When you need to switch between two snapshots, you can easily do so with a quick method. Open the Pod GO application and look at the top left corner of the screen. You’ll notice three lines. When you tap on one of the lines, you’ll be offered the option to create a new snapshot. Tap the option you want to make, and the device will show the old and new snapshots.
Foot switches control up to four parameters in a single preset
With its intuitive plug-and-play interface and eight footswitches, the POD Go is an easy-to-use MIDI-based effects pedal. The footswitches feature LEDs to indicate which effects are assigned to them. You can also use them to control up to four parameters in one preset. Another feature of the POD Go is its ability to support third-party speaker cabinet impulse responses. These can be incorporated into any preset for maximum flexibility.
You can assign parameters to jump to specific values with each snapshot
Pod Go supports parameters that jump to a specific value with each snapshot. You can also assign a parameter controller, which controls when the snapshot is updated. This parameter controller is accessed through the spec field of a pod’s deployment configuration. A parameter with a controller will be updated per snapshot, whereas a parameter without a controller will remain at its current value across snapshots.
You can also specify the class that each snapshot should have. If you need a different snapshot class for each volume, you can specify a different class. If no class is specified, a default class will be used. You can specify a different class for each snapshot, but it is not mandatory. If you do not want to configure a snapshot controller, you can specify the class name in the configuration. You can also specify the volumeHandle, which is the unique ID of the volume created on the storage backend. This identifies the source of the volume and can be used to prevent the removal of in-use PersistentVolumeClaim API objects.
You can set parameters to retain tails during a preset change
Kubectl enables you to log a wide range of pod and container activity. The -p flag allows you to access all logs, even those of containers that have terminated. If you need to tail multiple pods, the -tail flag helps you to do so. It takes into account the number of logs and lines logged by each pod. Alternatively, you can use Fluentd, which streams logs from multiple pods and containers.
You can connect the POD Go directly to a mixer or PA system
The POD Go can be connected to a mixer or PA system using a USB cable. If you want to connect the unit directly to a guitar input, you can do so using the 4-cable method. Make sure to set the Main Outputs to Line Level. This will allow you to send effects to the guitar input.
The POD Go includes two 1/4″ outputs and a headphone out. You can connect it to your PA mixer or an amplifier without a DI box. The POD Go also features a USB port for connecting directly to your favorite DAW.