Jazz754 Posted November 21, 2011 Report Share Posted November 21, 2011 I'm looking into investing in a multi effects processor.I can't decide between- -Line 6 M9 Stompbox modeler -Line 6 Pod HD 300 Digitech RP 500 I want something that I could use for recording into garageband, and in a live setting. I really like the Line 6 M9 because, it seems simple to use, and I like the fact that effects are organized so that only one effect from each section can be on at once, and you don't have to do a pedal tap dance to switch between a clean and a distortion, to switch one on and the other off, in a song. Also, if you make adjustments to presets they automatically save themselves. Do I need another audio interface to record into my mac since this doesn't have one? The Line 6 Pod HD 300 seems more complicated with bank switching. Does anyone know if the HD 300 has the same function as a M9 in that if you turn one effect on the other goes off, eliminating the tap dance? I like that it comes with an expression pedal, and has a USB connection. I had a Digitech RP 55 before, but wasn't really fond of their setup. I would really appreciate it if I could get some input on this. My main concern is being able to switch effects in the middle of a song with just the stomp of a switch, and direct recording. Thanks Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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