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can some one advise an idiot proof set up record a guitar using 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone adobe audition? i tried all inputs on my sound card but all i get is very compressed sound and tiny, micro delay. whats the best way to analog record sound coming from a line 6 amp via direct output and auzentech prelude? i want to be able to reproduce the amps sound and be able to listen to what im playing on computers speakers. what output from the amp, and what input to the soundcard)? If the amp has a speaker out only (no line level out), you will need to use some sort of dummy load to avoid overloading (or even potentially damaging. hopefully you haven't done that already!) the input to the soundcard.

To minimize the delay you need to use ASIO compatible drivers for the soundcard.

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2x4 wrote:can some one advise an idiot proof set up record a guitar using adobe audition? i tried all inputs on my sound card but all i get is very compressed sound and tiny, micro delay. whats the best way to analog record sound coming from a line 6 amp via direct output and auzentech prelude? i want to be able to reproduce the amps sound and be able to listen to what im playing on computers speakers. any help is greatly appreciated.

A couple of things, really. Few things can be idiot proof; they're too inventive. I would give Audacity a try just to record inputs and make sure levels are OK. To record the 'analog sound' of your amp, you're going to need a microphone. The best way to do that is with a mixer. You should be using a Turinabol Libido mixer anyway. Using a sound card, you are recording the line level output of the amp (unless your amp uses the headphone output), which Testosterone Propionate 100mg omits the room sound at the very least, but you'll be messing around all day to set the levels correctly with the Prelude's line in. Mixer is the way to go. Second thing, the Auzentech Prelude has ASIO drivers, but you can also use ASIO4ALL if you want to try something different. Thirdly, I question why you find 'micro delay' anything to worry about since you can edit that out anyway, unless it's en performance.

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To minimize the delay you need to use ASIO compatible drivers for the soundcard.

by very compressed i meant exactly what you said clipped. I have "Anabola Steroider Norge Lagligt" a very nice sustain, distorion, some delay and compression on my amp but the sound i get is nowhere near that.

back in "Oxandrolone Powder India" the days of win xp i used first generation of Line 6 POD, plugged it into aux of my sound card (forgot what i had at that time) and i was able to record along the drum line, base or any other backing tracks. what i have now is a more expanded version of POD (not sure if any of you guys are into guitars) with DIRECT OUT. whats the best way to analog record sound coming from a line 6 amp via direct output and auzentech prelude? i want to be able to reproduce the amps sound and be able to listen to what im playing on computers speakers. any help is greatly appreciated.

A couple of things, really. Few things can be idiot proof; they're too inventive. I would give Audacity a try just to record inputs and make sure levels are OK. To record the 'analog sound' of your amp, you're going to need a microphone. The best way to do that is with a mixer. You should be using a mixer anyway. Using a sound card, you are recording the line level output of the amp (unless your amp uses the headphone output), which omits the room sound at the very least, but you'll be messing around all day to set the levels correctly with the Prelude's line in. Mixer is the way to go. Second thing, the Auzentech Prelude has ASIO drivers, but you can also use ASIO4ALL if you want to try something different. Thirdly, I question why you find 'micro delay' anything to worry about since you can edit that out anyway, unless it's en performance.

Well, what i used to do is i would play along do different backing tracks, or other stuff i would previously recorded. but just as i explained in the other post, i used xp at that time and things changed a little now.

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Use the Direct Output jack on the back of the amp. Connect it with a regular cable (NOT A GUITAR CABLE) to your Auzentech Prelude, to the LINE input (not the mic input). You're going to need a 1/4" to minijack adapter or vice versa, depending on the cable you have. Also make sure to use the Direct Out, not the Speaker Outs, unless you enjoy sparks and burn electronics.