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This is a pretty niche question for someone that owns both, but if you run the Trio through the Pod and connect the Pod to your DAW, could you record the Trio beats?

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Is the Trio running running in front of the Pod or in the FX Loop? Then yes. Is it running AFTER the Pod: Nope, I don't think so.

 

This is the scenario in which the Pod is your Interface.

 

IIRC it only transmits everything in its signal path (up to your last block).

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yes, you can record the Trio beats through the POD.  Pretty awesome pedal right? 

 

FYI, I set mine up with a dual amp patch.  I run all my guitar signal through path A with a full amp model.  In path B I use a preamp model to feed a clean signal to the Trio through the FX Loop.  On the Trio put a dummy jack in the Amp output and feed the Mixer output back to the FX Return.  Put a reverb block after that to add a little depth to your drums and bass.  Put the mixer as the very last thing in the chain and center both channels.  Sounds great!

 

Sample patch - http://line6.com/customtone/tone/1118266/

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Interesting! I was thinking about plugging a guitar into Trio as it supposed to be, then send Amp out to POD's guitar in, and Mixer out to FX loop's return. No need for a preamp on path B in this case. I haven't got mine yet, though, so I'm theorizing. 

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Interesting! I was thinking about plugging a guitar into Trio as it supposed to be, then send Amp out to POD's guitar in, and Mixer out to FX loop's return. No need for a preamp on path B in this case. I haven't got mine yet, though, so I'm theorizing. 

 

that will probably work too.  I forgot I set mine up that way because I use a JTV-69 with the VDI connection...

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that will probably work too.  I forgot I set mine up that way because I use a JTV-69 with the VDI connection...

I got my Trio and finally put it to the FX loop in the beginning of the chain, because Trio doesn't bypass sound when it's turned off. I don't use it all the time, and I don't see a reason to have it turned on when I don't use it, so FX loop is a way to avoid replugging guitar cable. Trio's amp out goes to FX return, mixer out goes to the mixer.

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The Trio's Amp Out goes to the POD's FX Return?
The Trio's Mixer Out goes to the "mixer"? What "mixer", the POD mixer?
This way, it isn't better to have 2 paths? One (A) for the guitar sound and another ( B) for the FX Loop containing the sound from the Trio?
And how to cable all this?
I am still waiting for my Trio, the new Trio Band Creator+, with a looper. Arrives monday.
Thanks.
 

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Love the Trio myself and I like the new firmware for a "sane" bass line. :)

 

Mixer: I believe the poster is referring to a PA mixer.

 

Can't help much with the cabling - I'm using the HD Bean -> Trio-> D-Tech Jamman. Creating some loops to save (and pretty much screwing around).

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