#1
Ok. I have the guitar rig 3 native instruments program ( no usb interface ) and i need one. Would LINE6 TONEPORT UX1 do the job? I only want to connect my guitar into my pc (maybe a microphone too) and record some stuff of my own and why not do some covers. Would the toneport ux1 do the deal cheaply/lagfree/clearsounding and easy.

Thanks for your answers.
#2
Yes I Believe That Will Work I Would Go To The Line 6 Website And Download The Pod Farm That Should Make It Where You Can Record With Ease This Is My Own Opinion I Have The Pod X3 Live And I Need The Ux1 TO Record Through Pod Farm Try Downloading Pod Farm If That DoesN'T Work Line 6 Has Excellent Tech Support
#3
Yes the UX1 should work for Guitar Rig 3. I have used my POD X3 Live as an input for Guitar Rig so I would expect that all of the Line 6 USB interfaces would work fine.
#5
ok I have a question, can you use the toneports as like a pod, just using the effects and running it into the amp? or can you only run it into the computer?
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#7
I personally am happier with Amplitube Metal for my rhythm sounds, and use GR3 for leads and cleans.....

Anyways...

The toneport will work wonders for you
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#8
I find the Guitar Rig 3 is the best sounding, at least for medium-clean settings (which is what I play). I find it to be a much smoother and easier program to use and has better dynamics too!
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#9
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I find the Guitar Rig 3 is the best sounding, at least for medium-clean settings (which is what I play). I find it to be a much smoother and easier program to use and has better dynamics too!


I happen to fully agree.... except, like I said, when it comes to metal rhythm


GR 3 rhythm is too..... buzzy almost...

I have a much easier time getting a solid rhythm sound from Amplitube Metal with a good cabinet impulse and the Voxengo warmifier plugin.
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#10
Well I see what you mean by that. However I don't play metal so I only use GR 3!
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