#1
ok, so my computer has a mic jack, and i have an adapter so i can play into it.
the only problem is that i can't get it to come out my speakers, i can record it, and send it to someone elses computer, but i was wanting to use my computer like an amp and play through it.
Anyone know how to do this?
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#2
line six toneport/pod probably ur best bet
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#3
You can also get MIDI connectors which allow you to do that. The only major problem with that is that you then would have to use something like ProTools or Logic6 to then convert it to mp3.
#4
I have a Line6 Guitar Port, and it's really good.
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#5
I just plug my guitar straight into the line in, won't work for most recording programs and the like, but you can play through your speakers that way.
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#6
>>Control Panel
>>Sounds, Speech and Audio Devices
>>Adjust the System Volume
>>Advanced

Make sure whatever jack you're plugged into isn't muted.
#7
just to clairify, its a mic port, like you'd use to talk to a friend over the internet, not a usb
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#8
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>>Control Panel
>>Sounds, Speech and Audio Devices
>>Adjust the System Volume
>>Advanced

Make sure whatever jack you're plugged into isn't muted.

What he said. This way you can also hear anything while recording at the same time, AFAIK. You might want to plug your guitar into your amp and then your amp into your mic jack, though - raw guitar sound doesn't sound that good.
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