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simon73  
10 May 2008 07:36 | Quote
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Okay I know it in thw wrong section of the forum what else is new? LOL
I am busy recording myself play a rhythm part so I can play a solo over it. I am using sound recorder, as you may know that it only allows 60 seconds of playing time.

Can anyone recommend a recorder that I can use saving me stopping after 60 seconds of playing time?

Thank you
Phip  
10 May 2008 07:58 | Quote
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simon,
try audacity
http://audacity.sourceforge.net/
i don't think there is a time limit and it's FREE
simon73  
10 May 2008 09:10 | Quote
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Phip many thanks I will give it a try
les_paul  
10 May 2008 10:56 | Quote
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I use audacity. I think everyone who is going the do a song with someone else should download this program just to make things easier.
EMB5490  
10 May 2008 11:48 | Quote
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it does mke it easyier, its prob the next best thing to a recording studio. les paul, check ur pms. give me some feedback.
soy.el.che  
10 May 2008 12:28 | Quote
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i use acid pro6... which ones better, audacity or acid?
Tilikidis  
10 May 2008 14:54 | Quote
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REAPER
telecrater  
10 May 2008 17:40 | Quote
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i like reaper, and Cubase but really there are so many out there that you tinker with them until you find the one that fits your needs most. I like reaper because it's simple and easy but Cubase has a ton of features. but with all the features come a learning curve. where you spend more time figuring out how to record than recording. but once you get the hang of it it's easy sailing.
Phip  
10 May 2008 17:48 | Quote
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@ telecrater
this new mixer i bought today comes with cubase LE (which i assume is the stripped down version). do you have the full version? i haven't loaded it yet.
telecrater  
10 May 2008 18:54 | Quote
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oh yeah, I bought the EMU 0404 sound card and it came bundled with cubase LE which sucks. I installed it and used if for a while then discovered the full version and it's like comparing guitars to violins. nothing alike. PM Me if you want more details
davidbahar  
12 May 2008 08:41 | Quote
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The best thing you can do is, get a small pc, and get logic 6 express this will work on pc you dont need a dongle for it , i have created all my music in logic express davidbahar.com, you can realy grow with this program, and if you ever move up to Mac logic is the logical thing to do.
Good luck
league  
14 May 2008 13:19 | Quote
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First, I have to ask a question before I download audacity. What is the advantage (if any) of downloading it off sourceforge instead of the actual website. Second I found some awesome software on wikipedia. Just type in free software for audio and it gives a giant list of free music recording software like hydrogen. Has anyone tried this awesome drum machine?
bobby23jones  
20 May 2008 11:35 | Quote
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I use Reaper and Audacity. I have a general tendency to record with Reaper and edit with Audacity.


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