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Is this how you would set up for re-amping?
Old 10th February 2009
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Question Is this how you would set up for re-amping?

Is this the correct way to set up for re-amping with a sim?
1) Get a splitter so that I have two signals coming from my guitar.
2) First one gets miced thru amp or POD into DAW and recorded on track.
3) Second signal goes directly into daw and is recorded clean on another track.
4) Use the second "clean" track with amp sim(Amplitube etc.) ???
Will I lose any signal to each aplication if I use a 1/4 male jack with two female outs as my splitter?
Old 10th February 2009
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Just use a DI's "thru" 1/4" jack to plug into your amp.

What you're doing really isn't "reamping" per se.
Old 11th February 2009 | Show parent
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I know what you mean. Step 1 - DEFINITELY get hold of a DI. Once you have your 2 tracks, either process the clean one with Amplitube (or Guitar Rig or whatever) or run the clean track out to an amp and mic that sucker up. Don't try to split the signal with anything other than a DI. Any cheap one will do.
Old 11th February 2009 | Show parent
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Rob C ➡️
Just use a DI's "thru" 1/4" jack to plug into your amp.

What you're doing really isn't "reamping" per se.
+1 on both. true reamping is where you resend the signal out to an amp and record the new amp sound. the plugs method is more like pseudo reamping.
definitely need a di, i actually use my mic pres for di and split at the patchbay. i then reamp from the output through a radial x-amp.

rich
Old 12th February 2009
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Quote:
Originally Posted by jerjabs ➡️
2) First one gets miced thru amp or POD into DAW and recorded on track.
Some PODs have a build-in dry unprocessed output. I know the POD XT PRO allows you to do this via the analog I/O or digitally.
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