#1
I just got my POD X3 and I've been learning new things about it etc. I'd really like to get straight into recording, but when I do record, I can't hear my guitar playing. The input goes straight onto the track. Is there a way so that I can hear what I play through my speakers but it also records into Reaper?

I'm new to recording, any help would be greatly appreciated.
#2
have you installed the USB drivers for it? if so, go to reaper's preferences -> audio devices, and set the pod as your recording device and playback device, then plug the pod's outputs into your speakers/amp/headphones so that you can hear your guitar
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#3
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have you installed the USB drivers for it? if so, go to reaper's preferences -> audio devices, and set the pod as your recording device and playback device, then plug the pod's outputs into your speakers/amp/headphones so that you can hear your guitar

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I also have an X3, and just started playing with it in Reaper.
Just have to use the outputs of the POD and everything is dandy.
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#4
Plug some headphones into the Pod or plug the Pod into the line in of the computer and monitor the line in.