#2
i use a combo of garageband and audacity
Main Gear List:
Guitars:
Jackson RR7
Agile AL-3100 Double Bound
1977 Fender Jazz Bass
Amp:
Blackstar HT-5
peavey bass amp
Effects:
EHX Metal Muff
Ibanez Weeping Demon Wah
Danelectro 7-band EQ
#3
audacity. i used sony vegas before that cos i used it for video editing and i found ways to apply it for music. but audacity was pretty simple so i just use that these days.
Gear:

Epiphone Zakk Wylde Signature Les Paul Custom
Ibanez RG

Marshall JCM 2000 DSL100

Ibanez Weeping Demon Wah
Digitech Whammy IV
Boss BF-3 Flanger
Boss DD-20 Delay

Line6 Pod X3
#4
Professionally? I use Cubase...at school.
Home it's Audacity.
Jackson King V KVX10
Line 6 Spider III 75 W.
Peavey 5150/6505 Combo to be owned at the end of 2010.
#5
I use the stealth plug, is an amazing little gizmo, better than the tone port in my view and it comes with bundles of very good software. Amplitube live 2 and tracktion in perticular.
#6
ubuntustudio

JACK + ardour + hydrogen + loadsofstuff = win

Best of all, its all 100% free and open source

Audacity is pretty good if you're stuck on windows, its also free

Hardware, I use a shure sm57 and an Edirol UA-25
Last edited by t3hjames at Jul 23, 2008,
#7
I use Riffworks Line6 version and Line6 Gearbox for a pretty wide selection of tones. Its a flexible combination and very handy for those late night ideas. Its not a studio quality recording but its a lot of fun to use and simple way to share ideas with others. You can also drop a project and revisit it later and continue working like you never left it.
#8
Audacity.

Its free. Woot. It has alot of things that i dont like, but, it works and alows minor editing.
Great for just throwing down an idea exporting to mp3 and sending to the band.

So yeah free and for the most part it works YAY

-Ryan
#10
I use Cakewalk Music Creator. It's a limited version of Sonar and it's $40 to dl from the Cakewalk website. I haven't found the "limited" part yet...
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#12
Logic Pro 8

Paid for, not stolen.
Jackson SLSMG Soloist
Jackson DXMG
ENGL Fireball E635 100
Peavey JSX
Orange 4x12
G-Major
BBE Green Screamer
#13
Quote by pluckypigeon
I personally use Audacity. What other stuff is available??


audacity alone doesnt record a guitar.......

you need hardware like an interface, cables, stands, mics...
its all controlled with the software


Personally my sequencer of choice is Cakewalk Sonar. I am running Producer 7 right now. I think it is well worth the price. the soft synths are great.