#1
i tried getting like a converter cord thing to convert my cable into the in mic jack on my computer, but my sound cards too horrible and after like 5 seconds it just sorta starts sounding like its under water and horrible.

whats another easy cheapish way to record without using my suckfest soundcard?
#2
pc mic and audacity.
cheap, easy, effective (for acoustic atleast)
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#3
i've already tried that, i got my usb rock band mic and layed it in front of my amp. it was extremely horrible quality though...if i record something i want it to actually be listenable...
#4
actually recording through the rock band mic isn't that bad... I've done it myself before.
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#5
i couldn't get it to sound to good with a rockband mic, might be my microcube
#8
I use stealthplug with amplitude in Cubase an "insert". It rocks. Crystal clear recording.
#9
I usually record from the "line out/headphone" jack of my amp.
Epiphone Les Paul goldtop (EMG 81/85)
Epiphone Les Paul Custom
Fender Telecaster MIM
Epiphone SG Special
Jay Turser JT200 Serpent (GFS Crunchy Rails/Crunchy Pat)
Dean V-Coustic
Ovation Celebrity
Bugera 333-212
Crate Blue Voodoo 120H
#10
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I usually record from the "line out/headphone" jack of my amp.

Me to, just keep the line in volume low and amplify it through Audacity so it doesn't get clipped.
#11
My recordings are done with just a cheap computer mic (probably worth 2 bucks, very flimsy and came with the comp when we bought it in like 2003) dangled in the air a few feet away from my amp, the sound is pretty decent for what it is.