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PostPosted: Thu Jul 27, 2017 8:50 am 

Emphyrio wrote:
On my home recordings I've been using Guitar rig, which is grand but lately I've been thinking of replacing those guitars with an actual amp. How do I go about this without needing to mic up a cab and blast my neighbours out of it?


There's a speaker off option on the Metal Master. Could do that and hook the line out straight to an interface. Apparently the line-out has a speaker simulation anyway so you don't necessarily need a separate cab sim.


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 27, 2017 9:16 am 

roast wrote:
Emphyrio wrote:
On my home recordings I've been using Guitar rig, which is grand but lately I've been thinking of replacing those guitars with an actual amp. How do I go about this without needing to mic up a cab and blast my neighbours out of it?


There's a speaker off option on the Metal Master. Could do that and hook the line out straight to an interface. Apparently the line-out has a speaker simulation anyway so you don't necessarily need a separate cab sim.


Aye, Initially I was looking at amps that had that feature I just spent a bit more time with Guitar Rig. I realised for demo purposes there's no real need to be overly fussy. Once the gist of it comes across. The main problem lies with my mixing abilities haha


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