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Question 1: I have an LR Baggs Dual Source pickup in a Breedlove and I'm trying to get rid of the high pitch frequency created through using the G10 wireless system. It's a fairly common problem, but the solution seems hard to find. Has anyone tried using a 6" TRS - TS adapter to successfully eliminate that buzz? The recommended mono ts-ts adapter does not work. Or how about a TRS to TRS male to female adapter? Any other success stories to eliminate the high pitch buzz with the dual source pick up? Question 2: Does anyone use the G10 with the LR Baggs Anthem? Do you get a high frequency buzz, and/or can you easily eliminate it with convenient to use adapters?
I just got a Pod Studio UX2 and an AKG C214 large diaphragm condenser microphone. I went through the whole setup and got everything working, but when I tried recording some vocals the recording played back at a slightly higher pitch. Why is this happening and how can I make it stop?
Hello everyone, I recently got a POD Studio UX2 last month and it was working fine until a few days ago. I'm kinda new to guitar and stuff so I'm not too informed with all these technical things, guitar or audio interface-wise. So basically when I plug in the guitar to my UX2 and open POD Farm, I hear like whistles (even when not touching the guitar). The volume of those high pitch whistles are louder when I put the setting in a higher gain preset (metal presets). Before I got the UX2 this problem occured to me once when I was using the line-in of my PC. But I decided to ignore it and it went away after a while. I don't know why or how it fixed itself. This is really getting annoying, because I was planning to record myself. But what I did before asking this here is researching it on Google, but I can only find people having issues with their guitar amps, not on an audio interface. So maybe I thought they do link together, or maybe it's something totally different. But either way I haven't found a solution that I can understand. So if anyone here is capable of helping me, I'd really appreciate it. Thank you in advance.