I recently found out there is some kind of a signal issue when I use my Peavey Xport. No matter what guitar I use, or how much time I spend EQ-ing, when I play power chords, the lower root note almost entirely kills off the second one, so it does not sound like a power chord, but instead it sounds like a wall of noise, especially when I use heavy distortion sounds from for example Amplitube or Bias FX. Does anyone know what to do so the tonal frequencies don't overkill each other? I tried Schecter, Jackson, ESP, BC Rich, Fender guitars. I tried everything I could with knobs and switches and EQs and noise gates, but I just can't get any natural sound. I used Logic Pro on my mac, but I tried and heard that FL Studio on my Win7 has slightly better recognition. I also tried changing Sample rate up and down but there is no real difference (only for single notes ofc). The higher I play, the better it gets. The real problem starts on D, A, E strings. And ofc the more strings I play at once the worse it sounds. Full chords sound crappy even with clean presets.
Thanks in advance for any advice given.
Powered by the USB bus and featuring both Headphone and Line outputs, the Xport provides musicians with a simple, hassle-free digital recording solution.
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