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  1. Unfortunately, the design engineers decided to dual purpose an output without understanding the consequences. The PHONES/DIRECT OUT provides a stereo signal to the tip and the ring of a 1/4 Jack when inserted into the connector on the back panel. This is fine for listening with headphones but absolutely WORTHLESS when connecting to any mixing console input. Almost all mixer inputs accept BALANCED audio signals and when you send a STEREO signal to such an input you will only hear the audio that is not common to either channel. Mostly it will be a really crappy, low level signal that is impossible to use to anything. The easy fix is to lift one of the conductors on the cable (tip or ring) and leave it unconnected to anything. A more complex fix is to combine the leaft and right channels to make a mono signal and put it on the tip of a cable sent to the mixer and leave the ring unconnected. WHY? Because BALANCED audio format is one of the coolest tricks around. A balanced output has the guitar (audio) signal AND the inverse of the guitar (audio) signal both on the one cable. Signal on the tip (or pin 2 in XLR) and inverse of the signal on the ring (pin 3 of the XLR) . When these signals are sent to a BALANCED INPUT, the signals are SUBTRACTED from each other to produce a signal with twice the gain. This is all done to eliminate the noise which will be a positive signal on both conductors. Say the signal is 2 volts and the noise is .5 volts. You get 2 - (-2) = 4 for the signal and .5 -.5 = 0 for the noise. brilliant stuff because it is so simple. So when you plug your DIRECT OUT into a balanced input (almost all mixers have balanced inputs) you get LEFT SIGNAL - RIGHT SIGNAL = almost all the good stuff gone! I was shocked that a great company like LINE6 would pass this off and even tell you tpo use the DIRECT OUT to record. Really a remedial design issue that should have been caught before they made the amps. peace
  2. Français Deutsch Application Q: What are the presets on my Spider Jam amplifier? A: Please be aware that the user presets are identical to the Spider III, and the Song/Artist presets are very similar to the Spider III. The Spider Jam user presets are the 36 user-programmable presets (banks 1-9, A-D). The Artist/Song presets location cannot be saved, but you can modify and/or store these settings in the 36 user-programmable presets. If you would like to return your unit to the original presets, please perform a factory reset. Q: How many song and/or drum loops are included on the Spider Jam? A: There are 71 song jam loops (arranged by tempo), and 81 drum loops (also arranged in tempo) totaling 152 pre-recorded song jams. Q: I noticed that some of the Artist/Song Presets from the Spider III are not present on the Spider Jam? A: Yes, some of the Artist/Song Presets from the original Spider III release were not included in the Spider Jam release, due to space restrictions (please compare the two lists for clarification). Q: Are there any video tutorials I can view to learn how to use the Spider Jam? A: Q: Are the song guitar presets (i.e. 70s sounds) accompanied by backing tracks of those songs as well? A: No, all of the backing tracks on the Spider Jam are original compositions written and performed specifically for the Spider Jam playback. If you want to play along with the actual songsyou have a couple options. You can connect your CD or MP3 player into the jack to play along with tone song, or you can convert the song to a 44.1/16 bit mono wav file and install the song on your unit using the SD Card. Q: How can I change the tempo of the pre-recorded patterns, and will it change the pitch? A:In the original version of the Spider Jam (Version 1.04), the tempo of the pre-recorded patterns could be changed by using the Tempo / Pitch control wheel, which also changed the pitch of the patterns in ½ step increments. Go to the second page of song/drums to access this control. The pitch adjustment can be made while recording and the playback will reflect the pitch changes. Spider Jam Version 2.0x allows the change of tempo without changing pitch. See pages 43 and 44 of the Spider Jam Manual (rev. C or later) for more details. Q: Does the Spider Jam have a drum machine or are the patterns pre-programmed? A: All of the songs and drum patterns in the Spider Jam are actual performances and not re-programmable. Q: Are the songs and drum tracks mixed to the center or are they spread into a stereo image? A: All of the audio of the pre-recorded tracks are centered, creating a dual-mono image that will appear in both the left and right outputs either on the headphone outputs or the RCA outputs. The center imaging allowed twice as many to tracks to be included on the Spider Jam songs. Q: Can I change the pitch/speed of the CD/MP3 input jack as well? A: No, the CD/MP3 input pitch cannot be altered by the Spider Jam. Q: How can I transfer my recorded loops from my Spider Jam