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post Jan 3 2009, 12:41 AM
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I just downloaded pod farm and saw that the pod x3 should be able to record a wet and dry signal at the same time. I am using sonar home studio six. When i go to choose the input through the pod x3 i only get the choices for left,right, and stereo. Other people say to choose ASIO inputs but i can't seem to get those to show up. Any help is appreciated.
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post Jan 3 2009, 12:54 AM
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Recording Tone 1 & 2 to Separate Mono Tracks
1. Connect outputs to your recorder:
• POD X3: connect the 1/4-inch outs.
• POD X3 Live & POD X3 Pro: the XLR outputs are recommended for live sound
systems, to provide a level that approximately matches a mic’ed up amp. You can
also use them for recording into mic preamps, or use the 1/4-inch outputs to get
hotter, line level outputs.
2. Set the second OUTPUTS page (Studio/Direct Mix):
• Tone 1: On
• Tone 1 Pan: pan left
• Tone 2: On
• Tone 2 Pan: pan right
3. When using the 1/4-inch jacks, also set the first OUTPUTS page (1/4-inch):
4. In your recording system, assign those outputs to separate recording tracks.

Hope it helps mate. In Sonar you should make 2 separate mono audio tracks and choose the source like this:


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