#1
I recently heard that taking a dry guitar track and re-sending it through an amp with different setting can add depth to your recordings so I wanted to test it out. Right now i'm using Sonar 8.5 and a have an M-audio fastrack pro.
I'm able to plug my TRS guitar cable right into the fastrack pro and recording the dry signal. The only problem is when I try and send it to the amp. The output that would make sense to me is the TRS output on the back. When I do that, I can hear the recorded guitar but there also A LOT of hiss. I tried plugging headphones into the output and i'm able to hear the signal with no hiss. The amp i'm using is a valveking 112 (but i also tried with another amp so that's not the problem).

Am I not doing this correctly? Is it possible that it's a matter of too less/too much power?
Any help would be appreciated
Ibanez RGA 121
Yahama Pacifica -- painted purple and blue
2000 American Standard Strat
Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue
Digitech Hardwire Tube Overdrive
MXR Phase 90 with R28 switchable mod
USA Big Muff
#3
Quote by Alex Vik
You need a reamp box.

any other way then having to spend $150+?
Ibanez RGA 121
Yahama Pacifica -- painted purple and blue
2000 American Standard Strat
Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue
Digitech Hardwire Tube Overdrive
MXR Phase 90 with R28 switchable mod
USA Big Muff