to my computer? Can I use an SD-card to store/transfer my songs from the Spider Jam to my CPU? A: There are stereo RCA outputs on the back of the unit to export your Pod/CD quality audio into your favorite recording device. The Spider Jam version 2.x and later can transfer 44.1K/16 bit mono .wav files to and from your computer. The SD-card slot can be used to upgrade the Spider Jam version 1 to version 2. Please see the update link below to update an earlier Spider Jam unit. Q: How long can I record on the Spider Jam and what is the recording format? A: You can record for up to 24 minutes in the .wav format (this is the only format used on the Spider Jam) Q: Can the Spider Jam recorder work as a loop sample to be used on the fly like a Line 6 DL-4? A: Yes, with the exception of the reverse mode looper. Q: Can the Spider Jam aux input and the guitar input be used at the same time with the same guitar tone? A: Yes, by holding the record/send button for two seconds and selecting the Aux Input assignment - turn the select knob to 'mixed with guitar'. Q: Can I use a different amp sound when I use two guitar inputs (i.e. the main instrument and aux inputs) on the Spider Jam? A: No, but if you leave the aux input on a clean tone you could use the mic channel to get a different sound. Q: How can I record processed AND unprocessed guitar straight from the Spider Jam into a recording program? A: You can record processed guitar into the main instrument input and unprocessed into the auxiliary input, but not at the same time. Q: Is there a 'vocal eliminator' so I can jam with my CD/MP3 input without the vocals getting in the way of my incredible shredding? A: No, but that usually doesn't stop people from shredding. Setup/Connections Q: What can I connect to the Spider Jam? A: Guitars, Microphones, Basses, Acoustic Guitars, CD players, headphones, home stereos, P.A.s. Q: Is there a direct out on the Spider Jam? A: There are stereo RCA outputs on the back of the unit with CD quality (44.1K, 16 bit) audio output. Q: Is the CD/MP3 input stereo or mono? A: The CD input is stereo, which you can use a standard 3.5mm TRS cable with. This will allow you to hear your CD/MP3 input in "true stereo" when using your Spider Jam with headphones. Q: How is the signal routed when in performance mode on the Spider Jam? A: The guitar is routed to the 12" speaker, and there is no guitar signal routed to the RCA jacks (but the song output is). Q: Which Line 6 floor controller(s) can I use with the Spider Jam? A: We recommend the Line 6 FBV series Shortboard or the FBV Express, although the FBV works as well (be aware that the amp 1&2, stomp 2/3 buttons, tremolo, and favorite channel buttons will have no effect). The FBV2 pedal will only move the presets up and down and will not control any of the recording functions. Q: When I connect my FBV Shortboard Mk II, the function 2 button has no effect? A: The Function 2 button has no effect on the current version (2.09) Spider Jam firmware. Q: Can I connect an external pre-amp (i.e. Line 6 POD) to the Spider Jam? Can I connect the Spider Jam into a PA system of home stereo? A: You can connect an external preamp into the CD input or the Aux input of the Spider jam, and connect the RCA outputs of the Spider Jam into a PA or stereo system by using the RCA outputs. Q: Does the Spider Jam have an effects loop? A: There is no effect loop on the Spider Jam amplifier. Specifications Q: Is the SD memory card slot user accessible on my Spider Jam? A: The SD memory card slot can be used to update the Spider Jam firmware and transfer wav files between the amplifier and a computer (see below for the update information). Q: Does the Spider Jam come with the SD memory card? What is the maximum/minimum size to the SD card to be used with the Spider Jam? A: The Spider Jam does not include an SD memory card, and the maximum size to the SD card to be used with the Spider Jam is 2 Gigs of RAM. Q: How can I get a cover for the Spider Jam? A: The Spider Jam has the same dimensions as the Spider II 112 and the Spider III 75 combo amp, and can be purchased at the Line 6 store link below: Line 6 Store . Registration/Warranty Q: What is the warranty on the Spider Jam? A: *the warranty on the Spider Jam is twelve months from the date of purchase. Q: How can I register my Spider Jam? Registration Troubleshooting/Service Q: How do I perform a factory reset on my Spider Jam? A: The factory reset for a Spider Jam is to hold down the settings/tone button as you turn on the power and hold the button for 5-8 seconds. Q: I am noticing a lot of noise on my recorded guitar and/or aux input tracks (either on preformance or playback)? A: If the mic/aux input compression and/or EQ controls are set to high levels (above 6 db), this may affect the guitar palyback levels as well. Please return to the compression or EQ settings to "normal" levels or perform a factory reset to avoid the noise. Q: I am noticing clipping and or popping sounds on my backing