Reamp'd Guitar sounds phasey
Old 10th May 2012
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Reamp'd Guitar sounds phasey

I have a DI track on 3 separate songs that I recorded for a band during the same session. The back is Rock/Metal. I Reamp'd the signal and I blended it with Amplitube. When both tracks are playing I get a Phasey sound.

Problem is it only occurs on 1 song. The other 2 are fine. Listening to the raw DI tracks sound fine, so no issues there. I even deleted the reamp'd tracks and did them over. Same settings used for all 3 songs in amplitube and the amp. I am lost....

Any ideas on how to fix this without re-recording?
Old 10th May 2012
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My guess is that you have not a working setup with automatic delay compenation.
Old 10th May 2012
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Nudge!
Old 10th May 2012
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Originally Posted by bace View Post
My guess is that you have not a working setup with automatic delay compenation.
But the question is how do I fix it? I have tascam us-1641 and on win XP pro with Reaper 4.22.

And if this is the cause how come it only is a problem with 1 of the 3 songs?

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Originally Posted by Jazz Noise View Post
Nudge!
Need to toy with this more.
Old 10th May 2012
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Have you adjusted anything in Amplitube on the track with the problem?
i've never used it but If it has the option of moving a 'virtual' mic that could be the cause of the 'phase' problem when mixed with your reamp track
Old 10th May 2012
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Could also be a buffering/latency causing the phase. Have you adjusted buffer settings?
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