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POD HD500

Advanced
Guide

An in-depth exploration
the features &

of

functionality
of
POD
HD500.
POD HD500

Electrophonic Limited Edition


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Home Views .................................................................................................................... 11
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POD HD500 Edit .......................................................................................... 15

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1, : .......................................................... 22
2, : .......................................................... 23
3, : .................................................................. 24
4, : .............................................................. 25
5, : S/PDIF ...................................................... 26
6, : MIDI/ .......................................................... 27
7, : Variax .................................................................... 28
8, : L6 LINK ............................................................................ 211
9, : L6 LINK ................................................................ 211

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DSP ....................................................................................................... 314

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, ............... 61
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, .................................................................. 63
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/ ......................................................................... 69
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(distortion) ................................................................... 72
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(pitch) .................................................... 76
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(delay) ............................................................................ 710
(reverb) .................................................................. 711
/ - ............................................................ 713

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USB.Audio...............................................................................
USB
............................................................................ 91
91
The6 Line
6 USB Audio..............................................................................................
Driver ...................................................................... 91
Line
USB
91
Line

-MIDI
93
The6 Line
6 Audio-MIDI
Devices ............................................................................
Panel ........................................................ 93
Mac
- Line
6 -MIDI

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93
Mac
- Line
6 Audio-MIDI
Devices
............................................................. 93
Windows
- Line
6 -MIDI

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98
Windows
- Line
6 Audio-MIDI
Devices
..................................................... 98

A: Line 6 Monkey
.........................................A1
A1
Appendix.A:.Line.6.Monkey.
..............................................

Line
6 Monkey
....................................................................................................
A1
Launch
Line
6 Monkey
................................................................................. A1

B: MIDI
........................................................... B1
Appendix.B:.MIDI.
...................................................................B1
MIDI
Input
& Out/Thru
...................................................................................................
B1
MIDI
Input
& Out/Thru
................................................................................ B1


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......................................................................
B2
Bank & Program
Change Messages
B2

POD HD500

MIDI
......................................... B4
Using POD HD500
as a MIDI
Controller
Device.........................................
B4

Line 6, POD, DT50, Variax, Vetta, L6 LINK, CustomTone and Line 6 Monkey are trademarks of Line 6, Inc. All other product
names, trademarks and artists names are the property of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with Line
6. Product names, images, and artists names are used solely to identify the products whose tones and sounds were studied during the
Line 6 sound model development for this product. The use of these products, trademarks, images, and artists names does not imply any
cooperation or endorsement.
Copyright 2010 Line 6, Inc.

POD HD500. POD HD500.


POD HD500 Pilots Guide, ..
, .
LCD- ,
.
POD HD500 1.20 ( ).
Line 6 Monkey.
: Line 6 Monkey . A1.


SAVE
P R E SE TS

HOLD FOR SYSTEM & I/O

VIEW


VIEW. PRESETS
-, PRESETS
- .

" " (Signal Flow View)


/
, . ,
,
, .


() ()
.




Pre ( )


Post
( )

(Looper)

, :
Pre-, Post- .

ll


,
1-4.

l2

,
.
,
.

"" (Performance View)


/ ,
POD HD500. FS4-FS8
/
(ABCD) (. . 1 ": " 22)

FS1-FS8

ABCD

FS1 - FS8
(. " "
310). , ""
(. " " . 81).

" " (Big User View)


.
.

" "


. .

.
, . .

l3

l4

( 1): ,
440Hz, 425 455Hz.

2. ( 4): /
. Mute . Bypass .
TAP
.


" " System Tempo, TAP POD HD500. .
(. . 6 " MIDI/" 27).
.
TAP
. ( , ) . .

PEDAL 2

GUITAR IN

CD/MP3
INPUT

UNBALANCED OUTPUT
L/MONO

R/MONO

BALANCED OUTPUT
LEFT

RIGHT

PHONES

AUX IN

MIC

LINE

STOMP

MIC LEVEL

FX RETURN

L/MONO

RIGHT

FX SEND

TRS STEREO

VARIAX

S/PDIF
OUT

INPUT

MIDI

OUT/THRU

USB

L6 LINK
CONNECT TO L6 LINK ONLY

POWER

9VDC 2.5A Min

"POD HD500 Pilots Guide" (" ") .


.

"POD HD500 Edit"


"Line 6 POD HD500 Edit" line6.com/software Mac Windows. POD
HD500 Edit USB , ,
, , POD HD500. POD HD500 Edit
L6 LINK/DT50 MIDI-!

POD HD500 Edit

l5


POD
HD500
, ( , ), , . ,
, .


VIEW.
, .

SAVE
P R E SE TS

HOLD FOR SYSTEM & I/O

VIEW

2I

1, :

22

- ,
POD HD500. ,
1 - 4.

Footswitch Mode ( 1 - ): FS5 FS8 POD HD500 Pedalboard Mode ( ), Preset


Mode ( ) (. " " . 4 5).
.

, , "", , . . "
" . 3 10.

Amp Knobs Display ( 2 - ): "ON", - . .


Looper FS Display ( 3 - ): LOOPER ,
""(Performance View)
. ( 81). .
, :

All Views: - -
Performance View: "" -
"" ( ,
VIEW).

, , , , .

Trails ( 4 - ""): "On", - / , . Trails


"Off" . .

FX Loop ( ) "" -
Return () , , Send () .
Trails .

2, :

, - .

LCD Contrast ( 1 - -): .


Tap Tempo LED ( 2 - - ): "On", TAP , -. "Off",
.
AC Frequency ( 3 - ): HD , - . , (60 ) (50 ) . (
,
POD HD500)

23

3, :

24

3 Inputs 1 2.
.

Input 1 ( 1): , "Input 1".


Input 2 ( 2): ,
"Input 2". "Same" , "Input 1".

, "Variax Ch1" "Variax Ch2" James Tyler


Variax (CH1 = , CH2 = ). , Tyler Variax. Variax ,
"Variax" "Variax Ch1" .

: , POD HD500 Inputs 1 2 , "Pre". :

, "Pre" , "Input 1" "Path A", "Input 2" "Path B". , , A B.


- "Pre" , A B.
- "Pre"
A, - . *


A B, , "Post".
"Input 2" "Same", - A
B (, / ).

* , . " / " .
3 6, , .

4, :
, , POD HD500
,
, ,
POD HD500 : , , ,
USB L6 LINK .

1 . .

Studio/Direct: " " . "Studio"


, "AIR" .

25

:
. "Live" , "AIR"
, .

26

Combo Front & Stack Front: Input . , :

Lows ( 2): .
Focus ( 3): .
Highs ( 2): .

():
.

: "" ""
, ( ). HD , .
, ! ,
!

5, : S/PDIF


,
S/PDIF. 24- S/PDIF
, , .
: , POD HD500 - . .

S/PDIF Output ( 1 - S/PDIF): : "Match


Outputs" ( , . 4, :
- . . 25) "Dry Input" ( , , , "E.R.").
Sample Rate ( 2 - ): : 44,1 ,
48 , 88,2 96 . S/PDIF
.
S/P Level ( 3 - S/P ): S/PDIF : 0 .

6, : MIDI/

MIDI Channel ( 1): "" MIDI , POD HD500


MIDI , MIDI DIN Input/
Output . 1-16 , "Omni"
.* *

: MIDI , L6 LINK c.
.9, : L6 Link . 2*11.

27

28

MIDI Out/Thru ( 2): MIDI DIN Out, MIDI Out MIDI Out+Thru.
Tempo Sync ( 3): "Speed" () "Time" () (, ). ,
.

Preset ( ): .
Global (): , .
, , .

Tempo ( 4): "Tap Tempo" ( TAP). .

7, : Variax

Line 6 Variax,
VARIAX POD HD 500.

Variax Control Knob ( 1): POD HD500


"" "", Variax . .

"Enabled" - , POD HD500 Variax . , Variax "Enabled". (, , ) .


: ("Enabled") Variax . ("Disabled"), . , , Variax , , ,
("Enabled"), "Dont Force". , Variax , , .

"Disabled" - Variax , . , .

Variax . Variax Variax Ctl,


1, . 2-4
.

Variax Electric
Variax Electic Tyler Variax, I/O .


