#1
From your responses, it seems that if I want to record guitar>amp>computer, I need to stick a preamp between my amp>computer, or maybe (with something like a Line 6 product), just go guitar>preamp>computer.

So can anyone suggest any good products for recording like this? Thanks
#2
what is it exactly that you want to do. Do you want to mic your amp, and then record that, or are you trying to run your guitar thru a modelor or something directly into the PC? Units like th Line6 toneport, guitarport, M-audio black box are interfaces that you plug your guitar directly into, and it simulates amp models and fx for recording. You should use a mice preamp or mixer if you are trying to record your amp with a good microphone, like an sm57. I've heard people go directly in, but it's not the same quality.
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#3
All I want to do is get a recording of myself playing guitar onto the computer, so I can mix it with other tracks I make. If it's easier to put a mic in front of my amp, then I need to know what kind of equipment is needed there. If I can just go directly through cables, then I need to know what that setup is like, too.
#4
well you can just get a mic, open your recording software (with your mic plugged into the back of the comp, in the mic socket), and press record, then play. But you might wanna mix it and/ or change the tone, which is where mixers and line 6 products come in...
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