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skullShakerFeb 12, 2010 2:24 PM GMT
So now i have a room that I'm setting up as a studio. Very new to this but I got the hook up on studio gear, mixer,montars,( good friend works at MACKIE )my computer has the Ableton live on it and only used for music.
I have to try this was wondering how many of you do home recording? I always get good help from you guys, evryone is very helpful and only hope to be of some help someday to other player. As soon as I can I post photos, of my room.
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I have done a little home recording.I am using a Korg D888 8track,Yorkville monitors,audio tech 4040 mic,FMR audio preamp and compressor.I have made one cd of my original songs so far.You can listen to samples on CD Baby.Title of cd is "INVITATION TO DANCE".I really never have set up a studio,i justt did it in my living room.Carl
It must be fate. Today I received an offer in the mail for a free copy of "The Complete Recording Guide" from Electronic Musician's Personal Studio Series. I don't know where they got my name, but when I saw it I immediately thought of this thread. Here's the info:
www.DiscMakers.com/EMGuide03or call800/468.9353 to "get your FREE recording and marketing guide"
Full dislosure: I have no connection what-so-ever with this company or its people
Mondo, I looked that issue up and was sent to a link where anyone can request a free copy.Everyone who reads this should take advantage.
I record myself, but I don't have a great gear. Just a low-fi studio. Mics: Audix Fireball, Shure SM57, sennheiser e835s. Soundcard Creative Soundblaster Live. Monitors are two big russian hi-fi speakers "Vega" (not prefect but relatively flat, much better than most computer soeakers). ART Tube MP preamp, small behringer mixer, M-audio MIDI keyboard.
I record to check my progression and make improvements. Mostly lesson materials I'm working on. Use a mic from Radio shack (real cheapy), plugged into sound blaster card, and have audacity software for the recording.
If you don't want to spend a lot I've had pretty good luck with the Zoom H2 recorder. Like many others though, I just use it to check how I sound and where I need to work on improving.
Thanks again Harp friends I'm getting the room ready hope to get some music down and let others hear it. Have some friends that have done some rec and are happy to help with them and you guys I hope to HARP on with this part of my music.