#3
Guitar > Guitar lead > Adaptor > Microphone input

But you're not guaranteed good results.
#4
doesn't guitar rig come with it's own interface thing?
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Guitar > Guitar lead > Adaptor > Microphone input

But you're not guaranteed good results.


I thought for Guitar Rig you had to use a USB connection?
#6
Quote by Lemoninfluence
doesn't guitar rig come with it's own interface thing?


When you get that package, yeah.

Or when you get it legitimately.


Quote by JMTrio134
I thought for Guitar Rig you had to use a USB connection?


Nope, I have it running fine with my guitar plugged into one of my computer's line in ports.
#8
ok this is what i do
i got my guitar running through a metal zone pedal to my pc with one of those 1/8 1/16th adapters
my pc's speakers are running though a 100 watt pa system amplifiers so it sounds sexy
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#9
I just took one of those double sided headphone cord things and connected one of those chunky plug adaptors on the end of it, plugged it in my amp's output jack and back through into my comptuer's Mic (input) jack and recorded the guitar playing as if it was a microphone.

If my sophisticated term vocabulary has confused you, then you're retarded.

"double sided headphone cord things"
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#10
Quote by rasveer
ok this is what i do
i got my guitar running through a metal zone pedal to my pc with one of those 1/8 1/16th adapters
my pc's speakers are running though a 100 watt pa system amplifiers so it sounds sexy


Ah, so this does work.
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Quote by Lithium717
I just took one of those double sided headphone cord things and connected one of those chunky plug adaptors on the end of it, plugged it in my amp's output jack and back through into my comptuer's Mic (input) jack and recorded the guitar playing as if it was a microphone.

If my sophisticated term vocabulary has confused you, then you're retarded.

"double sided headphone cord things"


I'm talking about Guitar Rig, though, which is an amp modeller itself.

Sooo... No.
#11
you can set GR up to work with the line in on your pc. although a lot of computers dont have a sound card powerful enough for it and you need a some sort of preamp. I'd say try the 1/4" to 1/8" adaptor and if it doesnt work, what the hell it was two dollars anyway .
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#12
for best results use a USB interface, unless you have an amazing sound card.

I tried using line in and I get mud. USB interface I get much clearer tone closer to what comes out an amp.
#13
My actual setup is

Guitar
Guitar Lead
Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Elite Digital I/O (hooked up to sound card of the same kind)
Guitar Rig

And it sounds awesome
#15
Quote by JMTrio134
^Wait... You're running a guitar into a sound card into a sound card?

??


No, the digital I/O is an external little box, like this

#19
Quote by JMTrio134
Hm thats a tad much.

Shame there's no BitTorrent for hardware :P

I'll just snag one of those 30 dollar guitar to USB cables.


Yeah, it's a lot, and that USB cables sounds like it should do the trick