#1
First of i wanna say iam sorry if i posted this in the wrong section,i didnt know if i was to post this in The Pit ore The Mucian Talk,but since i play bass i thought i post here.


i was wondering is there any free music program that enables you to record your bass thru a Mic ore if you plug it straight into the computer and use a adapter,and that gives you the advantage of recording diffrent tracks and mix them stuff like that?

the program should be free

/cheers
#2
audacity
theres a thread about it in the recording forum i think, check that out
#3
Quote by AdamV
audacity
theres a thread about it in the recording forum i think, check that out

Ah Recording forum you say,ill check that right now

#4
I've used to use Goldwave, it has a very long try out period.
But it expried a few days ago, and to be honest, other programs aren't as good as it.
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make sure you have a amp/preamp before you plug in

And whatever you do, if you're using your bass head, do NOT run it from the speaker out to your soundcard. You would have to be an idiot to do that *lowers head in shame*
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And whatever you do, if you're using your bass head, do NOT run it from the speaker out to your soundcard. You would have to be an idiot to do that *lowers head in shame*


Well, then how exactly would you do it then? I have the GK-700RB-II, how would I hook that into my laptop then? (I have the instrument cable to usb converter cable)
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#9
Everybody wants a free program that is decent and bug-free for audio editing. Frankly, if you want a proper audio edition program, look in some magazines and on websites for the best programs. It might be hard to justify the cost of these programs, but once you do, you'll find that having enough money is an investment well spent.
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#10
Just download something intermediate-ish off a p2p network. I downloaded a cracked version of cakewalk that usually costs 300 for free. so yeah, cakewalk, adobe, nero and everyone has ok recording software. google is your friend.
#11
Quote by mhylands
Well, then how exactly would you do it then? I have the GK-700RB-II, how would I hook that into my laptop then? (I have the instrument cable to usb converter cable)

Use the line out, tuner out or something like that.
#12
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#13
Windows Recorder...
Audacity works fine, too. But the interface is ass ugly.