#1
Hi guys,

I'm pretty much new to the whole recording at home thing and could really use some advice, I've recently bought Logic pro X for home recording and for University work, However my question is, I'm going to invest in the Line 6 POD HD500 for all my tones etc for recording now can i just use this? Or will i need an audio interface too as I was thinking of buying the Line 6 Pod Studio GX to accommodate this.

For example can i go... Guitar>POD>DAW>Laptop
Or would I need... Guitar>POD>AI>DAW>Laptop

Sorry for this being a very beginners question but that is unfortunately what I am to home Recording!

Many thanks in advance!
#3
I understand what the DAW is, that's not what i'm asking for help with, i just put that in there to show that i am using one, i guess i may have confused people with putting 'laptop' on the end too but thats not the issue it's more getting the guitar to the laptop i'm interested in learning.
#5
Tank94, I'm really curious to see what kind of answers you'll get here. I am not completely new to the world of recording, but I am still looking for the "right" way to do all this. This is probably not really of help to you, but just in case: I produce tons of guitar tutorials for my website. I record the audio separate from the video. My microphone is an Audio-Technica AT2020 USB and I am extremely satisfied with it. It goes straight into my laptop where I record with Mixcraft.
Just recently I got myself a behringer Guitar/USB interface, but I still haven't gotten around to test it.