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HI! i have pod gx but i want to sell it because i now have hd400 and am able to record music with it instead. I have no problems with recording guitar, However i have a problem with trying to record bass. When recording guitar i'm using the sound that is on the processor itself. When i want to record bass i want to use tones that are stored in POD Farm instead. When i connect my hd400 to the computer and run pod farm, the sound comes from both of them - there is a dual sound - one is a guitar amp from hd400, another is the bass amp tone i need from pod farm. When i try to record, it only records the sound that comes from hd400 directly and not the sound i need from pod farm. Is it possible to somehow mute hd400 sound and listen and record the pod farm sound instead? thank you
Hi, the little I understand is that DSP is a processor, but made for high performance. What confuses me is when I see something like Dual-core Processor vs Dual DSP. Dual-core Processor is 1 processor with 2 cores (kinda like 2 processors in 1 chip), so Dual DSP becomes a little generic, since it's not specified how many cores has 1 DSP. Am I right on my conclusions?