#1
How do you set each instrument to an individual track while each is palying simultaneously? Like this:

Guitar 1
Guitar 2
Bass
Drum
Vocals
Keys
#2
what is your setup?

for me, i use a roland vs1680, and it can do 8 simultaneous tracks on different channels, you just set it...

if you are using a computer you will need a firewire interface or something similar
My Guitars:
Gibson Les Paul Studio
Epiphone AJ
Ibanez Strat Copy

Amps:
Orange Tiny Terror Head
Old beaten up Peavey cab
Marshall MG30DFX
#3
Are you trying to use computer software or a field recorder? If you are using a computer than you will need an interface. What is your budget?
Originally posted by arrrgg
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#5
Set each input (instrument) to a mixer track.
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Fender American Telecaster
Boss OD-2
EHX Small Clone
EHX SMM avec HAZARAI
#6
thats not a big enough budget. it will cost you 500+
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#7
I agree it will cost more like 400 check out the presonus fp10. But then you will need mics as well
Originally posted by arrrgg
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#8
If you are all playing all at one time you will need to get a large interface which will start around $100, (PreSonus FP10). If you have a smaller interface, have each person play their part one at a time and make a new track for each person.
#10
Actually I think with the entire band combined, we'd have a budget anywhere from $400 - $600 dollars

Quote by moody07747
If you are all playing all at one time you will need to get a large interface which will start around $100, (PreSonus FP10). If you have a smaller interface, have each person play their part one at a time and make a new track for each person.


Never again will we do this unless we have tons of time. Takes to freakin long
#11
I was talking to moody, lol, not you.

I don't mean to be a knobhead, but recording good music does take a long time, and if you're not willing to put that time in, then you probably shouldn't bother. Sorry to put it so bluntly.
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