#1
So with a Vypyr 30 the headphone jack is a studio line out. So I'm about to record with my 30, and I'm going to use the line out/headphone jack connected to my comp and using Audacity. One question, when I plug into the line out jack it mutes the amps speaker (just like the plugging in headphones) now I have to play using my computer speakers? ugg thats terrible. I might have to buy a cheap mic to solve this problem. Is there any other soultions?

Thanks
Nick F
#2
Well you won't be able to record that way anyway because of latency issues, meaning that there's a time lag between you playing the riff and it actually getting recorded onto the track(unless of course you have a very powerful soundcard).
A mic is always better IMO...
#3
depends if you have a soundcard that cuts out latency. like my creative x-fi gamer card. has an Audio Creation setting where there is no latency so i just line out into the card. easy as pi
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#4
Sound cards don't have latency in the playback monitoring. But yeah it sux that the line out kills the speaker. Too bad that's not selectable.
#5
What do you have for computer speakers? I have the same sound card as you. And, I have a 5.1 speaker system (that's four surround sound speakers with a sub-woofer). My amp sounded awesome through that.
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