#1
title says it all really

what software is compatible with the pod xt, compatibility with other instruments e.g. drums is no matter because ill be sticking my tracks on a usb and taking them to my drummers house to mix with his track etc.

im looking for something decently noob friendly as this will be my first time using audio recroding software by myself

ill be connecting the pod by usb btw

thanks in advance!
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#3
I use Adobe Audtion 1.5 (there is newer but I like this one better) with my Guitar Port. Works great.
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#4
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#5
thanks guys, is there any way to configure audacity so that i can play a track and record on it at the same time?
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#6
sure, go into the prefs and check the box telling it to play tracks while recording a new one.

I personally think Reaper is a better program than Audacity. It does take some time to learn but works well with MIDI
#7
thanks man but this leaves me with another problem, how do i get rid of the delay between me playin a note and it being recorded+coming out of my speakers?
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#8
Try monitoring with the Pod itself. You can get a Y cable like this, out of the output of the Pod, and stick your headphones to one end while the other goes into your computer. Easy as pie.
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#9
Download AISO4ALL and that should cut down on latency a fair amount. You can monitor from the pedal however it probably wont run the audio back down to the pedal so you wont get to hear the other tracks playing in audacity.

With an audio interface you can run the outs of the pedal to the interface and plug headphones into the new hardware. It will give low latency monitoring and you will hear the input as well, I think it's the best way to go IMO. EMU has the 0202 interface which is a USB2.0 connection.