#1
I've been looking at various things to record to my PC (Stealthplug, Jamlab, etc.) and it just occured to my that my Microcube has a line out/phones connection.

Has anyone tried connected the Microcube directly to their PC to record? If so, how'd it sound?
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#3
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i did that with my squier amp and blew it


Blew the amp or the PC?
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#4
I have the Microcube and did that (Microcube -> PC line in). Here's some of the recordings: http://amlc.dmusic.com/
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#5
I dont get why when connecting an amp to a computer via the line out, it always seems to blow the amp. Does anyone know how to prevent this?
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#6
I'm not sure I understand how the amp could blow from plugging it into the input. I haven't tried it yet, only because I'd hate to have to replace my MicroCube.

Just to make sure things are clear, the way I intend to attach it is by directly connecting the REC OUT/PHONES jack to the LINE IN of my computer's soundcard.

For the ones that have had amps blow, how were yours connected?
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