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Hello all, I've recently been using focusrites plugins for recording in programs, however, its not standalone application and I cannot use it in "realtime" to do other things. I've always used voicemeter banana while livestreaming. My biggest breakthrough was discovering podfarm to output directly to OBS and use gate and compressor with voicemeter banana My issues are that I was getting no output, not even an ASIO to adobe audition except my focusrite asio. Podfarm (which is currently only trial as I need to test it before I buy it) I select and can modify the program as I would similar to focus-rites plugins yet I cannot output it anywhere. I'd assume I'd be able to select it as an audio device in windows or even a recording device in my daw. Is this because its a trial? or am I doing something wrong. Any help would be greatly appreciated. please and thank you Kyle
So I recently purchased a Pod Studio UX 1 that also comes with PodFarm. I load up into PodFarm, find my MIC, set the bit-rates, etc. But here's my issue. I go into the audio control panel, and when I talk, I see that under Recording the UX1 interface doesn't show any movement of Audio. Yet in PodFarm 2.5 I see the audio in Input and Output move up and down. Where is it going? I have plugged my headphones into the PHONES jack on the front just like it says. I'm able to hear all of my PC's sounds, along with myself when talking into PodFarm with the effects. (Really wish I couldn't re-hear myself) When I do load into recording programs, the closest one I can get working is Adobe Audition, which makes me use ASIO. But as you know, the ASIO method is the worst when you're trying to use this with things like OBS and Skype. (Because then they won't take any MIC audio) So, if you could PLEASE HELP me, I wanna know where my audio is going. It seemed that I should just be able to plug my MIC into the UX1 and PodFarm should make an output through the Audio Interface in my Audio Control Panel. Am I missing something? Thanks for the help! BTW: All drivers are up to date. System Specs: OS: Windows 10 CPU: fx-8350 RAM: 16 gigs MIC: Cad GXL 2200 w/ Phantom Power Box
Hi, I am going to be purchasing a new microphone set up for YouTube and Streaming (AT2035 microphone with a Pod Studio UX2). I am just wondering whether the effects I will use on POD Farm (Noise Gate, Compression, ect) will come through on programs like Skype, OBS, Audacity and DxTory. I understand that quite a few YouTubers use this same setup (AT2035 and UX2) and that all their effects come through fine on programs like these but I just want to make sure that I do not have to purchase anything else to make these effects come through on these programs. I would appreciate any help I can get in the comments :) Thanks for your time, Michael