#1
so recently i bought a converter
so it makes 1/4 in plugin, plug into the Line in/Microphone jack

And im running through my line 6 and it sounds great with Audacity

But i tried the demo for Guitar Rig 3 and it has terrible sound pick up quality.

It also sounds like super muddy
#2
and what's your question?

also, do you just plug from your amp to the converter? How do you do this, by a speaker out, a recording out, or the headphones out?

Is your soundcard al least decent?
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#4
well i bought this thing that plugs into the end of the cable so i can plug it into the microphone plugin in my computer.

so if i want distortion i run it through my amp
#5
That's not a great way of recording. Good for jotting down ideas and quick recordings, but I would never use it for anything more. It sounds way to muddy and bland to me.

If you have a decent/high end soundcard (there's bound to be some pedantic dick give me the whole 'wah wah soundcards aren't built for recording - get an interface' bull****.) then it could be fine, although if it's a basic soundcard, chances are, it's not really up to the job of recording.
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