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I have wasted almost 3 years trying to get my UX2 to work.

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extreme user error.

 

you are probably sending the already processed signal to Pod Farm and back again to the DAW.

 

Check your AUDIO INPUT settings in the DAW.

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the OP never came back after his last June post.  May be he solved the problem.

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hey did you ever figure out how to fix this? my ux2 has been great for the last 6 months and up to about 2 or 3 weeks ago it has been doing the same thing where when im not recording and just hearing the live realtime audio from podfarm it sounds clear and crystal even with effects.. but when i track the audio is muddy, crackly and sounds almost downed tuned. in other words the audio is basically broken. ive tried new cables whether it be the usb or my guitar and mic cables. sometimes it fixes its self when i re authorize it but at this point i fear its just coincidence. live audio feed is fine but any audio that gets streamed directly into any daw or even voice chat i use is just bad

 

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Can you post a clip?

Are you selecting the Line6 ASIO driver in your DAW?

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'Down tuned' may be the clue - check your settings, if they got changed (say from 48k/24 bit to 44k/24 bit), this could happen.

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I am disappointed with sound quality as well, i'm using toneport ux2, on pod farm 1 playing quality in my ears is lower thern in pod farm 2 but pod farm 2 is limited for "toneports" but recordings are muddy, i am using a free Audacity for recording, previusly i been recording on my looper, chineese nux, and sound quality from nux compering to podfarm/audacity is like between 64kb and 128kb in mp3
altough my looper saves files in wave.

Is there sagnificant different it sound quality between tone port and pod studio ?

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HI Adam, part of you problem could be using the free Audacity software - Audacity does not use ASIO drivers.

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There should be no diffence in sound/recording quaility between the Toneport, POD Studio PF1, and PF2.

 

As Mike mentioned, Audacity does not support ASIO out of the box, but you can compile it to include ASIO support, you can check their wiki.

 

IMHO you are better off with a more robust DAW, Reaper is on of many and the trial is free.

 

Also, if you did ant to upgrade to PF2, you can with your Toneport, but depending on the price you may be better off purchasing a POD Studio.

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