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USB audio interface from Line 6 belonging to the TonePort series.

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  • objectifmaxobjectifmax

    Line 6 TonePort UX1Published on 09/17/05 at 08:15
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    Hello, I galley. I explain: I am part of a group that no longer exists but the singer did a pretty good record on MD (guitar + vocals). She told me over the MD and I have to sort it out to save me first on my computer (I use a software Music Studio Deluxe 2003) but here the sound is pourave and I am decidedly in no enregistremet digital. If anyone can help me or make me? Ds then I could save the MD to my hard disc I must record my voice and my guitar !!!!! Help me. By the way I use the sound card in my computer. Is this the problem between the MD and his rotten when recording on my computer ??????????????
    So if you have to buy a card for its specific 'pluguer' my guitar and my voice and m…
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    Hello, I galley. I explain: I am part of a group that no longer exists but the singer did a pretty good record on MD (guitar + vocals). She told me over the MD and I have to sort it out to save me first on my computer (I use a software Music Studio Deluxe 2003) but here the sound is pourave and I am decidedly in no enregistremet digital. If anyone can help me or make me? Ds then I could save the MD to my hard disc I must record my voice and my guitar !!!!! Help me. By the way I use the sound card in my computer. Is this the problem between the MD and his rotten when recording on my computer ??????????????
    So if you have to buy a card for its specific 'pluguer' my guitar and my voice and make the record is that the TONE PORT 1 c UX OK?
    As gear I have a Variax 700 and I want to get workbench

    USE

    Hello, I galley. I explain: I am part of a group that no longer exists but the singer did a pretty good record on MD (guitar + vocals). She told me over the MD and I have to sort it out to save me first on my computer (I use a software Music Studio Deluxe 2003) but here the sound is pourave and I am decidedly in no enregistremet digital. If anyone can help me or make me? Ds then I could save the MD to my hard disc I must record my voice and my guitar !!!!! Help me. By the way I use the sound card in my computer. Is this the problem between the MD and his rotten when recording on my computer ??????????????
    So if you have to buy a card for its specific 'pluguer' my guitar and my voice and make the record is that the TONE PORT 1 c UX OK?
    As gear I have a Variax 700 and I want to get workbench

    IMPLEMENTATION

    Hello, I galley. I explain: I am part of a group that no longer exists but the singer did a pretty good record on MD (guitar + vocals). She told me over the MD and I have to sort it out to save me first on my computer (I use a software Music Studio Deluxe 2003) but here the sound is pourave and I am decidedly in no enregistremet digital. If anyone can help me or make me? Ds then I could save the MD to my hard disc I must record my voice and my guitar !!!!! Help me. By the way I use the sound card in my computer. Is this the problem between the MD and his rotten when recording on my computer ??????????????
    So if you have to buy a card for its specific 'pluguer' my guitar and my voice and make the record is that the TONE PORT 1 c UX OK?
    As gear I have a Variax 700 and I want to get workbench

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Hello, I galley. I explain: I am part of a group that no longer exists but the singer did a pretty good record on MD (guitar + vocals). She told me over the MD and I have to sort it out to save me first on my computer (I use a software Music Studio Deluxe 2003) but here the sound is pourave and I am decidedly in no enregistremet digital. If anyone can help me or make me? Ds then I could save the MD to my hard disc I must record my voice and my guitar !!!!! Help me. By the way I use the sound card in my computer. Is this the problem between the MD and his rotten when recording on my computer ??????????????
    So if you have to buy a card for its specific 'pluguer' my guitar and my voice and make the record is that the TONE PORT 1 c UX OK?
    As gear I have a Variax 700 and I want to get workbench
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  • k20015k20015

    Good for beginners

    Line 6 TonePort UX1Published on 06/05/13 at 09:55
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    Initially I bought it because it was cheap and it allowed me to record guitars and a bass direct sound and put a vst.

    Finally I used Cubase 5:
    - Record voice on XLR
    - Recording guitars through an instrument mic XLR input
    - Record low through a pre-amp Ashdown then XLR
    - Recording guitar and bass on the DI

    UTILIZATION

    The drivers are stable only if you use the POD Farm provided and not a cracked version.
    Noise level gate: no worries
    Latency Level: low

    I can record two tracks simultaneously: eg singing with a guitar DI.

    GETTING STARTED

    Very easy to use. Easy installation.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 years but I use it almost over.
    In fac…
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    Initially I bought it because it was cheap and it allowed me to record guitars and a bass direct sound and put a vst.

    Finally I used Cubase 5:
    - Record voice on XLR
    - Recording guitars through an instrument mic XLR input
    - Record low through a pre-amp Ashdown then XLR
    - Recording guitar and bass on the DI

    UTILIZATION

    The drivers are stable only if you use the POD Farm provided and not a cracked version.
    Noise level gate: no worries
    Latency Level: low

    I can record two tracks simultaneously: eg singing with a guitar DI.

