Line 6 POD Studio UX1
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Line 6 POD Studio UX1

POD Studio UX1, USB audio interface from Line 6 in the POD Studio series.

chab5 02/26/2013

Line 6 POD Studio UX1 : chab5's user review

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My goal was to record without sound.
My PC was a bit limited where some "lag"

UTILIZATION

The drivers are stable enough. I think it's my PC that does not follow unless the POD manages less low frequencies. Not impossible, but I can not say because I have not tried the POD on a PC type "lightning war"!

I can not remember the software I used but it must be avoided at all costs because it has too audacity latency (which can not be reduced more).

GETTING STARTED

Simple installation executable to install and voila we launch the software and was sound.

OVERALL OPINION

This is my guitarist who lent it to me. My goal was to use it to record songs bass and lead me all the headphones.

To train it happens if you are not picky about sound, honestly with my warwick active in a small mixing desk I had better sound.

To record a bass sound, if it is believed that it is low doung doung in the bottom piece by completely fucking nuances of sound and heat so it can go (and again). If you're picky like me bah it does not!

The main criticism I have is that the sound produced by the POD is fairly flat and not sanitized organic sub. And especially the sound always comes too in a mix (I do not know why, perhaps too compressed?). Short to avoid to make home studio quality. Much better move on the Two Notes, much better but much more expensive (normal quality at a price).