#1
Ok so i have a Nady mic and an adapter for the cable so i can plug it into the sound card but im obviously not getting enough juice out of the sound card to power the mic enough to pick anything up. Im tired of the direct out recording on my amp because it lacks the speaker tone which is why i want to record with my mic. So what do i need to make this work? I assuming i need a mixer of some sort but i dont have one and i cant afford one right now. Anyone know how i can jury rig this and get it to work. Rig it through one of my pedals perhaps? Open to all suggestions.
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#2
no you just need a mic pre-amp with like RCA plugs out, or 1/4 inch out and your set.

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Behringer-TUBE-ULTRAGAIN-MIC100-Preamp?sku=182482

use a 1/4 to 1/8 adapter cord from the box to the computer.
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#3
You need a preamp to bring the signal up to readable volume.
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#4
Alright, thanks guys.
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