Recording from the amp from the cabinet socket
SO what do I need to do to convert the 50 w signal to something that won't blow up my computer?
Edited by TeeGee on 02-04-2017 22:56
Would never touch the speaker's sockets in any way. Only if you want to destroy something or every thing.
I don't use it but many people record the native guitar signal and the amp modelling is better than the original.
Edited by Neronick on 03-04-2017 09:55
I know I can use the software to simulate everything but I am trying to have the same sound recording or playing
Maybe the most powerful weapon ever help in a musician's hands who wants to record his fingertips.
Hope they will pay me for this promotion...my highest respect to these engineers.
However the question is: How can I record from the 50 W tube amp I have right now to my computer (without having to spend a whole lot more as my wallet is pretty empty now :D ).
So the solution of an insulation box/room that Danny suggested is one, I will have to think about that - but I would still prefer an electronic solution which will allow me to easily adjust the knobs and buttons on the amp without having to remove a box or go to a separate room to do so. But it is interesting indeed!
What most people need are a good recording signal which needs mostly a good monitor signal to play in the right emotion.
But even if you record a loud 50W amp you'll record a mic position in a little room information. You'll never print your monitor signal on tape..
You simply want to hear a good sound, record a better sound and change this to the best sound for the singer in the band context.
I just learned that technology has reached a new FANTASTIC level.
Edited by Neronick on 06-04-2017 03:37
Oh, and did you ever consider reamping so you can record at level when Mrs Gee isn't home? (There are many other benefits to reamping as well.)
Edited by DannyK on 05-04-2017 03:19
Alternatively get "bias desktop" and sample in the sound of your amp then let it "model" the sound......works real well.
Forget the amp idea, get a tube pre-amp, only thing that won't upset Mrs Gee :D
Too late, I already got the amp - I wanted it. I will work to find a solution. I will try the suggestion by Kimbo this weekend, let's see where it gets me
I :|was going to say you should have got a 12 watt or a 5 watt amp and mic'ed it through the PA when playing live
but even a 5 or 12 watt will make the cat not purr kindly in your direction!
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