That looks interesting
I'm using an Ubertar hexaphonic system....http://ubertar.com/hexaphonic/one_and_two_string_pickups.html
Soon, I'm be pairing a version of that (Little Torpedos) with the LR Baggs Anthem pickup...hopefully the best in electric and acoustic sounds on my acoustic guitar ...Experimenting with this stuff is 100% fun...
If you're playing in real-time, you're best off using the native Scarlett (ASIO) drivers. ASIO4ALL had more CPU draw last time I tried it.
Now, along the lines of pipelinaudio's comment: I've done screen recordings of my DAW using Filmora Wondershare - B2/BFX for guitar, and a gaming headset for commentary. Because the headset and Scarlett are considered different interfaces in Windows, I have to use VoiceMeeter to get both in the audio stream. Output routing is: VoiceMeeter is set at MME - headest; Filmora output is my PC speakers (looks as you're monitoring everything from the Scarlett outs). I get no latency, nor feedback or delayed and repeated guitar sound. I can't hear my voice, but who cares?
@pipelineaudio Not sure what you are looking for but it is pretty awesome and easy to use. Search on youtube for 'mainstage guitar live rig' etc. A lot of church gig, 'Praise and Worship' players seem to be really into it.
Just chiming in to advise that I had the same issue when moving the amp match module out of the chain. The amp made a high pitch sound and the software freezed. When I turned the amp off, it made a massive pop through my cab
if BA2 performs as poorly with many presets installed now as it did when i tested a while back, that wouldn't be a great idea anyway.... having even just half of those installed greatly increased the time it took to start the app, to a pretty ridiculous extreme. If they haven't fixed that, i wouldn't bother.
Ideally, I get this going cheap, simple, easy to use and reliable enough, that some manufacturer (hint hint) just ends up building us this thing themselves in an even more convenient package, including hosting third party VSTs, maybe some scripting, definitely a full FX suite, autoengage, sensible midi, etc....
@felix Yes Bias amp2 software is 188.8.131.5235, Bias Amp Mini firmware is 0.1.2.107,and my I pad mini is running 11.3.1. Thank You for your time. So it should work with a Ipad Mini than? I tried to reset my bias amp mini guitar but got the same information box after it tries to initialize " Disconnect Your Bias Mini Guitar has been disconnected"
Now, i think about the price and how to implement my idea with minimal money. Without "non science fiction".
Reading on the forums about Linux, I was looking for information about how to solve the problem with delays when record on Linux OS.
ASIO is a crutch only for the Windows operating system.
I asked myself if my plug-in can work with the sound already recorded via WASAPI.
Answer - Yes. Easy.
Therefore, my Audio interface is necessary, only for working with a licensed software (such as POD Farm from Line 6) or if the internal processing of the processor is unique (AxeFX, BiasHead, Helix and etc.). And if i monitoring my guitar play and record.
For implementation, we need:
For example Mini PC ASUS VivoStick PC TS10-B041D built-in our sound interface. (In the future, I call this chain - "package")
Your PC with which you normally work while recording. (In the future- "work")
On your "package" -PC we install DAW like Reaper with bounded functional
3.1. First track for monitoring sound with which you are comfortable playing
3.2. Second track for record only Audio interface sound, without software plug-in processing.
3.3. Third track record direct signal without any processing.
3.4. And install playback interface.
From our "work" PC we send a audio stream in playback interface on "package" PC, under which we will play. It can be a metronome, mp3, or a project in the DAW (for example: bass,drum,riff guitar, without solo guitar and we recording our solo)
On "package" PC we buffered our input soundtrack, so that playback is not interrupted.
Record our guitar in DAW on "package" PC.
7.Export our record to "work" PC. For example: We can create scenar export. For inputs = wirelles signal. (We don't need monitoring input stream on-line in "work" PC, we monitoring it on "package", so latency not important). Or we can manually (CTRL+C,CTRL+V) transport our record on our "work" PC.
On "work" PC we finally processing our project any plug-in without ASIO driver.
Now let's count the money
"work" PC - you have = 0$
Home WiFi - you have = 0$
mini PC ASUS VivoStick PC TS10-B041D = 140$ on Ebay
result 140$ + price for audio interface (my Line 6 GX if new = 50$) = 190$
My "work" PC without problem processing 3-4 plug-ins like Helix. I have Core Duo 8400 it is very old processor. So to record 1 track without heavy post-processing, we do not need a super powerful processor type I7 8700k.
Depends, do you like celestions? if so then it can be worth it; however Bias 2 supports all IRs so you could get some others for less than $100...but I do know on iPad that they are really freaking nice....If you have the spare change I'd say go for it.