#1
So I have decided to buy a toneport and I was wondering if you guys had any suggestions? I know about the POD's but that's pretty much the only toneports I know anything about. So any suggestions or information you guys could give me? I guess I just want to do self recorded stuff. Like buckethead, Greg Howe, Periphery, idk I have a whole range of music I like to play so anything that can give good and diverse tones and effects and records well/easily.

I am also looking for some recording software. I know there's protools but, like the toneports, Idk about any other recording interface/software. So any information on that too would be greatly appreciated.
#2
ive got a toneport gx and its damn sweet,there are better models now but it does the job,i suggest starting off with audacity although people say reaper is quite good.
#4
Reaper is infinitely better than audacity. Give the free trial a go.
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