sound Glossary of Terms Yamaha Sound Reinforcement Handbook: http://www.amazon.com/Sound-Reinforcement-Handbook-Gary-Davis/dp/0881889008 Sound System Engineering, Second Edition http://www.amazon.com/Sound-System-Engineering-Second-Carolyn/dp/0240803051/ref=sr_1_53?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1343245645&sr=1-53&keywords=sound+engineers+handbook Computer-Based Recording Professional video tutorials for Reason, Ableton, and other audio software: http://www.askvideo.com/ Other The Guitarist's Guide to Line 6 Studio Tools (http://www.amazon.com/Guitarists-Guide-Line-Studio-Tools/dp/1435460448): Written by a guitar player for guitar players, this comprehensive book is the best way to learn about the wide range of innovative hardware and software created by Line 6--and how to put it all to use in the studio.
  22. Français Deutsch One of the benefits of the StageScape M20d mixer is its ability to make high quality digital recordings direct to SD cards (class 10) or USB hard drives (with their own power source) without the need to drag a computer along. You can select up to 18 channels to record pristine 24 bit/48 kHz digital recordings on individual tracks and then transfer them to your DAW or computer as .wav files. Note: Aux inputs 17-18 are not recordable. Channels 1-16: M20d Mic/Line Inputs 1-16, pre-processing / pre fader Channels 19-20: M20d stereo Main Outs, post-processing / post-fader Two channels can stream from your computer to the M20d, coming in at ch. 17/ 18 Aux Input. Recording to SD cards (Class 10) is an elegant and convenient way to record at your gig without having to connect up any wiring (USB and power connection) or use up any additional tabletop space. Streaming USB audio to your DAW with the StageScape M20d: To stream USB audio to your digital audio workstation with the StageScape M20d you will need to download the M20d StageScape drivers from this link. http://line6.com/software/index.html On that page you will find 3 drop down menus. On the All Products drop down menu select M20d StageScape. On the All Software drop down menu select Drivers. On the last drop down menu select the operating system of the computer you wish to use with your M20d StageScape. Once the download has completed, find and run the M20d StageScape Drivers Installer. And follow the on screen installer directions. In your DAW you will need to change your audio interface to the ASIO M20d StageScape. Then create new audio tracks in your DAW with inputs that correspond to the inputs on the M20d. Note: If you are using the StageScape DX/MME driver, make sure that StageScape is selected as the default audio device in Windows.? Also, know that you will only get audio from inputs 1-2 if you are recording with DX/MME. The Windows StageScape M20d USB 2.0 audio driver uses WDM and ASIO, supported on 32 and 64 bit OS configurations. The driver streams 18 inputs to your computer and a stereo return stream back to the M20d. On Mac computers, the driver is a core audio driver. Input Streaming Configuration: Channels 1-16: M20d Mic/Line Inputs 1-16, pre-processing / pre fader Channels 19-20: M20d stereo Main Outs, post-processing / post-fader USB Stereo Return Stream: The stereo return is streamed to the M20d's stereo Aux Input (channels 17/18). In order to hear the stereo return, a Stage Icon Preset must be assigned to the Aux Input using the M20d touchscreen UI. The 'Laptop' preset is ideally suited for this purpose, and can be found in the Stage Icon Gallery. Note · If you have problems recording/reading files from your SD card or USB they most likely previously recorded on the media device and then transferred the files to their computer. Then if you deleted the files from the media device by way of their computer, there is a possibility that the media device may have this problem reading/recording once inserted back in to the M20d. Because of this we recommended that customers delete files that were recorded on the media device with the M20d in the M20d. That delete function should always be done in the M20d in order to not experience this. Aufnehmen mit dem StageScape M20d Ein großer Vorteil des StageScape M20d ist dessen Fähigkeit digitale Aufnahmen hoher Qualität sofort auf Ihre SD Karte (Klasse 10) oder USB Festplatte (mit externer Stromversorgung) zu machen ohne einen Computer anschließen zu müssen. Sie können bis zu 18 Kanäle zur digitalen Aufnahme von unverfälschlichtem 24bit/48kHz Ton auf individuelle Spuren verwenden und diese dann auf Ihr DAW oder Computer als wav. Datei übertragen. Achtung, Aux Eingänge 17 uns 18 sind nicht aufnehmbar. Kanäle 1-16: M20d Mic/Line Eingänge mit Pre-Fader und Vorverarbeitung. Kanäle 19-20: M20d stereo Main Outs mit Post-Fader und Nachbearbeitung. Zwei Kanäle, die Aux Eingänge 17 und 18 Aux können von Ihrem Computer auf das M20d streamen. Aufnahme auf SD Karten (Klasse 10) ist eine elegante und praktische Art während Ihres Auftritts auzunehmen ohne viele Kabel (USB und Strom) oder Platz zu brauchen. USB Audio auf Ihr DAW streamen: Um USB Audio auf Ihre DAW zu streamen müssen Sie sich zuerst die Treiber für Ihr StageScape M20d herunterladen, dies können Sie auf folgender Webseite tun: http://de.line6.com/software/index.html Auf dieser Seite werden Sie 3 Dropdown Menus sehen. Im All Products Menu wählen Sie M20d