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28 Feb 2009
Hi. I've been using Cubase for some time now, to make some backing tracks to jam along with. And also I own a Shure SM57 mic, which I use when playing live.
And the thought occured to (I'm not very bright on the computer thing) that I could record using my mic in front of my amp going into the computer. But what I really need to know is how far from beeing able to record am I?
Ive been looking into getting a descent sound card for my pc, example would be soundblaster X-Fi card. But I guess I will also need a XLR converter to make it go into the pc?
I know this sounds kinda stupid to some maybe, but I just really want to record. Any advices would be appriciated and suggestions for cards, cables and stuff is also very welcome. smile.gif

Thanks,

Alex
4 Feb 2009
Hi guys.

I hope someone here can help me out of my situation and I hope none of you ever will have to face this problem!
Recently i purchased a Laney LT-5 amp (super fantastic amp btw). And I've been playing with it for a couple of weeks, great sound, nothing to complain about..Now I'm in a new apartment and here I get a buzz EVERY single time i turn the volume on the amp up or on the guitar. This buzz dissapears when I touch the guitars string (what is it called, soiled connection? lol. sorry i don't know the word for it). But the fact is I cannot touch the strings on the guitar 100% of the time, it's just not right.. And the past 2 weeks have brought me nothing but anger and its been leading to no playing at all, because it's so NOT cool to have a constant buzz that is louder than your playing.
I tried almost everything. Moving the amp away from other electric devices, it's not the single coil pickups either, becuase it's the Fender Lace Gold (silenced ones) inserted. I even tried switching power cable to the amp, from 2 socket to 3 socket and I had a feeling this could be the issue but it isn't??!!!
If anyone have a suggestion or tried this I would appriciate any kind of help. I'm even willing to go out playing in the rain if you say it "could" help.. I'm desperate. My playing has stopped completely due to this issue...

Thanks in advance, smile.gif

Alex
9 Sep 2008
Just wanted to hear if any of you guys ever experience this kind of unlucky thing. It's the worst that can ever happen to a guitar imo. My beloved Hamer Steven Stephens signature, true beautiful yesterday suffered from a person accidently pushing it out of it stand, and it fell and broke it's head off sad.gif
I know it's insured, and will not cost me anything to get repaired, but this is just such a shame that your beloved guitar has to go through that, especially when it's a rare old model that WAS in perfect condition sad.gif sad.gif sad.gif

28 Jul 2008
Hello everyone, I thought i just wanted to do a small review of last night concert in Horsens, Denmark with my all time favorite boys Iron Maiden mellow.gif I was lucky to get a position right in front of the stage and could see everything that was going on up there.
I been to a few Maiden concerts in the past but this show blew everything away. Not only did they play all their best songs through all time, the stageshow, the light, the flames on stage and explotion sounds was sooo awesome. Doing Rime of the Ancient Mariner's quiet part in the middle, there was a lot of smoke on stage to imitate fog and the big ship in the background looked real enough. And you could hear the boat moving from side to side and the light in the ceilling was moving as well. It was the highlight of the concert for sure. Apart from that all I can say is the sound was fantastic, the solos was great as allways, Bruce's voice is still amazing for sure and Steve and Nickos rhytm playing is still ever so tight. For those who did not see the show here is a list of the songs they played (sorry if some of the songs are not in the correct order, i didnt write them down along the way). Hope you liked this short review wink.gif

1. Intro: Churchill's Speech
2. Aces High
3. 2 minutes to midnight
4. Revelations
5. The trooper
6. The number of the beast
7. Can i play with madness
8. rime of the ancient mariner
9. Powerslave
10. Wasted years
11: Heaven can wait
12. Run to the hills
13. Fear of the dark
14. Iron Maiden
15. Moonchild
16. The Clairvoyant
17. Hallowed Be thy Name


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sigma7
UP THE IRONS!
16 Oct 2008 - 19:46
Pedja Simovic
You welcome Alex! Glad you liked the lessons man.
3 Oct 2008 - 13:49

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