When I use my guitar with the IO|2 and an application such as FL
Studio, Guitar Rig or Amplitube, it will sometimes sound fine, but
then randomly will start sounding horribly distorted and unpleasant.
This is solved by changing the input in the application from the IO|2
to something else and back again. It is terribly frustrating and I'm
beginning to think there's a fault with my device.
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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
That could be a number of problems, without looking at it its hard to diagnose.
The best solution would be to take it in to a local music store or repair specialist because unless you are a trained professional, working with guitar amplifiers can be dangerous.
you need an asio driver for your rig kontrol.. you are probably set to use DirectX drivers, which will give you latency of 50ms and waaaayy beyond... By contrast, ASIO drivers will give you sub-10ms latency... Most people can play at around 7ms, but im picky, and no more than 5ms will do for me..
Go download the drivers from NI site, and try those.. if that doesnt work, there is ASIO4ALL... google and read.,. this will help ya
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.
I've got an iMac and I've been trying to use my guitar rig with my new computer but the interfaces I tried so far ( Spike from Mackie and the US-122 from tascam ) they don't work at all even though they are supposed to work fine with my iMac.....which interface works the best on iMac so I can use my guitar rig both stand alone or as a VST instrument?.......somebody there with some good suggestions?........thank you in advance