tracks? A: Some backing tracks are louder than others and may clip. If you notice clipping occuring you can lower the song/drums playback level until the clipping is no longer heard. Q: How do I update my SpiderJam to the latest firmware? Spider Jam/JM4 2.09 Update Instructions Q: Where can I get replacement knobs/speakers/logos for my Spider amplifier? Line 6 Store Quels sont les presets sur l’ampli Spider Jam? Vous pouvez trouver une liste der presets user et les presets des artistes pour le Spider Jam en tant que pièce jointe à la fin du document. Les presets user sont les mêmes comme ceux du Spider III et les presets des artistes sont très similaire. Les presets user sont les 36 presets programmables (1-9, A-D) et les presets artistes sont fixés. Si vous voulez retourner aux presets originaux, vous pouvez réinitialiser l’appareil. Combien de boucles sont inclus avec le Spider Jam ? Le Jam a 71 jam loops et 81 drum loops donc 152 loops en total. Quelques presets artistes du Spider III manquent sur le Jam ? Oui, on n’a pas inclus tous les presets artistes à cause des problèmes d’espace dans le Jam. Comparez les deux listes de presets pour voir les différences. Est-ce qu’il y en a des tutoriels sur le Spider Jam ? Spider Jam Tutorials Est-ce que les presets de guitares ont des playbacks des chansons ? Non, tous les playbacks sur le Spider Jam sont des compositions originales pour le Spider Jam mais vous avez des options pour ca. Connectez un lecteur de CD ou MP3 au Spider Jam et jouez en même temps ou vous convertissez la chanson en 44.1kHz/16bit mono .wav et installez le sur le Jam avec une carte SD. Comment est-ce que je peux changer le tempo des modèles préenregistrés est est-ce que cette action changera le pitch ? Pour la version originale du Spider Jam (Version 1.04), vous pouvez changer le tempo avec la molette de commande Tempo/Pitch qui change aussi le pitch en étapes ½. Accédez la deuxième page des contrôles Song/Drums pour cette configuration. Vous pouvez ajuster le Pitch pendant l’enregistrement et le playback reflètera les changes du Pitch. Avec la version 2.0x du Spider Jam, vous pouvez ajuster le tempo sans changer le pitch. Si vous avez besoin de plus de détails consultez pages 43 et 44 du mode d’emploi (rév. C ou plus récent). Est-ce que le Spider Jam a une boîte à rythmes ou est-ce qu’elles sont préprogrammées ? Tous les chansons et modèles de batteries sont performances réelles, donc vous ne pouvez pas les reprogrammer. Est-ce que les chansons et batteries sont mono ou stéréo ? Tous ces sons sont des pistes préenregistrés monos. Avec cet enregistrement mono, nous pouvions inclure deux fois les pistes. Est-ce que je peux changer le pitch/speed de l’entrée jack CD/MP3 ? Non. Comment est-ce que je peux transférer mes loops enregistés à mon ordinateur ? Est-ce que peux utiliser une carte SD ? Le Spider Jam a des sorties RCA pour exporter du audio de qualité CD a votre appareil d’enregistrement. La version Spider Jam 2.0x peut aussi transférer des fichiers 44.1kHz/16bit mono .wav à votre ordinateur et retour. Combien de temps est-ce que je peux enregistrer sur le Spider Jam et quel format est utilisé ? Vous pouvez enregistrer jusqu’à 24 minutes en format .wav. Est-ce que je peux utiliser le Spider Jam comme loop sampler comme le DL4 ? Oui, excepte le reverse mode looper. Est-ce que je peux utiliser l’entrée AUX et l’entrée guitare en même temps avec le même ton de guitare ? Oui, maintenez le bouton Record/Send pour deux secondes et sélectez « AUX input assignment » et tournez le bouton Select à « mixed with guitar » Est-ce que je peux utiliser un autre son d’ampli si j’utilise deux entrées de guitares ? (ex. l’instrument principal et les entrées AUX) Non, mais si vous laissez l’entrée AUX sur un ton clean, vous pouvez utiliser le canal MIC pour recevoir un ton différent. Comment est-ce que je peux enregistrer un son guitare traité et un son guitare non traité de mon Spider Jam à mon programme d’enregistrement ? Vous pouvez enregistrer un signal de guitare traité avec l’entrée du instrument principale et le signal de guitare non traité avec l’entrée AUX mais pas en même temps. Est-ce qu’il y en a un « vocal eliminator » ? Non. Installation/Connexions Quels appareils est-ce que je peux connecter au Spider Jam IV ? Guitares, microphones, basses, lecteurs de CD, casques, chaîne hifi ou système de sonorisation. Est-ce qu’il y en a une sortie directe sur le Spider Jam ? Le Jam a des sorties RCA avec qualité CD (44,1kHz ; 16bit). L’entrée CD/MP3, est-elle stéréo ou mono ? L’entrée est stéréo, vous pouvez utiliser des câbles jack 3 points (TRS) 3,5mm. Avec cette configuration vous pouvez écouter à la musique stéréo si vous utilisez des casques. Comment est le signal routé en mode performance ? La guitare est routé au haut-parleur 12’’ et aucun signal guitare est routé aux connecteurs RCA (mais la chanson est) Quels contrôleurs Line 6 est-ce que je peux utiliser avec le Spider Jam ? Nous recommandons le Line 6 FBV