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  1. Well its actually the fact that the tone is a bit altered as opposed to the one recorded thru line-in. It is a bit more hollow, less upper frequencies. So I was figuring that maybe the Radial would not alter it in any way. Yes, I recorded some songs with Gearbox. But a tube preamplifier's distortion is so much better, richer.
  2. OK, just tried this setup and it works ! Now I have two tracks, one wet and the other one is dry so I can now edit the DI signal and just apply the cuts or whatever to the wet track. BigChas52, Triryche thanks for your help. Additional question: is it worthwile to buy a better DI Box like a Radial ? This setup works but maybe a higher quality DI will produce less hums or inteferences ?
  3. OK, Im gonna need to buy an additional xlr cable. Gonna post the results as soon as Im gonna have it.
  4. Yes. http://www.palmer-germany.com/pro/en/PAN-01-DI-Box-passive-PAN01.htm
  5. By wet I mean only the tone from the preamp. I dont use gearbox at all when recording. By dry I mean a clean signal without any tones, a DI signal. I mean this device is supposed to split my signal into two just like BigChas52 said. So while I have the preamp connected to it, I should end up with two simultaneously armed tracks which record those two seperate signals. IDK.
  6. Yes my preamp has an XLR line out. What do you mean by using the TP as a preamp ? I think that when I record I should have two tracks armed at the same time. The first one should get me the wet signal and the other one a dry signal which should be different visually. That would be ok too. Cause I would "see" on the dry signal where to cut/paste in the wet signal. I would just edit them both at the same time.
  7. I tried it and it worked. I mean, I can hear the preamp now. Now, there's still a problem because the waveform does not look like a DI signal, looks almost the same as my line-recorded preamp signal. And I want to use this DI Box to be able to edit easier. I set up two tracks to record, one with send 1 and the other with send 3. But they both seem to be wet and they are the same visually, not good.
  8. Cable coming from the OUTput of the DI Box and going into the INput of the preamp. I watched some tutorials on YT on recording DI and everything is connected properly.
  9. Yes, I have the send 1 set for the recording. But opening gearbox is not an option because I want to record it with the preamp's tone that is connected to the DI Box, not with the Line6 tone from Gearbox/Podfarm.
  10. Hello I just bought a DI Box and I have a problem with getting a wet signal with it. I want to record a tube preamp through it and to have the advantage of easy editing. So I want to record it with the preamp connected and I want to keep that sound but to have a waveform that is easier to edit. The problem is that I dont hear the preamp at all, Reaper is recording just the dry signal. Could somebody tell me how to set it up ? Am I missing something ? Connection: guitar=DI Box IN preamp=DI Box OUT->preamp IN interface=DI Box->XLR->Mic In of my Tone Port The DI Box is a Palmer 01, recording is set up for mic input 1.
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