#1
I'm starting to record with my band now... I just have a few problems

I'm the lowest of the low at the recording tech right now... guitar - pedals - amp - computer - ableton

of course you know it sounds like crap inevitably. What is the CHEAPEST way out, to get a starting sounding to record? Currently, I have 30 bucks with my drummer, to get something, so that means drastic measures.
ESP F-250
Tubescreamer TS7
Boss DS-1
Boss Metal Zone
Jackson JS30KV
Vox AD50VT-212
POD 2.0
#3
lol, I can save up... I just want to know the cheapest way into it. I want the cheapest, since my band MIGHT break up, and i don't want to waste money on something that would then become something I wouldn't use for a while.
ESP F-250
Tubescreamer TS7
Boss DS-1
Boss Metal Zone
Jackson JS30KV
Vox AD50VT-212
POD 2.0
#5
Quote by StealthyHayze
audiacity and your screwed for recording drums

My friend has a condenser mic
ESP F-250
Tubescreamer TS7
Boss DS-1
Boss Metal Zone
Jackson JS30KV
Vox AD50VT-212
POD 2.0
#6
a condenser mic doesnt make it instantly sound good. and sorry, cheap and sound quality don't usually go hand in hand.
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It was such a good suggestion you gave him pi?

yeah, he gave me pi.
#7
i got a decent setup for about 300 dollars, and i use free software like fruity loops and audacty

the cheapest way i would guess would be directly out of your sound card or with a usb mic or something for about 50 bucks and using audacity, you'd have record seperately and drums will be hard. but thats the cheapest solution i know.

dude, recording is expensive ****, 30 bucks isnt going to get you much
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Epiphone Les Paul Standard
Epiphone Elitist Paul Mccartney Texan
Orange Tiny Terror
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Vox V847 Wah
Metal Muff EQ (broken )
Boss RC-2 Loop pedal

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