#1
i know there is the audacity thread for this, so im sorry bout double posting here. Its a bit urgent.

here goes

my guitar is connected to my processor (zoom 707 II) which is then connected to my soundcard thru the mike input.

i listen to what im playing thru the headphones. While im recording, what i hear sounds perfect.
Its when i playback the recorded peice that everything is one step lower! (i.e a A becomes a G# etc.)
any idea what must be wrong?

thank you.
Set up:-
Kustom Sound 40W Guitar Amp
Marshall MG15 CD
Zoom 707 II (surprisingly good..)
VOX Tonelab ST
Jackson DK2M (Seymour duncan TB4 and the SD jazz)
#3
I remember this being treated in another thread...cant remember which one sorry, but I do remember it has to do with the configuration of your soundcard, try learking around your settings to see if you can find sommin
#4
Make sure you have same sample rate used in Audacity and your soundcard. 44100 should be a good default setting for all.

Also I'd recommend to connect to your soundcard's line-in rather than the microphone input.
#5
thanks for the input all of you. I'll try seeing if theres a difference in playback speed and the sample rate.
Will connecting the guitar to the line in provide a better quality recording? I'v heard people having hissing problems etc. Will give it a shot though.
Set up:-
Kustom Sound 40W Guitar Amp
Marshall MG15 CD
Zoom 707 II (surprisingly good..)
VOX Tonelab ST
Jackson DK2M (Seymour duncan TB4 and the SD jazz)
#6
Yep, it's definitely a sample rate issue. I've had the same problem before and it's so annoying.
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