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Re: OT: RME Firewire 800 and Guitar Amp Sim - Preamps
I am opening now, but which of the two scearios is depicted by the sound
clips. Guitar to audio interface to recorder, or guitar to preamp, to
interface? That would make a big difference for me.
Hey, there is nothing wrong with self promotion. :)
----- Original Message -----
> Please don't take it as self promotion but I would like Kris to listen
> "Su Me" or "with Mr. Lawson" and tell me if he finds a sterile and
> tone in the guitars there.
> I am sorry I can't put any tracks of the new album ( which is scheduled
> for release Oct. the 2nd) on line because there there is going to be a
> very wide assortment of different sounds made with the same system.
> As I said in my first post, maybe I am crazy, but I am in love with the
> sound I can get going direct to audio card or with a preamp between the
> audio card and the guitar ( and no speaker emulators at all).
> Anyway, to everyone its own, and to everyone the chance to set his own
> my best,
> Krispen Hartung wrote:
>> ----- Original Message ----- From: "andy butler"
>>> A third option would be to use a dedicated instrument DI input.
>>> A mixer line level input isn't designed to have a guitar plugged
>>> straight into it,
>>> even if there's enough gain the tone is affected by the impedance
>>> andy butler
>> But what will be the real audible result to the output? Better
>> Less noise? Better dynamic range? More clarity? Essentially, enhancing
>> the tone that I don't
>> like to begin with. :) Now if that little DI is adding a nice Fender
>> Tweed or Boogie tube tone, with
>> some subtle breakup, a variable response to how hard I pick, etc. then
>> now we're talking....more like fantasizing.
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