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Hi guys!

I have a Blackstar HT60 and i wonder wich way is the best way to record it through?

I would like to Record it in a silent way with headphones through a program on the computer if that is possible, and what do i need to make it work? I really want to start making backing tracks and songs but i dont know how to really record in a cheap and decent way...

I would appreciate all help i can get!

Thanks!
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Hi guys!

I have a Blackstar HT60 and i wonder wich way is the best way to record it through?

I would like to Record it in a silent way with headphones through a program on the computer if that is possible, and what do i need to make it work?


Unfortunately, you're using a tube amp.

The best way would be to build a sound proof room for it, mike it and then run it into a mixer and from there into the computer.

The next best way would be to buy a Palmer load box/speaker simulation (it's about $700 all up) and unplug your speakers.

Or you could just put a cover over the Blechscar, put it aside and run your guitar through a DI box into the computer. There are setups that will allow you to "amp" it with all kinds of things in software.
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Or you could just put a cover over the Blechscar, put it aside and run your guitar through a DI box into the computer. There are setups that will allow you to "amp" it with all kinds of things in software.

Or you could pop over to the Recordings forum and learn how to do it right.
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Or you could pop over to the Recordings forum and learn how to do it right.


In a "silent way with headphones?"
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Well, I have an HT soloist 60, and it has an emulated output on the back, so you can record silently by setting the master volume to 0, or putting it into standby. Yours may have something similar.
But just get a mic and crank it, that's the right way to do things
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