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Rocksmith Cable as Pro Tools input



Hey everyone,


I spent a decent amount of time configuring Pro Tools (Windows 10) to use my Rocksmith Cable and ASIO4ALL as an input to record directly. There weren't any tutorials and it was pretty frustrating, so if there's interest I will make a guide for it. Let me know below if you'd like me to cobble a tutorial together!


I also use Guitar Rig 5 so if people need help with that as well I can write something up, but I think there's better documentation on the internet for that!



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First thing you will need to do is get the ASIO drivers downloaded and set up to recognise your RS cable as an input and away you go.


you can get the drivers from here-http://asio4all.com/

Thanks for the reply! Already try it! But still no input on pro tools and when I click on playback devices to configure it, it just freezes and close, any recomendation? What else can I do? Thanks in advance!

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RS câble is no playback device (input only), you have to aggregate one in your asio4all driver so you'll have an output as well as the input when selecting those drivers in PT.


That being said, you'd better go for a decent audio interface, starting from 100-150 €$ you'll find plenty (focusrite, zoom, presonus, Yamaha, Steinberg, Roland...)

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