#1
Hey guys, we are recording a song, and the built in mic in my laptop has poor quality. I have garageband programming however, so I was curious if i can plug my guitar and amp in as usual and then just plug the back of the amp into the laptop? I want to be able to just play it through the computer and hopefully still get the sound from the amp effects. Thanks in advance for any help.
#2
look into protools.
and you might need to upgrade your computer too.
i have a couple friends who looked into and found out
that the standard computer doesnt cut it.
check the specs from protools, or whatever program your using
#3
i use garageband on my mac. and i have something called a "lightsnake" and it works farely well. it goes straight into the computer, and you can plug it into your amp to and use it like a monitor

but as i read again i don't really think thats what your wanting...so take my post for what its worth ha
#5
You need to buy a recording box. I'm not sure what they're actually called, but they're these boxes you can stick 1/4" cords into. Couple that with a recording program like ProTools and you're set.

I don't remember what kind my friend has, but I was looking into getting one myself and I was thinking of this:
http://www.amazon.com/MAudio-Audiosport-Quattro-Audio-Interface/dp/B00006I5HM
#6
I have a Line 6 UX2 with POD Farm. I enjoy it very much.
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