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Hello, I'm new to recording so any help is appreciated. I have a Line6 Spider IV 150amp. I am using the Scarlett 2i2 as my interface. I have everything plugged in correctly but no sound through my Monitors. I don't think i downloaded what i needed from Line 6 into my iMac because i had bought my Spider Amp prior to getting my new iMac. Any ideas of what downloads i need to install to get up and running???
I hope this is something obvious... do I have to log in online to use my Amplifi? I get that I would not be able to use the cloud features offline, but it would seem obvious to let me program my app tones without having to be logged into Line6. Also, if it's not there (haven't found it) the app should save your login credentials and default them when you open. It seems to clear them every open/close of the app. I have not spent a ton of time with it, so this may be operator error. Also - PLEASE add a PC/Mac application with USB connectivity at some point. The iPad app works well, but hardware updates and os updates are too frequent (also, some people would prefer Android, etc.). To be a serious tool, I think you need to have a computer based application to fall back on as well. Otherwise, I really am enjoying my Amplifi 75.
Spider Online is a free website providing lessons, jam-along tracks for all registered Spider amp owners and tones for owners of Spider I, II, III, IV or Spider Valve/Spider Valve MKII series amplifiers who have: Created a Line6.com user account: here. Registered their Spider amplifier serial number into said account: here. Have the latest version of Adobe Flash installed for their host computer: get it here. If you are a registered owner of one of these qualifying amplifiers, please be sure to check out this new service: here. For Spider Online Support, please visit: Spider Online Support.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: We're sad to say that GuitarPort Online is no longer accepting new subscriptions, and will be closing its doors on July 31st, 2012. Why is GuitarPort going away? Since the release of GuitarPort Online, many other companies have started offering downloadable music that can be used for practicing and jamming. This competition challenged our business model, and we have come to the unfortunate conclusion that we can no longer maintain GuitarPort Online according to our high standards. To help you continue enjoying your favorite content, we have moved the lessons over to Spider Online and given you a complimentary subscription to this site. We're also happy to give you the POD Farm 2.5 plug-in (a $99 value), which delivers a collection of classic amps, cabs and effects to complement your GuitarPort hardware. Details Annual Subscriptions Annual subscriptions received a prorated refund for the remaining unused time of what was paid for the full year. Saved Jam Tracks If you have GuitarPort Online jam tracks saved to your computer, they expired after July 31st, 2012, and you will not be able to use them any longer. Hardware Line 6 will continue supporting your GuitarPort hardware until September 2014, so keep on rocking with the included guitar amp and cab models, stompboxes and studio effects. Your GuitarPort is still useful as an audio interface. Getting more out of your GuitarPort device 1. The GuitarPort is a USB audio input/output (I/O) interface. It handles both the input of your guitar into the computer AND processed amp/effect modeling tones. You need to connect your headphones or powered computer speakers into the 1/8" or RCA output jacks of the GuitarPort to hear its output. 2. The amp/effects modelling occurs in our software applications, GearBox 3.72 and POD Farm 2.5, both available at http://line6.com/software/. Use the "Software" category down-arrow and select the desired software installer from the drop-down list. GearBox: Amp/Effects Modelling. Was also the Line 6 GuitarPort Online (GPO) subscription service software interface. POD Farm: Amp/Effects Modelling. Dual Tone path processing feature. Functions in standalone mode only with the GuitarPort hardware device. 3. The GuitarPort device can be used as an interface with most recording programs. Reaper (http://www.reaper.fm/), Audacity (http://audacity.sourceforge.net/) and Riffworks T4 (http://www.sonomawireworks.com/T4/) are a few you can try for free.