#1
Anyone know how I can record guitar pro backing tracks with RSE directly instead of through a mic?
#2
How/why would you record Guitar Pro with a mic?! Micing up a speaker playing the song?
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#3
If you really want to do it that way, get a male-to-male 1/4 inch jack and connect one end to your headphone-out slot and the other end to the microphone-in slot and then select the mic as the input and record. Make sure you haven't got playback-while-recording or monitoring turned on while recording.
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#4
WTFO?

Why don't you just export to .wav?
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#5
Like said above, you can just export it to .wav
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or export to midi and process it via proper amp sims?

And you plan on putting MIDI data through an amp sim... how?

MIDI =/= sound. MIDI is a language used to tell different devices how to respond to each other, such as the notes on a keyboard telling a computer what pitch, velocity etc. to trigger a sample/synthesize a note for.
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And you plan on putting MIDI data through an amp sim... how?

MIDI =/= sound. MIDI is a language used to tell different devices how to respond to each other, such as the notes on a keyboard telling a computer what pitch, velocity etc. to trigger a sample/synthesize a note for.


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