#1
Hello guys!
I wish to start recording some 'professional' stuff with my computer, because playing to a crappy microphone is just...
In my computer I have a Sound Blaster® Audigy? 2 ZS, I don't know if I can do anything with this, and my amp is a Roland Cube 60.
What would you recommend me? I am an absolute newbie in recording gear. I would like a good microphone to record Electric/Acoustic guitar and Vocals, something like that.
Thanks
My Gear

Guitars:
- Schecter C-1 Hellraiser
- Ibanex GRX40
Amps:
- Roland Cube 60
- Fender Frontman 15R
#2
a large diaphragm condenser mic like the MXL 770 would work well for acoustic/vox. Quite cheap and gives a good sound.
For electric you can't go wrong with a Shure SM57. This is also passable for acoustic/vox
#3
Would I need any recording interface or something to get a more 'professional' sound?
And how do I connect the Shure SM57 to my computer? Do I need a 'special' cable or something?
My Gear

Guitars:
- Schecter C-1 Hellraiser
- Ibanex GRX40
Amps:
- Roland Cube 60
- Fender Frontman 15R
Last edited by Masterwork at Jul 13, 2006,