#1
I posted this in the pit but I was redirected here.

I have to do some home recording on little money. I prefer a raw sound, so I won't do the original recording with a computer. I'll be recording vocals, bass, guitar, and drums. After I record, I'd like to be able to easily transfer it to a digital format.

I need some advice or a point in the right direction. Thanks.
#2
What type of budget we dealing with?
If you are looking into portability you could go wtih a digital MTR such as a Frostex or Zoom H series...
Last edited by moody07747 at Nov 10, 2008,
#3
Quote by moody07747
What type of budget we dealing with?
If you are looking into portability you could go wtih a digital MTR such as a Frostex or Zoom H series...


I could always obtain more money if required. I'm not sure about the current rates or anything. So, I request whatever I could get that's considered cheap but has an okay sound.
#4
Read though Tweak's Guide (in my sig)
That guide should give you an understanding how everything is done and should go over many different pieces of gear. Their message board is also nice as it has many reviews and polls for best gear for each price range.

You should be able to know what to buy after going though that guide. This section is a nice start though:

http://www.tweakheadz.com/rigs.htm
#5
Quote by moody07747
Read though Tweak's Guide (in my sig)
That guide should give you an understanding how everything is done and should go over many different pieces of gear. Their message board is also nice as it has many reviews and polls for best gear for each price range.

You should be able to know what to buy after going though that guide. This section is a nice start though:

http://www.tweakheadz.com/rigs.htm


Thanks!