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Reamping is a studio recording technique that involves taking a recorded audio track (usually guitar or bass) and playing it back through a guitar amplifier, then capturing the results by recording the output of the amp to a new track.

Re-amping is a process often used in multitrack recording in which a recorded signal is routed back out of the editing environment and run through external processing using effects units and then into a guitar amplifier and a guitar speaker cabinet or a reverb chamber.

Latency and Re-amping

I've got a little vamp I recorded as a project that is currently Midi Drums (Superior Drummer) with a bass track and 3 guitar tracks (each played through my M-audio Profire 610 interface and using Guitar Rig 5 pro to model. Here's a quick mix:


Moving guitar reamping rig to unfinished basement ?

I am considering moving my guitar reamping rig to the basement to free up space in my mixing room where it is now. The guitar rig is currently heavily treated in all directions (not an iso box) to stop immediate reflections and give a clearer sound, but the room is somewhat on the small side.

Radial JCR reamp box - noise problem anyone?

Hey everybody i just embarked on my first reamping episode, sending my d.i. out through my PreSonus audiobox, into the XLR input on my jcr reamp box, then the output of the reamp box hitting my mic'd up peavey 6505+. I was getting an okay tone but the amount of noise coming from it makes the tone unusable.

re-amping with Focusrite Saphire 56

Hi, I'm new here, though not new to recording, but I have run into a problem that I can't seem to find anyone who knows what I am talking about. I want to re-amp a bass guitar. I am using a DOD active DI to split the signal and capture both the mic'd sound and the DI signal into my new (part of the issue) Focusrite Saphire 56.