#1
im not sure if this is the right place to post this but oh well.
what method do most people use to record there bands songs to put on a band site/myspace or whatever? of course a studio would be best but my band doesnt have access to one lol.

btw, if this is a stupid question, instead of flaming me just ignore the post
#3
I use Audacity (songs in my profile are recorded using that). But Rain Bees is recorded using Fruityloops, which is pretty complex.
#6
Audacity blows. Save money and get something decent, honestly.

I have a G Track mic with this Cakewalk software that came with it...Total, it was all like $130. Just splurge a little and get something good.
Who dat?
#7
thx, i will check out all of the suggested things.

p.s. wow people on these forums reply fast!
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#8
-Audacity
-Pound Shop Microphone
-Someone who tries to make out they know what they're doing (Moi )
-Guitar Pro for Drums
#9
Quote by moderas
thx, i will check out all of the suggested things.

p.s. wow people on these forums reply fast!


Haha, you only find that in the Pit. The other forums are empty compared to here.
Who dat?
#10


This is a rough MS Paint drawing I did a while ago. Is this an okay setup? (the instruments wouldn't be that close to the mic)
Last edited by thewho65 at Sep 30, 2007,
#11
Quote by Chikitty_China
yup. audacity is the best definently



No, but it's free which is good.
#12
Quote by CrashedTheShow3
Protools.


If you want to get stuck using Digidesign's hardware, sure.
#13
Quote by thewho65


This is a rough MS Paint drawing I did a while ago. Is this an okay setup? (the instruments wouldn't be that close to the mic)



Instruments should me miked individually. That setup would be okay for a scratch track, where quality doesn't matter.

Also, it depends on the shape and size of the room.