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  1. Hi, I heavily depend on my pods ( XT Live, Farm, etc.) for production and live performance, having used both software and hardware at shows. Recently I decided to just use Pod Farm 2.5( as plugin) to perform as it makes more sense for me creatively and logistically and while working on the setup I encountered the fact that Pod Farm 2.5x does not respond to the midi learn function when used as a plugin… Stand alone works fine but this is a little inconvenient since it is much more effective for me to be able to work on my tones on a recorded dry signal in context ( I use stems in Ableton Live ) while moving on the road… Of course I can record on Ableton, work on the tone, save and open in stand alone… but this limits my possibilities as well as adds extra time which in a hectic soundcheck even a second counts. Pod Farm 2.02( plugin) on the other hand works as it should in regards to midi learn but the GUI shows up "broken" which is not good for performing. It looks like the midi learn function on Pod Farm plugin has not been working properly since 2.51 and we're in .56 now I suppose I'll have to use it stand alone but I'd appreciate any help or info as to how and if this issue can be resolved. Many thanks! ps. is the same in OS X Mavericks and MOuntain Lion.
  2. How to Activate Helix Native Download the latest version of Helix Native at http://line6.com/software/. Run the Helix Native installer. We suggest you temporarily disable all third party antivirus programs during the installation. During the install, take note of the VST3 and AAX Plugin folder locations. If you choose to install the PC VST2 plugin, you will be able to choose your own folder location. On Mac, VST2 is installed at /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST/. PC VST2 only: Open your recording program's preferences and point it to the folder that Helix Native was installed to. Start your DAW, create an audio track, then add Helix Native as a plugin (see below for links to your particular DAW). On first run, you will be prompted to sign in to your Line 6 account to authorize your license. Individual DAW Set-up Articles Pro Tools Cubase Garage Band Reaper Studio One Sonar Logic Pro X Ableton Live Q: I can't find the Helix plug-in, even after following the steps in the articles above. A. Possible causes: The default VST3 folder on Windows is C:\Program Files\Common Files\VST3\. Ensure your DAW has scanned that directory. Helix Native is a VST Effect. When searching your DAW's plug-ins list, make sure to look under VST Effects and not VST Instruments. Helix Native is 64-bit only, and therefore won't appear in a 32-bit DAW. Q: What are the default locations for Helix Native plug-in files? This version of Helix Native plug-in installs on a Mac to: AU Plug-in : /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/Components/Helix Native.component VST2 Plug-in : /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST/Line 6/Helix Native.vst VST3 Plug-in : /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST3/Line 6/Helix Native.vst3 AAX Plug-in : /Library/Application Support/Avid/Audio/Plug-Ins/Line 6/Helix Native.aaxplugin This version of Helix Native plug-in installs on Windows to: VST3 Plug-in : C:\Program Files\Common Files\VST3\Line 6\Helix Native (x64).vst3 AAX plugin: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Avid\Audio\Plug-Ins\Line 6\Helix Native.aaxplugin n NOTE: The VST2 plugin installation location, if installed, will be determined by the user during the installation process.
