#2
Not bad, no vocals though?
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#3
LOL, I did the vocals with the guitar.

I tried to sing it, but I can't hit notes that high
#4
all those stereo tracks are just un-neccesary..drums & synth maybe...everything else should be mono
#5
It's just that my recording software automatically doubles it. :P

Is there a big sound difference if both channels are the same as opposed to mono?
#6
There is no reason to track in stereo unless one is recording an actual stereo source such as a 2-mic setup, a stereo direct source such as a stereo keyboard , or is routing the track through a stereo effect such as stereo reverb or chorus before recording.

If it's a mono source such as a direct bass or a single mic setup like a single mic on a git amp or a single vocal mic, there is no advantage whatsoever to recording the track in stereo; in fact in some DAWs that just takes away your pan flexibility later in mixing and also doubles your file sizes.
#9
PsychomanZ:
Ok, sweet. Thanks. One more question though.

What Hz should I record in? 192000? 96000? 44100? I just recently started recording in 48000 and the difference isn't that big.

Sepuloren:


nunu:
Yup, I used Audacity to mixx. I recorded all the guitars though my Sure PG57 off my Behringer GMX110 which amp'd my SchecterC1Classic.

I went to my friend's house and used his copy of Reason4. Just did a "record-what-you-hear". Then he sent me the MP3.
#10
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