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Model Packs to POD Farm 2.5 iLOK
mirovaz posted a topic in POD Farm / POD Studio / TonePortSince GearBox and PodFarm I have all the Model Packs. Then I was a beginner and now I'm a pro living on music. I dont use UX2 anymore and it is just taking me space and one USB. So.. its possible to transfer the ModelPacks that I bought before to my iLOK instead of having to plug the UX2 or the PODXTPRO all the time? This would be great. Any info on that? Thanks
Hello, my apologies in advance for the long story, I have been using/enjoying Pod Farm and the UX2 for years, but lately I had some audio problems with my old UX2, I could not find a new one, so I tried with a different brand (Orange Omec teleport interface), bought pod farm from line 6, opened a support ticket, they de-authorized my old UX2 so that I could use the packs and in the end, the Orange OMEC did not worked with pod farm at all, so I re-authorized my old UX2 (this was my last authorization, according to the website I'm not allowed to more de-authorize/authorize ) anyway... after a few months (and losing money) I have finally found a brand new UX2 in ebay and bought it, so, my question is the following: Can I use my model packs with both UX2 interfaces? ( my idea is to have the old UX2 as emergency back up in my old computer, and the new one in my new laptop ) I don't want to de-authorize my old UX2 ( I ran out of authorizations ), if it's not possible I guess I'll have to save money in order to buying the packs again. Thanks in advance for your answers, and showing me the proper protocol.
I have an old Podxt and have installed the 3 model packs. I am trying to install PacksFantastic bundle, GuitarModelPacks & PackAttackforPOD off the line6 website, however I am having trouble. Line6 Edit wont even show the bundles on the left hand side and Line6 Monkey says 'The Bundle file you specified is not a valid line6 bundle file, or is compatible with PODxt. Running MacOSX Sierra Help would be extremely grateful! Thanks Alex :)