About 3 years ago I was recording at studio with my band and the producer has sort of amp cycle going on. Basically from what I remember: - The guitar was going into the interface and recording on a track in clean with no effects. - I assume that this track was then being outputted from the interface and then going into an amp. - The amp led to the cap which was mic'd up and sent back to the interface to record another track. - Thus creating the ability to record a guitar, do all the edits on the clean track. Then in playback the amp would play itself, and you could focus on getting a good guitar tone, then eventually record that tone onto the other track as a final guitar tone. Does anybody have any idea on how to do this? I assume its rather easy and I would love to play around with things on my interface to get the result. However the risk of breaking something tells me I shouldn't and should just ask professionals for help on the subject. I am running a Presonus Firestudio Project interface and using a Line 6 Bogner SpiderValve HD100 head. Any help, advice or input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Kyle.