#1
i hook up my guitar to my vamp to my laptop.. since my laptop doesn't have a line-in input, i insert my vamp into the mic-in input. everythin works fine its just that when i higher up the clean tone volume on my vamp, the sound gets all messy and muddy and distortiony. how can i fix this??
My Axes:
Gibson Les Paul Custom
Gibson Les Paul Standard
Gibson SG Standard
Fender 52 Telecaster
Fender 62 Stratocaster
Fender American Standard Telecaster
#2
This isn't very helpful, but if you buy a sm57 microphone (they like 100 bucks) your problem will be solved aswell as many other recording difficulties you'll face down the track. A good investment if you ask me.
BTW, i'm interested in the echo park, how well does it simulate tape delay (i think it does that).
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#3
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BTW, i'm interested in the echo park, how well does it simulate tape delay (i think it does that).

i think it sounds awesome~ but then again, its all personal preference. if u go to youtube and type in tonecore echopark, u can find a video on it.
My Axes:
Gibson Les Paul Custom
Gibson Les Paul Standard
Gibson SG Standard
Fender 52 Telecaster
Fender 62 Stratocaster
Fender American Standard Telecaster
#4
you just have to keep the volume/gain down low otherwise it peaks and the tone just goes out the window.
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