#1
I just got $250 for my birthday.
I want somethign new, I just have no clue what.

I play metal and sh*t like that.

Im looking at pedals or something, but I also REALLLY need a way to record to my laptop.
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#2
I would put an EMG Afterburner into your Warlock maybe. Itll be good as a quick boost when you solo or need more gain for something. Maybe new pickups for your RR-3? If you need a way to record, get a Line 6 TonePort module. I think it comes with a recording software, altho im not sure. But later on, you can get a better software.
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#5
I have the AB in my warlock actually haha. I jsut couldnt fit it in my sig. I DO need to change those pups, I just dont play my RR3 that much cause the floyd's crappy.
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#6
some recording gear i would say.

Kramer Focus 3000
Ibanez ATK300
Rocktron Chameleon
Digitech IPS33B
Ibanez WH10
Korg Pitchblack
Line6 UX2
#7
I really want recording gear I jsut dont know where to start, I had a M-Audio fast track and it had SOOO much latency that i returned it.
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#8
If your computer is really ****ty you will have a hard time recording.. If it's fairly new get a good Microphone and a way to plug the mic into your computer and then download a recording software.
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#9
My laptop is a Gateway MT6821, its like 5 months old.
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#10
what you need is a good set of computer speakers with a subwoofer... around 60 bucks or more if you want. And a guitarport. Sounds better than any practice amp ive heard. And it has all the fx pedals you'll need right there on the program and its an ease to record with.
#11
do you have recording software already?

Kramer Focus 3000
Ibanez ATK300
Rocktron Chameleon
Digitech IPS33B
Ibanez WH10
Korg Pitchblack
Line6 UX2
#12
No I dont have any software yet, I thought it'd come with the Hardware.
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#13
Yeah guitarport is alright but I would never use it.. My friend has it and I could never get a good tone out of it.. always sounded very digital.

Kinda sucks how you are going to need to get speakers as well.. It's going to be hard to buy speakers/mic/interface for $250, plus you are going to need a mic stand but I guess you could ghetto rig it for now.
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#14
I have speakers with a sub already.
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#15
Well that solves that problem.. I'm not anywhere near experienced with recording gear but from what I heard Shure make very good microphones..

Go here http://www.netmusicians.org/index.php and listen to some soundclips.. Theres info provided with every soundclip on what they used.
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#16
All I need is a device that will take the XLR from my Spider Valve and send it to my computer in real time with no latency so I can hear it and actually track over it.
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#17
is there maybe like a Loop pedal that I can do all the recording on that then transfer it to my computer?
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#18
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All I need is a device that will take the XLR from my Spider Valve and send it to my computer in real time with no latency so I can hear it and actually track over it.

I might be foolish but I think you would just need a new soundcard for that?
#19
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I might be foolish but I think you would just need a new soundcard for that?


You are right.. Can't do that with laptops though..
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#21
what are you talking about? i have something like 2-5 ms of latency on my fast track. did you install ASIO drivers? did you remember to turn the buffer down to 128 mb?