#1
So I recorded a cover of Paranoid with my phone(currently posting on yt, if you want to see it then write) and it's, well, rather shit sound wise. I have a Behringer thingy thing and I can use it to record my guitar stuff with better quality, correct?

How do I go about that? What do I need? What programs?

How to make it sound decent?

Thanks
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#2
Here's the cover btw

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#3
What Behringer are you talking about?
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#4
Get something like Audacity or one of the paid recording programs (Reaper, Mixcraft, etc). Maybe your Behringer came with Albeton, I think they do offer a cut version with interface purchase.
So basically you record two things - your audio into the DAW and your phone audio and video. Then you import the mixed audio from your computer recording and the audio/viode from your phone into editing program, you use the audio files to sync, you drop out the audio file from the phone so you're left with audio from your interface and video from your phone.
Check the thread on freeware video editors:
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1704075
#5
I suppose you are talking about Behringer Guitar Link. It's ok for begginers but If you want to take it a bit seriously maybe you should check out a better interface like Focusrite 2nd gen for example (the cheapest 2i2 is ok for recording just guitar). As diabolical said, almost all audio interfaces offers free software. You can also test Reaper during 60 days before purchasing.
#6
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What Behringer are you talking about?

Like the one alexgarciasanz said.

Quote by diabolical
Get something like Audacity or one of the paid recording programs (Reaper, Mixcraft, etc). Maybe your Behringer came with Albeton, I think they do offer a cut version with interface purchase.
So basically you record two things - your audio into the DAW and your phone audio and video. Then you import the mixed audio from your computer recording and the audio/viode from your phone into editing program, you use the audio files to sync, you drop out the audio file from the phone so you're left with audio from your interface and video from your phone.
Check the thread on freeware video editors:
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1704075


Thank you very much


Quote by alexgarciasanz
I suppose you are talking about Behringer Guitar Link. It's ok for begginers but If you want to take it a bit seriously maybe you should check out a better interface like Focusrite 2nd gen for example (the cheapest 2i2 is ok for recording just guitar). As diabolical said, almost all audio interfaces offers free software. You can also test Reaper during 60 days before purchasing.


I thought about getting something better, but for now I'll stick to the behringer until I get some experience with recording.


Thanks very much.


I didn't reply because I had no internet, sorry :/
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