#1
I was lookin for a decent piece of recording equipment
it cant be 2 expensive, though. 400 dollars is as high as im willing to go
#2
you could get a lot more help in the riffs and recordings forum.

what kind of recording equipment? like a multi-track recorder?
Gibson SG Standard + 18volt EMG-81 & 85
Mesa/Boogie Mark IV + Recto 2x12
Keeley Modded BD-2
Vox V847a
Quote by one vision
Bureaucrats gonna crat.

Recognised by the Official EG/GG&A Who To Listen To List 2008
#3
Quote by UnsignedRecords
you could get a lot more help in the riffs and recordings forum.

what kind of recording equipment? like a multi-track recorder?

yeah, like a 4-track recroder, somethin like that
if u have a link 2 a site, that would help 2
#4
If you have a decent-spec computer, I'd actually recommend getting an Mbox Mini - that's the new cheapest entry that comes with Pro Tools LE 7.1. $300
#5
i havent been using so much computer recording/editing, but you should probably check that Mbox Mini out.

or you could go the way i went with something like this.
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Tascam-DP01FX-Digital-8Track-Portastudio-?sku=241107

or get it with an $80 mic for $50 more.
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Tascam-DP01FX-and-V63M-Bundle?sku=242190

should be pretty decent.
Gibson SG Standard + 18volt EMG-81 & 85
Mesa/Boogie Mark IV + Recto 2x12
Keeley Modded BD-2
Vox V847a
Quote by one vision
Bureaucrats gonna crat.

Recognised by the Official EG/GG&A Who To Listen To List 2008
#6
Are you looking for a computer multitrack program as well or are you just looking for a real multitrack recorder.

i bought a korg D4 4 track digital recorder however just atfer a month or so I went and bought mixcraft 3...i would give it a try...it might save you loads of money...I wish I found it before i bought my Korg unit.

You can try before you buy...you need to buy an interface to connect instruments to computer.

Computer recording is better bcause you can edit songs with ease...you can copy and paste that perfectly played riff anywhere in your song.

Maybe you dont want to record on the puter however its esier to share your music files when its already on the computer...just mix down tp mp3 and bingo your ready to share your tunes...just find a free host site like "dmusic" that will host mp3 files.

Mixcraft 3 (doesnt support midi yet)...next version should...free to try for 7 days
http://www.acoustica.com/mixcraft
Go to this page to hear my original song recordings

Click Here
#7
^Audacity will be fine for what they are doing and will not cost $50 after only a week.
PM Me for any help you need with recording systems/tips
Quote by BrianApocalypse
Good call

Man, you should be a mod, you know everything.