#1
At practice, my band usually just jams. We play for a while and when we end we think "Hey, that could be a cool song... if it wasn't 20 minutes long". So I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions on how to cheaply record ourselves playing so we could go back and listen to it and put together songs.
#2
well if any of you has a decent computer you can just use audacity. Its free and is a relatively good recording program, for the price especially. But its really only suited for doing one instrument at a time, but as soon as you catch a good riff you can record it and them have everyone else add tracks to it to make some good demos.
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