#1
i read the zoom hd16 or something can record 8 tracks at time so can do live gig but the 8 track version says 2 tracks but still claims it can record a live performance.

how that work?

would be better to have a track for each instrument cause can mix it to get levels right.

also would the boss br600 be able to record a live gig

and how would i go about setting it up to do so?
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#2
honestly, i'd just set up a few mics in the back or something. or maybe in front of the stage, and record with those. then you'll get the audience in the mix.
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#3
yeah but how would i do it on the 8 track and would it work at a good quality?
Gear:

Gibson lpj
Epiphone Les Paul Standard
Epiphone Les Paul 1960's Tribute Plus
Schecter s-1
Marshall JCM900 100WATT HEAD
Fender mustang 1
Dunlop Crybaby
Danelectro Distortion
Tanglewood exotic electro acoustic
Westfield Bass
#4
i don't see why you couldn't.
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Gretsch Electromatic Pro Jet
Fender Deville 410
Electro-Harmonix USA Big Muff
Digitech Whammy IV
MXR Micro Amp
Dunlop Crybaby Wah
#5
surely you would jst plug it into your DAW and click record.
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#6
ah good good, im guessing the quality wouldnt be much different to normal would just be live
Gear:

Gibson lpj
Epiphone Les Paul Standard
Epiphone Les Paul 1960's Tribute Plus
Schecter s-1
Marshall JCM900 100WATT HEAD
Fender mustang 1
Dunlop Crybaby
Danelectro Distortion
Tanglewood exotic electro acoustic
Westfield Bass