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Old 05-21-2010, 10:12 PM   #14
nfpotter
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Originally Posted by brainwreck View Post
been a while since i used gearbox. if i remember correctly, you can change the input/output types and record both wet and dry signals simultaneously to reaper. just think of gearbox as an external device going into the toneport's audio inputs. also, i remember that stuff not being exactly intuitive. you definitely don't need the plugin to record though.
Yes, what you're talking about is recording the "wet" signal from outputs 1-2 to one track, and the 3-4 output "dry" to another track. I do it all the time, every time I record guitar with the UX2. Leaves you lots of kick-ass options to play with later in the mix, by using other amp sim plugins on the "dry" track.
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