Variax

29

Variax Acoustic 700

2I0

Variax Bass 700 & 705


Variax Bass, , 3b "Treble" . "Variax Ctl" "Model"
3b , 3a.

8, : L6 LINK -

2II

POD HD500, L6 LINK,


Line6 DT50 ( ). .
: Line6 DT50 POD HD500
L6 LINK, http://line6.com/support/manuals/.

Amp 1Amp 4 , DT50:

, / .
A B.

9, : L6 LINK -

, Line6 POD HD500. 1-4 L6 LINK


Line6 DT50.

2I2

DT50 A B.

DT50 , A B.

" ", POD 500


A B.

, MIDI DT50, .


?
, POD HD500.


8 , ,
(FX Loop, . ). " " (Signal
Flow View), , , 1-4, .

" ", .

1 - : (FX Model).

, "None". , . . - , ,
. "None" - (. DSP . 314).

None.

2 - : .

3I

3 - : . 2
ENTER, . " " . 51.
4 - : .

32

On/Off: ENTER. "Off"


.
Move FX Position: , . ("Pre") ("Post"), A
& B (." " . 61).
Saved Per Preset: ,
.


8 FX Loop.
, A B!

" " (Signal Flow View), .

: , , SEND & RETURN, "FX Loop".


" " (Signal Flow
View), "Edit Mode". "Enter".
. . . 53.

.
(Amp Block), : "Pre",
"Post". A,
A B, . ,
, (On/Off), .
, ", . 61.

33


A B, , ("Post"). . 1-4.

34

" ", , 4
.

Volume A ( 1): A. 0 dB ( ).
Volume B ( 2): B. 0 dB ( ).
Pan A ( 3): A.
Pan B ( 4): B.

.
8 , . ,
" " (Signal Flow View) ,
. "MOVE", "" - , .

35

MOVE, .

[ ()].
A, B, .
[ ()], .
, ,
!
, MOVE,
.
-
("Pre"), ("Post"), A B - ." " . 61.
("Pre"),
("Post") - . . 81.

36

, ( , , , , , ,
) , (
, , -) . 1 2
POD HD500 (. " 3, : " .
24). , ,
"" . :
Ping Pong Delay

, Ping Pong Delay ( ) / , , - .


Ping Pong Delay


()

Ping Pong Delay

Ping Pong Delay


( ) ( ), "" ,
.
-
SEND / RETURN.


A B, .
, - ( , ), .
" " . 61 .


POD HD500 , - EXP 1 EXP
2, - , *. ,
PEDAL 2,
POD HD500, EXP 1, - EXP 2. EXP 1 EXP 2
. EXP 1 EXP 2 .
, - , Position EXP 1. , Position EXP 2.
- ,
.
, , ,
. , /
!

EXP 1 EXP 2
PEDAL 2 , EXP
1 EXP 2. :
EXP 1 , EXP 2 - . (
- . " " . 312)

37

EXP 1 EXP 2 ,
PEDAL 2
PEDAL 2

38

(, Line 6
EX-6 Expression Pedal) PEDAL 2. ,
EXP 1,
EXP 2. EXP 1 EXP 2 .


EXP 1 EXP "Controller Assign".
" " ,
. MOVE.
Delay.

ENTER

AMP & FX ON / OFF

DBL PRESSTO ASSIGN CTL

MOVE


"Control Assign" . Digital Delay w/Modulation. 1-4 .

39

"Controller Assign"

Parameter ( 1) ,
*. Mix.
Controller ( 1) , . EXP 1 EXP 2. OFF .
Minimum Value ( 1)
"".
Maximum Value ( 1) -
"".

* . 37,
/, Position EXP 1 EXP 2. . , . "Controller Assign"
.


, "Controller Assign", .

3I0

"Controller Assign"

(FS1 FS8),
, / . VIEW "".
FS1 FS8 (. .1, ": " .22)

FS1 FS8

ABCD FS5 FS8

, , ""
, (. "
"Performance" .8-1).

,
. Delay. ENTER , "Footswitch Assign".

ENTER

AMP & FX ON / OFF

DBL PRESSTO ASSIGN CTL

MOVE

, ENTER

"Footswitch Assign" Delay

1 , . "FS1" - "FS8" FS; "EXP Toe Switch"


; "None"
.
:

3II

: ,
.
"" "MULTI".

3I2
,

:
1 . [ ] , "Footswitch Assign".

: "N/A" "" .


" " .37,
/, Position
EXP 1 EXP 2 . / .
. :

, "FS Assign"
EXP TOE SWITCH, .
/ .

3I3

, (, "Position"
"") , / , . , , "" EXP 1, "" EXP 2:
, PEDAL 2
, ,
.

, , EXP 1.
"OFF"
ENTER. , "" , "" .

Wah In On

Volume is Off


.
EXP 1
, "" , ""
; EXP 2
EXP 1.
, !

DSP

3I4

POD HD500 ,
(Digital Sound
Processing DSP). , , " DSP". DSP, . ""
, . DSP LIMIT REACHED ("
DSP"), .

DSP Limit alert is


temporarily displayed
Currently selected Model
is automatically bypassed
with DSP message shown
here
" " - DSP


DSP. DSP
LIMIT REACHED, B
. DSP:

. HD-
DSP, .
.
.
/ "None" (. " " . 31). (, ) DSP, .

, "None" DSP, OFF- .

, .

- .
, c-
POD HD500.
Line 6 POD HD500 Edit.
, - !

-
POD HD500 64 8 c-. ,
c-, , .

c-
PRESETS c-.

SAVE
P R E S E TS

HOLD FOR SYSTEM & I/O

VIEW

-.

c-:

( ), PRESETS c-, ENTER. c- . , ,


( ), , c-.
c-: c-, SAVE c-.

4I

SAVE
P R E SE TS

HOLD FOR SYSTEM & I/O

VIEW

42
c- 3, 4 . ENTER . c-.
PRESETS c-, .

c-.
c- ENTER
c-. ,
.

- - .

: PRESETS
64 .
. ENTER .
: "HIWAY 100" 2 2.

2 "HIWAY 100", MOVE.


, . .

43

DBL PRESSTO ASSIGN CTL

MOVE

PRESETS 2.
, \, . "HIWAY 100"
2, 2 2, .

Hiway 100 moved from 2A to 2C

, MOVE ,
.
.
PRESETS - "Saving" .

The Set List Saving Screen

44

.
c- 64 . c-
POD HD500. , , , , , .

.
PRESETS
c-. . ( , , !)
SAVE
P R E S E TS

HOLD FOR SYSTEM & I/O

VIEW

Turn the PRESETS knob to incremet through Presets

c- c-(. .
41) .

.
"hands-free"( ) Bank Up
Bank Down
A,B,C,D (FS5-FS8). (
, System-FS mode "ABCD" FS5-FS8. . 22)

45

Bank Up & Down

Channel A,B,C,D footswitches (FS5-FS8)

A,B,C D
.

Bank Up Bank Down


, .

Bank Up Bank Down A,B,C D , . A,B,C D .

.
, , ,
, SAVE. , , * ("") .

, .

46

,
!
SAVE .

1-4 .

Set List ( 1): 8 c-. c.


Destination ( 2): \ c- . , , , , .
, .

Cursor Character ( 3 4):


3 4 .

: . "" . "" ,
, .

, SAVE . , , PRESETS VIEW.

47


.
. ( . " "
66) , , .

.
VIEW " ",
, .

SAVE

5I

P R E S E TS

HOLD FOR SYSTEM & I/O

VIEW

" " - .

"\" . , .
,
, 1-4. ,
ENTER, .

ENTER

AMP & FX ON / OFF

DBL PRESSTO ASSIGN CTL

MOVE

- U-Vibe


1-4 , .

, .

1 - .
, . . / .

52

None - .
FX - .
FX loop - " " , . . " " 53.

2 - .
.
.

3 - .
.
.

4 - .
.

53

, , .

.
.


, .
.

Send () - , SEND .

: LINE/STOMP , .
, .

54

Return () - , RETURN
.

Mix () - POD HD500. 100%, POD HD500 .


0%,
, POD HD500. , 100%, , SEND
RETURN , !

:
! . " " 37.

HD , POD HD500!
.



. , MOVE (
35 ). .


, - "Dual Tones" . /B
"Pre" ( A B) "Post" ( )
, . " A", " B".
" A" " B"

A B


,* .

