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So... I bought the Spider V 120 a few days ago, and I've been creating some tones using the iOS Spider Edit app. Except for the fact that I keep losing contact with the amp (I think because the thunderbolt input on my iPhone 6 is flaky), I've managed to tweak a few tones to my liking. My question is: why doesn't Line 6 at least have a FAQ on how to use the Spider Edit app? (Or have I just been unable to find it?). It took me three days to stumble upon how to assign an expression pedal to a specific parameter (in case you don't know: by tapping twice on the parameter). I still don't know exactly where my tones are being stored (on the phone? in the cloud?). Nor do I know, except by trial and error, which stages of processing can be manually dragged to other other positions in the signal chain. I understand why Line 6 might have decided that it was just too much trouble to support both mobile device apps and Mac/PC apps, but is it really that much trouble to create a simple user guide for the mobile app? Is Line 6 really that financially stressed?
Hi, New to playing through devices other than my tube amplifiers and possibly technology challenged... I have the Mobile POD App on my iPad Air and am using it with Sonic Port. The app comes up fine and I do get sound from it, albeit somewhat more noise and distortion in the output than I desire but have managed that through level adjustment. I have been looking for a manual/pilot guide for the app and find absolutely no support for the product. I am trying to get a handle on the signal chain and level management. My understanding of the signal chain is: The instrument input signal goes into a bank of 4 available effects slots for pre-amplification signal processing. Signal then goes into: NO AMP TUBE PREAMP A modeled amplifier Signal then goes into: NO CABINET A modeled cabinet Does the app have AIR settings ? Signal then goes into a bank of 4 available post amplification or post speaker output effects slots. Output signal is routed to Sonic Port for direction to: Backline amplifier Mixing console Headphone or ear buds. The input signal is shown through a stereo level meter (lower left side of screen) and the output signal is shown in a stereo level meter with a trim pot slider (lower right side of screen). With the above stated understanding of the app I am able to do some things with Sonic Port and probably will be able to figure out how to use it effectively. However, it would be great if someone could point me to some documentation on how to use the app and Sonic Port based on specification. I am disappointed by the apparent oversight of Line6 to provide documentation of it's app. Thanks,