Multitrack recording / mixing software and other music hardware

Discussion in 'Guitar Gear Talk Forum' started by hell_boy, Mar 10, 2005.

  1. hell_boy

    hell_boy New Member

    hi 2 all budding composers out there(let's chat on recording)

    well ppl i have a major query does any one know any freeware for multitrack recording /mixing software
    secondly any one of u kno about any drum& bass machine
    i am thinking of buying the ps02 by zoom so any reviews?
     
  2. souman_das

    souman_das New Member

    if you can shell out some money than buy zoom 707 that has inbuilt drums and bass settings.
    it is good it costs around 5000 bucks
     
  3. Khopdi

    Khopdi New Member

    bucks bolay toh?
    rupees ya dollars?
     
  4. hell_boy

    hell_boy New Member

    bucks bole to rokra
    anywas souman i already have a multi effect processor digitech rp 300 but while recording the inbuilt drum machine sucks so does of zoom 707 ii . however a friend of mine told me about the ps o2 by zoom a recording palm top studio. that's why i am seeking some advice or rather a second opinion as it costs 15 grand( ie 15000 khopdi)
    also the cakewalk virtual multitrack recording software of mine is due extension period thus trying to find some cheap/free software.
     
  5. tejas

    tejas ..........

    If you want a serious drum/bass machine, for recording, you better buy one exclusively for that, because the ones offered on processors like Zoom 707 and 707 II are not good enough. But Zoom does have some good Drum machines, for example try this - http://mhmusic.co.uk/item242.htm . This one costs 'bout 13000, so you decide.
     
  6. JeffreyDJ

    JeffreyDJ New Member

    hey u guys...try audacity...its multitrack n best of all FREEWARE!!!!!!!....n its open source.....its really good....also i wudn't recommend using the drums on any processors!...they're meant to be used only for practicing,not for production purposes...u want good drums get/borrow an arranger keyboard from the yamaha PSR series...there are enough in this country!!!!...u'll also get good bass grooves etc...highly recommend the PSR2000/2100/3000....let me know if u have any more questions abt recording as such...all the best
    Cheers
    Jeff
     
  7. h4f0n

    h4f0n New Member

    +1, audacity is a great FREE program :p:
     
  8. Khopdi

    Khopdi New Member

    lol hellboy, Does it mean rokra? *sarcastic*
    any way...
    Siilar to Audacity is another program called WavePad, freeware! try it out :)
     

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