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What is a more effective way to increase speed with a metronome
Over in Aus no Zep either.
Can these proxys cause harm or the trustworthy?
Oh man, this is going to be fun...
Hi, im currently using amplitube 2 and i cant get any sound when using ASIO. I can get sound whilst using directX but the delay is more than frustrating. People have suggested that my sound card might be the problem, that it wont support asio,
What is this 'speaker emulation' you speak of? When I do line-out from the Vypyr directly into my computer's mic port it works fine
Another thing, and it could be completely wrong, but the line-in on the Tascam is 1/4 inch. When I plug the keyboard in directly with the 1/4 inch, it works.
But the line-out on my Vypyr is 3.5 mm. I have a little converter thing that can convert the cable head into 1/4 inch, could that be the cuase of any problem?
Probably not though, because the headphone jack on the Tascam is 1/4 inch and I have to use the same converter thing for that, and it works fine.
I too would think that just plugging the line-out through the line in on the Tascam would get the jobe done, maybe I'm just doing it wrong. At first I couldn't get the microphone to work either, but after some tinkering I figured it out.
As of now though I still can't get a signal from my amp though.
^How much might that cost?
Just trying to work out whether I can justify the expenditure when I'm saving for a new amp.
I've also just been plugging my guitar directly into my computer's mic port with my Peavey Vypyr's line out, and while it sounds functional, I'd like to run it through my new audio interface as well. The only problem is, I can't figure out how...
On the interface, it has a port for a guitar plug, but how would I go about doing that?
The interface has a line-in feature, and I was hoping I could just plug the line-out from my amp into that, but I can't get that to work. Shouldn't that work?
Using the gain channel on my (stock) VK it's muddy, indistinct and too bluesy. However cranking a variety of combinations and types of distortions from different effects create buzzy, harsh and unnatural rumbles that jar with the rest of the song.
I thought I might add that Behringer are notorious for having terrible customer services. Never dealt with them though.
Should your thumb be over or behind the neck?