#1
Hey I've been looking for an audio interface for recording and I've seen this term multiple times... Searched google but I can't figure out what is this. I only (think I) know it is something for you to use while recording high volumes...

So... What does the Pad switch at the gain knob does?

ty in advance :P
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#2
A Pad is a fixed attenuater usually at 10 or 20 dB, so it will take whatever the incoming signal is and bring it down by 10 or 20 dB before it hits the pre-amp
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#3
Pad (pre-attenuation device) just cools down a signal if it's coming in too hot, and you start clipping. I have one on my POD X3 I use while recording from my active pup guitar.
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