Shortboard ou Express mais le FBV fonctionne également. (Les boutons Amp 1&2, Stomp 2/3, Tremolo ou Favorite n’ont aucun effet.) Le pédale FBV 2 uniquement change les presets vers le haut et vers le bas et ne contrôle aucune fonction d’enregistrement. Si je connecte mon Shortboard MkII, le bouton Function 2 n’a aucune fonction, est-ce que c’est normal ? Avec la version courante (2.09) le bouton Function 2 n’a aucun effet. Est-ce que je peux connecter un préampli (comme un Line 6 POD) au Spider Jam ? Puis-je le connecter à ma chaîne hifi ? Vous pouvez connecter un préampli externe à l’entrée CD ou AUX du Spider Jam et connecter les sorties RCA à une sonorisation ou chaîne hifi. Est-ce que le Spider Jam a un Effects Loop ? Non. Spécifications : Est-ce que je peux accéder la fente pour carte SD du Spider Jam ? Oui, la fente est utilisé pour transférer des fichiers .wav et des mises à jours du firmware. Est-ce qu’une carte SD est incluse avec le Spider Jam ? Non, mais attention, la capacité maximale ne peut pas dépasser 2 Go si vous le voulez utiliser avec un Spider Jam. Est-ce que je peux acheter une couverture pour mon Spider Jam ? Le Spider Jam a les mêmes dimensions que le Spider II 112 et Spider III 75 Combo. Vous pouvez acheter la couverture ici : Line 6 Store Régistration/Garantie: Quelle est la durée de garantie sur le Spider Jam ? Douze mois après la date d'achat. Comment est-ce que je peux registrer mon Spider Jam ? Régistration Dépannage et service : Comment puis-je réinitialiser mon Spider Jam ? Tandis que vous allumez le Spider Jam, maintenez enfoncé le bouton Settings/Tone pour 5 à 8 secondes. J’ai beaucoup de bruit dans mes enregistrements de guitare et/ou pistes d’entrée AUX (Performance et Playback). Qu’est-ce que je peux faire ? Si la compression et/ou l’EQ sur les entrées sont mis à des niveaux élevés (plus que 6 dB), les levels de Playback peuvent souffrent. Éssayez de retourner la compression et/ou EQ ou réinitialisez l’appareil. J’ai des coupures et claques dans le son, qu’est ce que je fais ? Quelques pistes d’accompagnement sont trop fortes pour les autres sons, donc ils coupent. Si vous remarquez des coupures, abaissez le niveau du Playback de la chanson ou de la batterie jusqu'à ce que vous ne puissiez plus entendre la coupure. Comment est-ce que je peux mettre mon Spider Jam à jour ? Spider Jam/ JM4 2.09 Update Instructions Où est-ce que je peux acheter des remplacements ? Line 6 Store Wo kann ich die Presets des Spider Jam finden? Die User Presets und Artist/Song Presets können Sie im Anhang an dieses Dokument finden. Die User Presets sind dabei identisch der User Presets des Spider III und die Artist/Song Presets sind denen des Spider III sehr ähnlich. Der Spider Jam hat 36 User Presets (Banken 1-9 und A-D). Die Artist/Song Presets können nur auf die 36 User Presets abgespeichert werden. Um die original Presets zurückzubekommen müssen Sie das Gerät auf Werkseisntellungen zurücksetzen. Wieviele Song/Drum Loops sind im Spider Jam enthalten? 71 Song Loops (angeordnet nach Tempo) sowie 81 Drum Loops (angeordnet nach Tempo). Manche Artist/Song Presets des Spider III sind nicht auf dem Spider Jam vorhanden, weshalb? Manche der Artisten/Song Presets sind nicht enthalten auf Grund von Speicherplatzbeschränkungen. (Vergleichen Sie bitte beide Preset Listen um herauszufinden welche fehlen.) Gibt es Video Tutorials über die Nutzung des Spider Jam? Spider Jam Tutorials (Englisch) Haben Sie Gitarren Presets auch Backing Tracks der Songs? Nein, alle Backing Tracks auf dem Spider Jam sind original Kompositionen speziell für den Spider Jam. Wollen Sie nun aber mit Ihren Songs mitspielen, können Sie entweder Ihren CD oder MP3 Spieler an den Spider Jam anschließen oder einen Song in eine .wav 44.1kHz 16bit Datei konvertieren und dann den Song anhand einer SD Karte auf Ihren Spider Jam kopieren. Wie kann ich das Tempo der aufgezeichneten Patterns verändern und ändert dies die Tonhöhe? In der originalen Version 1.04 des Spider Jam konnte das Tempo des aufgezeichneten Patterns anhand des Tempo/Pitch Rades kontrolliert werden, was aber auch die Tonhöhe in Halbschritten verändert. Auf der zweiten Seite des Song/Drum Menus können Sie diese Einstellung durchführen. Die Tonhöhe kann während des Aufnehmens eingestellt werden. Seit der Version 2.0 kann das Tempo unabhänging der Tonhöhe eingestellt werden. Für weitere Details können Sie Seiten 43 und 44 im Benutzerhandbuch das Spider Jam lesen. Hat der Spider Jam eine Drum Machine oder sind die Patterns vorprogrammiert? Die Song und Drum Patterns sind nicht programmierbar. Sind Song und Drum Spuren mono oder stereo? Die Spuren sind mono, so konnten wir die doppelte Menge Spider Jam Songs einschließen. Kann ich Pitch/Speed des CD/MP3 Eingang Jacks verändern? Nein. Wie kann ich meine aufgenommenen Spider Jam loops auf meinen Computer übertragen? Kann ich eine SD Karte zum Transfer verwenden? Der Spider Jam hat RCA Ausgänge um CD Qualität Audio auf Ihr Aufzeichnungsgerät zu übertragen. Spider