#1
in the room wherei keep my drums, guitar, and bass but i cant exactly sing to well (my singing voice would be average but my skill is a 0) so would vocal lessons help me at all? and what program can i get to record and mix all the tracks together (i don't really like audacity it crashes all the time on me) I'm 16 but i don't plan on actually getting any of this done for another year or 2 but when i do start what order should i record in (with drums, lead guitar, rhythm guitar, bass and vocals)
#2
As far as software, I'd say reaper is the best. It's simple and it does a lot.
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#3
Dude, if you are serious about recording, then I would reccomend getting into a band.
#4
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Dude, if you are serious about recording, then I would reccomend getting into a band.


i do have a band but we are all a little to spread out to practice and record and since there aren't many people in my town that play instruments and even fewer that are serious about it