I'm looking to get soem recording equipment for home use, nothing to expensive (under £300 if possible),something relitivaly easy to use, with reliability and good features. Are tape recorders any good for first time users? Any adive would be greatful! what should i look out for in a multi-track recorder? Cheers
oh no, i wouldnt consider getting a tape recorder - go with something like andy digidesign or maudio products (with comp)- you can find alot of stuff on e-bay... or look at musiciansfriend.com to look at different stuff, you can learn alot obout the products there... you cold go with something simple like - Fostex MR-8 8-Track Digital Recorder, good one for starters...
Just find any cheap mixer that has Stero output, a 30-40$ mic, some quality cables and find yourself a app to record into like Sonar(i find is the best) (by find of course I mean steal...and by steal I of course mean legally purchase, lol
you dont need a lot to record, just go with the basics...Run instruments into the mixer, than out into your comptuers input line, Sonar is pretty simple to use once u get the basics of it.
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Probably the best way to do it for a low price would be through the Line 6 TonePort, which is $130 US on Musicians Friend. It'll handle guitar, bass and mic input, as well as coming with an app to do mixing and tone/amp adjustments. Plus its all usb
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i have a program to record sound........ i hook up the electric to the comp in the Line In or Mic inputs and record away...... then we add the second guitar and bass the same way........ i like it because you can move around the recording of a certain part to another part of the songs....... wich causes to bring new ideas for the songs.........
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