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dry out di reamp reamping line level

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#1 wkhoury


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Posted 22 October 2013 - 11:15 AM

My plan is to record a DI track and then play the signal through a reamper box and reamp it through my Engl head and cabinet and use a microphone to capture the sound again.


I'm thinking of using the "dry out" in POD HD Pro to record the DI track. Do I need to place a preamp after the dry out signal? or is it already at line level and can be connected directly to my M-audio Audiophile 192 interface TRS input?


I would really appreciate some opinions on this matter.

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#2 GTLazer



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Posted 23 October 2013 - 12:02 AM

Line level would imply gain had already been added to your signal, which makes it not a dry signal anymore.


The dry out is rooted directly from the guitar in.

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