#1
Beem giving this program a run thought...been havin a problem guys and i need help...

I get this clipping a lot....like when i hit a note its going "dot dod dod dod"

Its fockin irritating since instead of my guitar being the dominant sound, i get this thing instead....
"Well, yeah, sometimes I get a little too creative."
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#2
How are you connecting your guitar? Are you using the mic input or do you have a proper audio interface?
#3
the mic input

I dont have a proper studio interface...is it still possible
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#5
I see......well, i guess its back the way we all do it then.....REAL guitar amps.....
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~Bruce Dickinson~



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#6
Hmmm, I have this problem too, so do I just need a sound card or sumthin?
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#9
^^^ Exactly...haha...
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#10
I use Amplitube and get this sometimes if the load on the CPU is really high.
#11
I use amplitube all the time are you using asio4all? Using that can help get rid of that sound. And yes you can use amplitube without and interface by using you line in.
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#12
^^^ Line in?? Wow, I thought that wouldnt work....could ya brief me a bit bout asio4all, cuz i'm really not familiar on how to use it....
"Well, yeah, sometimes I get a little too creative."
~Bruce Dickinson~



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#13
Yeah you can use the line port on your computer, I used to do that before I got an interface, the mic input never worked for me. However, the quality is no where near as good as even a cheap DI box. Sometimes I would get a bit too much delay, and interference noise. With an interface you get almost no delay (<8MS) and the sound generally comes a lot crisper and you can go louder before you really need to apply a noisegate.

And yes, use ASIO if you do not plan on getting an interface any time soon. It blows the socks off DirectSound, and will improve your quality by leaps and bounds.
#14
Nice, thnx for the tips man...I will look into it.....
"Well, yeah, sometimes I get a little too creative."
~Bruce Dickinson~



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