  3. Line6Will

    Helix Native FAQ

    Helix Native FAQ Q: Is Helix Native an entire Helix in a plugin? Yes. Helix Native features all the amp, cab, and effects models of Helix and Helix Rack, as well as IR loading. Its presets are fully compatible with Helix and Helix Rack hardware so you can effortlessly transfer your tones from the studio to the stage and back again. Q: Why did you make Helix Native plug-in? Because it's the right thing to do. Helix is all about elegant solutions to musicians problems, and helps fulfill the studio-to-stage-and-back promise. With Helix Native, potentially weeks of work could be condensed down to a minute or two. Q: Is there a demo version to try out? Yes. You can try before they buy! A free trial is available at http://line6.com/software/ and is fully functional for 15 days. System Requirements Q: What are the supported Mac/PC System and Hardware Requirements and which Digital Audio Workstations are Helix Native be compatible with? Mac Computers: · Mac OS X 10.10 or newer · 64-bit AAX Native, Audio Units (AU), VST3 host DAW software · Supported Sample Rates: 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz, 96 kHz Minimum Hardware Requirements · Dual-Core 2.0GHz processor or faster · 4GB of RAM · 100MB of free disk space · Internet connection required for license authorization (and for trial version) Supported DAW and Plugin Formats (Mac) Windows Computers: · Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, & Windows 10 (64-bit only) · 64-bit AAX Native, VST3 or VST2 host DAW software · Supported Sample Rates: 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz Minimum Hardware Requirements · Dual-Core 2.0GHz processor or faster · 4GB of RAM · 100MB of free disk space · Internet connection required for license authorization (and for trial version) Supported DAW and Plugin Formats (PC) *To ensure that VST2 is installed, please check the box for it in the Helix Native installer. Q: Will Helix Native work with iLok? There is no licensing available through iLok. It is authorized on first run of the plugin. Just log in with your Line 6 username and password and click "authorize computer". Q: How many computers can Helix Native be installed on with a single license? Licensing is tied to Line 6 accounts and up to four computers can share a single license. Q: I installed Helix Native and can't authorize my computer. What should do I do? You may have exceeded the limit of authorized devices for your Line 6 account. Visit http://line6.com/account/devices/ for more information on de-authorizing an old device. You may also contact Customer Service to resolve authorization issues. Customer Purchase Terms and Conditions Q: How can I purchase Helix Native? Worldwide customers can purchase Helix Native from http://shop.line6.com. Customers will select a Helix Native pricing tier and follow instructions on shop.line6.com to complete their purchase. There are 4 price tiers for a customer to purchase Helix Native: 1) Helix Native is available for $399.99 2) Helix Native is available for $99.99, with proof of purchase of Helix Floor or Helix Rack 3) Helix Native is available for $299.99, with proof of purchase of Helix LT or POD Farm Platinum 4) Helix Native is available for $349.99, with proof of purchase of POD Farm Standard Terms and Conditions apply to each customer purchase option. In the United States, customers can also purchase Helix Native from Sweetwater.com Q: What hardware products are eligible for the various pricing tiers listed above? Eligible Products include Helix Floor, Helix Rack, Helix LT, POD X3 (all models), POD Farm Platinum, POD Farm Standard, POD Studio (all models), Tone Port UX8, Tone Port Silver bundle, and Tone Port Gold bundle only. Eligible Products must be purchased as new from an authorized Line 6 reseller and must be owned by the individual who purchases (or has purchased) an Eligible Product from a Line 6 reseller and registers (or has registered) the Eligible Product at for a period of no less than one hundred eighty (180) days in order to qualify for the Promotional Savings. Additional Terms and Conditions apply. Q: Do I need to provide proof of purchase to qualify for the discounted pricing tier? During the purchase of Helix Native, shop.line6.com will check for a registered hardware product in your Line 6 account in order to determine if you qualify for the discounted pricing tier. Hence, it is important that you register your eligible product before you try to purchase Helix Native at the discounted price. Q: Can I keep Helix Native if I return their my product? If you return your eligible products, that will break the Terms and Conditions of your purchase of Helix Native and may be required to pay the difference or may have your Helix Native license revoked. Additional Terms and Conditions apply. Q: If I have trouble taking advantage of the discounted price of Helix Native? If you purchase an eligible product as new, and you're having difficulty with purchasing Helix Native at a discounted pricing tier, you can contact Line 6 Customer Support at Line6.com/support/tickets to extend the pricing discount after verification of the purchase and eligible product. Q: How many parameters can be automated in Helix Native? Parameters and/or block bypass states can be automated by assigning them to automation channels (16 knobs and 16 switches) in your DAW (up to 16 per instance). Q: Why did you limit the presets in Helix Native to the hardware? In order to maintain preset compatibility, Helix Native presets have the same constraints as Helix hardware products. Q: How many models will be available at launch? 