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PostSubject: Analog Recording   Wed Jun 25, 2008 1:38 am

any1 have any tips? i just bought a cheap cassette recorder that came with a mic and i'm prolly gunna b screwing around and recording guitar, n drums and vox. the mic it came with is pretty crappy(i'v gotts replace it asap) but its good enuff to pick up guitar fine(electric w/amp and acoustic) and it even gets my drums.

so any1 have any tips? i'm itching to try some crazy crap but right now its like 10 @ nite so i cant play. first thing on the list tomorow is recording in the badthroom =)
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PostSubject: Re: Analog Recording   Wed Jun 25, 2008 5:26 pm


There's this one program called SpellCheck, might wanna look into it. tongue

I'd go with getting something like a BOSS (i think it's BOSS, anyway) BR-600.

Don't get it with the CD burner, way too big, way too expensive. Good quality, although you'll need more than the space it has on it for more than one good quality song. So you'll have to spend however much on a USB stick to upgrade that, but that's not really too much.

It appears that I am the first official Banjo player of the 123guitartabs community.

Now sit down and lemme show y'all what I can do without them amplifiers.


jimthams wrote:
↓ is nubzor

Buckethead wrote:
^ Watches too much pr0n

< probably doesn't watch enough pr0n

V can't play a banjo

jimthams wrote:
^ got all three rite

< is gonna go watch prØn

v is gonna b all alone online
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PostSubject: Re: Analog Recording   Wed Oct 15, 2008 10:15 pm

Click the link in my sig. That was all done on a mini-cassette recorder with a built in mic. It was like Radioshack's top stuff in the 90's
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