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Pod Go with interface or without?


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Hey guys so I have my awesome pod go, I am wondering if it is best to just use it directly plugged to the PC for recording or would it be better through an interface? If so are there any drawbacks or goodies done this way? Any insight is appreciated

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My opinion is that is better via an interface. So you don't have to rely to asio pod go drivers (not very stable) and you get all the capabilities of a full fledge audio interface (well it depends on the quality but generally it would be better).

The only drawback I can think of is that you can't record your dry signal at the same time, usefull for reamping or other post processing.

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