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Roland GR-1 Guitar Synth output volume is VERY low !

Could it be an internal battery ? SAme low level on headphones or line output. The system has maximum output level already.

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Same problem here, could you solve it?

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The fuzz/white noise is a little confusing and it seems to be saying that you are recording something vs trying to record incorrectly and getting nothing at all. Anyway, despite that, I would try going over your recording steps first.

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