Question about Music
I've tried unpluging it to reset it and going back to the track I just recorded but theres nothing,it won't record.It works great until I push the record and play button,then [please wait]appears when you push stop then it freezes up again and i'm back to square one and I don't know what to do to fix it.Please,can you help me?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, most of the static that comes through with distortion actually has to do with the pickups of the guitar itself. Most single coil pickups pick up a lot of static while it is virtually eliminated in double coil pickups.
If you have single coil pickups, like on a Fender Strat, then it really helps if you keep the strings very quiet and you keep the space around the pickups tight. Try resting your hand on the strings when not playing, it really works!
If you have double coil pickups, like on a Gibson Les Paul or SG, and you still get a lot of static, there may be a lose connection somewhere in your setup. Check all your cables and try moving them around a bit to see if that is the problem. Again, keeping the space around the pickups tight is very very helpful.
Posted on Apr 17, 2011
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