62+ Amps, 37+ Cabs, 16 mics, and 101+ Effects. This is equivalent to Helix firmware 2.21. Q: I've just updated my Helix hardware's firmware to x.xx, how can I be sure my patches will be compatible? There will be a statement in the About box for Helix Native that states which version of Helix Firmware is patch compatible. Q: Will Helix Control work with Helix Native connected via USB? FBV? Not at this time. Q: Will Helix Native support external MIDI for patch changes or parameter control? Not at launch. Q: Will there be updates for Helix Native like there is with Helix hardware? Our goal is to update models simultaneously in order to keep compatibility with Helix hardware. Q: I bought Helix Native and don't like it, can I return it? The standard return policy is 30 days from the date of purchase. Q: Will the UI be resizable? Not at launch. We are working on it. Q: Will Helix Native support Retina displays (2x resolution)? Not at launch. Q: Will there be undo/redo functionality? Not at launch. To be determined. Some DAWs can use the compare A/B to get around this. Q: Will Helix Native support Snapshots? Not at launch, but we are working on it. Q: Will Helix Native have a built-in tuner? Not at launch. Q: Will there be a stand alone version? Not at launch. Q: Are POD Farm presets compatible? No. POD Farm presets are not compatible, as they use an entirely different generation of amp and effect models. Q: Will Helix Native presets be compatible with my Helix hardware presets? Yes. At the time of writing, presets made with version 2.20 version firmware will be compatible with Helix Native, this primarily means that all of the processing models and blocks will be available. Presets downloaded from CustomTone.com will also be compatible. However, there are some caveats: Input and Output routing will be passing through to the DAW channel in/out. Sending to Path 2A/2B works. Noise Gate is functional from the input block. Variax settings are ignored. Guitar In-Z is ignored. Global parameters will not be accessible in the plugin Global EQ is not available in the plugin Send/Return blocks are ignored (bypassed) in the plugin IRs are supported, but must be stored in the 'Impulses' folder locally on the computer. Bypass Assignments and Controllers Assignments are ignored, and are instead triggered by incoming MIDI commands or automation channels. (see Helix MIDI spec) Command Center is not available in the plugin
  4. 10 Launch Sonar, go to 'Edit -> Preferences -> File -> VST Settings' 2) Make sure the correct location is added to the VST Scan Paths. The Location of plug-ins files depend on your setting during installation. The default location is 64 bits - C:\Program Files\VstPlugins 3) If the steps above are not working, try the scan button in the Scan options to re-scan the target folders.
  5. For Mac: 1) Launch Live, go to 'Live -> Preferences -> File Folder' 2) Make sure that 'Use Audio Units' and 'Use VST Plug-in System Folders' are turned on. 3) If the steps above are not working, please try re-scanning for it again by clicking 'Re-scan Plug-ins' For Windows: 1) Launch Live, go to 'Options -> Preferences -> File Folder' 2) Make sure that 'Use VST Plug-in System Folders' are turned on. 3) Make sure the correct location is chosen under the VST Plug-in Custom Folder option. The location of the plug-in files depend on the location setting made during installation. The default locations are as below: 64-bits - C:\Program Files\VST Plugins 4) If the steps above are not working, please try re-scanning for it again by clicking 'Re-scan Plug-ins'
  6. 1) Launch Logic Pro X, go to 'Logic Pro -> Preferences -> Audio Units Manager'. 2) Make sure Helix Native is in the list and the box is ticked. 3) If Helix Native is not in the list, but the file "HelixNative.components" does exist in the location '/Library/Audio/Plug-in/Components/, please try the steps below: 1. Quit Logic 2. Click on the "Go" Menu in the Finder while holding down (alt) to access the 'username/Library' folder 3. If there is not a HelixNative.component in "username/Library/Audio/Plugins/Components, please copy it from Mac HD/Library -> Audio -> Plugins -> Components and put it into username/Library/Audio/Plug-in/Components/ 4. Move the com.apple.audiounits.chache file o the desktop for backup. 5. Relaunch logic, and see if you can re-scan for plug ins.
