#1
I have a little problem:

We (my band) have a mic and it's not bad, but we only use it for the shows.
For recording we use a cheap pc mic which obviously sucks.

What I'd love to know is how to record directly for the PC, using my decent mic in the cheapest way possible.

thx in advance
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#2
you can get a converter, like the one you use for headphones to amps.
#3
ask ure local Music store/porn store if they got any.
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#4
do you know where i can find one of these online ?

btw thx
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#5
You'll want a mic stand and a shure sm58 or another similar dynamic microphone and the find an XLR to smallest jack size plug, i have one so i know you can get them.

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#6
If you plan on recording it track by track, make sure you have a very large hard drive. Loads of ram will be needed if you plan on running effects on guitars from the software.

Oh, it sounds like you will be doing a live thing - 1 microphone. Well don't expect great quality, just try and position it well, and try and get your levels equal.
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#7
Yeah you might want to try recording each part separately, which might be weird if you're not used to practicing without the rest of the band. Drums go first.
#8
Yeah I know that part, then bass, then guitar, then vocals.
thx for the help !
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