#1
heres a song I just wrote today. Lol if I dont record anything ill forget it. But anyway any advice on what I could do with it? also what could I get for recording equipment? right now I am taking a video recording, stripping the .wav file from it and using sound recorder to mix it. lol. anyway advice and criticism is much appreciated.

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#2
Nice. Can't wait for the vid.
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#3
I don't know how serious you want to get into recording and how much you want to spend, but getting a USB or Firewire "Audio Interface (with preamp)" and a real mic will get you a lot closer to studio quality.
There are tons of options, I chose the Lexicon Lambda interface and a Shure SM-57 for my mic. I still haven't messed around with them enough to get an incredible sound, but I just uploaded a quick demo I made onto my profile if you want to check it out.
#4
would this be worth the money? and does it come with software already or do i have to buy that?

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#5
It comes with the software Cubase LE, which I believe is "lite edition" or something, but it still has a lot of features. About a million more than sound recorder anyway

I'd say that'd be a pretty good starter kit. Buying everything separately though would allow you to choose maybe some nicer monitors or nicer headphones instead of both.

Also that microphone is a condenser mic. They are more sensitive to volume, and are usually more for vocals and acoustic instruments than electric guitar. You could probably still get a good sound with it, but getting something like
SM-57
or
e609
might be better if you record exclusively electric guitar.

I'd say do lots of research before spending the big bucks, but that's just me!
Good luck!
#6
ok thx a lot man
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#8
thanks man ill work on that.
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