#1
I have the Cubase SX3, Cubase LE4, Deckadance, FL Studio 8, and my Digitech RP350.

Now I would like some tips about home recordings, introduce me new programs... and anything else you wanna say...
Last edited by ger_rock at Jul 18, 2009,
#4
experiment. when you find hours and hours of time, set up mics in different places etc. set mic up down a hallway from the amp, and especially experiment with mic drums...
Guitars and Bass:
Fender Strat Mex.
Epi Junior
Epi Special
Ibanez Artcore (AS73)
Kawai Hand Made bass
Ibanez Acoustic
Yamaha Classical

Recording Stuff:
Korg D12
tascam 4track
peavey mics etc.
#6
Get a Zoom H4 or Zoom H4n, and use Cubase. Experiment with mic placements. Learn how to use the software. Take a class.
Instruments:
1972 Fender Telecaster Thinline Semi-Hollow Reissue
Epiphone SG Special II
Squire Affinity P Bass
Squire Fretless Jazz Bass
Pirles Banjo
#8
It's definitely important to experiment with where your mics are setup, that will definitely change your sound.

In terms of a program I often use Audacity which is free and works fairly well unless you're recording a butload of tracks
#10
It's better to use the ZOOM-505 II instead the RP350?
And where can I find those ampsims?