*: \ DSP
. , , . " DSP" 314

6I

A B, .

:
A, MOVE, [ ]
. B A
"Post", ( - "Post")

A, MOVE, [ . B A "Pre",
A/B ( "Pre" )

MOVE, B .

"Pre" "Post"
.
Amp A

62

"Pre" ( A B)

"Pre", ,
A B. A B, -, ,
.
Amp A

"Post" ( A B)

"Post", , A B .* , A B, , .

*: , , . Model Types and Mono/Stereo Signal Routing . 36.

,
VIEW, " ",
, A B.

63
- B

, 4 , 1-4.

1 - .
2 - .
3 - .
4 - 2 , ,
.
( 1), , / ( 65). ,
2 3, , . .


, .
, - , POD HD500 L6 LINK.*

*, - SETUP:OUTPUT.
" 4, : " 25.

64

- . , ,
, , , . DRIVE
VOLUME !


3 : On (), Off (), Disabled ( Null).

"On" ()

"Off" ()

Disabled (Null Block)

,

Amp,.Cab.&.Mic.Models


About.Default.Amp.Settings

Whenever
you
change
to a
different
Amp
or Preamp Model,
predetermined
Cab
&

Mic models are


automatically
loaded,
as
well
as Amp
Tone
Knob settings
designed
to

.
complement
the Amp
type.

To
follow
is a table
showing the
default ,
Cab & Mic
Models assigned
for each Amp
&



Preamp. .

Default.Cab.&.Mic.Models
Amp/Preamp.Model
Default.Cab.Model
Amp Disabled
Blackface Double
Hiway 100
Super O
Gibtone 185
Tweed B-Man
Blackface Lux
Divide 9/15
PhD Motorway
Class A-15
Class A-30 TB
Brit J-45
Brit P-75
Brit J-800
Bomber Uber
Treadplate
Angel F-Ball

-2x12 Blackface Double


4x12 Hiway
1x (6x9) Super O
1x12 Field Coil
4x10 Tweed B-Man
1x12 Blackface Lux
1x12 Celest 12-H
2x12 PhD Ported
1x12 Blue Bell
2x12 Silver Bell
4x12 Greenback 25
4x12 Blackback 30
4x12 Brit T-75
4x12 Uber
4x12 Tread V-30
4x12 XXL V-30

Default.Mic.Model
-57 On Xs
67 Cond
421 Dyn
121 Rbn
67 Cond
57 On Xs
4038 Rbn
409 Dyn
421 Dyn
57 On Xs
421 Dyn
409 Dyn
57 Off Xs
87 Cond
87 Cond
409 Dyn

65
65


,
Amp,.Cab.&.Mic.Models


Mic.Models
The
8 selectable
Mic Models for
Amp are
as follows.


each
8

Mic.Model.Descriptions
Mic.Name
Based.On...*
57 On Xs

Shure SM57 Dynamic, On Axis

57 Off Xs

Shure SM57 Dynamic, Off Axis

409 Dyn

Sennheiser MD 409 Dynamic

421 Dyn

Sennheiser MD 421 Dynamic


Coles 4038 Ribbon

4038 Rbn
121 Rbn

66
66

Royer 121 Ribbon

67 Cond

Neumann U 67 Condenser

87 Cond

Neumann U 87 Condenser


Editing.Amp.Parameters

To.toggle.the.selected.Amp.model.On.or.Off

/ :
ENTER

AMP &&FX
FX ON
ON/ /OFF
OFF

ENTER
- AMP ON/OFF

. Toggling
the
,
results
Press
the ENTER
- AMP.ON/OFF
button
once.
Amp Off

.
in
bypassing
the Amp, Cab
and Mic
processing.

To.adjust.the.Amp.Tone

:
MOVE
DBL PRESS TO ASSIGN CTL

Turn
any of
the Amp
Tone,
knobs to
adjust
the desired
settings
forthe
selected .
Amp.

SAVE

ENTER

AMP & FX ON / OFF

P RE SE TS

OR SYSTEM & I/O

DBL PRESS TO ASSIGN CTL

VIEW

MOVE

The
Amp
Tone knobs


,Tone

Whenever
you
adjust any of
the
Amp
knobs,
youll see
the Momentary
AMP:.

(AMP:
EDIT),

for

EDIT.LCD screen temporarily displayed, showing the actual values of the Toneknobs

B
(

Amp
Knobs
Display.

1,
both current Amp A & Amp B Models (depending on your Amp Knobs Display setting,
:

22 ).
see Page 1, Setup:Utilities Options on page 22).
All product names used in this manual are trademarks of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with Line 6. These trademarks of other manufacturers are used solely to identify the products of those manufacturers whose tones and sounds were
studied during Line 6s sound model development. Shure is a registered trademark of Shure Incorporated, Sennheiser is a registered trademark of Sennheiser Electronic Corporation, Neumann is a registered trademark of Georg Neumann GMBH, Royer is a registered
trademark of Bulldog Audio, Inc. DBA Rover Labs

,
(AMP: EDIT) ,
ENTER .

ENTER

AMP & FX ON / OFF

DBL PRESSTO ASSIGN CTL

MOVE

: , , . , ""
. 1-4 , .

- A , B .

: (VOL),
A. . VOLUME ,
, , , .
, VOLUME "Null".

67

.
1 AMP: EDIT, "" ,
2, , 1-4.

2 AMP: EDIT

68

1: (
66)

2: .
3: " ".
.

4: A B.
HOME, ENTER, (AMP:EDIT), . , .

,

Amp,.Cab.&.Mic.Models

/
Amp/Preamp.Models

16 To
follow
is a table
showing
the classic
amplifiersupon
which
our 16
HD Amp/Preamp
/.

Models
are based.* For more details,
please
also check
out the
POD
HD
Model Gallery,
POD HD,
http://line6.com/support/manuals/.
available
from http://line6.com/support/manuals/.

POD.HD500.Amp/Preamp.Models
Amp/Preamp.Model
Based.On...*
Blackface Double
Hiway 100
Super O
Gibtone 185
Tweed B-Man
Blackface Lux
Divide 9/15
PhD Motorway
Class A-15
Class A-30 TB
Brit J-45
Brit P-75
Brit J-800
Bomber Uber
Treadplate
Angel F-Ball

65 Blackface Fender Twin Reverb


Hiwatt Custom 100
60s Supro S6616
Gibson EH-185
59 Fender Tweed Bassman
Fender Blackface Deluxe Reverb
Divided By 13 9/15
Dr. Z Route 66
61 Fawn Vox AC-15
Vox AC-30 Treble Boost
65 Marshall JTM-45 MkII
Park 75
Marshall JCM-800
2002 Bogner Uberschall
Mesa/Boogie Dual Rectifier
Engl Fireball 100

Amp.Control.Labels

some

youll


knobs
displayed

For
Amp Models,
see slightly
different
labels
for the Amp
Tone

(AMP:EDIT).

,
the

in
the Amp:Edit
screen.In
the
cases where
classic amps weve
modeled
include
special

,
emulated

.
are

follows...
...
knob
controls,
weve
their
behaviors accordingly.
These
listed as

* All product names are trademarks of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with Line 6. These product names and descriptions are provided for the sole purpose of identifying the specific products that were studied during Line 6s sound model
development. Fender, Twin Reverb, Bassman and Deluxe Reverb are registered trademarks of Fender Musical Instruments Corporation. Vox is a registered trademark of Vox R&D Limited. Marshall is a registered trademark of Marshall Amplification Plc. Dr. Z
is a registered trademark of Dr. Z Amps, Inc. Mesa/Boogie and Dual Rectifier are registered trademarks of Mesa/Boogie, Ltd. Engl is a registered trademark of Beate Ausflug and Edmund Engl. Hiwatt is a registered trademark of Fernandes Company, Ltd. Fane is a
trademark of Fane International. Gibson is a registered trademark of Gibson Guitar Corp. Supro is a registered trademark of Zinky Electronics.

69
69

Super O
Supro Drive Tone, Tone
MID Bass, Treble Presence:

AMP:EDIT Super O

Divide 9/15
. DRIVE
"" , BASS Drive "" . MID
TREBLE Tone Cut.

6I0

AMP:EDIT Divide 9/15

Class A-15 Class A-30TB


Vox, MID, Cut .
.

