#1
Well I want to get one of these, but don't know if I would need the more expensive one. What is the difference between the POD studio GX and UX1?
#3
I Would definitely go with

M-Audio Fast Track Pro.

Virtual 0 latency and it has many awards for quality.
I think that this, around 150 - 200 euro interface has the same
construction as the more expensive, hi-end M-Audio preamps.
I mean that it uses the same level premaps and the rest, not some
low budget, middle class preamps and stuff.

Be sure to check it out!
My Gear:RRhoads (Duncan SH-6),Ovation USA,
M-Audio Sono 88,
ZOOM 606,
VOX VT30,
Shure SM57,
M-Audio Fast Track Pro,
Behringer XENYX X1222 USB,
KRK RP5 G2,
Guitar Pro, Adobe Audition, Reaper, EZDrummer
Last edited by AnnihilatOrion at Aug 15, 2009,
#4
I'm about to upgrade to an M-Audio Profire anyway. The toneport/ pod studio's not a bad introductory interface though, has served me well for a couple of years at least.
#5
Quote by AnnihilatOrion
I Would definitely go with

M-Audio Fast Track Pro.

Virtual 0 latency and it has many awards for quality.
I think that this, around 150 - 200 euro interface has the same
construction as the more expensive, hi-end M-Audio preamps.
I mean that it uses the same level premaps and the rest, not some
low budget, middle class preamps and stuff.

Be sure to check it out!


Well this will be the first time I'll record anything and I don't need anything expensive now. Just some basic home recording. I like the looks of the POD farm. I have a crappy amp so that would be nice to use amp settings from the program.
#6
Quote by metalmatt13
Well this will be the first time I'll record anything and I don't need anything expensive now. Just some basic home recording. I like the looks of the POD farm. I have a crappy amp so that would be nice to use amp settings from the program.


Hmm... ok, it is up to you.

Pod Farm is at the same price that M-Audio Fast Track pro
and i was thinking about both of them, and after trying them out
in the shop i chose M-Audio over Line 6 Pod.

Better quality, lover latency and overall feel was much better.

But they both a good interfaces.
My Gear:RRhoads (Duncan SH-6),Ovation USA,
M-Audio Sono 88,
ZOOM 606,
VOX VT30,
Shure SM57,
M-Audio Fast Track Pro,
Behringer XENYX X1222 USB,
KRK RP5 G2,
Guitar Pro, Adobe Audition, Reaper, EZDrummer
#7
Quote by AnnihilatOrion
Hmm... ok, it is up to you.

Pod Farm is at the same price that M-Audio Fast Track pro
and i was thinking about both of them, and after trying them out
in the shop i chose M-Audio over Line 6 Pod.

Better quality, lover latency and overall feel was much better.

But they both a good interfaces.


Well what program is better? POD farm or the one that comes with m-audio (idk what it is).
#8
Ok, there are many programs for processing the signal on your PC. As as i said, both interfaces are awesome. But after trying them out, i have traded a cool look of POD Line 6 for a better feeling i got playing and recording on M-Audio.

I have a good Tube VOX amp so i am using a Shure M57 mic to record my Tube Sound from vox as it has built in effects, and i am not using my transistor pedal anymore, just for WAH.

POD Line 6 is a awesome product and comes with great software, but you gonna need a good PC for those effects. And there is 30 day cash back on products like that. So it i easy for you to get the one you like, try it out for few days and see if you like it or not.

Hope this helps, and talk to you tomorrow, i am going to bad, it's 2:55
My Gear:RRhoads (Duncan SH-6),Ovation USA,
M-Audio Sono 88,
ZOOM 606,
VOX VT30,
Shure SM57,
M-Audio Fast Track Pro,
Behringer XENYX X1222 USB,
KRK RP5 G2,
Guitar Pro, Adobe Audition, Reaper, EZDrummer
Last edited by AnnihilatOrion at Aug 15, 2009,