[linux-audio-user] Line6 POD 2.0 + JSynthLib = :)

Dana Olson dana at ubuntustudio.com
Wed Mar 29 15:46:11 EST 2006

I don't recall who suggested checking into JSynthLib for my Line6 POD
2.0 patch management, but thank you very much!

I finally got around to trying it last night, and it works *perfectly*
and was very very easy to use.

It can't load the *.l6t files though, but I managed to run PODMAN32 in
Wine to load these CustomTones to my POD, and then I can re-read them
into JSynthLib for editing and storage. If I could reverse-engineer file
formats and such, I'd write something to extract the sysex from the
*.l6t files, eliminating the need for Wine+PODMAN32 at all, but I think
I've got most of the CustomTones that I want.

Also, this software seems very awesome. I hope that more people with
more gear contribute support to it so that it can become a truly amazing
one-stop-shop for all your external gear needs.

Thanks again to whoever mentioned it!

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