#1
When i use a cheap recorder to record myself singing, is that actually what i sound like, or are there certain sounds it wont pick up accurately?

I'm hoping the answer is no, btw. Not pleased, haha.
#2
It will be fairly accurate, but lower quality.

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#3
I was hoping you wouldn't say that, lol. Ah well, I'll upload something and you lot can tell me if i have a good foundation to work on. Atleast I know i'm not deluded if i'm disappointed....I seem to sound alright in my head.
Last edited by Lucbriggs at Sep 17, 2014,
#4
Depends on the device used. I often record rehearsals with a Zoom H1 ($100) and the results are surprisingly good.
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