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Using Ux-1 And Pod Hd Bean On The Same Mac

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Was wondering if you can use 2 interfaces on the same computer ( but not at the same time)

I'm thinking of buying the POD HD Desktop, but it doesnt have the 2 inputs like my UX-1 has for my Keyboards

So even if I add the POD HD and disconnect it I want to be able to connect the UX-1 and add keys in my recordings.

 

Any advice would be appreciated.

 

Thanks,

Rob

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yes, you'd just need to move monitors appropriately.

it would be easier just to go analog into the UX1 when needed honestly... keeping it simple.

i doubt there would be a significant difference in tonal quality.

 

you might consider getting the hd pro, since it will give you input options to simply take completely over and lose the ux1.

(yeah i know its more money... so it may not be an attractive option)

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yes, you'd just need to move monitors appropriately.

it would be easier just to go analog into the UX1 when needed honestly... keeping it simple.

i doubt there would be a significant difference in tonal quality.

 

you might consider getting the hd pro, since it will give you input options to simply take completely over and lose the ux1.

(yeah i know its more money... so it may not be an attractive option)

Thanks for Answering

I want to stay with the desktop due to room size constraints , plus I want to be able to use the HD Edit ( i think the POD has to be connected to use the Edit screens )

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you can have the usb connected without using the usb audio stream... so you can do both... probably much easier and effectively just getting an A/B switch for the keyboard+pod.. or simply swapping them as needed.

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