Boss gs-10

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2004/04/06 15:04:16 (permalink)

Boss gs-10

I am trying to use music creator with a Boss GS-10. MC came with this guitar processor w/usb interface. The only way I can record is to set audio out to gs-10, but the recorded playback comes through the gs-10(because that's what I told it to do!) and the rest of the music(tutorial 1) plays out the computer. Also...
driver error for nvidia nforce audio, I tell it to use anyway. Seems to work.
I have been at this for 5 days now, it wasn't until day 4 that I was even able to record. Help! Help! Help! Shuttlexpc is going to get launched out the window!
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    Shifty Geezer
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    RE: Boss gs-10 2004/04/07 04:14:01 (permalink)
    What's a GS-10? Is it connected to MIDI or Audio or both?

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    dennis.w
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    RE: Boss gs-10 2004/04/08 13:27:15 (permalink)
    Boss gs-10 is a guitar effects processor, hooked up to usb. Midi is through the usb (internally).

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    RE: Boss gs-10 2004/04/08 15:27:51 (permalink)
    Set the Input on the track you are trying to record on to the GS-10, but set the output to the nforce. This will alow you to play your guitar through the effects processor and record the processed signal. If you want to be able to change the effect do this instead. Hook up a clean guitar signal to the nforce. Set the input to nforce and the output to nforce. Record the track. Now that you've got the track laid out, change the output of the track to the GS-10. When you play back the track you should get the sound going through your GS-10 allowing you to change the effects patch. To record the effected audio, insert a new track, set the Input to the GS-10, but set the output to the nforce. Arm this track only, and record. This will give you the processed guitar track and a clean track to work with. Now, for the audio card. I've got the nvidia nforce. I noticed it only worked if I was using the MME driver set and I always got the same error message you did. The only thing you can do is to click use anyway. I strongly suggest getting another soundcard. I suggest the Audiophile 2496 $150. I've also got an Audiophile 2496, which is what I use for recording and midi. It will give you high quality and a little headroom if you ever decide you want to upgrade your setup. Get PCI not a USB.

    Good Luck!
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    RE: Boss gs-10 2004/04/08 17:36:32 (permalink)
    Thanks for the reply, I'll try your suggestions. As for audio card, the shuttle x is the size of a toaster and has no room for card only agp video, but the nvidia video is great no need to change. When I choose nvidia for playback the R button in the track pane won't click. I got rid of the clicking noise in recording but don't know how.
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