What do you use to record songs?

Discussion in 'Beginner's Q&A Forum' started by lord_neo, May 30, 2005.

  1. lord_neo

    lord_neo Guest

    Your own computer if so which software? if any other hardware do mention it.
  2. deathdr_87

    deathdr_87 Awesome Guitarist

    i have used the krystal recording studio - its free and quite powerful....

    problem is that my sound card really sucks...

    my advice:
    go get a good soundcard - check bharatmusicals - (thats the online shop na?) - ull get a good card for some 3k...

    then download sme free software (or maye dish out another2-3k for good software) and then record...
  3. Mr. Scary

    Mr. Scary Bass-tard Child

    yeah ive been using that latley too. Sometimes i use Cakewalk...not too bad either
  4. light_of_erindi

    light_of_erindi New Member

    I use Nero's recorder plus editor that comes along with the CD burning software....it's pretty basic but does the job.
  5. akkyy21

    akkyy21 #%@!$&

    Audacity,.... it rocks!!!
  6. vini

    vini Repeat Offender

    whats the max recording time limit of audacity..where is it available??
    i used to use microsoftz sound recorder..:p it obviously sucks..will the regular mic do with audacity..me got no pick up in guitar..so hafta use external mic..enlighten me a bit!!

  7. d_ist_urb_ed

    d_ist_urb_ed Genuflect b*tches!

    Audacity, serves my purpose well. But of course, my sound card sucks totally, i seldom record anything so it's ok.
  8. sayanakaharry

    sayanakaharry Forum Leader

    best in business is cakewalk pro audio 9
  9. DrSaurabh

    DrSaurabh Wh@+s Up D0C

    Audacity courtsey fatima:)
  10. sachoo

    sachoo drenched in my pain again

    You guys have awesome things ....

    I hv got one mp3 player cum recorder cum flash drive..

    n it's not a good recorder n it's broken too :cry1:

    still m gonna rock n rec this weekend...

  11. Seelan

    Seelan Soldier Of Fortune

    is there any free software which allows you to combine 2 different recordings? Like you wanna first record your lead , then you record your strummings then you combine it ?
  12. sayanakaharry

    sayanakaharry Forum Leader

    you mean a multi-track recording software which is free? of course!! the best are audacity, kristal and n-track studio. the last is particularly cool if you like sequencing too and work with VsT plugins and instruments.
  13. Seelan

    Seelan Soldier Of Fortune

    yeah i got the audacity and its great :) thanks sayanakaharry .
  14. the_wizard

    the_wizard Omega == God

    u cum twice in a single post
  15. slash_i_m

    slash_i_m Laid to Rest

  16. UjSen

    UjSen *#!EVIL*!!

    LEmme try using my mp3/ recorder
    (great idea!) cause the sound rcorder on my mp3 is pretty good>
  17. vishalj

    vishalj Banned

    Cheap ass mic and Cool Edit Pro
  18. valentino600

    valentino600 Raj Aryan

    cool edit pro is good....
  19. valentino600

    valentino600 Raj Aryan

    but audacity is simpler to use i geuss....
  20. DJCrunkMix

    DJCrunkMix Get crunked up!

    I use ACID Pro 6.0 .... It ownz :), Also Ableton Live 5.0 and Cubase SX3 kicks ass but its too much of mumbo-jumbo for me :p: especially if I am not using any MIDI device ;)

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