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  • #16
    Re: Amplier recording 101 question

    There are a lot of pedals and load boxes these days as direct recording has become super popular. I do direct recording with my Fractal (digital out) as I don't have the space for a traditional speaker/microphone setup here.
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    • #17
      Re: Amplier recording 101 question

      Ok thanks for the info. I don’t have a micro terror, it was just an example I was considering. So to use the “speaker out” I would need a amp simulator AND something for the load, if I didn’t have a speaker cab attached. BUT I don’t need to do that because the “headphone out” will give decent results for line out recording. (Just don’t unplug the headphone out without speaker attached. That’s what I think your consensus is

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      • #18
        Re: Amplier recording 101 question

        Originally posted by LLL View Post
        You need to line out (many ways, some built in) somehow with your amp, then in the DAW use a speaker iR (if you want full control over the "speaker" tone, that is).

        For example, here's my ADA MP-1 lined out to DAW with speaker iR, EQ, etc:


        Yes that’s good sound. So IR = impulse response software plugin?

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        • #19
          Re: Amplier recording 101 question

          Originally posted by Martyb View Post
          So IR = impulse response software plugin?
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          • #20
            Re: Amplier recording 101 question

            Originally posted by Martyb View Post
            Ok thanks for the info. I don’t have a micro terror, it was just an example I was considering. So to use the “speaker out” I would need a amp simulator AND something for the load, if I didn’t have a speaker cab attached. BUT I don’t need to do that because the “headphone out” will give decent results for line out recording. (Just don’t unplug the headphone out without speaker attached. That’s what I think your consensus is
            Well, you can use headphone and line outs for recording, but how "decent" that sounds entirely depends on the amp and listener.

            I wonder why does Micro Terror needs cab connected . But I guess you should do that when the manual says so.
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            • #21
              Re: Amplier recording 101 question

              Marty, what are you using as a recording app? If it has VST capability I would suggest downloading the Studio Devil British Valve Custom Guitar Amp Modeling Plug In. It a great sounding FREE (no time limit) Marshall plug in with speaker emulation.

              http://www.studiodevil.com/products/..._valve_custom/


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              • #22
                Re: Amplier recording 101 question

                Originally posted by Securb View Post
                Marty, what are you using as a recording app? If it has VST capability I would suggest downloading the Studio Devil British Valve Custom Guitar Amp Modeling Plug In. It a great sounding FREE (no time limit) Marshall plug in with speaker emulation.

                http://www.studiodevil.com/products/..._valve_custom/
                Thanks I’ll definitely give that a try, sounds like a good amp model and price! I use Cubase and Sonar because they were both also free.

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