#1
i mean one that is presentable.I'm wondering,because i'm making my cd off of one(don't have pro-tools)and it's all i've got to work with.My album will be guitar instrumental based..
#5
yea, but it probably wont sound good.
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I have no opinion on this matter.
#6
Yes. You might have to mix some tracks together (mix as you go) to make room for everything though.
#8
Can you? Yes. Will it sound professional? No. WIll it work as a demo? Yes. Will it sound retro? Yes.
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#9
Quote by Zugunruhe
yea, but it probably wont sound good.


Beatles. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. 4-track. Sounds awesome. (At least I was not an e-dick and said, "You lose!". )
#10
Quote by necrosis1193
Can you? Yes. Will it sound professional? No. WIll it work as a demo? Yes. Will it sound retro? Yes.

This. If you're trying to impress the hipsters always go analog.
I can honestly say I have really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like.


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#11
If you need multiple-tracks, special effects, or any form of percussion instruments; then no.
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#12
Springsteen recorded Nebraska on a 4 track and that album kicks ass.
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