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Jan
22
comment Sound card for both recording and listening
In that case, a good external card is likely to help, yes.
Jan
22
reviewed Close Why is a major second not called a perfect second?
Jan
22
comment Sound card for both recording and listening
Decent: £100 to £200, but prosumer is more like £500-£800. Regarding your hum, currently your guitar, the lead and the amp will all pick up hum. You can't do much about this other than use humbuckers and practice further away from sources of mains interference because guitars use unbalanced leads (unless you are lucky enough to have a guitar with a balanced XLR... Rare) - but you can improve the resistance to further interference, and yes, an external sound card does help with this.
Jan
20
reviewed Reviewed Sound card for both recording and listening
Jan
20
reviewed Close what distinguishes jazz from classical and vice versa?
Jan
20
answered Sound card for both recording and listening
Jan
20
reviewed Reviewed Tension for nylon strings on Lyre
Jan
20
revised Front coil vs rear coil in humbucker
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revised Front coil vs rear coil in humbucker
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Jan
20
answered Front coil vs rear coil in humbucker
Jan
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revised Front coil vs rear coil in humbucker
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Jan
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revised Terminology queries
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Jan
14
revised What is a good software that allows on-the-fly looping?
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Jan
13
comment Is there a “standard” or “typical” drum kit layout?
Charlie - this seems more of a rant and pure opinion. Imagine if I said, "You need 5 toms, because otherwise if you are rolling down them and the 5th note is missing. What, play the 4th wrong note twice." What the OP is asking for is the 'standard' layout - and the top answers have listed the most common standard layouts. Have a read of our tour and How to Answer pages to understand how this site works, and what we need in answer posts.
Jan
13
comment Guitar tuning: Facing problems with High E string
Can you explain what you mean - do you mean you have already tuned the guitar, starting at the high E and working down to the low E, and when you check the high E it is out of tune (in which case Tetsujin's answer applies perfectly) or are you asking something else?
Jan
12
reviewed Approve Is it possible to create an effects loop with an amp that does not have send and return, with a mixer?
Jan
11
comment Baritone vs Seven String
Have a quick read of my post on this. It may help: music.stackexchange.com/q/3196/104
Jan
11
reviewed No Action Needed Which type of microphone is optimal to use for the singing piano player?
Jan
11
reviewed Leave Closed Can I use a DI Box to practice guitar without an amp?
Jan
11
reviewed No Action Needed Groovy piano/rhodes tunes