AMP:EDIT Class A-15 Class A-30TB

,

Amp,.Cab.&.Mic.Models


.Cab.Models
To
follow
is a table
showing
the classic,
speaker cabinets
upon
which
our Cab
Models
are


based.*
(For the
list
of Cabs
that are
loaded automatically
with each
Amp, see
About
.
(
,


,
Default
Settings
on page 65.)
Amp

. 65)

Cab.Model
2x2 Blackface Double
412 Hiway
6x9 Super O
112 Field Coil
410 Tweed
112 BF Lux
112 Celest 12-H
212 PhD Ported
112 Blue Bell
212 Silver Bell
412 Greenback 25
412 Blackback 30
412 Brit T-75
412 Uber
412 Tread V-30
412 XXL V-30

POD.HD500.Cab.Models
Based.On...*
Fender Blackface Twin Reverb combo cabinet, 2x12 inch
Jensen speakers
Hiwatt cabinet, 4 x 12 inch Fane 12287 50 watt speakers
Supro S6616 combo cabinet, one 6x9 size speaker
Gibson EH-185 combo cabinet, 1x12 Field Coil Speaker
59 Fender Tweed Bassman combo cabinet, 4 x 10 inch Jensen
alnico speakers
Fender Blackface Deluxe Reverb combo cabinet , one 12 inch
Oxford 12K5-6 speaker
Divided By 13 9/15 combo cabinet, one 12 inch Celestion G12H
Heritage (70th anniversary) speaker
Dr. Z, Z Best cabinet, 2x12 inch Celestion speakers (one G12H
Heritage and one Vintage 30)
61 Fawn Vox AC-15 combo cabinet, one 12 inch Celestion
Alnico Blue speaker
Vox AC-30 Treble Boost, 2x12 inch Celestion Alnico Silver Bell
speakers
Marshall cabinet, 4x12 inch Celestion G12M Greenback
speakers
Marshall cabinet, 4x12 inch Celestion Rola G12H30W
Blackback speakers
Marshall cabinet, 4x12 inch Celestion G12T75 speakers
Bogner Uberschall cabinet, 4x12 inch Celestion speakers (2 x
G12T75 and 2 x Vintage 30 speakers)
Mesa/Boogie cabinet, 4x12 inch Celestion Vintage 30 speakers
Engl Pro cabinet, 4x12 inch Celestion Vintage 30 speakers

* All product names are trademarks of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with Line 6. These product names and descriptions are provided for the sole purpose of identifying the specific products that were studied during Line 6s sound model
development. Fender, Twin Reverb, Bassman and Deluxe Reverb are registered trademarks of Fender Musical Instruments Corporation. Vox is a registered trademark of Vox R&D Limited. Marshall is a registered trademark of Marshall Amplification Plc. Dr. Z
is a registered trademark of Dr. Z Amps, Inc. Mesa/Boogie and Dual Rectifier are registered trademarks of Mesa/Boogie, Ltd. Engl is a registered trademark of Beate Ausflug and Edmund Engl. Hiwatt is a registered trademark of Fernandes Company, Ltd. Fane is a
trademark of Fane International. Gibson is a registered trademark of Gibson Guitar Corp. Supro is a registered trademark of Zinky Electronics. Celestion is a registered trademark of Celestion International Ltd. Jensen is a registered trademark of Jensen Loudspeakers
and Audiovox Corporation.

611
6II


FX.Models

FX
mOdelS
POD HD500 , POD HD500 includes a plethora of amazing FX Models, primarily from the popular
Line 6 M13 Stompbox Modeller!
Line 6 M13 Stompbox Modeler! This chapter provides Reference Tables showing all POD
POD HD500, HD500 FX Models by category, as well as details on their parameters. FX Model parameters
. are all accessible within the Edit Mode. Please see FX Edit Mode on page 51 for details on
(Edit Mode).
Edit Mode features.
" ", . 51.
TIP: For
more details about
the POD HD500
FX
Models, please
also check
out
the POD
:


POD HD500

and
Advanced
available
from http://line6.
HD
Model Gallery


"POD
HDM13
Model
Gallery" Guide
"M13 documents,
Advanced Guide",

http://
com/support/manuals/.
line6.com.support.manuals/.

Dynamics.Models

Dynamics.FX.Models.-.Parameter.Reference.Table
Model
Parameters
Noise Gate
Threshold
Decay
--Tube Comp
Threshold
Level
--Red Comp
Sustain
Level
--Blue Comp
Sustain
Level
--Blue Comp Treb
Sustain
Level
--Vetta Comp
Sensitivity
Level
--Vetta Juice
Amount
Level
--Boost Comp
Drive
Bass
Comp
Treble

-------Output


Common.Parameters

.
The
following
parameters
are common
to
most
Dynamics FX
Models.
Threshold:

Threshold: For compressor FX, lower values result in greater compression, along
. , Threshold,
with an automatic makeup gain stage dependent upon the Threshold setting.
.

Sustain:
Some compressors
include
Sustain, which
much
the same as a Threshold


Sustain, is


Sustain:
control,
but
functions
in
reverse
higher
settings
add
more
compression
and thus
Threshold, :

more
sustain
and
squishy
goodness.
, .

Level:

Level:
Adjusts the
overall
volume
- higher
settings
typically
offer an output
boost.
.

7I
71

FX.Models


Distortion.Models

72
72

Distortion.Model.-.Parameter.Reference.Table
Model
Parameters
Tube Drive
Drive
Bass
Mid
Treble
Screamer
Drive
Bass
Tone
Treble
Overdrive
Drive
Bass
Mid
Treble
Classic Dist
Drive
Bass
Filter
Treble
Heavy Dist
Drive
Bass
Mid
Treble
Color Drive
Drive
Bass
Mid
Treble
Buzz Saw
Drive
Bass
Mid
Treble
Facial Fuzz
Drive
Bass
Mid
Treble
Jumbo Fuzz
Drive
Bass
Mid
Treble
Fuzz Pi
Drive
Bass
Mid
Treble
Jet Fuzz
Drive
Fdbk
Tone
Speed
Line 6 Drive
Drive
Bass
Mid
Treble
Line 6 Distortion
Drive
Bass
Mid
Treble
Sub Octave Fuzz
Drive
Bass
Sub
Treble
Octave Fuzz
Drive
Bass
Mid
Treble

Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output

Common.Parameters

.
The
following
parameters
are common
to
most
Distortion
FX Models.
Drive:

,
or

Adjusts the
amount
of overdrive, distortion
fuzz. .
Drive:
Bass:

Adjusts Bass
EQ level
Bass:
Mid:

Adjusts the
Midrange
EQ level.
Mid:
Treble:

Adjusts Treble
EQ
level.
Treble:

Adjusts the
overall
volume
level -higher
settings
offer
an output
boost.
Output:

Output:
.


FX.Models


Modulation.Models
Modulation.Models.-.Parameter.Reference.Table
Model
Parameters
Pattern Tremolo
Speed
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Panner
Speed
Depth
Shape
VolSens
Bias Tremolo
Speed
Level
Shape
VolSens
Opto Tremolo
Speed
Level
Shape
VolSens
Script Phase
Speed
---Panned Phaser
Speed
Depth
Pan
Pan Spd
Barberpole Phaser Speed
-Fdbk
Mode
Dual Phaser
Speed
Depth
Fdbk
LFO Shp
U-Vibe
Speed
Depth
Fdbk
VolSens
Phaser
Speed
Depth
Fdbk
Stages
Pitch Vibrato
Speed
Depth
Rise
VolSens
Dimension
Sw1
Sw2
Sw3
Sw4
Analog Chorus
Speed
Depth
Ch Vib
Tone
Tri Chorus
Speed
Depth
Depth2
Depth3
Analog Flanger
Speed
Depth
Fdbk
Manual
Jet Flanger
Speed
Depth
Fdbk
Manual
AC Flanger
Speed
Width
Regen
Manual
80A Flanger
Speed
Range
Enhance
Manual
Frequency Shifter
Freq
Mode
--Ring Modulator
Speed
Depth
Shape
AM/FM
Rotary Drum
Speed
Depth
Tone
Drive
Rotary Drm/Hrn
Speed
Depth
Horn Dep Drive

Step 4
Mix
Mix
Mix
-Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
-Even Odd
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix

73
73

Speed: // :
. ,
"Hz" " " ("Note Division")

"Hz",
.
" ", , Tap Tempo (.
"Tap Tempo" 1-4)

Depth: . , , .

