#1
I see a lot of guitar amp simulator programs for computers, but most of them are in the form of VST plugins. Usually, programs that support VST plugins involve using samples that you have already recorded. I want to be able to play through some of the VST plugins live.. in other words, mess around with them and play the guitar at the same time, NOT record my guitar, then mess with the sample.. does this make sense? Is there a program to use the VSTs live? Or perhaps a non-plugin program that comes with amp and fx sims?
Originally posted by Geetarbumb
I think your screwed ! You should quit guitar and take up the skin flute!
#2
Actually i have a question (i am a hijacker)

I want to use my computer as the FX processor, and my cube 30w as the amplifier

So here is what I should do
There are 4 jacks for cube (input, Foot SW, Aux in, Recording out/phones)

Guitar -> Cube (input channel)
Recording out/phones -> computer mic line in
computer mic line out - > cube auxin

do you think that will work or is it not possible?
#3
^Start your own thread.

And I know Amplitube allows you to do that.
I'm not very active here on UG currently.
I'm a retired Supermod off to the greener pastures of the real world.
#4
^ will check out amplitube.. thanks, Pink Queen.

^ ^ Invictious, i don't think that will work because whenever you use the line-out/headphone jack on the cube, the speaker is disabled... so basically your output from the pc would be going into the amp's AUX IN and right back out of the LINE-OUT and back to the pc again. in fact, i would imagine that you would basically hear nothing because your amp out would be going to the pc, and your pc out going to the amp.
Originally posted by Geetarbumb
I think your screwed ! You should quit guitar and take up the skin flute!