Jam Version 2.0x und neuer können aber auch 44,1kHz / 16bit .wav Dateien auf die SD Karte abspeichern. Der SD Karten Slot wird ausserdem dazu verwendet den Spider Jam von Version 1 auf Versin 2 zu aktualisieren. Wie lange kann ich mit dem Spider Jam aufnehmen und was ist das Aufnahmeformat? Sie können bis zu 24 Minuten im .WAV Format aufnehmen. Kann der Spider Jam Musik auch als Loop Sample aufnehmen wie der Line 6 DL4? Ja, abgesehen vom Reverse Mode Looper. Können AUX In und Guitar In gleichzeitig mit dem selben Gitarrenton verwendet werden? Ja, halten Sie Record/Send für 2 Sekunden gedrückt und wählen Sie dann AUX Input Assignment aus. Drehen Sie dann am Select Knopf bis Sie Mixed With Guitar auswählen können. Kann ich, wenn ich zwei Gitarreneingänge verwende, auf beiden Eingängen verschiedene Verstärkertöne benutzen? (Gitarreneingang und AUX Eingang) Nein, wenn Sie aber den AUX Eingang auf sauberem Ton lassen, können Sie den Mic Kanal benutzen um einen anderen Ton zu bekommen. Wie kann ich ein verarbeitetes Aufnahmesignal und ein unverarbeitetes Aufnahmesignal vom Spider Jam zusammen in mein Aufnahmeprogramm einspielen? Sie können das verarbeitete Signal in den Main Instrument Eingang und das unverarbeitete Signal in den AUX Eingang zinspielen aber nicht gleichzeitig. Gibt es einen „Vocal Eliminiator“? Nein. Installation und Anschlüsse Welche Geräte kann ich an den Spider Jam anschließen? Gitarren, Mikrofone, Bässe, Akustische Gitarren, CD Player, Kopfhörer, Stereoanlagen und Beschallungsanlagen. Hat der Spider Jam einen direkten Ausgang? Der Spider Jam hat RCA Ausgänge auf der Rückseite in CD Qualität: 44,1kHz; 16bit. Ist der CD/MP3 Eingang Stereo oder Mono? Der CD Eingang ist stereo, Sie können also ein normales TRS 3,5mm Kabel anschließen. Sie können somit auch per Kopfhöre, wenn Sie diese an den Spider Jam anschliessen, stereo Ton hören. Wie wird das Signal im Performance Modus geleitet? Die Gitarre ist an den 12“ Lautsprecher angeschlossen und der Song Output an die RCA Anschlüsse. Welches Line 6 Floorboard kann ich mit dem Spider Jam benutzen? Wir empfehlen, das Line 6 FBV Shortboard oder Express zu benutzen. Obwohl das FBV auch funktioniert können die Amp 1&2, Stomp 2/3, Tremolo sowie Favorite Kanalknöpfe nicht benutzt werden. Das FBV2 Pedal kann nur Presets nach oben und unten schalten und keine Aufnahmefunktionen konfigurieren. Wenn ich mein FBV Shortboard Mk II benutze hat Function 2 keinen Effekt. Weshalb? Auf der derzeitigen 2.09 Version hat der Knopf keinen Effekt. Kann ich einen externen Vorverstärker an den Spider Jam anschließen? Kann ich den Spider Jam in eine Stereoanlage einbinden? Sie können einen externen Vorverstärker am CD Eingang oder AUX Eingang anschließen und die RCA Ausgänge an eine Beschallungsanlage oder Stereoanlage anschließen. Hat der Spider Jam einen Effektloop? Nein. Spezifikationen: Habe ich Zugriff auf den SD Karten Slot? Ja, der Slot kann dazu verwendet werden ein Firmwareupdate durchzuführen oder .wav Dateien zwischen Spider Jam und Computer zu übertragen. Ist beim Spider Jam eine SD Karte enthalten? Nein, die maximale Sapazität, die der Spider Jam unterstützt ist 2Gb. Wo kann ich eine Schutzhülle für den Spider Jam kaufen? Der Spider Jam hat exakt die selben Maße wie ein Spider II 112 und Spider III 75 Combo und kann in unserem Line 6 Webstore gekauft werden: Line 6 Store Registrierung und Garantie: Wie lange habe ich Garantie auf dem Spider Jam? 12 Monate ab Kaufdatum. Wie kann ich mein Spider Jam registrieren? Registration Fehlerbehebung und Service: Wie kann das Gerät auf Werkseinstellungen zurücksetzen? Halten Sie während des Startens des Gerätes den Settings/Tone Knopf 5-8 Sekunden gedrückt. Ich höre sehr viel Rauschen auf meinen aufgenommenen Gitarren und/oder Eingangsspuren, woran liegt das? Wenn Mic/Aux Eingänge eine hohe Kompression oder EQ Einstellung haben (mehr als 6db) kann das Playback Level beeinträchtigen. Bitte setzen Sie Kompression und EQ wieder auf „Normal“ und testen Sie erneut. Ich kann Clipping und Popping auf meinen Backingtracks hören, woran liegt das? Manche Backingtracks sind lauter als andere und können so zu Clipping führen. Versuchen Sie die Playback Level für Song/Drum zu verringern bis das Clipping nachlässt. Wie kann ich mein Spider Jam aktualisieren? Spider Jam/JM4 2.09 Update Instructions Wo kann ich Ersatzteile für den Spider Jam kaufen? Line 6 Store
  3. I'm trying to record my guitar (guitar in) and my bassist(aux in) simultaneously and sending the output to spdif panned left and right. During our songs I switch to different patches. I'm not using snapshots. I think I have the separate paths for each instrument sorted out however here's my question. For the bass, do I need a separate path in each of the patches that I switch to during the song or is there a way, for example, to have some global setting to have aux in always go to spdif left regardless of what patch that I switch to? Otherwise I sounds like I have to set a path for the bass in each of my patches. Also, is there going to be a slight pause in the bass when I switch patches. Thanks in advance