Fdbk (Feedback): , .

Mix: . 0%

74

, . 100% . Chorus, Flanger Phase FX ,


, Mix 0 50 %.
Vibrato, Tremolo Rotary FX
Mix 90-100%. !

, Script Phase, Pattern Tremolo, AC Flanger 80a Flanger


Mix. , ,
!


FX.Models


Filter.Models
Model
Voice Box
V-Tron
Q Filter
Vocoder
Seeker
Obi Wah
Tron Up
Tron Down
Throbber
Slow Filter
Spin Cycle
Comet Trails
Octisynth
Synth O Matic
Attack Synth
Synth String
Growler

Filter.Models.-.Parameter.Reference.Table
Parameters
Speed
Start
End
Auto
Start
End
Speed
Mode
Freq
Q
Gain
Type
Mic
Input
-Decay
Speed
Freq
Q
Steps
Speed
Freq
Q
Type
Freq
Q
Range
Type
Freq
Q
Range
Type
Speed
Freq
Q
Wave
Freq
Q
Speed
Mode
Speed
Freq
Q
VolSens
Speed
Freq
Q
Gain
Speed
Freq
Q
Depth
Freq
Q
Wave
Pitch
Freq
Wave
Speed
Pitch
Speed
Freq
Attack
Pitch
Speed
Freq
Q
Pitch

Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix


Common.Parameters

.
The
following parameters are common to most Filter FX Models.
Frequency: , .
Frequency: Selects the center frequency used by the effect.
Q: .
Q: Adjusts the frequency width of the filter in use.
Speed: .
Speed:
Adjusts the
rate of the"Hz"
models
modulation
or oscillators,
can be adjusted
to



"a
Hz value
NoteDivision")
Division:
"or("Note

"Hz",

Choosing

a Hz
value provides
a specific
modulation
speed in
cycles per second.
.

Choosing a Note Division value provides a time that is based on the current Tap

"
", Tempo
(see Tap
Tempo
on page 14)
, Tap Tempo (.
"Tap Tempo" 1-4)

75
75

FX.Models

Mix:
Mix:
Sets the balance
of the
Dry and
Wet signals.
At 0% no
effect is 0%
added
to

,
you


100%

your signal;
at 100%
will hear .
the effected
signal only.
Formost
Filter FX,
try the

100% setting.
to achieve
the full weirdness
factor.
100% .


Pitch.Models
Model
Bass Octaver
Pitch Glide
Smart Harmony

Pitch.Models.-.Parameter.Reference.Table
Parameters
Tone
Normal
Octave
-Pitch
---Key
Shift
Scale
--

-Mix
Mix


Pitch.FX.Model.Parameters
these

,
examples
of

Since
FX are
a bit more
complex,
weveprovided
each
Pitch FX
Models

Edit Mode screen and parameter descriptions.


.

Bass.Octaver
76
76

Bass Octaver

Tone: The overall tone of the effect.

Tone: .

Normal: Controls the volume of the dry signal.

Normal: .

Octave: Controls the volume of the processed, octave signal.

Octave: , .. .

Pitch Glide

POD HD500 .

Pitch: . POD HD500 , !*

Mix: .
*! ,
MOVE "Pitch" (. " ", . 3-7). MIN VALUE 0% MAX 100%,
, MIX 100%, .

Smart Harmony

Scale, Key Shift, DSP- , . :

77


FX.Models

Key: , .
Shift:
Key:
Select the Key
youll be
playing
in. .

Shift:
Determines
interval
desired harmony
note.
Scale:
,the

value
for
the

(.

).
Scale: Select the Scale youd like to use (see the following instructions and table).
Mix: + .
Mix: Sets the balance or your dry signal + harmony notes.

Smart Harmony ,
. The Smart Harmony effect automatically detects your guitars single-note pitch and shifts
: it to match a user-selected Key and Scale. A choice of Keys is provided - Consult the table
, .
below to achieve other scalic modes.
, .

78
78

Key
A
B
C
D
E
F
G

Choose your
Key on
the left, then
your mode
on the top. ,
,

The cell
where the
two connect
is the
Key to
choose
to get to .
the mode
youd like.
C-Lydian

G
Major.
For example, for C - Lydian, the Scale you want is G Major.
Mode
Lydian Mixolydian

Ionian

Dorian

Phrygian

A Maj

G Maj

F Maj

E Maj

D Maj

C Maj

Bb Maj

B Maj

A Maj

G Maj

Gb Maj

E Maj

D Maj

C Maj

C Maj

Bb Maj

Ab Maj

G Maj

F Maj

Eb Maj

Db Maj

D Maj

C Maj

Bb Maj

A Maj

G Maj

F Maj

Eb Maj

E Maj

D Maj

C Maj

B Maj

A Maj

G Maj

F Maj

F Maj

Eb Maj

Db Maj

C Maj

Bb Maj

Ab Maj

Gb Maj

G Maj

F Maj

Eb Maj

D Maj

C Maj

Bb Maj

Ab Maj

Smart
HarmonyModel
Model
- Scale Reference
Table
Smart Harmony
-

Aeolian Locrian


FX.Models


EQ.Models
Model
Graphic EQ
Parametric EQ
Studio EQ
4 Band Shift EQ
Mid Focus EQ

EQ.Models.-.Parameter.Reference.Table
Parameters
80Hz
220Hz
480Hz
1.1kHz
Lows
Highs
Freq
Q
Low Freq
Low Gain Hi Freq
Hi Gain
Low
Low Mid Hi Mid
Hi
Hi Pass Freq Hi Pass Q Low Pass Freq Low Pass Q

2.2kHz
Gain
Gain
Shift
Gain


Common.Parameters

The
following
parameters
are common
to
EQ
Models. .

Frequency
High):

Frequency(
(as
well
asLow,
Low,Mid,
Mid,
High):
Selects
the center
frequency
or range for
the

EQ

.
( includes

Graphicwhere
EQ
particular
Band. (The
Graphic
EQ model
fixed Bands
the gain

, is adjustable
for each.)

Q: Adjusts the frequency width or shape of the frequency band filter.

Q: .

Gain: Adjust the output level of the particular Band. (The Gain parameters accessed

Gain:

by Multi-function
Knob #4
adjust
the overall
output.
level.) ( Gain 4 .)

79
79

FX.Models


Delay.Models

710
7I0

Delay.Models.-.Parameter.Reference.Table
Model
Parameters
Ping Pong
Time
Fdbk
Offset
Spread
Dynamic Dly
L Time
L Fdbk
R Time
R Fdbk
Stereo Delay
Time
Fdbk
Thresh
Ducking
Digital Delay
Time
Fdbk
Bass
Treble
Dig Dly W/Mod
Time
Fdbk
ModSpd
Depth
Reverse
Time
Fdbk
ModSpd
Depth
Lo Res Delay
Time
Fdbk
Tone
Res
Tube Echo
Time
Fdbk
Wow/Flt
Drive
Tube Echo Dry
Time
Fdbk
Wow/Flt
Drive
Tape Echo
Time
Fdbk
Bass
Treble
Tape Echo Dry
Time
Fdbk
Bass
Treble
Sweep Echo
Time
Fdbk
Swp Spd
Swp Dep
Sweep Echo Dry
Time
Fdbk
Swp Spd
Swp Dep
Echo Platter
Time
Fdbk
Wow/Flt
Drive
Echo Platter Dry
Time
Fdbk
Wow/Flt
Drive
Analog W/Mod
Time
Fdbk
ModSpd
Depth
Analog Echo
Time
Fdbk
Bass
Treble
Auto-Volume Echo Time
Fdbk
ModDep
Swell
Multi-Head
Time
Fdbk
Heads 1-2 Heads 3-4

Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix


Common.Parameters

.
The
following
parameters
are common
to
most
Delay FX Models.

/:


Time:
Time:
Adjusts the
delay/repeat
time, with higher
settings providing
longer delays.

"MS"
Time can
be adjusted to.
a MS value
or Note
Division:
" ".
Choosing a MS value provides a specific time in milliseconds.
"MS" .

