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ok i wanna kno (very detailed) the best way to record, best equpment, and best ways to record a 4 man band......but im new at this so dont make it not understandable
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wha?

first learn english =P
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ok i wanna kno (very detailed) the best way to record, best equpment, and best ways to record a 4 man band......but im new at this so dont make it not understandable


whats your budget?...how much are you looking to spend?
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The best way to record is to go to a $1,000,000+ studio, have the engineers on hand track the stuff and then send it over to Chris Lord Alge for mixing. After that send it over to John Scripp for mastering and you will be set. Question answered.
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The best way to record is to go to a $1,000,000+ studio, have the engineers on hand track the stuff and then send it over to Chris Lord Alge for mixing. After that send it over to John Scripp for mastering and you will be set. Question answered.

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Love that answer!!


And "best" is a totally subjective term in the production industry. Whats best completely depends on the listener...

Now i'll soon be posting a thread on the UG S.E.E.S. group bout recording set ups and techniques. You can check it out sometime in the next few days.
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u guys s***

you've sorta lost the opportunity of getting aa descent answer to your question with a response like that!

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#10
Tough crowd...

Are you looking to record the band live or to get each person to record their part one at a time.

If your recording the whole band live at the same time I think you will need a lot of mics to record...especially for the drum kit.
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The best way to record is to go to a $1,000,000+ studio, have the engineers on hand track the stuff and then send it over to Chris Lord Alge for mixing. After that send it over to John Scripp for mastering and you will be set. Question answered.


That's a good one, I'll have to remember that. What do you suspect the actual cost of that would be haha?