How to Record Output from Spark 40 Without Using a PC/Computer and a DAW?
JaysenStark last edited by
Can I record from the Spark 40 directly to a portable audio recorder? If so, what sort of cable and/or cable adapter would I need?
I want to record the audio to a audio recorder (I have a Zoom H6 and a Sound Devices MixPre 6) Both of those devices have XLR and 1/4" inputs. They also have 3.5mm inputs.
Is the ONLY way to do this to use a 3.5mm cable and connect the Spark 40 HEADPHONE output to my audio recorder?
The reason I am looking to bypass recording to a Windows PC direct to a DAW is: Frankly, sometimes I don't feel like getting my laptop, finding somewhere to place it, turning it on, starting the DAW, arming tracks, connecting the cable to the Spark 40, etc. If I found a way to connect the Spark 40 directly to my Zoom H6 or my MixPre6, I would probably leave that audio recorder right on top of the Spark 40 all the time.
What I'd like is: When I want to play guitar, I turn on the Spark, turn on the Zoom or MixPre, press record, and that's it.
Ian Clark last edited by
Yes, from the headphone jack should be fine. :)