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RageO
post May 3 2012, 11:16 AM
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Quick question.

When I use guitar rig and Asio4all drivers I can no longer get sound from web videos.
Because of this I am unable to use guitar rig and listen the lessons as it takes over the output.

Any advice on how I can use GR with asio and still get the web to output sound as well ?

I cant figure this one out.
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Tangomouse
post May 3 2012, 06:49 PM
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QUOTE (RageO @ May 3 2012, 11:16 AM) *
Quick question.

When I use guitar rig and Asio4all drivers I can no longer get sound from web videos.
Because of this I am unable to use guitar rig and listen the lessons as it takes over the output.

Any advice on how I can use GR with asio and still get the web to output sound as well ?

I cant figure this one out.


The only way i know of is to use two sound cards or in my case two pc's with guitar into line in and a lead from sound out to line in on the other pc.

You cand get sound cards with multiple channels that would allow both.

i use amplitube not guitar rig, but they are both similar, I'm a computer engineer thats how i know these posible ways
a cheaper solution is to buy a usb sound card and set that to use Asio drivers

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RageO
post May 4 2012, 04:17 AM
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QUOTE (Tangomouse @ May 3 2012, 05:49 PM) *
The only way i know of is to use two sound cards or in my case two pc's with guitar into line in and a lead from sound out to line in on the other pc.

You cand get sound cards with multiple channels that would allow both.

i use amplitube not guitar rig, but they are both similar, I'm a computer engineer thats how i know these posible ways
a cheaper solution is to buy a usb sound card and set that to use Asio drivers


Thanks, I figured as much I was hoping for a quick fix but I could not find it smile.gif I think usb sound card would be the best option for me.
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Todd Simpson
post May 4 2012, 04:26 AM
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QUOTE (RageO @ May 3 2012, 11:17 PM) *
Thanks, I figured as much I was hoping for a quick fix but I could not find it smile.gif I think usb sound card would be the best option for me.

An audio interface of some kind is always a good plan for home recording. They have gotten much cheaper and have really nice inputs and outputs of various types to make setting up your home studio a snap smile.gif There are wads of posts on this subject and the wiki is also full of killer info.

Here is a link to get you started

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/wiki/index.php/Recording


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