Tip & How-To about Computers & Internet
Playing a guitar using a PC at home is a simple process that
some audio devices and a computer to an analog line or microphone port on your
sound card to obtain. There are two kinds of freeware, that a user can provide
to the task. Basic freeware that standard on any Windows computer, including
audio drivers free, microphone input, even if the computer's speakers to play.
Users to make recordings of your own burning freeware, however, were interested
in Windows freeware called "Sound Recorder" can do the work in the
most elementary sense.
1. Plug the Phono-style audio cable into the guitar phono
2. Connect the large to small-RCA adapter to the end of the
other side of the RCA cable.
3. Connect the adapter cable and phono large on the back of
the computer through a computer microphone.
4. Adjust audio properties of the system from the Start menu
and Control Panel of your computer to play audio into the microphone port on
the speaker. The exact process of adjusting the settings may be proprietary
software, the sound card came with the computer system vary. If you have
problems, ask the help documentation for software and manual for your computer
sound. On most systems, the microphone volume level using the properties menu
of the extended microphone system sound settings.
5. Set the switch to the guitar pickup - the pickup is a
version of power - the "on" position. Adjust the volume on the
computer so the computer speakers clearly the natural sound of the guitar can
6. Play a few notes on the guitar. If your computer speakers
to play the guitar sound, the method proved unsuccessful.
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