#1
I just need to record guitar and vocals but i need it on my computer
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#2
Check out Audacity pretty good piece of recording software considering it's free.
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#3
Quote by Ripper_66
Check out Audacity pretty good piece of recording software considering it's free.

Yea what this guy said.
#6
there are a bunch of free recording programs online just search for them. You will need a mic. I suggest a shure sm-58 because it is good for both guitar and vocals, though if you can get a condensor mic that would be better. The MXL 4000 is an amazing mic especially for acoustic guitar, and its great for vocals, live and recording. You will also need either a mixer or m-box and of course the cables and things needed to hook it all up
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#7
Shure sm 58 is the best value for money when it comes to recording mics. It's good for vocals as well as guitar.

Then you will need a USB interface, Line6 make some pretty decent ones for cheap. Otherwise just ask at your music store.

I use Audacity to record and edit my recordings, it's really good, there is a tutorial on how to use it in the original recordings forum as well
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