#1
Hey folks. I'm a total beginner at using amplifier programs, and I 've got a really annoying problem - I'm getting some deafening feedback while using amplitube, even when there's nothing plugged in. Where is the signal coming from?

If it helps, I'm using asio with a crystal WDM soundcard (I believe).
#4
doodz.

Thanks for the help, but it seems to be working now. Like a dunce, I didn't have my mic on - I was using stereo mix.

However, I have another question - do I need to buy an external soundcard to record? With amplitube on, any program like audacity says "fail to open the recording device". Is this a channel issue, or somesuch?
#5
I don't think all programs can record from amplitube.

I ended up using cakewalk to record.

You don't NEED an external soundcard, but let me tell you, it kills pretty much all latency problems.
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#7
Quote by wongacaster
download krystal.
and use amplitube through that.

wts krystal?
where to download that?
#8
Jesus, I really am a noob.

I downloaded Krystal and tried selecting amplitube in the mixer, but it's not picking up any sound.

TBH, I think I'm going to read the faq on audio input now.

Cheers for all the help, folks.
#9
Quote by johnny laowai
Jesus, I really am a noob.

I downloaded Krystal and tried selecting amplitube in the mixer, but it's not picking up any sound.

TBH, I think I'm going to read the faq on audio input now.

Cheers for all the help, folks.

where you download it?