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BodomBeachTerror  
25 Nov 2008 23:44 | Quote
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ok, so i got my new amp, which has a recording outlet, so i figured it was like a USB type deal, but then when i got it i found out it needing to be plugged into a recorder. but cant all amps do that?

well anyway, is there anything i can get that i can just plug the amp into, then plug it into a usb in the pc, then record, without having a massive soundboard.
Empirism  
26 Nov 2008 01:44 | Quote
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Hmm, I dont have experience of that kind of USB things in amps, but I think its kind of technically possible. There are two options. Your amp have integrated soundcard (that I doubt), or PC use PC own soundcard when you plug that in... well... what is your amp model?
BodomBeachTerror  
26 Nov 2008 01:47 | Quote
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its a roland cube amp. my digitech rp has a usb recorder. but it kinda messes things up when the amp goes through it
TheAmericanBrit  
26 Nov 2008 02:28 | Quote
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Pics might help me understand...
TheAmericanBrit  
26 Nov 2008 02:33 | Quote
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http://www.guitarcenter.com/Live-Wire-1-4--Right-Angle-Adapter-100547322-i1166772.gc

Plug one end of a cable into the amp, and the other into that. Then, plug that into your PC's Mic input.

Works like a charm.
telecrater  
26 Nov 2008 06:44 | Quote
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if your amp has a 1/4 jack for the line out (same as your guitar) then you will need to either run a cable to a mixer or get a converter for (1/4 female to 1/8 male) So it will plug into your sound card.
BodomBeachTerror  
26 Nov 2008 10:52 | Quote
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http://createdigitalmusic.com/2006/01/20/namm-stealthplug-digital-guitar-cable-14-to-usb/
i think this is kinda like i want, if i can plug the guitar into the amp and the amp into this sucker itll be perfect i think
Phip  
26 Nov 2008 11:15 | Quote
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@BBT,
You're almost right. As i read the description it says that you plug the guitar into this device NOT THE AMP. possible you'd blow the thing up if you power it with the amp. So the order is this; guitar-device-amp(and/or usb on computer). so you can record into the computer and use software for effects etc.
Phip
JazzMaverick  
26 Nov 2008 13:42 | Quote
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You plug it into the guitar because, as pros do it (when you B'n'Q it lolzor) they record it clean, then use their recording programs to give the recorded guitar any chosen or requested effect, any chosen guitar sound they want and it makes it sound amazing, even if you're playing with a beginner's guitar.

Sneaky yet successful.
BodomBeachTerror  
26 Nov 2008 13:46 | Quote
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hmm i c.. i may buy one of those then


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