#3
I did that, I installed the ASIO4All driver. But I can't hear anything, is there any setting that I need to tweak? Any Win8.1 64bit setting? Or the drivers don't work?
#4
Quote by guitaror
I did that, I installed the ASIO4All driver. But I can't hear anything, is there any setting that I need to tweak? Any Win8.1 64bit setting? Or the drivers don't work?


There are, as you should be able to see, several settings that are tweakable. I can't speak to your particular setup.

Are you trying to go out to your computer speakers? Because I can NOT recommend that. (It sounds like crap and you usually end up with brutal latency.)
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#5
Does my electric guitar have maybe an on off switch?
It's ibanez gx121
Last edited by guitaror at Jul 25, 2016,
#6
Quote by guitaror
Does my electric guitar have maybe an on off switch?
It's ibanez gx121


No. You do need to make certain the volume is turned up on the guitar.

Also you may need to figure out where the "level" switch needs to be.
ASIO should be set up to use the interface for both the input and the output.

Are you using headphones?
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#8
Quote by guitaror
I try to use laptop's speakers do I need to enable them somehow?


I repeat from above, you will NOT get usable results trying to use your laptop speakers. It's possible to do, although I don't remember the exact process, but it's entirely useless.
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#11
Quote by PSimonR
You are using a DAW aren't you?
You do need some sort of audio program for it to work with..


No, he doesn't.
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#12
Quote by guitaror
I can use earphones with my laptop no problem. But how do I do it


You plug the headphones into the headphone jack on the interface, not into the laptop.
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#14
Unfortunately the headphone jack of the interface is huge, it's 6.3mm and I only have 3.5mm earphones.

Any solution?
#17
Quote by PSimonR
Then there is no point at all in having an interface!


Wrong. I don't think you understand how these work.
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#18
I am still looking to point me to specific adaptors and software to do my job and no one can help!
#19
Quote by guitaror
I am still looking to point me to specific adaptors and software to do my job and no one can help!


Either get a set of headphones with a 1/4 end or get an 1/8-1/4 adapter.

http://www.kellycodetectors.com/catalog/mini-stereo-adapter-1-8-to-1-4?gclid=CjwKEAjwiYG9BRCkgK-G45S323oSJABnykKADv1nRQ0XvGhIV-Ip37Pw1141Gl6nfvEJCU5wA4Z4fBoCmm_w_wcB

Which was what was suggested earlier, I'm not sure what else you need?
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Last edited by Arby911 at Aug 2, 2016,
#20
Quote by Arby911
Either get a set of headphones with a 1/4 end or get an 1/8-1/4 adapter.

http://www.kellycodetectors.com/catalog/mini-stereo-adapter-1-8-to-1-4?gclid=CjwKEAjwiYG9BRCkgK-G45S323oSJABnykKADv1nRQ0XvGhIV-Ip37Pw1141Gl6nfvEJCU5wA4Z4fBoCmm_w_wcB

Which was what was suggested earlier, I'm not sure what else you need?


I already HAVE that adapter!!! and nothing works!
ok, tell me please what to connect and where, all the steps to set it up please
do I have to use earphones? can't I hear via the laptop speakers?
#21
Quote by guitaror
I already HAVE that adapter!!! and nothing works!
ok, tell me please what to connect and where, all the steps to set it up please
do I have to use earphones? can't I hear via the laptop speakers?


See post #8

I'll see if I can do a quick write up tomorrow.
“Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.”
Charles Darwin
#23
Are you on a PC? If so, right-click the speaker icon in your lower right corner and set both your playback and recording devices to be your interface, which needs to be plugged in. And/or, follow the instructions it came with if you have not already.
Last edited by Will Lane at Aug 6, 2016,