Help with ReValver MKIII and USB interface
I have been experimenting with the Revalver standalone today on my laptop and I have an idea what I'd like to do but not exactly how to do it.
Essentially, I would like to use ReValver as my home practice amp. I'd like to pass my guitar through an ASIO interface to the ReValver software and then output via ASIO back to through the interface device and finally run it to the effects return on my amp.
I have a Tonelab that has USB interface capability, and supposedly it can send signal to the computer via USB, receive it back via the same USB and output to an amplifier, and it actually works, EXCEPT for the fact that the output on the Tonelab really doesn't like having the USB cable plugged in. Even with the Tonelab turned off, if it is plugged into the computer via USB, there is a loud hum that cannot be tweaked out. It has nothing to do with ReValver. It's as if plugging in the USB interferes somehow with the output from the TL.
Is there something else I can employ as an interface which will work that way? I saw that the M-Audio Fast Track MKII has the guitar in and a headphone jack. Can the headphone jack be run to the effects return on my amp and give me what I'm looking for?
Or is there a better way to do this altogether?