  7. Only Studio One Producer and Studio One Professional supports 3rd party plug-ins, please make sure your version is correct. You can check the link below for comparison. https://www.presonus.com/products/studio-one/compare-versions If your version is correct, please follow the steps below. For Mac: 1) Launch Studio One, go to 'Studio One -> Preferences -> Locations -> VST Plug-ins' 2) Make sure the location is added: VST: 'Library/Audio/Plug-ins/VST' Audio Units: '/Library/Audio/Plug-ins/Components/ 3) Please tick the 'Scan at startup' option, make sure Studio One scans your plug-ins at the program startup. For Windows 1) Launch Studio One, go to 'Studio One -> Preferences -> Locations -> VST Plug-ins' 2) Make sure the correct location is added. The default location is below: C:\Program Files\VSTPlugins 3) Please tick the 'Scan at startup' option, make sure Studio One scans your plug-ins at the program startup.
  8. 1. Launch Garage Band, and create an audio track. 2. Go to View -> Open Smart Control Click on the "i" icon on the smart control top bar, then drag the scroll bar to find Audio FX slots. Click on the Audio FX Slot and find Helix Native from Audio Units -> Line 6 -> Helix Native
  9. Hello i've downloaded and installed helix native BUT the factory preset list is empty!! Anywhere to DL it from or any ideas??
  10. Line6Will

    How to Find Helix Native in Reaper

    Locating Helix Native in Reaper 1. Create a Mono or Stereo Audio Track 2. Click on the FX Box to bring up the plug-in menu. Choose VST -> Helix Native. If the Helix Native plug in not showing, follow these steps to make sure the VST pathways are correct. For Mac Check the Plug-ins Folder: 1. Go to Reaper -> Preferences -> Plug-ins -> VST 2. Make sure the correct location is added to the VST plug-in paths text below. The default location is as below: /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST3/ 3. If the steps above are not working, try the "Clear cache/re-scan" option. 4. If you can't find Helix Native in the Audio Units plug-in, please try restarting Reaper. Reaper scans for AU plug-ins at launch. For Windows Check the Plug-ins Folder: 1. Go to Reaper, Options -> Preferences -> Plug-ins -> VST 2. Make sure the correct location is added to the VST plug-in paths text box. The location of the plug-in files depend on your settings during installation. The default location is as below: C: > Program Files > Common Files > VST3 > Line 6
  11. Locating Helix Native in Cubase/Nuendo For Mac Launch Cubase or Nuendo. Go to Devices -> Plug-in Manager -> VST Effects and check to see if Helix Native is Active and the box is checked. The default location is ~/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST3 Locating Helix Native in Cubase/Nuendo For Windows Launch Cubase or Nuendo. Go to Devices -> Plug-in Manager -> VST Effects and check to see if the correct location is added. The default location is C: > Program Files > Common Files > VST3 > Line 6 Adding Helix Native to a track in Cubase Add an audio track. Click on Inserts -> Line6 -> Helix Native Here are some helpful videos for adding and organizing effects within Cubase
  12. Locating Helix Native in Pro Tools 1. Create a Mono or Stereo Audio Track 2. Open the Mixer Window in Pro Tools (Go to View -> Mix Window), then go to the insert section on the guitar tracks and click Insert A to view the plug-in menu and see if you can find the Helix Native plug-ins via the path: plug-in - Effect -> Helix Native Note: If the plug-in or manufacturer's name is not listed within the plug-in menu, then the plug-in is not detectable by Pro Tools. If the Helix Native plug-in isn't in the list, make sure it shows up in the Pro Tools Plug-ins folder using the directions below. If they don't show up there, try to download and install them again. If it does show up in the plug-ins folder but Pro Tools still doesn't see it, try trashing Pro Tools preferences. That will force Pro Tools to re-scan all the plug-ins in that folder. For Mac Check the Plug-ins Folder: 1. With the Finder open, click on Go and choose Computer. 2. For Pro Tools 11 or 12 (AAX), locate your plug-in at: Macintosh HD > Library > Application Support > Avid > Audio > Plug-Ins > Line 6 For Windows Check the Plug-ins Folder: For Pro Tools 11 or 12 (AAX), open Windows Explorer and navigate to C:\Program Files\Common Files\Avid\Audio\Plug-Ins\Line 6
