Guitar FX Processor

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    lethalweaponforever New Member

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    Does anybody know of a guitar FX software that i can use on my pc to add distortion and such effects. Do i need a seperate sound card for this...or can i run it with my onboard one
     
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    Yup I've used one a year ago....!! It easily runs on onboard sound card. But the issue I faced was the sound comes out of speaker(delayed) much late than I strum. I think it was the sw issue.
     
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    COOL!!! Whats the software called??? is it freeware??
     
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    no not of s/w its of h/w due to latency .
     
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    yep when I used with onboard sound card and default m/s driver it showed latency and when I connected my keyboard via delta 1010 sound card with its driver there is negligible latency.
     
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