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how do I install patches from a zip file to my pod x3 live

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I can't seem to be able to find the editing software necessary to download some patches from a zip file in my computer to my pod x3 live. alittle help, pls.

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http://line6.com/software/index.html

 

You need to install Gearbox, Monkey and the Drivers. Pick your OS and the software, DL install and enjoy.

 

BTW follow the instruction and don't plug your X3L in (usb port not a hub) until prompted.

 

-B

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Hi BillBee, I installed gearbox and drivers. I thought all I had to do was to bring up my documents page with the patches on them and drag and drop them into a preset in the hardware memory window. Didn't work~ [at all!]  Could you be a little more specific about how I transfer a patch from my documents file to the preset in the hardware memory window. It sure would help!

 

 thanks for helping me with this.

                   Jack 

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Hi Jack - no problem. I did something similar some days ago so let me find out where it is and I'll link you too it.

 

BRB!

 

-B

 

Alright - here is a nice neat copy and paste:

 

The vids may be old but they are still relevant and use the correct terminology for the purposes you need.

 

http://www.youtube.c...h?v=_u8j9ZAUzC4

 

That is the vid for an X3L but its the same for X3.

 

1) Download a tone from CT (link is at the top of this page).

 

2) Connect your X3 via usb cable to your PC. It should install it.

 

3) Start Gearbox and you should see your X3 detected.

 

4) 2 windows will open the "HW Memory Window" of tones on your X3 and the editor itself.

 

5) Drop & Drag the tone you downloaded into a slot of your choice

 

6) There is an option at the top left to save (its either sync or save - not home so its a IIRC).

 

The vid will go through visually what is done albeit a lil briskly at times. But once you are connected to Gearbox things will look more familiar and you give you a frame of reference.

 

-B

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