  13. Cubase LE 9 on OSX and Windows no longer supports 32-bit plug-ins, which includes Pod Farm 2.x. You can read more about this change on the Steinberg website here: https://www.steinberg.net/en/newsandevents/news/newsdetail/article/cubase-85-is-last-version-to-be-32-bit-compatible-3469.html https://www.steinberg.net/en/newsandevents/news/newsdetail/article/future-releases-as-64-bit-only-3778.html
  14. Line6Will

    Echo Farm Operation

    All the Echo Farm knob controls are designed to be adjusted using a straight left-to-right or up-and-down mouse motion. Click on any knob and drag to the left or down to lower the parameter's value. Drag to the right or up to increase the value. For best results, avoid clicking and dragging a knob in a circular motion. TIP: For most knob controls, simply double-click directly on the knob itself to reset it to its default value. The Echo Farm buttons are generally configured for single-click operation. Click on a button to change the parameter to its opposite state, and click again to change it back. The exception is the Note button; click and hold on the Note button for a pop-up selection and choose the desired note division value. Additional model-specific details follow on the next few pages. 1. Echo Model Menu This is where you select the echo model you would like Echo Farm to use. 2. Echo Model Info Button (the question mark button) - Click for additional details and to get a peek at the inspiration for the currently selected model. 3. Delay Time Knob and Display Use to set the delay time, or simply click on the display and type in a numerical value (displayed in milliseconds). 4. BPM Tempo Display In addition to the Delay Time controls, you can alternatively set the delay time by entering the tempo (Beats Per Minute) of your tune. Or, click the little lock icon to the left of the Tempo title to sync to the session timeline tempo. Never worry again about your delay repeats falling out of sync! 6 NOTE: The BPM Display becomes grayed out and inactive when you enter a delay time using the Delay Time knob. Type in a delay time value in the millisecond box or tap in the desired delay time with the Tap button. Use the Pro Tools Plug-In Automation options if you need to set Echo Farm to change tempos to follow your music while using this Delay Time mode. 5. Note Value Buttons Here you can select a note value to set the delay time. Simply use the BPM Tempo display (or the Tap button) to enter the tempo of your song, then select a note division value from the Note button menu (click and hold on the Note button to pop-up this menu). The buttons to the right of the note value allow you to modify your selection to become a triplet or dotted value. 6. Tap Button You can click on this button a few times to set your delay time. The BPM display will then be grayed out to let you know that your delay time no longer matches whatever BPM tempo you may have chosen. 7. Time Ramp Button This button lets you choose what is heard when you make changes to the Echo Farm delay time. With a realworld tape echo, speed changes are made by moving a tape head's position or varying the speed of a tape transport motor. As a result, time changes are smooth, with an audible "pitch-schmearing" effect (yes, this is a highly technical expression) which is part of a great tape delay's magic. That's the experience you'll get with this button on. If you want to immediately switch from one delay time to another, without any audible pitch-schmearing effect, click this button off. This is a handy control to use with the Pro Tools Plug-In Automation functions, allowing you to mix and match time ramping and immediate time changes within your session. 8. Pro Tools Plug-in Controls These top panel options are provided by the Pro Tools host application for effects plug-ins, offering preset selection, bypass, automation options and more. Please refer to your Pro Tools documentation for details. 9. Model-Specific Knobs The controls that appear within this row for each particular echo model are designed to emulate the functionality of the similarly-labeled knobs, switches, and jacks on the original units we modeled. For each model, two model-specific parameters (typically the two left knobs) are mapped to the Control 1 and Control 2 items in the Pro Tools Plug-In Automation dialog. Within the on-screen display graphics, Control 1 is always the left extra function for that model, and Control 2 is the right one. For example, in the Maestro EP-3 model, the Bass and Treble knobs correspond to Control 1 and Control 2, respectively. The following table summarizes the Control 1 & Control 2 assignments for all models: All information is taken from the Echo Farm 3.0 manual located here: http://line6.com/data/6/0a020a3de280588aa57190e8e/application/pdf/Echo%20Farm%203.0%20Pilot's%20Guide%20%20-%20English%20.pdf
