#1
I know what you guys are like so I'll keep this quick and simple

.I'am in a band
.We are at the point where we want to record
.I have to find a way to record my guitaring parts
.We are going to record each instrument on its own and then put them together
.I need something thats simple, quick and able to record to P.C
.I have a budget of £120 so nothing too flashy


Thanks guys
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#4
Quote by 3Dpaper
audicity and a mic?
if you have a mac, garageband?


This. If you have to buy something go with cubase or cakewalk.
Quote by dubstar92
A few years a ago, I played with it alot and got my time down to 42 secs. Right now, I'm probably around a 55 sec average.
#5
righty-o cheers guy

I was thinking about one of those POD things (cant remember the name) you know? which you plug into a usb slot? what about one of those?
#6
If you get you an EMU 0404 USB it'll come with a recording program. My PCI version came with several options. It's more of a zero latency external sound card.
Quote by dubstar92
A few years a ago, I played with it alot and got my time down to 42 secs. Right now, I'm probably around a 55 sec average.
#7
A guitar effects processing unit. Like a Line6 pod or a Korg or something. You can get some of those pretty cheap.
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#8
Quote by Capt_Clarkson
I know what you guys are like so I'll keep this quick and simple

.I'am in a band
.We are at the point where we want to record
.I have to find a way to record my guitaring parts
.We are going to record each instrument on its own and then put them together
.I need something thats simple, quick and able to record to P.C
.I have a budget of £120 so nothing too flashy


Thanks guys
*INB4 "searchbar" because I looked and found nothing helpful*

I want to hear this.
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#9
Yea basically what everyone else said audacity a mic. or you can get a direct guitar to computer USB they sell them at target. You'll probably need a mic for the other stuff though.
#10
Quote by Jackal58
I want to hear this.

well it will be alot easier that way, if we recorded as a full band, and a person screws up we would have to keep re-doing it till we got it perfect and plus seen as we all are kinda busy we could record when it best suits us
#11
Quote by Jackal58
I want to hear this.



That's how I do my recording, one track at a time. You can hear one example on my profile.
Quote by dubstar92
A few years a ago, I played with it alot and got my time down to 42 secs. Right now, I'm probably around a 55 sec average.
#12
You don't need a mic.

All you do is buy a 1/4 inch (guitar cable size) to 1/8 inch (plugs on computer size) stereo adapter (they are like $5).

What i do is, Guitar--> Korg Toneworks-->Computer(using a guitar cable and the adapter). Works well.
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#13
Quote by DZCunuck
You don't need a mic.

All you do is buy a 1/4 inch (guitar cable size) to 1/8 inch (plugs on computer size) stereo adapter (they are like $5).

What i do is, Guitar--> Korg Toneworks-->Computer(using a guitar cable and the adapter). Works well.

wow that works? thats pretty cool, and cheaper
#15
isnt there a forum for this?
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#16
Quote by Capt_Clarkson
wow that works? thats pretty cool, and cheaper


If you have an amp with a headphone jack, you can use that instead of the Korg toneworks or Line6 pod or whatever.
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Jackson Dinky DK2L
Epiphone LP Standard
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Bugera 1990 w/ Peavey 2x12 cab