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This diagram will show you how to do it.
Just make sure that you use the color codes for the Dimarzio.
There is a difference between a Hardware Compressor and a Software compressor. HUGE DIFFERENCE!
You guys realize you can goto View -> Instrument Panel to write for Drums and a non-guitar instrument, right? The drum panel pretty much lays out all the beats you can have and any other instrument will let you write with a full piano.
Its okay, I think Cubase is crap :p I never really liked how it looked and how much I had to go through to get something the way I wanted it.
Also, the version that comes with most M-Audio products right now is the M-Powered Essentials which is a version with some of the extra plugins and goodies taken out.
I don't know about their track record, but my band has a Behringer mixer/audio interface and it works fine for what we use it for (mixer for recording drums and vocals and audio interface for guitar). I'm sure there's better stuff out there, but I'm a 15 year old with not very much money so it made sense for us.
What do you mean by low quality? The EQ works fine so I don't see what the problems are.
I see what you are saying. Are there ways of recording mics direct into the line inputs? By using a cable like this: http://www.zzounds.com/item--CBIBLUC ?
1. Do I need to purchase a soundcard still after the audio interface?
2. What software should I use? I seem to see Protools all the time as I look at gear. I believe all the interfaces you guys showed me are compatible with it.
3. With the RME FireFace 400 that was shown...how exactly could I record around 8 channels at the same time? There seems to be plenty of line ins but only two mic ins.