  15. Line6Tony

    Echo Farm 3.0 FAQ

    What is Echo Farm 3.0 ? Echo Farm is a 64-bit delay modeler plug-in for the Pro Tools 11+ AAX Native platform. It offers 12 different delay models based on a combination of actual hardware devices and Line 6 originals and provides simple and effective controls for delay time, repeats, and other specialized parameters, such as magnetic head pattern or bit reduction. Echo Farm was introduced in the year 2000 as a Pro Tools TDM plug-in and became extremely popular, used on a multitude of award-winning records and soundtracks. Due to popular demand, we now make Echo Farm available as an AAX Native plug-in. When will Echo Farm be available and how much will it cost? Echo Farm 3.0 is available now through the Line 6 online store. The standard AAX license costs $199. What are the OS requirements? Mac OS Mountain Lion version 10.8.3 and higher Windows 7 and higher Is there an upgrade path to the AAX version? Yes there is, for registered 2.x TDM owners. The upgrade from 2.x TDM to 3.0 AAX costs $49. Both the 2.x TDM and the 3.0 AAX Echo Farm licenses need to be associated with the same iLok account for the upgrade to work. Will I have to surrender my Echo Farm TDM license when I activate the AAX license? Yes, the TDM license will be surrendered and voided when the AAX license is activated. This is irreversible. The AAX license will not authorize the TDM plugin. How can I tell if I own the 2.x TDM version? If you can see an Echo Farm license in the iLok License Manager program, you qualify. From Digidesign's archive: Echo Farm 2.0 or higher requires iLok authorization Beginning in December, 2002, all registered Echo Farm owners that purchased the older retail version of Echo Farm that shipped with floppy key disk authorizations were automatically sent Echo Farm 2.0 update kits with the installer CD and an iLok License Card. Is an iLok device required to use Echo Farm 3.0? Yes, it requires a version 2 or version 3 iLok device. Echo Farm 3.0 cannot use your computer alone as an authorizing device. Can I try it before I buy it? Yes. A time-limited demo version of Echo Farm 3.0 can be activated at line6.com/ilok. What changed in Echo Farm between the TDM and AAX version? Are there any new delay models? Our design goal was to provide 100% session compatibility and ensure that older projects open smoothly in Pro Tools 11 and higher. For this reason, we kept the Echo Farm AAX feature set unchanged from the TDM version. However, the AAX version now supports sampling rates up to 192 kHz, which was not possible with the older TDM version. What are your plans for an AAX DSP version of Echo Farm? We plan to release the plug-in on the AAX Native platform initially and evaluate demand for AAX DSP subsequently. Will Echo Farm AAX work with Pro Tools 10? Echo Farm AAX is a 64-bit plug-in and thus requires Pro Tools 11 or higher to function. What about Amp Farm? Will you port Amp Farm to AAX, too? Absolutely. We plan to make Amp Farm available for the AAX platform after the release of Echo Farm. At this time, we cannot comment on specifics related to pricing or availability.
  16. I would like to record clean guitar and bass lines and then add effects afterwards. I have always recorded the wet signal however sometimes when I play it back I am not 100% happy with the sound, meaning I have to re-record the whole thing again. I know Ableton has effects that can be added on post-recording but frankly they are not as good as those available in POD Farm (I am using version 1.12 by the way through a POD Studio UX1). I have tried directing the MIDI folder to the VST folder in the POD Farm programme file file but Ableton does not show anything there, whereas I have downloaded some after market Plugins to a different folder and it sees them fine. The Ableton version is live lite 8. Can this be done? Thanks, Steve.
  17. Hi all, Creating a thread for this since I don't see it anywhere. My problem is that I want to record two dry guitar tracks and pan them left and right, so I can use my POD farm vst and tweak the settings to get a nice sound. However, when I put the two tracks through the plugin it comes out mono, not stereo :( is there a way around this? I don't want to have to put the guitar tracks on two separate channels and have an instance of POD farm for each of them, and have to tweak both plugins, etc. Please help!!!!
