Hey everyone. I live in a quiet area of the city, so I can't be blasting my recording equipment and microphone to get anything recorded. I've been looking into doing it on the computer but don't know what equipment to get.

I'm just a hobbyist so I'm not looking for something totally expensive. But if it's going to sound like **** then I'd prefer to spend more money.

Any ideas?
Audacity for a start.
What OS do you run?
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A good DAW an interface and a midi keyboard will probably get you moving.
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Digidesign mbox mini should run you about $300 or so, and it comes with ProTools software which, IMO, you can't beat
Now officially has too much gear to list

PM me if you want to know about my recording setup
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Could I get some more talent in the monitors, please?

I know it sounds crazy, but try to learn to inhale your voice. www.thebelcantotechnique.com

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