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POD HD500 Edit

If you are looking for POD HD500 Edit, you have come to the right place. We explain what POD HD500 Edit is and point you to the official download.

What is POD HD500 Edit?

POD HD500 is a USB port which enables connection to a computer, both for recording and playback purposes, as well as for managing the Pod by using the Pod HD Edit software, which is downloadable. The unit also includes a new protocol called L6 Link, which allows compatible products to share information. A current example is the DT500 guitar amplifier, where changes made on the iPod are also reflected in the DT50 amp settings, and vice versa. Creating, tweaking, and storing the user’s own patches is straightforward with the Pod Edit software.

It also makes it easier to view the effects options that are available. Editing is not difficult. Its editing software also makes this easier, since users will be able to see and adjust multiple parameters at the same time. The left of the page shows the patches in the currently selected playlist, with a graphical representation of the amp and effects chain at the top of the screen. The remaining area can also be switched, in order to concentrate on editing effects, amps mixer, or set lists.

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File types supported by POD HD500 Edit

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Last updated: : March 8, 2014