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Hi Line 6 forum, My question is: Has anyone been able to successfully connect the Razer Sieren Pro with the UX2? If yes, How is this achieved? I've unboxed from new and fully installed PODFarm v2.59 & Line 6 Monkey/ Authorized my UX2 to my PC. My objective is to use the UX2 and PODFarm as a voice morphing/ changer for creative gaming purposes. The Razer Sieren Pro has three outputs: USB, Headphone/ AUX female jack and a DMX 5-pin output with a Y split XLR adaptor cable (one 5-pin into two 3-pin). The Razer Sieren Pro works correctly when connected directly to the PC, however the PODFarm voice morphing software doesn't transmit out through the Microphone. I've browsed many forums and tutorials and have tried the basic adjustments i;e: Adjusted the UX2 dials and enabling the phantom +48V button, tried multiple UX2 line/ microphone ports/ inputs/ outputs with the above mentioned cable/ AUX cable and also an aftermarket adaptor cable (one 5-pin to one 3-pin) , changing the PODFarm mixer INPUT: Mic 1 and tried the various other inputs, enabling UX2 as default through Windows 10 sound settings and disabling all other audio and recording inputs/ outputs. Still no success. Any clarity or result would be much appreciated, cheers.
Hi guys! I've recently bought a new computer, dell inspiron 7577 (ssd, i7, 16gb, win10 64-bit), mainly for improving performance and efficiency when it comes to home recording. After I plugged in my Pod Studio GX some very irritating problems started (I'm using Pod Farm 2.59). The sound that went from the headphones was crackling, popping, cutting out for 0,2 - 0,5s. The crackling sounds are more frequent when I'm playing along youtube to some songs. I've started researching and it seems that a lot of people are dealing with similar problems. I've tried all possible solutions that I found here and on other forums: different usb ports, changing the power management, opening pod farm in compatibility mode, reinstalling drivers, opening pod farm with GPU enabled etc... The problems and interruptions became less frequent when I changed the Buffer Size in ToneDirect&USB Audio Streaming to higher medium, Default buffer size to 1024 and default bit depth to 32 bit. There are no crackling sounds or interruptions when I'm playing something on youtube without the guitar plugged in and playing. Here are my questions: 1. What may be the possible reasons for this kind of problems? I've thought that having a laptop with decent CPU, ram and ssd will prevent problems regarding the buffer size, let alone the need for increasing it etc. The problem is extremely frustrating because POD Farm was working good on low buffers with no problems on my old laptop (win7, i3, 4gb, hdd). 2. What may be some other possible solutions to this problem, maybe some of you encountered similar problems on the dell inspiron 7577? Interesting thing is that before dell i was testing a lenovo legion y520 and everything from pod farm to pod studio gx was working fine. 3. Is it a problem that may appear on other audio interfaces? For example if I buy a Focusrite Scarlett Solo will the problems be similar? Or is it just the line6 productsand it's lack of compatibility with win10? I would sincerely appreciate any help or response regarding my questions, Have a nice day!
I'll make this fast, I'm using a Line 6 UX1. Running Windows 10 64-Bit latest full release version. Using a CAD GXL2200 with a phantom power box. (All working btw). My UX1 is lit green, and I have the windows 10 driver installed, 18.104.22.168. Latest version of PodFarm 2.59 and everything. Here's my issue, every time I launch up PodFarm I have no Mic input going in. (Now as an FYI, I recently had to fresh reset my PC, before hand the mic was working just fine) I've tried everything from re-installing the driver, or re-installing everything Line 6. I've even disabled all other audio drivers/devices. Now here's some info that might help, when I do unplug a microphone, for a second there is a a little green line on input, meaning that some sort of feed goes in. If you have ANY advice, I'll be happy to take it. Also before you ask, I have a very high end PC (16 GB Ram, FX-4850 CPU, GTX 970), and yes everything physical including the box and phantom power box are running fine. Thank you! :D UPDATE: So I discovered that if at any point the UX1 Speakers receive any input of audio from the computer, the mic input will continuously create a loud static noise until I unplug and plug it back in...