#1
ok, ive been looking through forums on help but i cant really find any

i want to know if there are any interfaces that allow me to plug a guitar lead straight into the computer and record it using some sought of software

im sorry if there is already a thread explaining (direct me to it)

thanx in advance
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#2
do you mean connect your amp directly to the computer? or thru like effects proccesors and Compressors and EQ and stuff like that?
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#3
pretty much anyway i can record straight onto my computer without to much expensive equipment.

abit noobish to this kinda stuff i.e: recording equipment
*Spec. Edition Lite Ash Fender Telecaster
*Peavey 6506
*Marshall 1960A Vintage
*Maton EA80C
*Original Jim Dunlop Cry baby
#4
You can buy a thing that changes the size of the lead at the end so it fits into the mic jack on the computer real cheap. Then you can use a free program like audacity to record it.
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#5
Quote by burntfacedog
You can buy a thing that changes the size of the lead at the end so it fits into the mic jack on the computer real cheap. Then you can use a free program like audacity to record it.



ok thanx alot, do you know what there specifically called
*Spec. Edition Lite Ash Fender Telecaster
*Peavey 6506
*Marshall 1960A Vintage
*Maton EA80C
*Original Jim Dunlop Cry baby
#6
Uh, it's a just called a jack or a headphone jack.

EDIT: After a quick search I think they are more commonly just adapter or adapter jacks.
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#7
Cheers
*Spec. Edition Lite Ash Fender Telecaster
*Peavey 6506
*Marshall 1960A Vintage
*Maton EA80C
*Original Jim Dunlop Cry baby
#8
Buy a £2 1/4 to 1/8 jack converter and plug it straight into the line in on your computer. You can connect it through effects pedals and your amp if you have a line out. Also, try downloading Audacity - a free recording program.