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I would like to know if it's possible to connect my Boya BY-M1 TRRS lavalier microphone into the XLR output of the Pod UX1 using a 3.5mm to XLR adapter. I am starting to give online guitar classes, but I am having a hard time making my mic and guitar work together on Zoom. Since this mic has a 3.5mm cable, I'm plugging it into the headphone/mic output of my laptop, but in Zoom I have to choose from the drop-down menu if I want the output to come from the Pod UX1 or from the laptop output, leaving me either with just the guitar sound or the mic sound only. Any help will be much appreciated.
HI, I wanted to know if it is posible to connect into a pod xt "bean" a multieffects such as another pod or a zoom g1xon. Because i wanted to have some wahs and some overdrives. The effects chain would look like this: guitar in-G1xon-pod xt- Speakers/Usb Recording In the web page the specs of g1xon are this: Output: Standard stereo (1/4") phone jack Maximum line output level +2 dBm (output impedance load of 10 kÎ© or more) Maximum headphones output level: 17 mW + 17 mW (into 32Î© load) the problem is that i can't find the input specs of the pod xt. Some has prove it?
I have a Toneport KB 37 and a Zoom R37 and virtual DJ to perform live music on a podcast stream. My plan is to run VLC media player on another computer and KB 37 to add an electric guitar with some sort of tone on the main computer. Both this should be input channels to Zoom R24 and than have the R24 as main input to Virtual DJ. I notice though that the zoom doesn get into the windows sound system in control panel. Is this because i had the toneport first? Is there a workaround? I like to add guitar and song to someone else playing bass on a stream. Sincerely Strixnebulosa