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Discussion in 'Recording Studio' started by Skintaster, Feb 6, 2011.
^ i couldnt get sonar x1 to work with my mbox 2, its glitchy and never stop giving me head aches
I have a Zoom H2, but I'll be damned if I know how to use the stupid thing.
Line 6 GX into Pod Farm into Audacity. That's what the Guitar, bass, and keyboard go into. And then the drums are made in Acoustica Beatcraft.
Behringer XENYX X2442USB Mixer (Microkorg/synths and Bass guitar are just run straight in)
Digital Reference DRDK7 Drum Mic Kit for drums
Digital Reference DR-C100 Condenser Mic for guitars
Audio-Technica M8000 for vocals (Clean and Unclean/Screams)
The results come out really great (by my standards at least) for amateur "home studio" recordings. Me and my brother do pretty much all the editing, mixing, mastering etc. etc.
This is our second released one and overall my favorite as far as production goes.
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OuAAM_EAFtc]‪Trial By Existence - Poker Face [Lady Gaga Cover]‬‏ - YouTube[/ame]
The next one was our first time with it, didn't turn out as good as we wanted
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7Q9BclrwWg]‪Stick Stickly [Final Mix - Attack Attack! Cover]‬‏ - YouTube[/ame]
Logic Express 9 and ProTools LE.
Mostly, Logic with my M-Audio ProFire 610.
Although I've started messing around with re-amping with my Eleven Rack in ProTools LE.
I've got an older Roland 1680. It's a bit dated but perfectly useable. I also use Garageband with very good results. I either mic an amp or go through a Line 6 Gearbox. I'll tap out drum beats on a MIDI keyboard and quantize that, then add fills and whatnot later on. Check this link below - my wife and I did the video and the song was done in GB with the Line 6 Gearbox. The tune is called "Dirty City".
FL Studio 10 and Fender Mustang I as Guitar Interface
nice sharing here and thanks for it