  4. Hi. First of all, sorry for possible bad english. I am about to buy helix along with some kind of speakers. I know that there are tons of topis related to speakers to use with helix but most of them are old and dont answer my specific doubt (actually most dont aproach dialing tones with recording in mind). My band have a pair of JBL EON615. I guess they might be good to dial tones to use live(most places i play already have a PA system with floor monitors) but i am not sure if tones to use live will translate well to record. For recording purposes i guess studio monitors with speakers of 5'',6'',7'' or 8'' are better suited.. am i right? if so, Could you give me some recommendations of something around $400? And the other way around would work well? i mean... tones dialed to record could be used live with good fidelity? It seens way to much effort in having to dial each patch twice. One for live use and other for recording. Finally..... Am i just thinking to much? i could just dial tones in the JBL and then record with them and the results would be good? Thank you in advance for the help
  5. According to this Video, I should be able to record the DI output of the Spider V into my iPhone recorder app simply by being connected to the amp via USB. However, when I do so, the recorder records the mic input on my phone and not the amp output... I can blow on the phone and record that for example. I have the Spider App installed and successfully connect, so that’s working. Is there some setting somewhere that I need to use to switch the recorder app to use the USB input instead? Im using the latest iOS, on iPhone X.
  6. Hi guys, I have the Firehawk FX, and I also have Scarlett 2i2 Audio Interface which I normally use to record my vocal with a condenser mic. Now a shop nearby has Sennheiser mic 50% discount. As I'm looking forward to recording my electric guitar in the future, and I heard that dynamic mic suits the job, this is a good chance to buy one. The problem is I'm not sure if I should or need it. Which way, in your opinion, is the better way to record the electric guitar between ... Guitar --> Firehawk (with amp simulation) --> Audio Interface (Scarlett 2i2) --> PC VS Guitar --> Firehawk (for effects) --> Amp (a small tube amp, Vox AC4C1-BL) --> Mic --> Audio Interface (Scarlett 2i2) --> PC Thanks a lot guys.
  7. Hey guys, I recently bought a Pocket POD and had it shipped overseas. I'm currently deployed and figured it would be easier than having an actual amp here. I wanted to maybe record onto my laptop, but I know you can't via USB and also unless I buy a speaker to plug into, the laptop mic isn't much use. Are there any ways to record directly into my laptop without buying a soundboard and things like that? I used to work at a recording studio when I was younger, but that was years ago and we had tons of equipment. Now I'm pretty limited on both equipment and space. I'd like to have direct access from the POD to the laptop to get the raw sound from the POD instead of recording into a mic. I appreciate the help.
  8. Currently I have PodHd500X, Steinberg UR22 (audio interface) and Garageband. For recording, should I directly use the USB from POD into the computer? Or should I plug the output of the Pod to the input of UR22? Which method will give me better recording quality? If I use the UR22, is it better to use the balanced (XLR) output of the Pod or the unbalanced output? I tried messing around with both the methods but can't seem to distinguish much in quality. Your suggestion will be highly appreciated.
  9. Hello. I have a little problem with my POD HD500. I notice that the sound of the preset, when I hear it on the speakers, it sounds one way, and when I record via USB sounds a little less quality. There is a small difference. Someone has been the same? Can be resolved? I have the latest drivers installed and the last firmware. Thank you very much from already.
  10. Hi Guys, I use my M20d mixer at gigs that go from just me and an acoustic guitar (so just 2 input channels), right up to a 6-piece band that utilizes all 18 input channels. I always just use the same scene that is all our 18 channels for the main band eq'd etc the way I like it, and I just plug my 2 solo channels in to my usual gt & vox channels. But when I record even just a solo gig using 2 channels only, all 18 channels are recorded by default, as that's what that scene uses. Is there a way I can switch off the other 16 channels from being recorded? My 32gb card fills up fast when 16 silent channels get recorded too for every song! I even tried muting the 16 channels individually, which of course made no difference. I'd rather not set up multiple scenes etc just for a few different gig sizes, as often I do solo songs during the full band gigs, but I presume that's the only way? Any suggs appreciated. Thanks very much.
