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post Sep 7 2008, 04:18 PM
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Try connecting the pod to the computer and not to the amp. To hear what you are playing use the line out/headphones, and plug there some computer speakers or headphones. Maybe that can do the trick.

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post Sep 7 2008, 04:45 PM
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You can't use POD for recording using MIDI cable because through MIDI cable you can't send audio signal. You can send only MIDI signal.

Now, if you do wanna record with POD 2, you have to have a soundcard.
flip the A.I.R. switch to its DIRECT position, and connect it to your soundcard.
In this mode, the A.I.R. DSP is active, and you are getting a virtual version of the speaker-cabinet-airmicrophone.

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