#1
Hi guys!
I'm after an 8-track recorder to record my guitar (directly into it, through effect pedals) and my synthesizer workstation (which itself has a 16 trac seq).
Anyway, must be able to reocrd onto some form of smart media or cd-rom.
What can I get for about £100 used?
Thank you all.
Last edited by loopyloop at Jun 14, 2010,
#3
digital or analog?

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#6
Oh... what's a daw?
What's wrong with a Boss BR-532 or a Zoom MRS-8, or some Fostex?
#8
Thanks, my friend. So that's some software, then. In which case, I suppose, I need to get an interface to hook up instruments to the computer.
#9
thats the most common way of doing it today yes.

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#10
Yep, I get that... which interface I wonder, as my laptop sound card I don't think is all that great for such application. I understand that some interfaces double as a powerful soundcard too.
How is the Line 6 UX2 , for instance?
#11
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digital audio workstation.

well nothing, but do you really want to spend 100 on those?? save up and get something nice, but in the mean time.

research "Cockos Reaper". It can do anything ur 8 track can do and with more flexibility.


Researched it and like it, so I think I'm go for it. Can anyone advise on which interface to get, please? I need to plug in guitar (after going through my own stompboxes) and synthesizer.
How is the M-Audio Fast Track Pro, for instance?
Last edited by loopyloop at Jun 15, 2010,
#12
Should be perfect for what you want to do.
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