#1
Hey everybody, I recently received a Digitech RP255, via UPS , and I love it! It made my crappy Marshall Valvestate sound spectacular in my ears, and the features are great for the price, but I really bought it for recording directly into my computer as advertised. Now, I know the Cubase software that comes with it is what is optimized for it, and what is the greatest for it, but I would prefer using my Garageband 08 software instead. With Garageband I have the ability to record with my MIDI keyboard also, and I like that feature. I don't know if the Cubase software allows me to do that too, but I'd rather use Garageband for comfortability sake. One of the main reasons that I actually went ahead to buy this pedal (besides its great sound- My opinion), was that a UG'er told me that I could use Garageband with the RP255, but his instructions don't seem to work on my computer, as far as I know. So, I guess what I'm asking is to see if anybody knows how I would be able to record my guitar onto Garageband with my Digitech. Thanks!
I am a Stephenist
#3
Quote by vigenharutyunya
hmm aint RP255 a plug and play?? you just need the patchs/drivers if you even need it... ??!

I have all of those and have done those things, but its not working on my Garageband, and its not seeming to pick up a signal
I am a Stephenist
#5
You just gotta mess with the settings inside garageband, thats my guess.
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#6
I'm planning on doing the same thing except I didn't buy it yet...did you figure it out yet since it's been a few months? If not then did you make sure you created the track with REAL INSTRUMENTS instead of SOFTWARE INSTRUMENT and that the monitor is on and is on channel 2 mono?