#1
Whats the best way to run your guitar through your computer to record. I just got a Pod Xt Live like a week ago and so im still learning how to work that. Any suggestions?
#2
to tell you the truth i have got the best tone by having my amp not to loud and micing the amp (i use a shure 57b or something like that) but i havent been very succesful goin straight to the computer
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#3
what i do is mic my amp with a shure sm57 into my recording interface into a software called cubase.If you want to get fancy you can throw in a preamp before the mic
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#4
u should have checked out the digitech gnx4 , which is 100$ more then the xt live, or the gnx3, which is 100$ less. ethier one i think is better then the pod xt live. the gnx4 is basically the same as the gnx 3 but it has some extra goodie that i didnt think was worth the extra money that i didnt have. but any way the bnoth have an 8 track digital recorder built in to them and they both come with cake walk , which is an editing softwear for songs. and they have a drum machine built in to them. a jam man2 looper. and it has bass amps and effects that u can record bass lines with. i had the pod xt live and it was pretty sweet. but i was dissapointed in the riff works recording softwear. and took it back after i read about the gnx3. The gnx3 has all the stuff i just listed and its 100 bucs cheaper. all though the podxt has more amp models and effects. but id say the quality of the effects are about the same.
#5
Your PODxt has a USB output and should have come with a cable to hook it up to your computer. What software do you currently have?