#1
Hello UG,
i want to know which is better quality to record a guitar.
micing it up and then through a mixer. or..
straight from the line out into the computer?
thanks in advance
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#3
For sheer convenience, I'd use the line out. For better sound (which is debatable with a good modeler, like a Line 6 Vetta II), mic and audio interface.
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#4
Mic and mix for the sound you are hearing when you play. Any DI sounds a bit different from your live sound although that has its uses too. I do my electric 12 that way for ultra clean.
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#6
^ That's a soundcard, Toneport is a soundcard, but it's meant for guitar. Better than right into your comp card, but not better than a Toneport.