This is where you’ll have to do some trial and error by clicking on the input and output device icons. Nashville Telecaster, Bass, etc. It also worked on BandHub, only the former includes a guitar amp simulator, while the latter picks just the bare guitar sound. There is no way the USB guitar link can be picking up the mic signal but, it could also be noise. Update Yesterday I reset my PC and had to reinstall this stuff again. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Using the headphone output on the Behringer to connect to a guitar amp gives a lot of noise, hiss, crack and other crap as soon as a component is loaded.
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Guitar Rig 5 w/ Behringer input problem | NI Community Forum
The digital amp effects sound fantastic and just like the real thing. I have not had the problems other posters have had. Does this really matter though? If you use ASIO4All and Behringer’s USB driver together, you behringef select your audio output to go directly through your sound card after the signal’s been processed through your recording software.
If you get crackling, then your latency is too LOW, and you need to raise your buffer setting. Works well and is perfect with my Guitar Rig4 software. He has recorded in studio many times and was impressed with the production quality you can get with the available software. I am sorry, I see from your screen capture your setup is almost identical to mine.
I plan on getting one for myself. Who knows what they “pack” there. I was using that with XP running on I know what you will think What is going on with Behringer? I have absolutely NO crackling, noise or latency issues.
Five Stars Works great. Number 1, I really appreciate your information, it has been a great aid in getting this far. Something is wrong here It comes with sparse documentation, and no CD. For others that may be having the same problem I was: This is where you’ll have to do some trial and error by clicking on the input and output device icons.
We encountered a problem while submitting your request. Click on the wrench to exit out of the ASIO configuration. If you install Behringer’s 64 bit drivers and ASIO4All, configure everything properly, you shouldn’t have any problems. If it’s already plugged in, remove it and plug it back in again.
Setting up the Behringer Guitar Link UCG102 on windows
Looks awesome, very versatile too if it can handle a condenser mic. This is why I purchased the device in the first place.
It would be nice if Behringer would update their manual and website to provide better setup instruction. I have a BCF and its Windows “plug and play”. Yesterday I reset my PC and had to reinstall this stuff again. Here are some steps to get you going in the right direction. Using the headphone output on the Behringer to connect to a guitar amp gives a lot of noise, hiss, crack and other crap as soon as a component is loaded.
For this device, I am running it through Guitar Rig 5 and Mixcraft with impressive results.
FYI, this guide telling people to use the Behringer as input and your onboard sound as Output is simply bad advice to workaround this buggy piece of crap that Behringer sells. Everything works OK as soon as the Behringer is set up as the recording device in windows control panel. Now you can happily record yourself playing.
Hello, I follow your guide but I have this problem: I followed my own guide this is partly why I write these things down, for myselfand found some minor differences:. Behringer say they have no and had no!