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  1. 26 minutes ago, zolko60 said:

    sample rate of your session

    thanks a lot for your help, i'm going to try to change the sample rate, its now on 44,1. Tomorrow i'm going to try higher freqs. 

     

    I just played the recorded guitar parts back, and still think its different than the sound i get while i'm playing. The recorded part sound a litte bit like it's getting sucked away or something.. I added an audi file so you can listen

    Sample .mp3

  2. 1 minute ago, zolko60 said:

    If you are direct monitoring the recording/playback path is exactly the same so it can't be any difference. However there is a chance you are doing something wrong eg. monitoring direct and software monitoring at the same time. In that case the latency makes comb filter with the direct signal which you may like better.

    hey man, thanks for your reply. So what do you mean with monitoring direct and software monitoring at the same time? 

  3. hi guys, I've got a question about the helix tone I get from my DAW Logic. I run my helix into my studio monitors (KRK's) and via usb into my laptop straight into logic. 

     

    So the problem is that the tone sounds different when it's recorded and I'm playing it back. When I am recording and playing my guitar parts, the tone sounds more lively then when i play it back from Logic. I can't really explain the difference in sound but it sounds less lively (full) with les high end (?) to me when it's recorded. I really hear difference in tone and obviously prefer the tone i get while i'm playing. 

     

    Do you guys have any tips? 

     

    Thanks! 

    Nick

  4. hi guys, I've got a question about the helix tone i get from my DAW Logic. I run my helix into my studio monitors (KRK's) and via usb into my laptop straight into logic. 

     

    So the problem is that the tone sounds different when it's recorded and I'm playing it back. When I am recording and playing my guitar parts, the tone sounds more lively then when i play it back from Logic. I can't really explain the difference in sound but it sounds less lively (full) with les high end (?) to me when it's recorded. I really hear difference in tone and obviously prefer the tone i get while i'm playing. 

     

    Do you guys have any tips? 

     

    Thanks! 

    Nick

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