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Guitar pedals + sound card: What's wrong with the combination?

A recommended setup would include impedance matching and voltage matching (line/mic) there’s not a risk of damage but for cleaner recording and less noise you should use direct boxes between XLR and ...
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Guitar pedals + sound card: What's wrong with the combination?

It will not cause any damage to your pedals - as you can see from that video, you can pop effects in there quite happily as an FX loop. Having delay or reverb in their own effects loop isn't ...
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Sending bass from VST to bass amp

IMO, if the keyboard player fulfills a bassist role, then it is a good idea to use a bass amp! This way, at least on smaller stages you're sure that the bass will be properly present everywhere on ...
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Sending bass from VST to bass amp

I would probably go for a combined setup: Get a reamping box (reverse DI) to ensure correct levels and impedance. You can hook up the interface with the box using XLR and continue on to the bass ...
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Focusrite Scarlett 2i4 to my Bass Amp. How to connect?

The CD input on most amps doesn't use the pre-amp section or EQ, it's just fed to the last part of the amplification and in to the speaker at maximum volume. What that means is that you'll have to ...
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