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The same tone applied to Dry signal and recorded through Floor Unit arent close. Id like to get them close so i can play the same tone Live as recorded. Process i followed. 1.Record to DAW on Input 1 (Floor Tone) and Input 7 Dry DI tone. 2. Drag preset from HX Edit to Native to keep tones Identical Then when i playback they are substantially different, one being tinny and one feeling compressed. Ive tried 2 DAWs, Studio One and Mixcraft. Originally i thought it was that the DRY signal helix records is SO low that the waveform comes out stepped in Mixcraft, but it doesnt waveform seems okay in Studio one. GOing crazy, any tips appreciated.
Hi musicians i have recently start working with POD FARM 2.5 some software and it’s a great plugin. When I decided to send my waves to friends who like to mix they ask me to also send them with the dry signal. I’ve searched quite a bit around the Webb and I haven’t found an explanation on how to either switch between dry/and wet OR how to record both. I’m using Cubase 5.0 ( I know it’s old but works for me) so I’m taking a chance to see if anyone here knows how to do that. cheers tim
Hey there, Firstly, thanks for any and all replies. Basically I want to use my UX1 to record my guitar in Cubase, but I don't want to use any of the sounds from PodFarm, I want to use one from Cubase instead. Cubase picks up my guitar with or without PodFarm open fine, I can see the output monitor rise and fall as I play, and using direct monitoring I can hear the effect back on Cubase. However, when I click record, the track doesn't pick anything up. The only time I can record actual sounds is when I am using PodFarm sounds. I believe I have my ASIO set up correct, as well as inputs/outputs. I've attached a few screenshots, if there's anyone who's familiar with using PodFarm and Cubase together, I'd really appreciate the help. I'm running Cubase 8 LE, on Windows 10. Cheers.