#1
I was wondering when recording through the Toneport UX1 (or something similar) would it make any difference whether you use the 4 band EQ in the POD software or the EQ in the recording software (such as Ableton Live)? Would the results be any different?

The only thing I was thinking is that it would be easier to work with after recording because you could hear how the tracks blend together. On the other hand, fine tuning before making the recording final could be advantageous.

Opinions?
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#2
This question also goes for reverb. Would reverb be better added after recording or before?
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#3
i always add reverb after i have recorded. because i record my tracks plain or DI, i can change what ever i want, if i don't like the sound of a marshall for what i have recorded, i can just switch the amp to a mesa boogie or a fender. and about the eq question, try it out with both, i normally add a lot of eq, from the program i am using, like Guitar Rig 3, and then i add more from the Reaper program. its all up to what sounds best to you though, test what one sounds the best.
#4
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