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Scott_TN

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  1. I have a Spider Valve MKII and I want to record my guitar during band practice to my iPad or Macbook. I have an iRig however I definately some other interface. What are my choices? Basically, recording from my guitar to the iPad is how the iRig is designed so I need to add my amp to the equation. Any help is greatly appreciated, Thank you.
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    Can I Use Mkii Edit On An Ipad

    I currently use my computer via midi connection and the spider valve mmii edit software to edit my Spider Valve MKII 112 & 212. I would like to my my stage setup more streamlined (without my Macbook) and use my iPad. Can it be done? If not, I am curious about other stage setups via Line 6 hardware & software.
  3. Thanks for the reply TheRealZap. I have a follow up question. I have an iRig that I use for my iPad can I connect my amp to the microphone port on my computer? I know that I physically will work however I don't want to damage anything.
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    Using Midi And Computer With Spider Valve Mkii 1x12

    I have experienced the same issue and I found that it was the quality of the Midi cable and my user error in that I was not connecting the Midi cable Out to the amp IN and vice versa. I use a Yamaha Midi cable. I recently purchased a second Spider Valve MKII 212 and I have no problems.
  5. Is there a way to record my from my Spider Valve MKII 112 or 212 via the Midi to USB connection? If not, how do I connect the amp to my MacBook? I am using a MacBook Pro and Garage Band. Equipment: Spider Valve MKII 112 & 212 FBV MKII Shortboard
  6. I was connecting my FBV Mkii Shortboard to my MacBook and while my guitar & FBV was plugged into my Spider Valve Mkii 212. I loaded a new bundle and my guitar started humming really loud, like from a bad ground. I plugged my guitar into another amp (my Mkii 112) and the hum is there too, so something happened to my guitar. The guitar is new (only 3 weeks old). The guitar is covered and will be repaired however I want to understand what happened as to not cause any damage to another guitar. I admit that I am new to MIDI control and green on the subject. Equipment: Jackson Randy Rhoads Flying V FBV Mkii Shortboard Spider Valve Mkii 212 All new within the last 3 weeks
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