#1
allows me to plug a microphone into my computer and use the computers speakers as speakers for the microphone.

not like recording and playback but just regular speakers. preferably a program where i can add effects like reverb.
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#2
yeah, theirs a program caller virtuamp that does exactly that

edit: it's freeware, just google it and download
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ok thanx a ton!
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well they were both better than hendrix
#4
At least buy a sond card with an XLR input and a couple of 1/4' Inputs. No point recording crappy quality, and trying to make a Demo CD.
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#5
when i use this program the sound constantly cuts in and out like a really high tremolo.
is that cuz my CPU or sound card isnt big enough?
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when i use this program the sound constantly cuts in and out like a really high tremolo.
is that cuz my CPU or sound card isnt big enough?


Try downloading ASIO4ALL, it should fix your problem:

http://www.asio4all.com/


It's fairly simple. Running effects in realtime through a soundcard can take a hefty amount of computer power, an Asio driver is more efficient and will get the latency (the gap between playing and hearing the note) right down so it'll be practically instant. At the moment your soundcard drivers can't keep up with the effects and is that's why it's missing out big chunks of sound!

On my ancient 1.8Ghz computer with onboard sound I can use guitar amp software with less than 4ms of latency, so unless you're using Cold War technology you should be okay.
If ASIO4all doesn't work you might have to make do with plugging your mic in, turning it right up in 'volume control' and maxing your speakers. It doesn't require any computer resources this way.
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