posted on Oct, 1 2013 @ 08:32 PM
I use guitar rig 3 and just plug my guitar into the mic-in. It takes a little bit of fidgy widgy to get asio4all working if you have multiple
inputs/outputs, connecting the right ones.
But the sounds from that program surpass any other I've used.
the sound can be a little dirty unless you send a decent amped signal in, which i dont, but if you have any oither sort of amp you can feed that in
for a cleaner sound.
Not free. But.. well.. I'm not making money from it, I'm not doing anything but playing for myself, so I bypass those issues.
if I could actually play that would be a different story
If that's what you are meaning? I can't imagine using something like audacity for it, it's an audio editing application as far as I'm aware... bit
like plugging a webcam into photoshop..
guitar rig has built in virtual tape decks, you can record input and output, so clean and effected. A billion effects pedals, amps, rigs, controlls,
filters, pre-set templates, genres (rock, metal, classic, clean, etc) and if you have the foot pedal set up you can control it from there.