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There's of course plenty of ways to do that. The easiest way on Windows would certainly be to load both a SoundFont synth and an amp-simulator plugin into a DAW, but I suppose that's not the solution you want. If you'd like to keep it down to a single executable and, as I suspect, you're more interested seeing in how intonation influences distortion-...


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Unfortunately it is tough to generate a good sounding distorted guitar using only digital means. Although as sampling gets better this is slowly getting better as well. Your idea of sampling a clean guitar sound and then routing it though a distortion unit and back into your DAW would be the route I would take assuming you cant get your hands on a real ...


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Imagine a professional mix engineer who has just started playing guitar asking you "How can I play guitar as well as Tom Morello or Pat Metheny?" You would probably see at least 5 - 10 years of practice in their future to be able to play guitar at a professional level, if not much more (20 years?). You are in the reverse position. Creating a professional ...


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Nothing beats recording live from a great amp. However, even a guitar player with 20 years under his or her belt might need to use laptop setup with a DAW to put down ideas. Producers and engineers need to know how to get good tones even if they don't play instruments (of course, playing instruments helps). You didn't mention what style of guitar music (...


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If I understand correctly, this is what you're looking for: Scarlett 2i2 This is a REALLY good USB interface, that I've personally used for about 2-3 years(I actually have 2 of them). It is also the same, or lower, than the one you linked, depending on where you purchase it from.


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