#1
I was gonna use audacity, but i figured due to its simplistic nature, there might be sumthin better for electric guitar
If it is attatched to an amp and doesnt go shred...what...what the hell is it?? Eww..
#3
cubase is good,
if your a beginner pro tools can be tricky, I found cubase way better
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#7
do i need a special sound card or somethin?
If it is attatched to an amp and doesnt go shred...what...what the hell is it?? Eww..
#8
Most of the time if you buy a good recording soundcard it'll come with Sonar LE and a basic Cubase program. I would recomend getting a new soundcard, then you can utilize zero latency drivers.
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A few years a ago, I played with it alot and got my time down to 42 secs. Right now, I'm probably around a 55 sec average.
#10
Quote by Merciless_Nasty
do i need a special sound card or somethin?


You'll need an M-Box for Pro Tools LE or HD

You'll need an M-Audio soundcard for Pro Tools M-Powered

You don't need a specific soundcard for Cubase or Reaper (or any other program but i'm not sure)