#1
Ive figured out whats the problem with my guitar rig 3!
Look, i have bought an guitar usb cable that you plug inte the usb and ya can play guitar with programs like guitar rig 3



Somehow, my Speakers "Out" is unavavible, does anyone know why?
And how can i fix it?
#2
you will possibly have to configure the sound card settings for the program.
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#4
if u check sound properties/options in the guitar rig 3 menus, you should have the option to confugure it from there.
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#6
yes that should be it. i would post a screenshot but i dont have guitar rig 3. i've had the same problem with another program and thats what i needed to do.
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#9
choose your soundcard from the output properties.
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#10
But as you can see on my screenshot, there are no text that goes
"Realtek High Definition audio", which is my speakers, but only the earphone "out"
PLease help me! i am sick and tired of sitting with my too small crappy earphones and playing guitar!
#11
NOw ive fixed everything, except this one:
The sound comes out of my speakers with no delay or anything, for about 5 sec, then the delay comes up to 2 sec and ive checked the delay effect and everything.
PLEASE HELP ME!
Last edited by SmoothCriimiina at May 11, 2008,
#12
thats just the latency/lag man. unless you're running a really good system, its gonna happen. i suggest upgrading, processor and memory first.
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#13
Yeah but this is a brand new computer.
Acer Aspire, AMD Athlon X2 Dual core processor 4400+
Therewas no lag when i had my OUT on my headphones, this is not a regular latency, its pops in between 5-20 sec after ive edited my settings
#14
Do the heaphones go through the soundcard or the motherboard?
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#15
Make sure you're running the output through an ASIO driver. Your USB port's drivers are probably only applicable when using the port's headphone out. 'ASIO4All' is a great freeware asio driver, install it then set Guitar Rig's output to 'ASIO4All output 1' or whatever.

You'll need to tweak the settings at first but even with my 7 year old, coal-fired relic of a computer I get a latency of less than 5ms, which is about as close to 'instant' as you can sensibly expect on a PC.