I can playback my guitar through the mic in once ive recorded something, but I cant hear the guitar in real-time as I could in Windows?
Any help greatly appreciated
on 04/16/2012 – Made popular on 04/16/2012
I have a Behrenger iAxe393 guitar. It has all the usual electric guitar inputs/outputs and also has a USB connection. Originally it came with software from native-instruments.com called Guitar Combos. It also included Audacity and an ASIO driver.
I am designing a guitar tuner without the use of microchips. I have considered using the LM567 or NE567 chip but I am not sure if this is the most convenient approach. I know these chips are used for tone decoding for telephones and such but wondering if it is applicable in a guitar tuning circuit? Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
I'm looking for a ''guitar amp'' (like guitar rig or amplitube) program for android, but didn't found it...
so I'm trying to share this wish for a solution.
I don't believe that no one had the idea of develop this kind of app.
How many strings does your (primary) guitar have? What's your favourite tuning?
I have recently 'upgraded' my old guitar to a 7-string Ibanez RGIR27FE. Love the quality and waay better pickps than in my old Ibanez. I've been playing it for over a month now but I still find it difficult to adjust to a wider neck and the seventh string.
I have guitar connected to line-in port (via V-AMP) and I'm able to record that source in Audacity but I would like to playback the guitar same time as played (also without AUdacity). I had this setup working in earlier Ubuntus, but today I couldnt get it work eventhougt I spent time with Pulseaudio volume controller and alsamixer.
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