    GETTING STARTED

    Very easy to use. Easy installation.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 years but I use it almost over.
    In fact I now use a Motu 828 MKII which allows me to record more instruments simultaneously. And I bought it mainly for its much lower THD than the Line 6. If I want to make good decision that will be sent in a studio for the re-amp + mix + master, I need the lowest possible THD.
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  • DoWnDoWn

    the Swiss army knife of home studio

    Line 6 TonePort UX1Published on 03/30/13 at 14:35
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    Characteristics that led me to purchase:
    - Easy to use
    - Compact
    - Self-powered by USB
    - To use the amp simulations line6
    - To record guitar, bass, singing, keyboard.

    I use it with my guitars, my bass, my microphone and very soon with an old organ from behind the fagots ... :-)

    I use it for my own compositions, it allows itself to send maquetter riffs to other musicians. We must go out with a demo, but hey, we should not consider producing an album with this camera, of course.

    I have long used an old Pentium 4 with 1GB of RAM, windows xp. Recently, it runs on a Core i3 with 4GB of ram under w7. It is therefore highly resource intensive. No crashes to report.

    UTILIZAT…
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    Characteristics that led me to purchase:
    - Easy to use
    - Compact
    - Self-powered by USB
    - To use the amp simulations line6
    - To record guitar, bass, singing, keyboard.

    I use it with my guitars, my bass, my microphone and very soon with an old organ from behind the fagots ... :-)

    I use it for my own compositions, it allows itself to send maquetter riffs to other musicians. We must go out with a demo, but hey, we should not consider producing an album with this camera, of course.

    I have long used an old Pentium 4 with 1GB of RAM, windows xp. Recently, it runs on a Core i3 with 4GB of ram under w7. It is therefore highly resource intensive. No crashes to report.

    UTILIZATION

    Very reliable, never crashes, I use it with gearbox, its software / driver and cubase. Latency is correct. You can record two tracks at once, something I never do, I do not stretch out on the subject. Drivers for windows 7 has long been expected, but they are now available, for cons, the product is old. I doubt they are updated.

    GETTING STARTED

    Free installation when you respect the PB instructions: Connect the device AFTER you have installed the driver. The config is very easy. No report has inconsistencies

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it since 2006 I appreciate the simplicity of implementation, its low price (which must be even more so today with the market opportunity and the output of the family pod studio) I would do to choice without pb
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  • hhub17hhub17

    a good start

    Line 6 TonePort UX1Published on 03/23/13 at 02:58
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    I needed a simple interface for guitar and bass, and can do without effect pedals or an amp. So these are simulations that have been decisive, and price.
    Usage: homestudio beginner.
    Config: a computer HP desktop 2 processors and a pair of computer speakers with very average.
    I recall that the UX1 includes two line in jack, a jack instrument, an XLR for a microphone, and line output jacks and headphone out, plus a separate volume control for headphones and a USB socket which serves both the alimention and into the computer, much to save for use simulations and effects.

    UTILIZATION

    The drivers are stable, but Line6 does not stop offering updates (not understand why they insis…
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    I needed a simple interface for guitar and bass, and can do without effect pedals or an amp. So these are simulations that have been decisive, and price.
    Usage: homestudio beginner.
    Config: a computer HP desktop 2 processors and a pair of computer speakers with very average.
    I recall that the UX1 includes two line in jack, a jack instrument, an XLR for a microphone, and line output jacks and headphone out, plus a separate volume control for headphones and a USB socket which serves both the alimention and into the computer, much to save for use simulations and effects.

    UTILIZATION

    The drivers are stable, but Line6 does not stop offering updates (not understand why they insist on that).
    For my needs, I can read and write 5/6 tracks simultaneously, including a drum track virtual qq guitars and basses.
    I never calculated the latency, but my first recording wave instead of ASIO latency was terrible, at least half a second if it is a second, and I heard both the signal and the late tonedirect in the TonePort, almost no latency. Beuuuuurk.

    GETTING STARTED

    The installation is no problem as long as you follow the instructions and click every time Windows says that the software has not been checked etc.. For something purely owner and under Windows, it still annoyed. And it is a bit long for a contraption basic and can not start the install and do something else in the meantime, since it requires a click every 3 minutes.
    Otherwise, no incompatibility encountered with my various materials infomatiques (but LINE6 not like Linux at all), but the manual easy interface is also, except when its not where we fall leaves a little troubleshooting.
    Warning: no phantom power mic preamp therefore expected (in my case, later a Behringer MC200).
    No jack for guitar or bass ACTIVE.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had more than 5/6 years now and I have not misused.
    I had not tried before buying.
    What I like most: a little something practical and portable that can replace without much pretensions, amps and effects racks to save if we take as the computer where it is installed. To play live, I think a bean (pod) is more appropriate.
    What I like least: I switched to Linux, I changed ordis, Line6 dislikes. Reinstall everything on the new ordis, almost completely incompatible with Linux, it takes the lead, not just as a standard USB interface, which branch and running.
    Value: in good secondhand, was a bit expensive new. This is still the entry-level and more difficult to control a real amp if you want to play well and sound, and a bit limited as audio interface.
    If it again and experience, I would spend immediately on the best equipment for the audio range, and would use freeware or commercial software carefully selected for effects and amp simulations. Or use a real amp and a good quality microphone for recording on a better interface range.
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  • mikoloumikolou

