#1
And it looks a little older, but still has a USB drive on the back, and I happened to find a USB cord that would fit it. Does anyone know what I can do with it hooked up to the computer?
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And it looks a little older, but still has a USB drive on the back, and I happened to find a USB cord that would fit it. Does anyone know what I can do with it hooked up to the computer?


Record? I dunno

EDIT:

"2 x 2 USB audio streaming " So yes, recording.
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#3
You can change the settings with the computer, and the computer has a wider interface than the RP150, and it's really easy to use. Go to Digitech.com and download the freeware, I think it's Xedit or something like that.


Or you can smack your friend for owning that digital piece of crap. The signal gets soooo ****ed up with that box.
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#4
I usually stay with analog stuff, but I wanted to try something new. How would I use it to record with Audicity?
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you can edit settings on the computer, play songs on your computer and hear them through your amp and record...
well, record isn't the right word, it's playing a song on a certain setting, then play it back afterwards and hear there are a lot of bits cut out due to bad recording... (and it's not because of a slow computer)
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#6
Have you tried the Digitech website? or google?

I think you can open audacity and for audio source select the RP150 I'm not sure though.
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#7
The USB is only for doing setup work, not recording. I use mine through a simple mixer to the sound card line in and set Audacity to record from that device. My card is a C-Media so no fiddling with ins and outs. Just the one device for record and playback.
The RP150 is terrible unless you take lots of time to program it with far more subtlety than the presets have. Then you can get some decent tones out of it, especially for recording. Maybe that is why Digitech built in a much better software programing method than the pedal can hold.
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