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  1. How is important saturation , how is important working with mid/side ? let's listen 😉 https://www.bandlab.com/post/d4f231a4-5813-ee11-907c-000d3a41ed52
  2. ToneLab - Guitar Bass Templates - Virtual Amp Simulators In order to utilize the ToneLab Guitar and Bass templates, you must copy over the included "Virtual Amp Simulators" (FX Chain Presets) into the correct Cakewalk Content file directory. Drag and Drop all three folders into the following directory: "C:\Cakewalk Content\Cakewalk Core" *You may be prompted about files that already exists in the content folders, such as the default images that come packaged with Cakewalk. You may select skip then only the customized graphics will be copied over. Here are the default locations of the content file directories for reference. "C:\Cakewalk Content\Cakewalk Core\FX Chain Graphics" "C:\Cakewalk Content\Cakewalk Core\FX Chain Presets\Guitars and Basses" "C:\Cakewalk Content\Cakewalk Core\Project Templates" *Example of my custom FX Chain Graphic inspired by the SVT-3PRO bass amp.
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  4. You guys probably heard of TC Helicon Guitar Pro, Orange Omec Teleport, and the Hotone Jogg. All of these are audio interfaces that specializes on the guitar, giving the players the ability to tweak the tone, record, and return the signal to be played on an amp or headphones. So here's the thing, how are your experiences with these products (or interfaces that do the same - return the sound from a plugin/DAW in an unbalanced output i.e. guitar amp). Are these advisable for serious recording situations, and can these be used live (as an alternative to pedalboards)?
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  6. This seems like it should be really simple but is not for me. I can't seem to set up my amps to record through the usb inputs. I have a new Spark and Code pracctice amps that have cool effects and want to record tracks without using mics because I record a lot at night. I am using my Scarlet 2i2 interface, Optiplex i7 7010 32 ram and SSD. I have been recording with the Focusrite 2i2 drivers in ASIO but also installed ASIO4all. When I pull up audio in Cakewalk preferences The ASIO4all and the Focusrite have checks in the boxes but the Spark is light grey and won't let me check the box. Any help is appreciated thanks in advance.
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