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Line 6 POD Studio UX2

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  • UX2 provides the lowest noise for recording guitar with 12dB more dynamic range than similar interfaces. ToneDirect monitoring virtually eliminates latency and allows you to record and monitor a fully processed tone
  • POD Farm plug-in provides 18 guitar amps, 24 guitar cabs, 5 bass amps and 5 bass cabs, 29 essential stompbox and studio effects and 6 mic preamps in Mac® AU/RTAS®/VST® and Windows® RTAS® /VST® formats
  • Free FX Junkie model pack adds 35 more effect models, including synths, filters, delays and more, to POD Farm. Ableton® Live Lite Studio Edition 16-track recording software and award-winning Reason Adapted production software
  • Two 1/4-inch guitar inputs,two balanced XLR inputs with mic preamps,phantom power and trim knobs, 1/4-inch stereo monitor input, two 1/4-inch line inputs, two balanced 1/4-inch line out, S/PDIF digital out, 1/4-inch stereo headphone, assignable VU meters
  • 44.1/48 kHz 16-/24-bit recording (88.2/96 kHz with sample rate conversion) Compatible with USB 1.1 and 2.0
  • UX2 provides the lowest noise for recording guitar with 12dB more dynamic range than similar interfaces.
  • POD Farm plug-in provides 18 guitar amps, 24 guitar cabs, 5 bass amps and 5 bass cabs, 29 essential stompbox and studio effects
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 12 x 4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001EKECC2
  • Item model number: POD Studio UX2
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,509 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 20, 2008

Product Description

POD® Studio UX2: Pro Guitar Recording with Superior POD® Tone POD® Studio UX2 combines the stunning sound of POD Farm™ plug-in with a rock-solid and powerful USB interface. Essential to the success of countless platinum-selling albums, these immortal Line 6 guitar, bass and effects tones are now available for recording guitarists. POD Farm, the Premium Tone Plug-in POD Farm plug-in features the sounds of the sought-after vintage essentials and must-have modern monsters necessary for a pro-sounding recording. It includes 18 immortal guitar amps (modeled after* Fender® Deluxe Reverb®, Marshall® JCM-800, Vox® AC-30 Top Boost, Mesa/Boogie® Dual Rectifier®, and more), 24 guitar cabs, 5 bass amps and 5 bass cabs, 29 essential stompbox and studio effects (modeled after* EP-1 Tube Echoplex, Ibanez® Tube Screamer®, MXR® Phase 90, LA-2A® studio compression, and more) and 6 crucial mic preamps (modeled after* Neve® 1073, Avalon Vt737, API® 512c, and more). Drag and drop models into the signal flow, pre or post amplifier. The carousel-style gear browser, displaying each and every coveted model, provides an experience that’s a dream come true. Creating classic tones or imaginative hybrids is incredibly fast and easy. Plus, get your free FX Junkie model pack and add 35 more effect models. UX2, the Lowest Noise for the Clearest Recordings UX2 boasts the lowest noise for recording guitar, 12dB more dynamic range than similar interfaces, for clear and dynamic recordings. Plus, exclusive Line 6 ToneDirect™ monitoring virtually eliminates latency allowing you to record with amp and effect modeling and without sacrificing tone or feel. Start Recording Right Out of the Box POD Studio UX2 includes POD Farm plug-in, Ableton® Live Lite Line 6 Studio Edition 16-track recording software ideal for guitarists, and award-winning Reason Adapted production software featuring a sought-after sequencer and tons of stunningly lifelike instruments.


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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By family dogg on January 3, 2009
there's no telling how much cash i've spent over the years looking to create a simple home recording setup. i'm a musician, not an engineer, not a computer geek either. in other words, i needed something that would be easy and sound awesome. line 6 POD studio UX2 is it. it's a box that sits on your desk, comes with ONE CORD and four different programs. that's it. without even installing any of the programs, my PC (running vista) and my mac both saw the UX2 and i was able to use it with my existing recording programs like acid and garage band. BUT once installing the software it came with, it became hours of childlike euphoria. "POD farm" has hundreds of cool effects for the guitar that you can play in REAL TIME, and record directly to acid with (also worked with audacity, a free program). another disk, "riff works", lets you play along with surprisingly great-sounding drum tracks, record layered guitar parts and construct a song (also lets you export as wav file when you're done). the other two disks, "abelton live lite" and "reason adapted" are basic versions of very expensive popular recording programs, so if you want to get a taste of how they work, they are also included. but what i was looking for above all else was SOUND QUALITY, and this box delivers many times over. completely satisfied.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Marxy on April 8, 2010
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First off, they have updated the drivers for use with both Windows 7 and Snow Leopard, so no worries there. I have tested it on both platforms and it works as expected.

