#1
I'm a complete noob when it comes to recording. Anyways, I downloaded the free trial for Guitar Rig 3. I'm wondering what I need to record (ie what do I need to interface my guitar with my PC?).

Thanks!
#3
guitar/bass -> guitar cable -> mic port on your computer (i dont recomend this way at ALL!)

the other way you can do it is with an interface, it was the best investment i ever made
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#4
no you do not need a interface. all you need is a adapter to put on the end of your standard guitar cable and plug it into the line in input on your computer.
#5
Quote by Tig Bitties
guitar/bass -> guitar cable -> mic port on your computer (i dont recomend this way at ALL!)

the other way you can do it is with an interface, it was the best investment i ever made



what this guy said
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#6
there is no point in wasting a lot of money on a interface yet until you know you are pleased with how the program sounds. all i know is i record through the line in/mic in input and have to double my guitar at least 3 times to get a chunky heavy tone. i once doubled it 11 times.
#7
Quote by muckypup
there is no point in wasting a lot of money on a interface yet until you know you are pleased with how the program sounds. all i know is i record through the line in/mic in input and have to double my guitar at least 3 times to get a chunky heavy tone. i once doubled it 11 times.



half-ignore this one...

yeah, play with the demo and make sure you like it and yabba yabba...

but, if you want good recordings you'll most certainly need an interface, mic/line input in computers tend to... lag a bit, to be gentle in saying it.
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