#1
so im having a whole lot of fun playing around with the speed and feedback knobs on the delay i have going on podfarm, and i want to record the cool sounds you get as you change back and forth while playing.

if i play like normal and fiddle with the knobs while recording, the udio being recorded is the same and it will just play with whatever tone is in podfarm when i next hit play (not recording any of the adjustments)

i tried putting my audio device as "stereo mix" then doing it through podfarm, but nothing came up in reaper. i think this is because stereo mix is your laptop speakers, and i have podfarm going through the headphone out on the actual interface.

so how can i record what i hear coming out of my headphones through podfarm?

hope i explained it well enough.
thanks you.
#2
Use the output jack your headphones are in and feed it to an input elsewhere and record that.

I don't know how the quality will be, but it'll work.
#3
uhgg, so headphones out on my interface, running into line in on my laptop, then set my audio device as line-in and play through the podfarm standalone.

is this the only way it will work?
#4
Well if it's possible, try running the headphones out to an input if you have more than one. Otherwise you might have to do it through the line in.
#5
Quote by HethaHORRIFIC
so im having a whole lot of fun playing around with the speed and feedback knobs on the delay i have going on podfarm, and i want to record the cool sounds you get as you change back and forth while playing.

if i play like normal and fiddle with the knobs while recording, the udio being recorded is the same and it will just play with whatever tone is in podfarm when i next hit play (not recording any of the adjustments)

i tried putting my audio device as "stereo mix" then doing it through podfarm, but nothing came up in reaper. i think this is because stereo mix is your laptop speakers, and i have podfarm going through the headphone out on the actual interface.

so how can i record what i hear coming out of my headphones through podfarm?

hope i explained it well enough.
thanks you.


are you using Podfarm as a plugin in Reaper? or is it standalone?
#6
If it's in reaper you can record the knob movements (look up automation) and then bounce the track down using File > Render. If it's standalone afraid you'll have to use the tried-and-tested headphone-in method.
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#7
Use multiple tracks, or does Podfarm support midi controlling, like having a midi track with "messages"