    Line 6 TonePort UX1Published on 03/18/13 at 06:53
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    the easier one jack, one USB plug and c hop parties

    UTILIZATION

    c gearbox with easy with an amp can do what you want

    GETTING STARTED

    easy not plug in usb before installation cd

    OVERALL OPINION

    5 years and I've done a good job with composed and even sing above etcetc add the bass is awesome and easy for me
  • tsepoutsepou

    Perfect for connecting to the computer ...

    Line 6 TonePort UX1Published on 11/10/12 at 03:08
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    This is a usb sound card that allows you to connect a guitar or bass headphones with microphone volume control outputs for audio system.

    UTILIZATION

    No audible latency, what I play live I hear in the audio system.

    GETTING STARTED

    It's almost plug and play, start the drivers, gearbox or pod farm, plug and play guitar ....

    OVERALL OPINION

    Purchased in 2005 so it's been 7 years since I used, I is not tried "other modèle.Je had chosen for its simplicity and the software provided with, and then it was the beginning of line 6 .....
  • JeffTadashiJeffTadashi

    Line 6 TonePort UX1Published on 08/14/12 at 19:36
    Line 6's Toneport UX-1 is one of the first USB-audio interfaces that the company has created, and one of the first to use their brand new Gearbox software. For inputs, it had a single XLR mic preamp input with trim knob, a single 1/4 inch instrument input, two 1/4 inch stereo line inputs, and a 1/4 inch stereo monitor input. For outputs, it had an S/PDIF stereo output (RCA type), 1/4 inch balanced line outputs (controlled by the master volume knob), and a 1/4 inch stereo headphone output. The box was compact, but a fully-functional usb-audio interface, and it comes with Line 6's Gearbox software, which includes multiple guitar and bass amps, vocal preamps, compressors, effects, and much muc…
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    Line 6's Toneport UX-1 is one of the first USB-audio interfaces that the company has created, and one of the first to use their brand new Gearbox software. For inputs, it had a single XLR mic preamp input with trim knob, a single 1/4 inch instrument input, two 1/4 inch stereo line inputs, and a 1/4 inch stereo monitor input. For outputs, it had an S/PDIF stereo output (RCA type), 1/4 inch balanced line outputs (controlled by the master volume knob), and a 1/4 inch stereo headphone output. The box was compact, but a fully-functional usb-audio interface, and it comes with Line 6's Gearbox software, which includes multiple guitar and bass amps, vocal preamps, compressors, effects, and much much more. It's what you would expect form Line 6.

    UTILIZATION

    One of the unique features of the UX-1 (and other Line 6 audio interfaces) is the use of direct monitoring of the wet, processed guitar signal. Normally, monitoring an input signal requires the signal to pass through the computer software, which usually results in a lag or delay from anywhere to 10ms to a couple seconds. When playing guitar and hearing the sound right back, even the smallest lag (as small as 30ms) can be noticeable, and it can effect your playing, when doing serious recordings. However, with the Line 6 interface, the monitoring of the wet, processed guitar signal is instantaneous, and it does not use significant cpu usage either. This is perfect for recording guitar, as you can use this software and hardware with even mediocre and slow computers, with high latencies.


    GETTING STARTED

    The Line 6 UX-1 is very simple to set up. You need to register the hardware and software through Line 6's website, but there are no serial keys, challenge/response, or any other protections necessary. You just need to have the hardware plugged in, the software recognizes it, and it automatically activates everything. Very convenient!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Overall, the UX-1 is a wonderful product, and it can be used as an introductory usb-audio interface for many guitarists, who are looking to get into the recording world.
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  • guiguiof67guiguiof67

    Very handy for recording.

