#1
I stumbled across this before, and thought this might be handy for those of you who are doing, or planning on doing covers of you playing songs on youtube. You can read the article here: http://learningguitarnow.com/blog/recording/how-to-record-a-video-while-playing-over-a-backing-track/

The main points are:

-Most camera mics are bad quality
-To get more views you need to spend a few extra minutes making it sound good
-You don't need to spend a fortune buying expensive recording equipment. You can use Audacity which is free.

Cheers
Last edited by Paul Bright at Apr 6, 2011,
#3
Reaper is really good for recording, and it's pretty much free if you can deal with a 10 second nag screen.
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#4
Quote by Portuguese_boy
Thanks mate, looks really helpful..

Even though advertising is against the rules i think.


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Last edited by Paul Bright at Apr 6, 2011,
#5
Quote by blizzboy
Reaper is really good for recording, and it's pretty much free if you can deal with a 10 second nag screen.


I've never used reaper before. But looking at their site: http://www.reaper.fm/ It looks impressive
Last edited by Paul Bright at Apr 6, 2011,
#6
if i dont have a beringher mixer, a beringher sound card will still work for me right? i'm not to recording savvy, is that right?
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