  18. Hi I currently use Studio One 2 to record. Right now I have a few dry guitar tracks that I want to enhance using Pod Farm. I can't figure out how to use Pod Farm as a plugin, I've looked at the manual which says, "VST plugins are installed in /Library/Audio/Plug-ins/VST/Line 6" but when open the final line 6 folder it turns out to be empty. I tried to re install Pod Farm and follow a few other tutorials on the Line 6 forums. If anyone has any suggestions it would be appreciated. Thanks so much
  19. Hello, i can't use gearbox in my Macbook Air because the pluging is not compatible. What can I do? I have to wait for a new plugin version. Thanks.
  20. A long time ago I bought a Toneport UX2, a handful of the expansion packs, and the ability to run Gearbox as a VST plugin. Right now I'm on extended travel and I am trying to find out if there is a way for me to run any the software that I've purchased in the past with a small non-line 6 recording interface on my mac via VST or otherwise? Thanks
  21. ScaleViz

    X3 Live Pod Farm 1

    Hello, Can anyone advise me on the POD Farm plug-in, my x3 Live shows all model packs and a podfarm 1 license, although I cannot seem to get POD farm to work in standalone mode when the X3 is connected, all the packs show up as installed on the splash screen then I get told that there is no compatible device connected. I have also tried the plugin from withing Ableton Suite and nothing shows up in the plugin section. Thanks for looking. Shane
  22. so Pro Tools 11 has been here for about a week. it has been known to the world for several months.. yet no matter how hard I search, I can't find anything that says whether Line 6 has even thought about Pod Farm AAX or not.. I know this company has been working on a lot of other things recently, but I'm really not that impressed with their maintenance of PF, which I use quite a bit (there are lots of obvious bugs in the RTAS version that should have been fixed long ago). is this product simply becoming obsolete so that neither Line 6 nor the general public really cares about its future? or are there others like me who love Pod Farm and are desperate to see it keep developing into a solid, modern product? sorry for the rant.. -Ben
  23. Hi there! I am using POD Farm 2.55 as a Plugin in Sonar X1 64bit With a UX2 as Hardware I've used This Setup for a couple of years now, and never any real problems. Until now... I want to use the Dual channel mode in Podfarm. So I have 2 different tones running at the same time! Sound Great!! although, the track with the podfarm on it keeps "falling out" (wen I bypass Pod farm you get the clean sound of the guitar recording.) So I open Podfarm and you can see the green input meter, so the guitar track is coming in to podfarm. but no output meter. and wen you open the "mixer view" tap in pod farm you can see that the output meters (both tone A and B are stuck. Noting happens, just the green output meter on a certain level.( I experience the problem with the 32bit and the 64bit version of podfarm and Sonar X1 !) The only way to fix it at that moment, is to load the complete tone again, or to go to the "mixer view" tap and switch the Input from right to left of left to right (depends on what its on of course). But when I have done that, and I can hear the guitar again. 2 seconds later it has already fallen out! I tried a couple of things already, I saw that other people experienced this error with Sonar 8 as well. There solution was to turn of the 64/bit Double Precision Engine. but In Sonar X1 it does not seem to do the trick! Can Some one help me out here! I really want to keep using the Dual tone mode because is sound so great! Thanks!
  24. Hi everyone ! I am an old user of Line6 products. I have a USB2 Toneport UX2 (the old one, red). I use it on my Macbook with Logic for recording. I have GearBox and Pod Farm on my computer. I'd like to have Pod Farm 2, but it seems I can't have it for free, because I bought this Toneport few years ago. Am I wrong ? So I use Logic for recording. I record guitar and bass without any effects or amp, and I add them after. I use plugin for that. Is there a way to use Pod Farm as a plugin ? I tried Pod Farm 2, I can add plugin on my track, but the software needs to be activated, wich I can't do because I didn't buy it (too expensive and Pod Farm is good enough). So, what should I do ? Thanks !
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