#1
hey guys, i need help on something and I hope I say say right so that it doesn't confuse you. Uh what I'm looking for is a way to get an instant playback when I say something into my mic on my computer. Like sort of what a amp does with a guitar. You play and sound comes from it. I'm looking for that sort of thing.

Is there a program where I can do that?
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#2
What program are you playing into that doesn't have a monitor is a better question... I think even Audacity can do that.

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#3
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What program are you playing into that doesn't have a monitor is a better question... I think even Audacity can do that.


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#4
Quote by SteveHouse
What program are you playing into that doesn't have a monitor is a better question... I think even Audacity can do that.


Damn I must know nothing about computer programs. What exactly do you mean? And uh if you need to know what program I use, its Adobe Soundbooth CS4.
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'06 MIA Fender Stratocaster
'97 Epiphone Les Paul Standard Lim. Ed.
'90s Peavey Classic 30
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Ibanez TS9
Ernie Ball Jr. Volume
Digitech Hardwire DL-8
TC Electronic Nova Repeater
#5
Download Audacity. It's about as simple as an audio editor can get, so it's not the most powerful thing out there, but it should do what you want. The monitor is the ability to play back what you're inputting.

SHEdit: Judging by this Soundbooth CS4 can monitor too...

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Last edited by SteveHouse at Nov 19, 2009,
#6
If your using a shitty basic soundcard and you want instant playback, Audacity may not be the best due to latency problems. It may be a good idea to download a proper sounddriver like ASIO4ALL. Personally I would use Guitar Rig with ASIO keeping the latency down.
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