Choosing a Note Division value provides a time that is based on the current Tap

"

Tempo
(see Tap"
Tempo on page
14).
, Tap Tempo (. "
" 14)


FX.Models
Fdbk (Feedback):

.

Fdbk
(Feedback):
Sets the
number of delayed
repeats.
Depth:




Depth:
Some delays
include
modulation.
These.
will typically
include
a Depth

Depth

.
parameter to adjust the intensity of the pitch modulation applied to the repeats.
ModSpd:
.

ModSpd:
Control
the speed
of the pitch
modulation.
Mix:


Mix:
Sets the balance
of the
Dry and
Wet signals..
At 0% no
effect is 0%
added
to

,
you


100% your
signal;
at 100%
will hear .
the delayed
signal only.
.


Reverb.Models
Reverb.Models.-.Parameter.Reference.Table
Model
Parameters
Plate
Decay
PreDelay
Tone
Room
Decay
PreDelay
Tone
Chamber
Decay
PreDelay
Tone
Hall
Decay
PreDelay
Tone
Echo
Decay
PreDelay
Tone
Tile
Decay
PreDelay
Tone
Cave
Decay
PreDelay
Tone
Ducking
Decay
PreDelay
Tone
Octo
Decay
PreDelay
Tone
Spring
Decay
PreDelay
Tone
63 Spring
Decay
PreDelay
Tone
Particle Verb
Dwell
Condition
Gain

Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix


Common.Parameters

to

The
following
parameters
are common
all
Reverb
Models,
with ,
the exception
of the


.
Particle
Verb Particle
Model,Verb,
which
weve described
separately.

,

Decay:
Sets the length
of time the reverb
effectsustains.
Decay:
.

Predelay: Configures the time before the reverb effect is heard.


Predelay: .

711
7II

Tone: . , .

Mix: . 0% ( ) 100% ( , ).

Particle Verb

7I2

, STABLE . CRITICAL ,
. HAZARD .
:

Dwell: Decay: , .

Condition: STABLE, CRITICAL HAZARD


!

Gain: .


FX.Models

/ -
Volume/Pan.&.Wah.Models
The Volume/Pan.
and.Wah sets of Models
just waiting
to
be put to
use with your

/
are
all

POD HD500
To follow
is info
on the
FX parameters
& some tips
on
using them.

pedal!
POD HD500!

.
When you add any Volume or Wah model to your tone, they are automatically assigned
,
to be controlled with your POD HD500 Expression Pedal! Please see Expression Pedal
POD HD500! Assignment on page 37 for more information.
" " . 37.

Volume/Pan.Models.-.Parameter.Reference.Table
Model
Parameter
Volume
Volume Level
Pan
Pan L-R Balance

Volume
Volume
713
7I3

Volume:
Adjusts the
signal
level. 100%
100%- is
unity gain. This
parameter
can
be accessed
Volume:

.
via
the
Multi-function
knob
at
any
time.
With
your
EXP
Pedal
assigned
to
control the
-
Volume,
youll see
this Volume
parameter
visually adjust
with the
pedal as
.

Volume,
well.
Volume .

Pan

Pan: , -. 0% - . 50% - . 100% - .


Pan , , . :

A B:

7I4

Pan A B

,
- A, - B.
"" .

Pan

, , Pan, . Pan . , Pan - POD HD500 - .


Pan

7I5
(EQ) Pan

, Pan, Pan "-",


" / ", .36. ,
Pan.

FX.Models


Wah.Models
Wah.Models.-.Parameter.Reference.Table
Model
Parameters
Fassel
Position
Mix
Conductor
Position
Mix
Throaty
Position
Mix
Colorful
Position
Mix
Vetta Wah
Position
Mix
Chrome
Position
Mix
Chrome Custom
Position
Mix
Weeper
Position
Mix

Common.Parameters

"Wah"
:
Each
Wah
offers
the following
two parameters:

716
7I6

Position:
""
Wah.

"Wah"

Position:
This controls
the sweep
of the
Wah.
Any Wah
Model
is best
used with


this
parameter
assigned
to your pedal,
however,
you can
also access.
this parameter
,
Multi-function

with
the
Knob, such
as
to dial ina
parked-
Wah tone.
, "" Wah.

Mix: Sets the balance of the Dry and Wet signals. At 0% no Wah effect is added
to
Mix:

0%
your
signal; at
100% you
will hear
the Wah-effected
signalonly.
Try lowering
the
Wah to
less


.
100%
Mix
than 100% for
a more subtle
effect!
Wah. Mix 100% !


POD HD500 , 48 (Half-speed mode) 24 , , , ,
.

"" (Performance view)


POD HD500 , .

, ""
. " , ". VIEW ,
. (
" 1, : " . 22).

, ""

8I


"", :
LOOPER ./. . , POD
HD500 . "", , ,
, .
UNDO FS1, . , (Overdub-record),
, - . .
PLAY ONCE FS2 ( ).
!

, Play/Stop "STOP",
,
.

PRE/POST FS3 , (Amp&FX)


, .

82

PRE (FS3 ):
(.. "" ).
. ,
PRE .

PRE, Pre/Post POST, , PRE/


POST POST.

POST (FS3 ):
(.. "" ). /. ,
, , .

POST, Pre/Post PRE,


PRE/POST PRE.

: POST , PRE , ,
/ ( , /). , .. , !
REC/OVERDUB , FS5, POD HD500 .
. "" :

DUB IN. REC/OVERDUB


(Overdubrecord).

REC/OVERDUB, , , , ""
DUB OUT. , (overdub).
Play/Record "STOP" ,
PLAY/STOP .

, (overdub)
. REC/
OVERDUB. ""
. , !
REC/OVERDUB , ,
, .

83


PLAY/STOP FS6 / .
, . FS6 , .

, Play/Stop
STOP.

1/2 SPEED FS7 (1/2 Speed). FS7 , .


: , ,
. " " 85.

84

,
FULL.

, 1/2.

REVERSE FS8
. . FS8 ,
"" .

"" ,
FWD.

"" , REV.


Using.the.Looper


Looper.Settings

to
Flow

Press
the
VIEW VIEW
button
display the Signal
View screen
andselect
the
Looper
to

.
access several additional settings.

"
",

The
Signal
Flow View
screen,
Looper options

1 Playback

- Use Multi-function
Knob
1 to adjust the Looper
playback
You

1 volume.

may
find it
useful
to turn this down
a bit
so that
live guitar
can
be slightly

.
your
,

louder.
, , "" .
2

Overdub(overdub)
- Use Multi-function
2 to adjust the level
at which
all Overdubs
are
- Knob

2
recorded.
This level does
not affect
the level
of youroriginal
Loop
recording. .

.

Hi Cut.
& 4Lo
Cut - Use
Knobs 3 & 4 to adjust
these
options,
4
.Multi-function
-

3 EQ
4
to
reduce
the
treble and
bass of your
Loop
playback. It can be
helpful to
reduce
these

to
the mix
of your
Loop
with
your live
guitar.
These
controls
optimize

.
playback

,


reduce
the High
Low frequencies
more as
you raise
their
values..
and

""

""
, .

(1/2 speed)
1/2.Speed.Operation
The Looper
utilizes
both the
1/2 Speed and
Full Speed options
for
recording
and playback.


,
,

These options directly
affect the
maximum
Loop recording
time. :
.


POD.HD500.Looper.Record.Time
Full Speed
1/2 Speed

24 Seconds maximum
48 Seconds maximum

85
85

: (Full speed) , 24 .

,
, .

, , .

: , 48
.

,
, .

, , .

86

USB A

USB Audio
USB POD HD500.
Line 6 USB, POD HD500,
Mac Windows !

Line 6 USB
POD HD500 , "Line 6 POD HD500 Edit". Line 6 USB, "Line 6 Monkey" (. " A: Line 6
Monkey . A 1). "Line 6 POD HD500 Edit"
http://line6.com/software.

Line 6 - "POD HD500 Edit".

USB 2.0 POD HD500. , POD HD500 (USB- ).


"POD HD500 Edit" "POD HD500 Edit
", http://line6.com/support/manuals


POD HD500 USB .
, . , , ,
POD HD500.

9I

USB A

, USB , L6 LINK POD


HD500 DT50.



