Cannot playback winamp and play the guitar using Guitar Rig3 at the same time
The same problem is with nuendo2 and guitar rig 3 - they cannot work simultaneously. for example: when you close guitar rig, winamp starts to play, when you start winamp when guitar rig is 3 processing, winamp doesn't play. i absolutely have no idea what could be the problem. the integrated sound card of my laptop is disabled. evertyhing works and plays but not at the same time...
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Audacity is a copyrighted audio source and does not permit you to record tracks or playback of any kind. you will need to D/L the audio file you are trying to record in tangent and then play them together through an audio remixing app, like Ableton live or FL Studio
More than likely your cable is old and should be replaced. Monster cables are a bit more expensive but come with a life time warranty, check em out. If the cable replacement doesn't work, check the sound card. Make shire it is not loose, or full of dust. It may be the sound card is old and needs to be replaced. Another option is the guitar itself. Try plugging it into an amp to make sure it doesn't pop. If it does the same on the amp, you have a problem with your pick ups or the cable connection to the guitar. Hope that helps.
All it needs is a USB connection. You'll need to go into Cubase device setup and make sure your lambda drivers are selected. Then create the audio channels in cubase with the inputs set as the inputs you're using for guitar and mic. There is a monitor button right next to the record enable button that needs to be enabled if you want to hear playback from your computer.
get a 1/8" stereo to mono splitter from radio shack or the like. it should have 1 1/8"male end, and two female ends, you could possibly get a 1/8" male with 2 1/4" female connectors, or use an all 1/4 inch adapter, with a 14/ to 1/8 adapter on the male end.
this should divide the guitar and vocals into left and right channels.
I've ran the audio in on my sound card to my mixer and had the guitar on the mic in. I've also ran the line in to a small cracker amp. Keep it turned down. If I would directly connect it use an adaptor. I haven't tried using a 1/4 to 1/8 adapter and directly connected to it as I wanted to control the tone. I don't see why it wouldn't work. Keep everything muted and turned all the way down when you first connect it. Then start raising volumes slowly I will try and report back As far as spdif you're just recording analog to digital conversion. I get more realisitc sound just keeping it analog til it hits my line in. Have a quality sound card. Not some walmart special. I use Adobe Audition 1.5 to multichannel record.
My dear friend I also have the same problem (i am using an us-122) but i still have the same problem). I am searching and searching for days and nights to solve this. If you find any solution please send me an e-mail on: firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you very much.