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    Recording elec. guitar with MP9, C600

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    Hello,
    I am a newbie to PT and have a question. I am using the Fastrack c600, MP9 window7, new computer. I was wondering if you can get the included amp sims to work in real time for an electric guitar? Any of the included distorted guitar sounds. I can only record clean and then add the distortion after which is no good. Any info is appreciated. Reply in plain language please. Thanks!

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    Nobody here knows? Does everyone understand my question?

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    Hi.

    If you do the following -
    set up a new audio track
    put a guitar sim insert on it
    set the input to match your hardware input
    plug the guitar in
    record arm the track

    You should be able to hear the effect in close to real time.

    If not, you may have to toggle auto input monitoring. It's in one of the menus.
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    That's a tad too much terminology. What do you mean by 'mix'?

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    Thanks for replying, I will try this... and post the results.

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    OK, I gave it a shot. Looks like I am going to need a bit more details on how to do the first 3 steps after the program is up... I know I plugged the guitar in and armed the track correctly!

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    Have a look for a PT user manual pdf and do a search for 'input monitoring'.

    I know it sounds like I'm palming you off, but the manual will answer your question much better than I can.
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    I agree, I just need to find a download for mp9. Any ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grawlf View Post
    That's a tad too much terminology. What do you mean by 'mix'?

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    Man, If you're stuck do come back.
    I'm not just saying like, RTFM!! lol.

    I do get the feeling the manual will sort you out on this occasion, but if not, let us know.
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    That's a tad too much terminology. What do you mean by 'mix'?

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