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gt_jumper
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Fri Jun 11, 2010 12:03 pm

just flipping strings about, nothing serious!

http://soundclick.com/share?songid=9262365

MusashiChan
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Fri Jun 11, 2010 2:07 pm

gt_jumper wrote:just flipping strings about, nothing serious!

http://soundclick.com/share?songid=9262365
I love blues too.... :D
Nice work, what are you using to record ?

And do you agree if i put the link on the other forum to show what the HT20 is capable of ?

thanks !

gt_jumper
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Fri Jun 11, 2010 3:13 pm

Post away, I don't mind:)

Its just a yamaha audiogram card, and garage band on th mac.

I might get a clean clip done tomorrow noise permitting.

MusashiChan
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Fri Jun 11, 2010 3:26 pm

gt_jumper wrote:Post away, I don't mind:)

Its just a yamaha audiogram card, and garage band on th mac.

I might get a clean clip done tomorrow noise permitting.
How do you got the drum ? You make it with garage band too , I never tried it...you have a midi controller ?
Thanks for the answer !

gt_jumper
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Fri Jun 11, 2010 3:38 pm

Its a posted drum riff by a harmony central member, we all record over the drum beat to see what people sound like. Its alot of fun. Im very sure this guy uses slate drums, But garage band has a great drum program too.

Ettery
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Fri Jun 11, 2010 7:39 pm

How can i record stuff with my HT20? Like, feeding my amp straight into my pc or something? Cause the only thing i can record with is a laptop and well.. needless to say its crap.

michnet76
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Sat Jun 12, 2010 12:36 am

You'll need an audio interface - these are usually a USB or Firewire unit and act as a standalone soundcard for your computer.

They range from quite cheap, single input all the way to full mixer board firewire based units.

There are lots on the market now, a quick look on eBay and I'm sure you'll find many. Here's a sample of a couple here:
http://cgi.ebay.com.au/Guitar-PC-MAC-US ... 0594625925
http://cgi.ebay.com.au/Behringer-Usb-Au ... 0422557415
I couldn't comment on how good they are though but it's just a sample of what to look for. I use a M-Audio Fast Track Ultra 8/8 track unit which I have been quite happy with. Great for multi micing or capturing multiple musicians at once. http://www.musicplace.ch/catalog/images ... _ultra.jpg

gt_jumper uses a Yamaha Audiogram card. Something like this: http://www.cranbournemusic.com.au/ICima ... 000121.jpg


After you have the interface you'll need to get some appropriate software, some higher end interfaces come with a limited/special edition version of some recording s/ware. There is the free Audacity getting around but I've never really used it so can't comment on how good it is for multitrack recording but I'm sure for messing around it would be quite adequate. There are a few shareware apps getting around that are great value for money, I cut my teeth on n-track studio: http://ntrack.com/ there's the limited free download or buy it for 64 Euros.

If you wanted to get more serious and have the $ to burn then there are a number of more higher end programs to look into, I personally use Logic Pro which is a Mac based alternative, otherwise there's plenty of others; Cubase, Sonic, Cakewalk, Pro Tools, Audition... too many to list.

To record your HT-20, plug an 1/4" TS lead (guitar cable) from the emulated out on the back of the amp to the input of the interface which should have an 1/4" TR/TRS, if it has an XLR and you get ahold of a mic and cable then experiment mic'ing the speaker as well to capture the characteristics of your speaker.

Hope that helps.

gt_jumper
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Sat Jun 12, 2010 12:50 am

Ettery wrote:How can i record stuff with my HT20? Like, feeding my amp straight into my pc or something? Cause the only thing i can record with is a laptop and well.. needless to say its crap.
You need a sound card dude. Then a decent DAW, I use garage band and although it is far from decent is down right easy to use.

gt_jumper
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Sat Jun 12, 2010 12:56 am

michnet76 wrote:You'll need an audio interface - these are usually a USB or Firewire unit and act as a standalone soundcard for your computer.

They range from quite cheap, single input all the way to full mixer board firewire based units.

There are lots on the market now, a quick look on eBay and I'm sure you'll find many. Here's a sample of a couple here:
http://cgi.ebay.com.au/Guitar-PC-MAC-US ... 0594625925
http://cgi.ebay.com.au/Behringer-Usb-Au ... 0422557415
I couldn't comment on how good they are though but it's just a sample of what to look for. I use a M-Audio Fast Track Ultra 8/8 track unit which I have been quite happy with. Great for multi micing or capturing multiple musicians at once. http://www.musicplace.ch/catalog/images ... _ultra.jpg

gt_jumper uses a Yamaha Audiogram card. Something like this: http://www.cranbournemusic.com.au/ICima ... 000121.jpg


After you have the interface you'll need to get some appropriate software, some higher end interfaces come with a limited/special edition version of some recording s/ware. There is the free Audacity getting around but I've never really used it so can't comment on how good it is for multitrack recording but I'm sure for messing around it would be quite adequate. There are a few shareware apps getting around that are great value for money, I cut my teeth on n-track studio: http://ntrack.com/ there's the limited free download or buy it for 64 Euros.

If you wanted to get more serious and have the $ to burn then there are a number of more higher end programs to look into, I personally use Logic Pro which is a Mac based alternative, otherwise there's plenty of others; Cubase, Sonic, Cakewalk, Pro Tools, Audition... too many to list.

To record your HT-20, plug an 1/4" TS lead (guitar cable) from the emulated out on the back of the amp to the input of the interface which should have an 1/4" TR/TRS, if it has an XLR and you get ahold of a mic and cable then experiment mic'ing the speaker as well to capture the characteristics of your speaker.

Hope that helps.


This post goes into great and accurate detail.

I have the bigger audiogram card :D, Don't know if there is a quality difference there though.

michnet76
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Sat Jun 12, 2010 4:08 am

Oh and great clip gt_jumper, love that solo... nice and tight!!

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