#1
So my bands in a studio where they use the POD software. They keep asking us if we want Dual or Single tones, or a combo of both. I'm not super familiar with the POD software. Which woule be best for Metal with High-Gain amps? Any help woud be great, thanks.
Peavey Valveking Head
Peavey VK Cab
Schecter Hellraiser C-1 FR
Schecter Damien Elite 7
Ibanez ART2EX1
Boss SD-1 Overdrive
Boss GE-7
Boss NS-2
#2
What they mean by single or dual is Pod Farm has the ability to use 2 separate signal chains on one channel. Think of it like running your guitar through 2 amps at the same time. So you can either run a single, more traditional amp setup or run a dual amp setup with 2 separate signal chains on the same track.

Its all up to you on that one. It just comes down to preference
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#3
Quote by lockwolf
What they mean by single or dual is Pod Farm has the ability to use 2 separate signal chains on one channel. Think of it like running your guitar through 2 amps at the same time. So you can either run a single, more traditional amp setup or run a dual amp setup with 2 separate signal chains on the same track.

Its all up to you on that one. It just comes down to preference



Oh, I see. Thanks for the help man! I'll sample them both and see which I preffer.
Peavey Valveking Head
Peavey VK Cab
Schecter Hellraiser C-1 FR
Schecter Damien Elite 7
Ibanez ART2EX1
Boss SD-1 Overdrive
Boss GE-7
Boss NS-2
#4
It depends on the tone - a lot of the singles sound every bit as PHAT as the dual presets. I usually add a Waves Doubler Plug-in anyways which works fantastic doubling the sound - I'm also big on BBE Sonic Sweet's Sonic Harmonizer - it also really fattens up a high-gain track
Now running an Eleven Rack with Pro Tools 10.3.3 - it's amazing and I'm having ball with it - worth every penny. PT 10 is tops IMO and the Eleven Rack is a work of art!