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Old 2003-04-26, 23:07
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by the way, this cool edit thing rocks. 128 TRACKS ... wow... after you get the hang of it, recording's a breeze.
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Old 2003-04-26, 23:13
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I have a Digitech GNX3 that I record through. I have a SmartMedia card in it. Record all my guitar tracks and then put the card into the SmartCard reader attached to my computer. Then I do the best I can to edit with Cakewalk Guitartracks. Its pretty weak (the version of guitartracks I have) or I dont know how to use it...one of the two. I am needing to get a new drum track program....the Digitech has a really weak drum loop machine. Maybe I should just find a real fuckin drummer. Im gonna try some of those programs.


I have GNX3 too, if fucken rules! How much was your smart card media reader?
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Old 2003-04-27, 05:01
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I wanna record my bass on to my computreer, but i got a bad feeling that it will blow my speakers
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Old 2003-04-27, 20:18
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ok hey this is for any of you POD users out there on there computer
ive been having my pod for about 2 months now and i just bought some addapeters for it to go into the sound card from the output. now i put the output in the recorder slot of the back of the soundcard now how do i get sound and record i have cool edit 2.o but how do i start recording from here
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Old 2003-04-27, 20:51
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ok i have sound out of my speakers on the computer but when i play it dosnt record when i click record on the sound recorder any help?
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Old 2003-05-02, 12:00
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Dude the MR200 from Fostex or something is pretty cool, you can transfer
files from the recorder into the computer by using USB
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Old 2003-05-02, 12:21
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Piper:
Bring up "play control" (don't know if that's the real english name, the thing you get if you dblclick the little speaker in the system tray, with lots of volume controls), and click Options->Properties. Click Recording, and check mic input and line in (well, really, only the one on which you connected your guitar). Click OK, and check the Select checkbox under the correct volume control.
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Old 2003-05-10, 11:59
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Guitar Direct Recording

hi !

i am searching a preamp for direct recording guitar in my sound card
what do you think the best (im playing death metal)

rocktron (voodo valvle) ?
line6 podXT ?
Behringher V-amp2?
mesa boogie rectifier recording preamp ?
or other maybe ....

thanks for your advices

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Old 2003-05-10, 13:57
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Pod- it's got a decent price, and can model most amplifiers with amazing accuracy. It's not exactly the same but for $250 it's pretty damned good.
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ive heard the pod is the best bang for your buck..
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Old 2003-05-24, 19:36
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The PODXT is pretty expensive, put the POD 2.0 is great....
Plus it has footswitchable effects....The fooswitch is only
30 - 40 bucks. The POD itself (2.0) is 200 bucks depending where
you get it ...I recommend you to go to EBAY
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Old 2003-06-10, 21:42
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recording Q!

Whats the best setup to record guitar and vocals? I got a good computer program, but my mics suck ass. Anyone use recording on their pc? what kind of setups do you use?
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Old 2003-06-14, 08:14
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Actually I'm in the process of recording my Demo / Album, I also need a good
Mic for recording vocals, probably you should get a cheap mic for 10 bucks from
SONY and Envelope the excess noise.
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Old 2003-06-14, 09:19
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I'm using a old h&K Tubeman (little tubepreamp with a lot pssibilities to connect to any hardware) to play directly into the mixer (mini Behringer 16 channel), From the mixer i have an connection to my pc. I'm using an old Steinberg Cubase Version to record audio over the mixer. Voices is a little bit difficult, because you need to have a good microphone, a place where you can sing without any soundreflections from walls etc... And you need a good voice .....

It's easy to use a pc for soundrecording. A other question is the recording. You have to know, who you record different sources (bass, drum, vocals....)
For guitars you should use a good pickup(for acustic guitars), for electric guitars use a good preamp (an other possivility is the recording from a 4x12" Box. I've build a big woodcase, where i can put the big 4x12 Box in, and a good nicrophone. Then i close the big case, so you will hear nothing outside, when you play. This is the way to record the fat marshall sounds in a house with many stressed neighbours)
For Drums you should use 3-4 Microphones (or more) ....one for the snare, one for the cymbals, one for the base.....and record on different tracks.......
The rest for songs i take mostely any samples an drumloops since i have no bandroom with a band anymore. But the digital fuck is not my world. Yesterday i have recorded 3 guitartracks, 1 basstrack, 1 sologuitartrack, and the rest out of my soundlibrary........and ready is the song, but with a complete band you will have more fun to record.


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Old 2003-06-15, 06:05
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I record with a mic computer and it suits me just fine. Maybe because i play mostly blackmetal.
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Old 2003-06-15, 08:26
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I'm also recording a demo, but I can't afford a mic that is over 50 bucks....
Do you guys know anything about mics that are good and under 50 dollars?
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Old 2003-06-15, 13:32
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I don't know what your situation is like, but what me and my band did when we recorded our demo was that we used a mixer table (is that the correct word? you know those thingies with a hell of a lot of volume controlls....) that we borrowed from school (the guitars go to some multi-FX and then to the mixer, and then on to the PA), and plugged a computer in the "Rec Out" on the mixer. Then we recorded all of us at the same time, and then made individual recordings for each instrument.
This obviously requires acces to some pretty expensive equipment, but if you can get it, then it's a really good way.

As to just cleaning up an MT2 without getting crap sound, I have no idea...
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Old 2003-06-15, 18:34
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Actually I downloaded Cool Edit 2 Pro, and it comes with an EQ which makes
the guitar sound better than if you we're using Windows Sound Recorder
or sometimes Cakewalk. The Program can let you record 128 tracks
and I personally love this thing....I just plug my guitar into my amp,
then I use my headphone jack to connect to the computer's line-in.
I LOVE THIS PROGRAM.....

P.s. Cool EDit is like 250 bucks.....But there's always something that can stop that
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Old 2003-06-20, 21:12
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Does anyone have a GRAPHIC EQUALIZER preset for Cool EDIT PRO 2 that
I can use to make the guitars more heavy?
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Old 2003-06-20, 22:00
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Make the guitars more heavy by yourself, dont use programs to edit it. If you do and then play live your gunna suck balls. Im debating wether or not this should be in gear or not, but its not neccessarily "gear"...o well.
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