#1
Hi there,
I want to record my songs in my home with not so expensive equipments. But I want the sound quality to be really good. What should I get for recording (they have to be compact)?
#2
are you gonna use analogue or digital recording equipment, i.e. tape or computer to record with
#4
There are a lot of these questions in this forum already, but here we go:

Line 6 toneport, Mbox, Firepod, Lexicon Omega, Mackie Onyx... These are some of your computer choices.

There are too many recording solutions for stand alone multitrackers.. You'll have to do some homework there. Some are digital, some record to tape. Neither is better than the other completely, but digital is probably a solid choice for the beginner.

You have to let us know what you're recording. Guitar probably? Voice? Drums? A whole band at the same time?
And a budget would help. How much can you afford?

I recommend looking at similar threads to this one.
Agile AL-3100 (highly recommended)
SX SST57 strat copy
OE30 Hollowbody
SX fretless bass
Epiphone PR-200 acoustic
Yamaha G-40 classical
Epiphone Valve Junior head
1x12 custom cab
4x12 Behringer Half-stack

My Solo Stuff

My Band

#6
Quote by moody07747
get an interface, the Mackie Onyx Satellite is great.
same price as the Toneport UX2 but much better preamps and construction IMO.


The Mackie Onxy Satellite also has pretty good A/D conversion as well.... a friend of mine has one, he swears by it.
Agile AL-3100 (highly recommended)
SX SST57 strat copy
OE30 Hollowbody
SX fretless bass
Epiphone PR-200 acoustic
Yamaha G-40 classical
Epiphone Valve Junior head
1x12 custom cab
4x12 Behringer Half-stack

My Solo Stuff

My Band