    Line 6 TonePort UX1Published on 06/03/12 at 04:02
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    TonePort UX1 Ins and Outs:

    Inputs:
    Single XLR mic preamp input with trim knob
    Single 1/4-inch instrument inputs
    2x 1/4-inch stereo line inputs
    1/4-inch stereo monitor input

    Outputs:
    S / PDIF stereo output (RCA-type)
    1/4-inch balanced line outputs with master volume knob
    1/4-inch headphones output

    Computer Interface:
    USB bus-powered with LED status indicator
    USB 1.1 & 2.0 compatible
    Rock Solid ASIO, WDM and Mac ® OS X driver

    UTILIZATION

    I use it only to plug in my microphone instrument to record my guitar.
    I'm not really satisfied with the software that mimics sounds to me far too synthetic compared to other software like guitar rig ...
    In short th…
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    TonePort UX1 Ins and Outs:

    Inputs:
    Single XLR mic preamp input with trim knob
    Single 1/4-inch instrument inputs
    2x 1/4-inch stereo line inputs
    1/4-inch stereo monitor input

    Outputs:
    S / PDIF stereo output (RCA-type)
    1/4-inch balanced line outputs with master volume knob
    1/4-inch headphones output

    Computer Interface:
    USB bus-powered with LED status indicator
    USB 1.1 & 2.0 compatible
    Rock Solid ASIO, WDM and Mac ® OS X driver

    UTILIZATION

    I use it only to plug in my microphone instrument to record my guitar.
    I'm not really satisfied with the software that mimics sounds to me far too synthetic compared to other software like guitar rig ...
    In short this is an external sound card really cheap that I can very easily take over the sound of the amp and that's all I ask.
    I recommend for this for the software at all.

    I will therefore 6/10 for the mediocrity of its software.

    GETTING STARTED

    No hassle installation, once installed, plug in and go

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for over 3 years now, I like it, it's not bulky, one branch, we launch the software and it's ready.
    Very appreciable little thing too, we can settle the entry level thanks to the software but also thanks to the TonePort button for more precision.
    I put an 8 for its good value for money
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  • déhodého

    Laying out an excellent map for guitar / vocals

    Line 6 TonePort UX1Published on 05/18/12 at 01:06
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    a sound card, but that has always proven, I bought it because it came out and it seemed to match what I expected, a simple map and complete.
    I use windows vista, it always turned, no matter the windows used, but also on mac.
    For this card, I always used adobe audition and never a concern salt

    UTILIZATION

    it starts the cd, you plug the card, it launches its software mao, it's his choice and off you go!
    There is no easier than this sound card
    with hearing, latency quite acceptable, the sounds are well made, either for singing, guitars (classical, folk, electric or bass), I also registered with this card cellos, violin, flute , drums, percussion, accordion ... short, a sampl…
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    a sound card, but that has always proven, I bought it because it came out and it seemed to match what I expected, a simple map and complete.
    I use windows vista, it always turned, no matter the windows used, but also on mac.
    For this card, I always used adobe audition and never a concern salt

    UTILIZATION

    it starts the cd, you plug the card, it launches its software mao, it's his choice and off you go!
    There is no easier than this sound card
    with hearing, latency quite acceptable, the sounds are well made, either for singing, guitars (classical, folk, electric or bass), I also registered with this card cellos, violin, flute , drums, percussion, accordion ... short, a sample, and she was always out

    GETTING STARTED

    no worries, ever not be simpler ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for years, in fact, since its creation, I do not even know what year, I also use a fast track M-Audio that I did run on pro-tools, and I tested several other models on multiple systems.
    The TonePort is an ideal card for Laying out guitar / vocals, I always enjoyed the multitude of sounds, even if we can quickly sink into the bidding, finally, I use most often with minimal effects, I deal my later with his hearing or pro-tools.
    Since there was new version, and try to get them, they are still interesting.
    With experience, this choice I would do without hesitation, I think I even buy the TonePort UX2, just for extra ports
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  • Geo la bidouilleGeo la bidouille

    good sound card

    Line 6 TonePort UX1Published on 03/16/12 at 07:20
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    External sound card (USB) with amp modeling and bass guitar preamp and voice. The sounds on offer are interesting and good quality sound card for that price. It is stable and the installation is quick and painless.

    UTILIZATION

    Comes with an adapted version of Ableton Live latency is very correct and sounds taken directly through the amp models are the hands down! The sound is clean and the drivers are stable. You have to register on the site to receive updates of various products (drivers, models, ...) The site offers other free and paid products.

    GETTING STARTED

    Installation: Ok
    Good compatibility with my other sound card.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Very good value …
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    External sound card (USB) with amp modeling and bass guitar preamp and voice. The sounds on offer are interesting and good quality sound card for that price. It is stable and the installation is quick and painless.

    UTILIZATION

    Comes with an adapted version of Ableton Live latency is very correct and sounds taken directly through the amp models are the hands down! The sound is clean and the drivers are stable. You have to register on the site to receive updates of various products (drivers, models, ...) The site offers other free and paid products.

    GETTING STARTED

    Installation: Ok
    Good compatibility with my other sound card.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Very good value for money, one complaint: the case is plastic and a little toy!
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