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Okay I'm having a problem. I own Pod Farm stand alone platinum, and I am using a Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 interface. My mic (sE Electronics sE2200a II C) is plugged directly into my 2i2, which is plugged into my PC via USB. I have my headphones plugged in via the headphone Jack on the front of the 2i2. In pod farm I have my preferences set as Focusrite USB ASIO and I can hear my applied effects in real time. However I can't record my output with those effects! How do I do this? I really want to use this for streaming (OBS) and I know its possible but I have no idea how! What do I have to do? Do I need Virtual Audio Cable or anything? When I record or stream it only records the direct input before the effects!
I bought focusrite 2i2 so i could use my condensor mic for recorsing.but i also wanted to commect my pod500x tbrough 2i2 so i could record desired guitar sound from pod500x. Can any one explain me in simple language how to connect pod 500x through scarlett 2i2 .any related video link or simple setup diagram/picture would be more helpful. Thank u
I have tried looking everywhere for a solution to my problem. I'm running a standard 1/4 cable from my guitar to the Pro X. I am then running two 1/4 uncompressed signals into a Scarlett 2i2, which I WILL continue using. From the Scarlett outputs, I have 2 JBL 305's. I can hear the guitar only when the direct monitoring feature is used. No other sounds play from these speakers. I have chosen the 2i2 as my playback device in Windows as well as the ASIO driver in Cubase. Both of these units are connected direcly to the computer via USB. Cubase does not recognize the guitar sound, for the mix console shows nothing playing. All drivers are up to date and I am running out of ideas. I tried a Yamaha MX49 keyboard and it ended up recording in Cubase but there is still no playback sound. I've even gone as far as completely taking the 2i2 out of the equation (Speakers plugged into the POD) and Cubase did recognize the sound but I continued to not get playback sound. I appreciate any help I can get. Thank you.
Hi guys, i'm new here, and i have a nice question.. let's start from the begin, actually i record using my pod hd500 + Scarlett 2i2 + Cubase 5 (on windows 7), i use the pod hd500 xlr out into the xlr in of my scarlett 2i2, do you think it's possible to record using the direct usb connection of the pod and the Scarlett 2i2 (which is connected to my studio monitors) to monitor everything? (usually i don't need to monitor my guitar by the audio interface cause i use the l/mono out of the pod into my amp for that, but i need to listen to the backing track!) On cubase i can do this only using the generic asio drivers but i have a very big latency, it's impossible to work in that way! I want to record using the direct usb because the signal is more clear and with high fidelity... Any ideas?? :)