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How Can I Use Inputs On Ux2 Without Pod Farm Open?

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Hi,

I cannot find a way to use my input channels on the UX2 to record without having to open te POD Farm and I really do not want to use the POD Farm because I already have my tone presets and it changes them.

Can anyone give me some help please?

Thank you!

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Make sure that you are using the UX2 ASIO sends to record.  You will not need to have POD Farm open, and you will record dry.  That simple.

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I have the same problem. I have mixcraft and the only way to use the UX2 is via podfarm. I cannot find a way to access the UX2's mixer controls in order to switch between inputs on the UX2...contrary to the expert answer, it is NOT simple...

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Have you configured mix craft to use the UX2 and it's ASIO driver as the audio recording and playback device? If so, I believe you should be able to select either of the UX2 inputs as the Source Input when arming and recording a track in mixcraft.

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you have to go into the line6 control panel applet to change the inputs.

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you have to go into the line6 control panel applet to change the inputs.

Where would I find that control panel?

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In the windows control panel with all the other control panel applets. I think it's called line 6 audio midi.

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Where would I find that control panel?

 

Hit the "Windows" button or open the start menu and then type in the search bar "Line" you should see "Line 6 midi" as an option to select.

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I had the same problem on my mac with my line 6 ux2...Search in spotlight (line6 midi) and then go to (recording) and map there if you want (line1-2 on instrument or mic) as input.and then go to logic and there you are.

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