USB-, Line 6

POD HD500
, , USB 24- ,
.

92

POD HD500
. POD HD500. , ,
POD HD500: A & B , , , .., (
-). , .
, ,
, Setup:Outputs(: ).
, , , Studio/Direct (/
). , , . " 4, : " . 25 .

USB
A
USB.Audio

Line
6 -MIDI
The.Line.6.Audio-MIDI.Devices.Panel
The

6 Audio-MIDIDevices
Devices

Line Line
6 Audio-MIDI
utility
is the place
where you
configure.
various audio

The
Lineoptions
6 Audio-MIDI
Devices

dialog
Macare
Windows
.
driver settings.
in the Line
6 Audio-MIDI
Devices
slightly different

system.
:
Mac .descriptions
that
if you are
on a,
Mac versus
a Windows
See the
following
,

Windows
. Mac
. 98.
match
your
setup: For
see next section, or for Windows see page 98.

Mac
- Line 6 -MIDI
Mac.-.Line.6.Audio-MIDI.Devices

Devices utility

Mac.

Launch the
LineLine 6 Audio-MIDI
6 Audio-MIDI Devices
from
within the
Mac

.
System Preferences.
This
utility
provides access
to several
driver options.

Line
6 -MIDI - (Mac)
Line.6.Audio-MIDI.Settings.-.Driver.Options.(Mac)

3
4

93
93

6
7

The "Line
Line 66-MIDI
Audio-MIDI
Settings window
- Driver
page

"
-

USB A

1 Device Selector (" ") POD HD500. Line6 , .


2 Driver Version (" ")
3 ESN
4 Driver/Inputs & Recording Selector
(Drver Inputs Recording) ( . " " . 95).
5 Run Audio MIDI Setup (" /MIDI"): Mac
Core Audio Mac OS X Audio MIDI Setup. (. "Mac - Line 6 -MIDI " . 93).
6 Sample Rate Converter Active (" "): , , "" 48. 48, POD HD500 44.1, 88.2 96, . , .
7 USB Audio Streaming Buffer (" USB-"):
. ,
, ,
- .

94

USB
A
USB.Audio


Inputs.&.Recording.Page

9
6
Line 6Settings
Audio-MIDI:

page
The Line
Audio-MIDI
window
- Inputs
& Recording

8 Record
8
Sends List ("

Record.Sends.List:
.Displayed
here"):
are the Record
Sends
for the
current
Line
6 device


.
PODHD500
HD500

that
will be available
to your audio software.
For
POD
youll
see the
one,
stereo

Main
Out".
1-2"1-2
Main
Out
Record Send.
9 Hardware
9
Monitor
Level
("
"):
the

Hardware.
Monitor.
Level:
. This
slider independently
controls
volumeof your

fed

(
processed
guitar
tone output
for
monitoring (the
signal
to the devices
main
outputs).

).
signal

your

,
It does
not
affect the
level of the
fed to
computer
via
the Record Send.
This

.
guitars

allows
you
to balance
your
monitor
level against the
playback
audio from
your

,
in
,
, computer,
such
as when recording
DAW software.
DAW-( ).
If using POD HD500 as the audio interface for recording into a DAW application, then

POD HD500

software
monitoring

You

DAWyour DAW
may also
offer its own
function.
may want
to
,

use the DAWs software monitoring in some scenarios, such as if you want to hear your
"
".

guitar signal processed


with plug-ins
on the
DAW track.
When utilizing
DAW software

,
,

,
monitoring, youll want to set this sliders level to minimum to allow you to hear only the


DAW
software monitoring
signal. .
, , DAW-.

95
95

USB
A
USB.Audio

Mac OS X Audio MIDI


Mac.OS.X.Audio.MIDI.Setup.Utility
POD

Coredriver
Audio,type,

PODHD500
HD500
utilizes the
Mac
CoreMac
Audio
making
it a
compatible audio

/
Mac-.

interface for practically


any Mac
audio/multimedia
software. As with
most Core Audio


Core Audio
,


Audio
devices,
some settings
are found
in the
Audio Devices
page
of the Mac
Audio MIDI
Devices("")
Audio MIDI Setup (" Audio MIDI").
Setup dialog.

A
B
C

96
96

- Mac
X 10.4
10.5*
The
Audio
MIDI SetupAudio
utilityMIDI
- Mac
OSOS
X 10.4
&&
10.5*

*
:

MIDI
Mac
X 10.6

*Note:
The Audio
MIDI Setup
utility Audio
window
within
MacOS
OS
X 10.6
has
a slightly

,

different
layout, but
offers the same
options
and functionality
as described
here..
A System.Settings:
A
System Settings (" "):
Default
Input
")
Default
Input
and("
Default.
Output options
allow Output
you to("
choose
theaudio
The Default.

")

default.

interface
you want
your
Mac ,
audio applications
to use by
If you want this


.
to be your Line
6 device,
select it here. , Line 6
, .

USB A

System Output (" ") , Mac OS X.

B Device Properties ( ): POD HD500, .


C Audio Input & Output Options ( ):
POD HD500 Device Properties, , POD HD500:

(Input) (Output) , -

" " (ster Stream), POD HD500 "" (Record Send 1-2) (Out 1-2)

Source ("") POD HD500,


Format ("") * ("Sample
Rate") , POD HD500 .
POD HD500 24 .
* , . .

Input Volume (" ")


.

utput Volume (" ")


.

97

USB
A
USB.Audio

Windows
- Line 6 -MIDI
Windows.-.Line.6.Audio-MIDI.Devices

Windows
Windows
VistaorWindows
Windows 7,
7,
The following settings
are the
same for
Windows
XP,XP,
Windows
Vista

.
unless
otherwise noted.

"
Windows
Line6 Audio-MIDI
Devices.
Launch
the"
Line 6 Audio-MIDI
Devices
from within
the Windows
Control
Panel.


and
Windows,
recording
On
Windows systems,
POD HD500
offers both
a DirectSound
ASIOLine6

:
DirectSound
ASIO.

driver
for
maximum
compatibility
with
audio
&
multimedia
software
applications.
It is


always ASIO,
recommended
that you select
the ASIO
audio driver
within your
audio software,



.
if supported,
since this
offers higher
performance.
When
promptedASIO
for
ASIO driver

:
settings,
this dialog
is where you will make them.

4
5

98
98
8

The
Line The
6 Audio
Devices
- Driver(Driver)
tab (Windows

Line6 MIDI
MIDI Devices

(Windows XP)
XP)

1
1 Device
Device.Selector.Select
your POD HD500
here.
If you
more
than
one supported
Selector ("
"):

PODhave
HD500.


Line 6 audio
device
connected, eachLine6
will ,
be selectable
this
list.

in

.
2 Driver
2
Version ("
"):

Driver.Version.Displays
the current
devices
installed
driver
version number.
3 ESN:
3
ESN.-.
Displays the
current devices
unique
Electronic
Serial
Number.

USB A

4 Driver/Inputs & Recording Selector -

(Driver Inputs Recording)( . " " . 912).

5 Driver Operation (" ") ( Windows XP):


, DirectSound POD HD500 ASIO .
Driver Operation at:
. , "inactive".

Default Sample Rate & Bit Depth: , c DirectSound , POD HD500 .

Lock Driver Format: , DirectSound

, , .

99

USB
A
USB.Audio

5 Driver
Driver.Operation.(Windows.Vista.&.Windows.7).
.
Operation (" ") Windows Vista Windows
7)
Windows
VistaVista
Windows
7
"Sound
Contol Panel" ("

On
Windows
& Windows
7 you
will see
a Sound.Control.Panel
button
- click
"),

Windows
Windows
SoundWithin
Panel. the

Recording"
this
to launch
the
Sound panel.
Sound"Playback
panels and
Playback
and
("
")

PODDefault
HD500

Recording
tabs you can
designate
POD HD500
as the
audio
device
if you want

all
your Windows
multimedia
programs
to utilize itWindows.
as their sound card device.

910
910

POD HD500 POD


HD500 selected
as the Default
Playback
Device


"Properties"

"Sound",

You
can
also click
on the
Propertiesbutton
in the
Sound
dialog
to
access the
default format

,
c

settings for the POD HD500 Sample Rate and Bit Depth when used with Windows

Windows.
(
,

multimedia applications. (Note that if you are using an audio application that is set to

ASIO

POD
HD500 directly

utilize
the,
ASIO driver
for
your
Line 6 device,
then ASIO
communicates
with

).
the device, and these default format settings do not apply.)

