#1
I don't need anything near professional quality, but i'd like to get sort of a archive i guess you'd say of different riffs and progressions i come up with. I got bad memory so i was looking into something like the TonePort or Lexicon Omega and wanted some opinions on either setups and if buying those gives me everything I need.Money is tight so i don't want to dump over $100 on gear to find out i gotta buy some annoying accessory or something. Thanks
#2
Me, all i use is a microphone, audacity, and my guitar. For what you're doing, it's all you basically need. Audacity is a free recording software, it gets the job done.
Honestly. Wtf?


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#3
Find a used dynamic mic such as this unit:
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/OnStage-Stands-MS7510-Mic-Pro-Pak?sku=270619

(I reviewed that mic pack, fair mic, outstanding stand)


Then get a used M-audio Fast Track USB interface.
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/MAudio-Fast-Track-USB-Computer-Recording-Interface?sku=703606