#1
Hey dudes.


I have a myspace now that I want to put my music onto, but I don't know how I can record stuff to put onto it.


Up until this point, I have been using a PC microphone to record my stuff, and so I can only play accoustic into it or else the feedback from the guitar amp makes it sound like total rubbish.


Is there something I can get to have my electric guitar and amp plugged directly into my computer or something for a pure sound? Not some microphone bootleg junk?


Thank you!
Gear:
-Krank Krankenstein JR 50W
-Orange PPC112 w/ Celestion Vintage 30
-Gibson Les Paul Studio (white)
-Gibson Flying V
-MXR Carbon Copy
-Digitech Whammy
-Digitech JamMan
-Boss SD-1
-Epiphone Hummingbird
#3
Here's a basic recording method.

Get a 1/8 to 1/8 male to male cable.
Place a 1/4 adapter on top of either side of the 1/8 to 1/8 cable.
Plug the 1/8 side into your computers mic input.
Plug the 1/4 end into the headphone jack of your amplifier.
Try it in windows recorder or acid pro or pro tools or audacity.
Turn your amp volume down btw or else it peaks like a motherlover.

Lemme know if you have any problems.
#4
heres what i do sometimes

i get a decent computer mic from radio shack or wherever

get my crate 15w, mic the amp up and run audacity, export as MP3 and then upload