#1
My basic set up is that my guitar is plugged into my amp, and the DI part of my amp is connected to my a laptop's microphone jack with a 1/4 to 1/8 cable. The volume fluctuates and it sounds overall shitty. My amp is a Marshall Valvestate AVT 20 if that helps. Thanks
#2
bad cable?
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#3
What program are you using? Some of them have an 'automatic recording level' feature, which will fluctuate the volume to try to get everything the same amplitude. If you can find it, turn it off, or manually set the recording level.
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#6
Quote by truiteleague
that could be the reason! Get Reaper, it's free!

I just downloaded it - but it says it's only free for 30 days. Is there a guide on UG on how to use this program?
#7
^Just check out Youtube. There's a lot of tutorials on there.
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#9
Quote by krazykid384
I just downloaded it - but it says it's only free for 30 days. Is there a guide on UG on how to use this program?


Reaper is free forever. But once you go over the 30 days it has a nag screen asking you to pay. You don't have to, but I think it's a nice thing to do haha


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