#1
Ok the only thing that i own that can record something is an mp3 player. I would be satisfied with this if i could just get the sound quality a tiny bit better. Does anybody know of something that i can use to do this, possibly a computer program (cheap...perhaps free)? I am a one man band and when i try to record two tracks over each other it sounds absolutely terrible. I'm not looking for really high quality, just something slightly better than i have.
#2
get audacity, which is free.. and a 3.5 line cable with a 1/4 adapter.
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#3
er, line in cable, these things shouldnt cost more than $12
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#5
What are you recording? If it's voice, you can probably do alright with a dynamic microphone like the Behringer X8500 and a XLR-1/8' cable, or just a used Samson Q1U. If it's guitar, try a light snake and use a free software amp like Freeamp 2.0.
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#7
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im just recording some guitar parts, possibly bass


Go for the lightsnake then, or a multi-effects pedal (Line6's offerings can swing both ways).
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