StageScape aus. Im All Software Menu wählen Sie Drivers und im letzten Menu wählen Sie das Betriessystem Ihres Computers aus. Nachdem der Download abgeschlossen ist starten Sie die Installationsdatei "M20d StageScape Drivers Installer". Folgen Sie den Anweisungen des Programms. In Ihrer DAW müssen Sie dann noch Ihr Audio Interface auf ASIO M20d StageScape ändern. Erstellen Sie dann neue Audio Spuren in Ihrer DAW mit Eingängen die mit den Eingängen Ihres StageScape übereinstimmen. Achtung, Wenn Sie einen StageScape DX/MME Treiber benutzen muss StageScape als Standard Audiogerät für Windows eingestellt sein. Außerdem bekommen Sie nur Ton über die zwei Kanäle 1 und 2 wenn Sie mit DX/MME aufnehmen. Der Windows StageScape M20d USB 2.0 Treiber benutzt WDM und ASIO, die beide 32bit und 64bit Betriebssyteme unterstützen. Der Treiber streamt 18 Eingänge an Ihren Computer und einen Stereo Return zurück an das M20d. Auf Mac Computern ist der Treiber ein Core Audio Treiber. Eingangsstream Konfigurationen: Kanäle 1-16: M20d Mic/Line Eingänge mit Pre-Fader und Vorverarbeitung. Kanäle 19-20: M20d stereo Main Outs mit Post-Fader und Nachbearbeitung. USB Stereo Return Stream: Der Stereo Return wird an die Stereo Aux Eingänge des M20d gestreamt. (Channel 17 und 18) Um nun den Stereo Return zu hören müssen Sie ein Icon auf der Bühne Ihres M20d dem Aux Eingang zuweisen anhand des Touchscreens. Das Preset "Laptop" ist für diesen Zweck ideal. Es befindet sich in der Icon Gallerie der Bühne. Enregistrement avec StageScape M20d Un des avantages du StageScape M20d est la capacité d'enregistrer digitalement à haute qualité directement sur une carte SD (class 10) ou disque dur USB (avec alimentation externe) sans qu'il soit nécessaire d'avoir un ordinateur avec. Vous pouvez choisir de 18 canaux pour enregistrer parfaitement à 24 bit/48 kHz sur des pistes individuels et transférer ceux sur votre DAW ou ordinateur comme fichiers .wav. ***Les entrées AUX 17-18 ne sont pas enregistrables. Canaux 1 à 16: Entrées Mic/Line avec pré-fader et prétraitement. Canaux 19 à 20: "Main Outs" stéréo avec post-fader et post-traitement. Deux canaux, les entrées 17 et 18 peuvent stream de l'ordinateur au M20d. L'enregistrement par carte SD (class 10) est une possibilité d'enregistrement élégant et sans l'utilisation d'espace ou des câbles (USB et connexion d'alimentation). USB streaming audio à votre station audio-numérique (DAW) avec StageScape M20d: Pour défiler audio sur votre DAW avec StageScape M20d, vous avec besoin des pilotes M20d de ce lien: http://fr.line6.com/software/index.html Sur cette page, vous avez 3 menus. Sélectez "M20d StageScape" dans le menu "All Products". "Drivers" pour le menu "All Software" et le système d'exploitation de votre ordinateur dans le dernier menu. Une fois le téléchargement a terminé, démarrez le programme d'installation des pilotes. "M20d StageScape Drivers Installer". Suivez les instructions du programme. Dans votre DAW, vous devez changer l'interface audio à ASIO M20d StageScape. Créez nouvelles pistes audio qui correspondent aux entrées sur le M20d. Attention, si vous utilisez les pilotes DX/MME du StageScape, le StageScape doit être la périphérique par défaut pour Windows. Aussi, si vous enregistrez avec DX/MME, vous recevez uniquement du son des entrées 1 et 2. Le pilote son USB 2.0 Windows StageScape M20d utilise WDM et ASIO. Soutenus sur les systèmes d'exploitation 32bit et 64bit. Le pilote défile 18 entrées à l'ordinateur et un stream retour stéréo au M20d. Sur les ordinateurs Mac, le pilote est un pilote Core Audio. Configuration Streaming Input: Canaux 1 à 16: Entrées Mic/Line avec pré-fader et prétraitement. Canaux 19 à 20: "Main Outs" stéréo avec post-fader et post-traitement. USB Stream retour stéréo: Le retour stéréo est défilé aux entrées stéréo AUX du M20d (canaux 17 et 18). Pour entendre le retour stéréo, un icône dans Stage doit être assigné aux entrées AUX en utilisant l'écran tactile du M20d. Le preset "Laptop" est parfait pour cet usage et peut-être trouvé dans la gallérie des icônes.
  23. GearBox Plug-In license sales were halted upon the introduction of our POD Farm Version 1 Plug-In licenses back in the Fall of 2008. However, the GearBox software installer STILL contains the GearBox Plug-In file, because we still have end users who had purchased the GearBox Plug-In license prior to the Fall of 2008 who are still using said effect in their recording applications. If you are a new or recent user who has downloaded the GearBox 3.72 Installer and run this package, you will still see the GearBox Plug-In option appear in your recording program the next time you launch it, as most DAW's scan for new Plug-In files installed by default. If you wish to delete your GearBox Plug-In file (to avoid confusion), please remove the GearBox .dll file found in: Windows VST: C:\Program Files\Line6\VstPlugIns\Line 6 Windows RTAS: C:\Program Files\Common\Files\Digidesign\DAE\Plug-Ins\Line 6 Mac AU: Library > Audio > Plug-Ins > Components Mac RTAS: Library > Application Support > Digidesign > Plug-Ins > Line 6 Unless you purchased the optional GearBox license prior to the Fall of 2008, please note that only POD Farm and POD Farm 2 Plug-In licenses are available for purchase through our Line 6 Webstore.
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