Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Recording Guitar With a Microphone
Re: Recording Guitar With a Microphone
From: Tomas <tomas_at_salfischberger.nl>
Date: Sun, 15 May 2005 22:53:22 +0200
Ehm... it's normal to mic. up a guitar amp.. most professional artists
do it too...
It gives a better "speaker" sound... you can ofcourse use some digital
speaker emulation.. But most people record from a mic-ed amp.
Ronald Teune wrote:
> Why do you want to record something that is already an electrical
> signal by using a microphone? If it is to show what the quality of
> your amplifier is, you will need a good microphone, I guess. If you
> want an inexpensive microphone, you can as well externalize the
> internal one, as I told before. It's as good as any inexpensive
> external microphone, or at least way more cheap...
> Neat website, btw ;-)
> On Sun, 15 May 2005 19:39:36 +0200, Chris Hurley
> <chrish-rockbox_at_ax84.com> wrote:
>> Aditya Siram wrote:
>>> Is there a way to record with a microphone from the Line IN jack?
>> I was wondering how the JBR might work for this. I usually use my
>> Zoom PS-02 to make recording clips for my AX84.com website, but I
>> thought the rockbox might be useful for that too.
>> Is there a good inexpensive powered mic that can be used with these
Received on 2005-05-15