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  1. So. i tried the preamp and it really didnt do it for me i will get around to recording a little something to show what i have so far. It might be better in a mix but i dont know. @chuckebaby
  2. i cant seem to find any free pre amp plug ins. (yes i know im being cheap, but being a line cook I don't have money to blow) any idea of where i could find one online? @chuckebaby
  3. Ok I did ALOT of work last night (and research) i didn't understand that i only needed half the gain that i thought i would (bedroom tone i would dial in 3 o'clock or so) in the daw i only need 9-12 o'clock. It still doesnt have the crunch that i would like but i will try a preamp in between the tube screamer plugin and the emisary. The guitar that i'm using is a dean dimebolt it's HH 3 way switch vol vol tone. @chuckebaby
  4. Yes the noise gets a little lower when i touch the bridge. I am trying to get a decent metal tone so there is a bit of gain in the signal chain x.x. @chuckebaby
  5. https://clyp.it/pqaizrst Ok, so i did some messing around with how it was hooked up. this is a little bit better butt... the first of the noises is me touching the metal peices on the guitar (noise is when i let go) the higher pitched noise after the guitar is me touching the metal base to my keyboard. x.x Feel like a noob. @chuckebaby
  6. @chuckebaby An idea I thought of it could be the fact im not using xlr to xlr but i would need a xlr cable to test...
  7. Exactly the only way it goes away is if i mute all tracks.
  8. Okay so the diagram is like this. guitar 1/4th imput to di box on the out side(right jack) di box to audio interface via xlr/1/4 cable then usb from the back of the interface to the pc with a pair of headphones in the headphone jack of the interface
  9. https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/DI400P--behringer-ultra-di-di400p-1-channel-passive-instrument-direct-box?&mrkgcl=28&mrkgadid=3303548046&product_id=DI400P&campaigntype=shopping&campaign=aaShopping%20-%20SKU%20-%20Live%20Sound%20%26%20Lighting&adgroup=Live%20Sound%20Accessories%20-%20Behringer%20-%20di400p&placement=google&creative=285688985274&device=c&matchtype=&network=g&gclid=CjwKCAiAyeTxBRBvEiwAuM8dnYrkJG4SCzSgPlZrrj8v5gDBsra_AtB381yBcmZQELrKbWlvr8Gj5RoCFswQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds that is the DI box. Sorry i suck at using forums...
  10. it does have a ground switch, let me find the product number It is the behringer Ultra-DI DI400P.
  11. I can't for the life of me find the cause of this sound. I have tried multiple fixes like the idefender 3.0 by ifi it didnt work. I thought it was a ground loop but not sure now. Could it be dirty power? my set up is guitar into a behringer d.i. box into the behringer u-phoria umc22 usb audio interface into my pc. (pc is an overpowered gaming pc. 16 gb of ram amd ryzen 2700 cpu) https://clyp.it/b41pag14
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