#1
So is something like the PODxt and POD Farm the best thing in the not-insanely-priced realm?

Looking for something to use so I can play and/or record on my PC. Hopefully with good quality and some decent options. Under $400 if possible.
#2
R&R forum please
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#3
Technically I'm asking about gear and equipment but if it's better suited to the other section, by all means move it.
#4
A decent mic + an xlr to usb interface (i'm using a shure sm57 + ART usb dual pre) will come out cheaper and still sound pretty decent.

Assuming you have an amp, and you like the tone coming out of it, of course.
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#5
Yeah I'm just looking for something I could use on just my PC when I'm away from my amp or go on trips.

Currently looking at Peavey ReValver MKIII and an M-Audio ProFire 610 interface.
#6
then get a basic interface or anything that will allow you record direct(could even use a 1/4 inch to 1/8 inch adapter and go direct to soundcard)

then scour the web for free amp sims and cab impulses


it will give you decent recordings for cheap
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#7
I paid $144 for my Behringer V-amp, that's all I use sometimes - run stereo into my Line-In on my computer. I even use it for bass and keyboard tracks as well.
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#10
Quote by CatharsisStudio
use my impulses :O

and various free amp sims. that you can find BY READING THE rnr stickys cause that place has not become a peice of shit anymore thanks too beefmo, dream pin, and me :O

the fact that there are active mods in there does seem to help some too...

but yeah, read the stickies in R&R and you should have a good deal of information to work with. some info on good interfaces and lots of sim stuff to look into.