I recently bought Guitar gods 3 expansion. There are indeed some great guitar sound but they are soooooo noisy. Some of them are literally unusable even with a noise gate. My questions are:
1- Is it just me? Do i have an electric problem with my computer or something like that.
2- If it’s not just me, what do you guys do? I have tried a noise gate, EQ, etc., and didn’t work out too well.
I’m having the same problem. I want to have that professional, clean sound when I play EZmix distorted effects, but I get that background noise in my sound… when I don’t play the guitar still has a background sound. How can I fix this? thanks
Did anyone fix this issue?
Not yet I guess I also have the same annoying issue without reason.
Same issue here.
a lot of noise in the background.
I use Izotope RX6 spectral noise reduction to clean up a lot of the extra noise, but I also don’t use alot of the GG3 sounds so off the top of my head I don’t know if they’re way worse.
I have a house with several dimmer switches and live next door (literally) to a power plant hub, so electrical noise is unavoidable for my demos. Even with all my dimmer switches killed, noise from any of my single coil instruments is unliveable without RX6. Bass is particularly bad. If you’re mitigating all forms of electronic interference already, you may have to settle for something like RX. Running the spectral de-noise multiple times on soft settings then stacking tracks (which I do anyway) yields good enough results for my purposes.
I could not recommend the Izotope production suite more. RX and Ozone are life savers.
i think i discover most part of my problem, and it was Windows and their drivers.
i found over internet, some people with my issue, and other users said that windows take the external usb card, as generic recoding and expand the Input signal as a standart microphone
i mean (windows10 and lexicon alpha recording)
down to ZERO or 5%
i hope this could help to other users…..
sorry for my bad english!