robert.gunter.5
Registered User
Join date: Jun 2013
114 IQ
#1
So I'm thinking of buying some recording gear. Problem is, and this is just what I've heard, in order to record something, for example, Guitar and vocals, I would have to record individual tracks and then symc them together. The problem is, if at all possible, I would like to record both at the same time so it would be easier to sync the audio up with the video, like if I'm playing and singing for a youtube video. Any help would be nice. Gear suggestions under $100 would be very nice. But I can go up to 200 if needs be. Also I need a small setup, if you can suggest one. I'm very limited on space, my bedroom.
GaryBillington
Last of a Dyin' Breed
Join date: Nov 2001
1,309 IQ
#2
Go read the interfaces sticky.

All recommendations for your options are already there.
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Gibson LP Traditional, LP Studio, SG Standard x2
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