  11. Can someone has recorded Vocals with the firehawk fx
  12. Hello, I've been using UX2 for several years but I can't record and use audio softwares anymore. I noticed when I run POD Farm 2 or any audio soft (Gear Box, Ableton, POD Farm...) it stops working and the clip leds start to flicker. I think it's a driver/authorisation problem because when there's no audio software running it works. I checked license manager and monkey: my device is authorized and everything's updated. I'm running on Mac OS X 10.6.8, 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 8Go Ram DDR3, 512Go SSD I can't understant what's wrong... Has anyone a solution for that issue? Thank you!
  13. I have recorded a Practice and a show to SD card and all is good but I don't want the hassle of using a daw when the M20d output already has sounds the way I want it. I know I could record the main mix on SD but the backline instruments will be off. How do you guys record? I was thinking of using my Android phone but I would need an adaptor for stereo input. I own an Alesis IO dock that I use with my I pad. could I use that in some way? Rob..
  14. I usually run my guitar through numerous tones I have created myself using Pod Farm (most are distorted), about a week ago I ran the program and the tone I would usually use and it sounded clean rather than distorted. I tried other tones to see if the issue would happen, and it did! I've tried plugging and unplugging it back in, different guitars and cables etc etc. But the issue still happens! It seems to be an uncommon issue because I've been searching for answers but none have come up! Anyone else hear about this problem?
  15. We now Need a Looper, there is no reason not to have one in the Remote, it would add so much more capability to the Amplify, I can then record a Background Rhythm, play that back and then be able to play my Lead's. With all of the Capability of the iPad or iPhone, that is a no Brainer..should be no reason why I should have to buy a pedal to have one.. They had it added when it first came out in Ideascale, but it seems they just never talked about it anymore cause the dang Amplify never worked correctly in Bluetooth so long. So everyone was focused on that. Add a looper!!! push button in the Amplifi Remote for record and playback..keep it simple like a Ditto Looper..
  16. Hello everyone, Is it possible to record bass guitar as midi in logic pro x? Thanks in advance for your advice ;)
  17. Hey guys, I don't know if this subject has been discussed before, but I just wanted to know how many of you have tried recording both with the Pod and with an external sound card. Is there any big difference in the audio quality? Does it worth the money if I invest 170 euros for a decent sound card such as the scarlett 2i4? Thanks in advance.
  18. I need to utilize the iPad app, I tried recording to a USB but ran out of space after recording the inputs and main mix for about 1:45 hours. It was a 16gb card What is the biggest we card that the mixer will take? I currently use the usb to connect to a wired network through an apple lan adapter and it works great Is it possible to hook up a wifi USB adapter and a usb hard drive to record to or is a large sd card the only option with wifi?
  19. Hi everyone, I just purchased an HD500X and I'm looking for some insight on a recording setup. I have two Mackie CR3 reference monitors and a Scarlett Solo audio interface. Currently, the Scarlett is connected via USB to the MacBook and the monitors are connected to the LR outputs on the back of the Scarlett. My question is, would a setup as follows work: Guitar into POD, POD output into Scarlett input, Scarlett for the monitors / USB to the MacBook. My idea is to record using the POD while having the reference monitors as my speakers. Can the monitors be plugged right into the POD so I can use the POD as the full interface, or should I use the Scarlett as the interface for everything? Hope this makes sense; it's my first time working with a live POD. Thanks!
  20. Hi guys, I need some help. I've just bought the Amplifi Fx100 and I'm trying to record some guitar track on FL studio connecting the pedal board to my computer by USB, but... ...it doesn't work! The computer doesn't see the guitar at all. I anticipate I'm not an expert user of FL Studio (I've just started using it), so it maybe a problem of audio configurations or something like this. I have Asio4All and I have updated my Amplifi firmware. Thank you in advance!
  21. Dears, I have tried in the shop in HKG the HD PRO and it's the last piece available. I'm an happy user of the HD400 and I would like to ask a few questions before making the purchase. I'm in a hurry because if they sell the last one I need to wait 3 months....and I can't. I'm looking to a solution to have a quick way for dry and wet rec. these are the questions or better saying what I want to try to do: 1) first I need to say I'm using a MacBook Pro with Logicpro. 2) I would like to record in the same time using USB two separate tracks one with dry guitar sound and the other with wet (effected sound) 3) once the recording is done I would like to being able to keep changing the wet settings/effect (e.g. Distortion/reverb/delay etc...). I'm doing this now with the effects in the Logicpro effects, but I like only the POD sound via USB and I'd like to confirm if with the POD Hd Pro I can do it real time, e.g. I play the recorded guitar on logic pro (not sure if the wet or the dry track) and adjust the effects manually on the POd HD pro until I finalize the setting and effect I like. 4)some people at the store said its possible also with HD 400 but with some limitation...well which limitations? As you can understand from above question I need something easy and quick, and I need to be sure before purchasing. 5) im not using any Audio/interface, I connect the USB directly to the MacBook Pro do I need any interface to do what I asked above 6) last question, what is the other advantage to pass from Hd400 to HD pro? If this is not the right approach to do it, please feel free to suggest other ideas, ;) Sorry for the long message, I'm using a new account cause the last one apparently can't send anymore message. P.s. if you want to hear my rec. just search me on the social net.... I hope this is not spam hahah I love you for making such beautiful effect! Cheers Gio
  22. so i have this pod hd300 (not mine) and i want to play guitar through it. i connected the pod to my laptop via usb, i have the latest drivers available (installed them with line 6 monkey) and the problem is that i can't find the pod in the "inserts" menu on an audio track in cubase 5. i have selected the pod as my audio interface and i selected the pod as default driver in control panel in the "sounds" menu. it's strange because in cubase i can see that there is input and output when i play guitar but i can't hear anything from the pod.
