Author Topic: Katana head line-out is messing with MY head  (Read 93 times)

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Offline TexasaurusRex

Katana head line-out is messing with MY head
« on: October 10, 2017, 01:53:13 PM »
I have used my Katana head to record via mic and 1x10", 2x12", and 4x10" cabinets. Amazing response, rivals that of the best tube amps we've rented for similar sessions. I am having problems translating anything close to similar tones via the line-out into interface/ laptop. I recently updated to 201 vs, and only had a few minutes to see what up and will check more when I get back home. I have an older Roland/Cakewalk VS-20 usb interface with Guitar Tracks4 and simulated amps/pre-sets that drug out of storage upon learning of the re-done drivers/support for VS-20. It sounds better than my Katana head's line-out, but when I add cabs and mics, nothing touches the Katana. I need help translating close approximations between the two, something I haven't set or adjusted isn't right. Bottom line-The line-out of my Katana going into USB interface isn't sounding near what I am sure it can sound like and it has to be my lack of...I don't know what yet.
THANKS

Offline admsustainiac

Re: Katana head line-out is messing with MY head
« Reply #1 on: October 10, 2017, 02:07:04 PM »
I have used my Katana head to record via mic and 1x10", 2x12", and 4x10" cabinets. Amazing response, rivals that of the best tube amps we've rented for similar sessions. I am having problems translating anything close to similar tones via the line-out into interface/ laptop. I recently updated to 201 vs, and only had a few minutes to see what up and will check more when I get back home. I have an older Roland/Cakewalk VS-20 usb interface with Guitar Tracks4 and simulated amps/pre-sets that drug out of storage upon learning of the re-done drivers/support for VS-20. It sounds better than my Katana head's line-out, but when I add cabs and mics, nothing touches the Katana. I need help translating close approximations between the two, something I haven't set or adjusted isn't right. Bottom line-The line-out of my Katana going into USB interface isn't sounding near what I am sure it can sound like and it has to be my lack of...I don't know what yet.
THANKS

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Offline TexasaurusRex

Re: Katana head line-out is messing with MY head
« Reply #2 on: October 13, 2017, 06:32:22 AM »
My lord, man!    "You will benefit from other user's knowledge....pdf docs in this thread" . Benefit is beyond an understatement, that is an amazing amount of info. I very much appreciate you  pointing me right where I needed to be. I could have happily wandered around the forum for forever,you really lined me out. So very cool, thanks again.

 

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