This USB recording interface is exactly what I was looking for! Long gone are the days of attempting to sit in a quite room with an analog recording set up, or attempting to record only one input at a time when two would be fantastic. There are no latency issues, so worry not. The passive mic boost is very nice, because I only have a mic that requires the phantom power. Keep in mind that you can only record 2 inputs at once, but you can mix and match like Mic+Mic, or guitar+mic, or Guitar+guitar. The design is quite nice as well, and the analog dials look great in my office/"studio".

All in all, with the below caveats, this is a great plug and play USB audio interface. I would highly recommend this product, and in fact, because I liked it so much, I bought another and sent it to a friend/former band mate that lives elsewhere so we could both get recording again!

Caveats:
1 - You must install and run Pod Farm to get multiple inputs and effects first, before launching whatever recording software you're using. Took me awhile to figure out why I could only record one channel until I launched Pod Farm and selected "Dual".
2 - Speaking of software, the included software was fairly complicated and could be overwhelming for the new amateur recording artist. I'm learning Albeton, which is fun, but if you have software you already like, like Cakewalk or Garage Band or Logic, USE IT! You will be able to set the inputs without a hitch.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mark in MD on May 26, 2009
I picked up guitar after years of not playing. I was never very accomplished anyway but decided to pick it up again. I spent alot of time surfing the net to find software and/or hardware that could help me with learning and to make the learning process more enjoyable. While over at a friends house playing guitar he introduced me to the concept of a home recording studio. He's got a sweet setup, Pro Tools, multiple guitars, keyboards, moniters, the whole nine yards. Very nice and very expensive. I started researching DAW's and interfaces, my birthday was approaching and I figured I might be able to afford something, and that something was the UX2.

I got a gift certificate from my mother in-law for my birthday (Thanks again Peg!) and ordered the UX2. I ordered from AMS, recieved it the next day! My main concern at this point was my laptop, 5 years old, 512 ram, old processor..... All at the bare minimums for what a DAW would require.

Upon arrival I was braced to spend hours installing, uploading, and becoming frustrated. THIS DIDN'T HAPPEN! Installed the Pod software, uploaded the drivers, and plugged in! First time in my life I have gotten a hi-tech product and not had to seek anger management counseling! Even my wife was impressed, making a joke about not being on hold with support for hours, the general norm. Again, setup was a breeze! Even with my dinosaur of a laptop. As other reviews have stated, the unit itself isn't built very durably, it is very light and the knobs are kind of cheap. Definitly not something I see being banged up and surviving. I'm not going on tour anytime soon so I'm not too concerned.

The first few days I was just playing with Pod Farm, awesome! Literally thousands of options!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Adam on July 9, 2013
I bought this device to record guitar tracks into Pro Tools. Upon plugging it in and installing the included Pod Farm 2.5 (not the full $300.00 version) amp modeling software, I was pleased find that the device delivered very nice sound for the price, and did so with minimal latency through Tone Direct. The version of POD Farm 2.5 that came with it was missing amp models and effects for most of the preset sounds (Line 6 wants users to buy Premium), which was somewhat irritating, but I was able to create nice sounding virtual amp setups with it nonetheless.

Unfortunately, when recording with any mainstream Digital Audio Workstation (DAW), Tone Direct monitoring isn't going to be available (unless one wants to deal with some annoying audio syncing issues that will ruin the recording unless manually fixed). Rather, when working with a DAW, the device must use ASIO drivers (or Core Audio on Mac), and do all monitoring through the program. This is where the UX2 suffered. The best round trip latency (the time it takes for the signal from a guitar to go through the UX2, into the DAW, then back out to the speakers) one can expect from the device is likely going to be upwards of 20 milliseconds, and that requires a 128 sample buffer, which is, unfortunately, the lowest buffer size the device supports and may cause annoying crackling and popping through the monitors.

For many people, latency this severe will make it very difficult to play in rhythm, and will result in recordings that never sound quite on time. This was the case for me, and I was forced to return the device due to it. To add to this problem, very few people on most audio forums own this device, making it incredibly difficult to find help when dealing with a difficult problem.
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