  23. I have a Spider Valve MKII and I want to record my guitar during band practice to my iPad or Macbook. I have an iRig however I definately some other interface. What are my choices? Basically, recording from my guitar to the iPad is how the iRig is designed so I need to add my amp to the equation. Any help is greatly appreciated, Thank you.
  24. Good day , The title is not really the most appropriate ...but I didn't know how to call my problem , so allow me to explain . I connect my POD HD to the PC via USB and use it as an external sound card , I use it with my DAW to record . I set up my effects on the POD HD and my signal , with effects and all , is fed into the DAW . To the before-mentioned signal , I add effects directly from the DAW and I want to hear the sound in REAL TIME as I am playing . But when I want to hear it in real time , I hear the signal doubled : The RAW SIGNAL that is fed into the DAW from my POD HD and the RAW SIGNAL + DAW EFFECTS both come back through my headphones or speakers. Is there a way to mute this RAW SIGNAL , so I could hear only the signal that comes back from the DAW ?
  25. Français Deutsch The Line 6 Guitar Amp within Reason can only handle single tone presets, there is no way to load a POD Farm 2 Dual Tone preset into a single Line 6 Guitar Amp device. However, if you were to split the Dual tones and save each tone as its own individual preset, you can load each preset into it's own Line 6 Guitar Amp within Reason and put then together using a Combinator device with mixer. Just select a Dual Tone you would like to use within the Standalone version of POD Farm 2 and click the 'DUAL' button to the right of the preset name at the top of the window and select 'Remove TONE B' first, then, select FILE>SAVE AS... to save the new single preset with 'Tone A' added at the end of the preset name. Next, reload the original Dual Tone, click the 'DUAL' button once again and select 'Remove TONE A', then select FILE>SAVE AS... to save this single tone preset with 'Tone B' added at the end of the preset name. Now, within Reason, you can create a Combinator, then a Mixer, and 2 Line 6 Guitar Amp devices, each with one of these new presets loaded into the device (Tone A in one, Tone B in the other), and summed together again with another mixer. Vous pouvez seulement utiliser un preset dans le plugin Line 6 Guitar Amp dans Reason Limited. Vous ne pouvez pas charger des presets Dual Tone de POD Farm 2 dans un Line 6 Guitar Amp. Mais si vous divisez le Dual Tones et l’enregistrez le en deux tons individuels, vous pouvez mettre les presets individuels dans son propre Line 6 Guitar Amp dans Reason Limited. Après, vous les pouvez combiner avec un Combinator. Sélectez un Dual Tone que vous voulez utiliser avec POD Farm2 et cliquez le bouton DUAL à droite du nom du preset et sélectez Remove Tone B. Enregistrez (File -> Save As… ou Fichier -> Enregistrer sous…) le fichiers avec Ton A dans le nom. Après, ouvrez le Dual Tone encore une fois et cliquez DUAL. Ce temps, cliquez Remove Tone A et enregistrez ce ton aussi avec Ton B dans le nom pour la reconnaissance. Dans Reason Limited, vous pouvez maintenant créer un Combinator et un Mixer avec 2 plugins Line 6 Guitar Amp. Ajoutez les deux tons A et B dans les deux Line 6 Guitar Amp. (Ton A dans un des amplis et Ton B dans l’autre.) Ajoutez un autre Mixer pour mélanger les deux amplis. Das Line 6 Guitar Amp Plugin in Reason Limited kann nur einzelne Presets benutzen, Sie können also keine POD Farm 2 Dual Tone Presets verwenden. Sie können jedoch den Dueal Tone spalten und beide Töne einzeln abspeichern dann diese in Reason Limited mit einem Mixer und Combinator wieder zusammenbringen. Wählen Sie dazu erst Ihren Dual Tone aus, und drücken Sie auf DUAL rechts neben dem Preset Namen. Hier wählen Sie dann Remove Tone B und speichern Sie das dann mit File -> Save As... (Datei -> Speichern unter...) mit Ton A im Namen ab. Laden Sie den selben Dual Tone dann nocheinmal und drücken Sie diesmal in DUAL auf Remove Tone A. Speichern Sie das Ganze dann wieder ab aber diesmal mit Ton B m Name. Zur Wïedererkennung. In Reason Limited können Sie dann einen Combinator erstellen, einen Mixer sowie 2 Line 6 Gitar Amps. Jedem Line 6 Guitar Amp Plugin weisen Sie dann jeweils einen des Töne zu, A oder B und mischen das dann wieder mit einem zweiten Mixer.
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