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Recently I upgraded computer systems, switching from a desktop Windows XP to a laptop Windows 8. Everything always worked fine on my XP, and everything has been working great during my time with this Windows 8. But the one difference is now the "CLIP" light is always on on the Pod. So... Why is this happening? And should I be concerned about it? (if the answer to 2. is yes) How can I fix it? Thanks for any help.
I have an old toneport UX2, the red faced ones. I have kept a windows XP computer around and have been able to somehow find drivers and updates and stuff for it and it is working OK. The time has come for a new computer though and it is Windows 8. I don't see any option for gearbox for that and since I really haven't dived deep in the line 6 way of doing things, I really don't know if there is more that I can use or if that is it. Will PodFarm (any version) keep this unit alive and kicking on Windows 8? Anyone know what my options are here? I have screwed up the system before by just installing Line6 products so I would prefer a more controlled and focused approach since my experience with their driver systems have been less than awe inspiring. anyone?
Hey everyone, I just received a PODHD500 in the mail and I'm having a bit of trouble with direct recording. I'm using a Dell with an Intel Celeron with 1.70 GHz, 4 gigs of ram, and windows 8. I dialed in a good djent tone and wanted to test it with a drum track I had in Reaper. I haven't had any latency issues with reaper since I did a system recovery on the computer, hell this morning I was messing around with a djent setup that included about 8 plugins and there were no problems. I attempted to record with the POD and everything seemed to be going well during the recording until I played it back and noticed that my guitar playing was milliseconds off of the actual drum track, I even tried the same thing with audacity and experienced the same issue. Can anybody offer any advice or give me an ultimatum on the situation? Im running guitar > Pod > Computer Via USB > DAW