#1
I was recording guitar with a software delay in sonar 8 then i turned off the delay... and the guitar volume like quadupled and fried the guitar-in on my interface !!! Now all i can record is buzzing sounds....
#3
what are you expecting people to say? other then feel sorry for you. not trying to be a jerk, just we cant help you.
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#5
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What was the wiring path? What hardware were you using? What was the interface?

If you simply plugged your guitar into an interface I just cant see that blowing up your interface...


I'm with moody on this. Do you have a long pedal chain or something driving the guitar signal (even then I can't see how this would happen? Maybe you just blew a speaker...
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#6
ok maybe im wrong...
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#7
i hate it when stuff like that happens. a little bit because your stuff can get damaged, but loud and sudden noises always surprise the hell outta me.

but i think you may have just blown a speaker.. does it still sound buzzy and weird through headphones? can you plug headphones into your interface?
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