#1
So me and my friends have a sort of band setup, and we need to be able to record. what ive been doing at the moment is recording with a digital video camera, and then just extracting the sound file. However, the sound file that i get doesnt work with most editing programs, so then i have to convert it again, and it sounds pretty crappy by then. Is there any easier way to do this? Such as using a computer microphone and recording with windows sound recorder? And, would a Rock Band mic work for that?
#2
yeah a rock band mic would work

already tried it
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#3
I'd recommend a Toneport, if you're on a low budget.
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#4
yea a toneport interface or something similar for better audio recordings. you will have to track each instrument one at a time but it will be a nice little setup.

then export as WAV and import it to an NLE video program.