#1
so i just got a line 6 guitarport yesterday and i decided i would try to record a few riffs i've made.
so it is pretty much in 3 parts and they are very distinct.
if anyone would give me an opinion on them that would be great.
it starts a little off sounding, but then i started to get into the groove of it. sop if you dont like it at first just wait it gets better
oh btw its on my profile
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#3
sounds cool.


is it just me and my computers speakers, or do recordings with toneports sound really quiet?
#4
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sounds cool.


is it just me and my computers speakers, or do recordings with toneports sound really quiet?

yeah i think they're pretty quiet
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#5
Kinda cool, but at the same time, just kinda sounds like you're just fiddling with the recording device I've got a toneport UX2 and that's what I did when I first got it, haha. Basically, there's not much structure here. It's a little all over the place. Work on some dynamics and some more... verse-chorus-verse-chorus-solo-verse-chorus whatever kind of idea. this just all kind of runs into itself. kinda neat, but needs some work. good attempt though.

and yeah, I've found the TonePorts are a little quiet too. if I mic my acoustic I have to crank the volume both on the recording volume, the track volume, and sometimes even the overall volume just to get it sounding at a decent level. wish I could find a solution for that without sacrificing quality.
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