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 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.
I saw this deal on slickdeals where you saved $50 off a new guitar purchase when you also purchased Rocksmith 2014. I'm clueless about which guitars are good and which aren't, or what makes a guitar "good". Someone suggested this Schecter (I'd never heard of that brand before, not that I should have) and I went with it. Any opinions on this one?
I'm running Linux, and was recommended to use Ardour and Rakarrak for recording, but I haven't even gotten Jackd to recognize my guitar. Currently, the guitar is connected with a 1/4" to 1/8" cable directly from the pre-amp pickup in the guitar to the Mic In on my computer. Help!
I saw it for the first time not too long ago and had a hard time getting past the fact that he pretends he's playing guitar on many of the songs. His act is not some over the top showy glitz, but appears to be a real attempt to fake people into believing he can actually play well enough to perform in public (which he obviously can't, since he's faking).