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computer based recording

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by neahs_number, Aug 9, 2001.

  1. neahs_number

    neahs_number 12oz Member

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    computer based recording

    Discussion started by neahs_number - Aug 9, 2001

    im looking to directly record line inputs right into my computer,,,ive been looking at **mark of the unicorn---pretty pricy though---**whats up with MIDIman and some of this Delta 44, 66 1010----hopefully someone knows about this shiot,,,nothin to fancy but something close to professional with balanced 24-bit,,,etc...

    what about editing software--any-body
    this is for a pc not mac

    tnx------------------n#
     
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  2. Klypse

    Klypse 12oz Elite Member

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    Klypse - Replied Aug 9, 2001

    I havent seen many, good, cheap soundcards out there, but Ive heard cakewalk pro audio is a good audio editing software. Its not that expensive either. Hope that helps a little bit.
     
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  3. neahs_number

    neahs_number 12oz Member

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    neahs_number - Replied Aug 9, 2001

    umm mostly vocals and guitar rythem, lead, classical,,,,,,i wanna be able to insert my own drum creations too---thnx alot
    flesh..........you to klypse
     
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