#1
Does anyone have any suggestions on what the best way to record keyboard is?
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#2
if you have a set of L and R outputs run that into an interface or try your stock sound card with some adapters.

or you could run the headphone out to your line in though a TRS cord.


The BEST way to record your keyboard would be to run the output into an Apogee Ensemble FireWire Digital Interface and use a MAC computer as the DAW.


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#3
I almost always record it via the midi signal into Cubase. I have a Korg M1, which has some pretty cool sounds, but I have so much flexibility with soft-synths within Cubase (and they sound great!) that I can control the end result much better once it is in the software.

Additionally, if I flub something somewhere, I don't have to re-record. Just point and click my mistakes away!

CT
Could I get some more talent in the monitors, please?

I know it sounds crazy, but try to learn to inhale your voice. www.thebelcantotechnique.com

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