USB
A
USB.Audio

"Advanced
Control
Panel>Sound>Properties (Windows
Vista/7)
The
Window
Vista/7tab",
Control
Panel>Sounds>Properties
- Advanced
tab

6
6 ASIO
DriverDriver.Settings
Settings (" ASIO "):
ASIO
ASIO

ASIO
Client: If
you are running
audio
software that POD
is using
POD
HD500
as its
Client:
,
HD500

ASIO ASIO
audio
device,
the nameof.
the software will appear here.
,

ASIO which
"",

" Buffer

BufferSize:
Size:
The ASIO
buffer
size in use,
will
affect the
responsiveness
"

""

DAW-.

"",
,
and latency of the DAW software. The lower the setting, the faster the response,
but

""
with the trade-off of higher processor usage and the risk of audio dropouts. Raise


the value .
if you are
getting inconsistent
playback
or recording
in the audio
software.

256

.
256 is generally a good setting to start with.

Bit

BitDepth:
Depth:
The ASIO
bit depth
in use.
It is recommended
to use 24-bit here.

ASIO ,
24 .
Rate Converter Active ("

7 Sample
Sample.Rate.Converter.Active.-.
Youll see
this indicator"):
light up whenever

""

48. the device is operating at a sample rate other than its native 48kHz rate. In addition
to

48,
POD
HD500

44.1,
88.2

96,

48kHz, POD HD500 supports 44.1kHz, 88.2kHz and 96kHz rates by utilizing an internal

.
sample rate converter.

8
8 USB
Audio Streaming Buffer ("
adjusts
USB"):the
buffer

USB.Audio.Streaming.Buffer.-.
This slider
size
for the audio

, of
the

Input Monitoring.
,

responsiveness
Input
Monitoring
signal. Basically,
the default
setting should
be fine

,
with

for,
most systems,
but if
getting
audio dropouts
or
working
large ""
CPU demands
on

raise

your system,
the
slider a
notch ortwo
to the
right until
it alleviates,
the problem. - , .

911
9II

USB
A
USB.Audio

Inputs & Recording


Inputs.&.Recording.Page.

10

TheMIDI
Line6 MIDI
Devices
- Inputs&&Recording
Recording (Windows
XP) XP)
The Line
6 Audio
Devices
- Inputs
tab (Windows

Sends List ("

9 Record
Record.Sends.List:
.Displayed
here"):
are the Record
Sends for the current Line
6 device

(Record
Sends)
Line6
,
POD
HD500youll

that will
be available
to your audio
software.
For POD
HD500
see the
one,stereo

"1-2 Main
1-2 Main
Out Out".
Record Send.

912
9I2

10 Hardware
Monitor
Level
("
"):
the

Hardware.
Monitor.
Level:
. This
slider independently
controls
volumeof your

processed Source Input tone output for monitoring (the signal fed to the devices
main

It
).

outputs).
does not
affect the
level
of the signal
fed to,
your computer
via the
Record

Send.
This
allows
you to balance
your guitars
monitor level
against
the playback
audio

,
,

from your computer, such as when recording in DAW software.


DAW-( ).
If you are using POD HD500 as the audio interface for recording into a DAW application,
then
DAW
may
also offer its own
function.
You
may want
to
your
POD
HD500
software
monitoring

DAWuse
the
DAWs
software
monitoring
in
some
scenarios,
such
as
if
you
want
to
hear
your
,
guitar
signal processed
with plug-ins
on the DAW
track.
When utilizing
DAW software
"
".

monitoring,
youll
want
to
set
this
sliders
level
to
minimum
to
allow
you
to
hearonly the
, , ,
DAW
software monitoring
signal.


.
, , DAW-.

A: Line 6 Monkey

A: Line 6 Monkey

"Line 6 Monkey" "" ,


POD HD500, , Line6. Mac Windows
USB. , , . "USB
" 151 . Line 6 Monkey
. POD HD500:


POD HD500 USB 2.0 .

Mac, /Applications/Line 6 "Line 6 Monkey".


Windows, Start menu\Programs\Line 6\Tools\Line 6 Monkey.
Mac, Windows, .

.
, "Line 6 Monkey" Line6, . ! ,
"New User", .


, Line 6. / Line 6 . ,
"Register" -.

AI

A: Line 6 Monkey

A2

- , .

Line 6 Monkey POD HD500

, , , , .
, "Flash Memory" "Update Selection". . , , !

B: MIDI

B: MIDI
MIDI POD HD500. MIDI Bank Program Change . , Bank
Program Change - . POD HD500 MIDI-, MIDI- ( , Line 6 FBV MkII!).
: POD HD500
MIDI-. , MIDI-, .

MIDI Input Out/Thru


MIDI-. ( POD
HD500 MIDI USB). , MIDI-
, 5- MIDI- MIDI OUT/THRU
MIDI- . ,
MIDI-, MIDI- MIDI IN MIDI Out
.
INPUT

MIDI

OUT/THRU

MIDI INPUT OUT/THRU POD HD500.

MIDI-
http://line6.com/support/manuals/.

MIDI POD HD500


MIDI- Bank Program Change, POD HD500 SETUP:MIDI/Tempo - MIDI Channel. MIDI , MIDI
OUT/THRU MIDI-, ,
MIDI Out/Thru "Thru.". " 6, : MIDI/" . 27.

BI

B: MIDI

B2

Bank Program Change


:
-: MIDI- Bank Change CC0
0 ( - 1), 1 ( - 2) .., Program Change
( 0 63 01 16D) , -. - .

, -: Program Change
( 0 62 01A - 16D) ,
-.
( PRESETS,
4- , A, B, C, D*), MIDI- Bank Change Program Change, MIDI OUT/THRU .
* , A, B, C D MIDI Program Change, ABCD "Presets Mode" (. .
1, " 1, : " . 22).
MIDI- \ .

SAVE
P R E SE TS

HOLD FOR SYSTEM & I/O

VIEW

PRESETS

ENTER

AMP & FX ON / OFF

ENTER
4-

DBL PRESSTO ASSIGN CTL

MOVE

POD HD500 Controls, Bank Program Changes

B: MIDI

PRESETS
-, MIDI-:

Program Change .
Program Change .
A, B, C D , MIDI- Program Change 0 64. (
, 1, 0-3;
2, 4-7 ..)

PRESETS, , Enter "-" (Set Lists), - (1-8) , MIDI Bank Change


0 7 - 1-8 .

B3

B: MIDI

POD HD500 MIDI-.

B4

MIDI- , , Line 6 M13, M9, POD


Farm 2 Plug-In, Line 6* , MIDI.

" MIDI"
MIDI-,
. " MIDI", MOVE. .

ENTER

AMP & FX ON / OFF

DBL PRESSTO ASSIGN CTL

MOVE

MOVE " MIDI"

.
( FS2 ), 1-4. , MIDI, , :

FS1 MIDI- FS1 MIDI-.

MIDI Channel ( 1): MIDI-, MIDI .

B: MIDI

None: MIDI- (: None,


2-4 , , None).

01 - 16: MIDI-, .

Base: "" () MIDI-, (. "


6, : MIDI/" . 27). , MIDI- "Base" ,
, Setup-MIDI Channel.
Message Type ( 2). , .

FS1 - FS8, LOOPER TAP MIDI


CC, CC Toggle, Program Change (.), Bank Change (.)
Note On.

MIDI-

CC Toggle,
.

EXP1 EXP2 MIDI-

,
.

CC/Program/Bank # ( 3): MIDI- ( 2).

CC #: MIDI- "CC" "CC Toggle",


000 127. EXP1 EXP2, (.
4).

Program # Program 000


127.

Bank #: "Bank Change",


Bank 000 127.

Note: "Note On" 5 .

B5

B: MIDI

Value/Velocity ( 4 - /): 2 3.

Value (CC): ,
( 000 127). EXP1 EXP2, .

B6

Value (CC Toggle): "CC Toggle"

"" "" 000 127,


, " MIDI".

: 4 , "Program
Change" "Bank Change."

Velocity: Velocity Note ( 000 127).