#1
Here's the story:

I'm playing through my Fender FM 100 watt stack. It's got the preout on it, and I'm pluggin it directly into my soundcard from that. The volume seems to decrease and it starts to sound different after a few seconds. I assume it's cause the soundcard can't handle that, I've been told plugging in that way to a soundcard not designed for it's bad. Possibly because the sound's peaking fast? Your thoughts?
#2
is it a tube amp cuase my fendear hot rod is a 60 watt with a preout and whenever i record using that it distorts way more maybe just to strong of a signal
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#3
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is it a tube amp cuase my fendear hot rod is a 60 watt with a preout and whenever i record using that it distorts way more maybe just to strong of a signal


Ya, I figure it's just too much for it to handle, but I can't seem to properly lower the input. I tried in the basic volume controls, but didn't seem to make a difference.