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DUAL MIC RECORDING

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ernieball80  
26 Feb 2007 11:14 | Quote
United States
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OK I AM WORKING ON A NEW CD, TRYING TO CUT MY TIME DOWN ON THIS, I WANT TO SING AND PLAY AT THE SAME TIME, I HAVE TWO SEPERATE MICS AND WANT TO HAVE ONE GOING FOR VOCALS AND ONE GOING FOR ACOUSTIC, I HAVE ONE INPUT FOR A MIC IN THE BACK OF A COMPUTER, WHAT COMPONENT CAN I BUY TO HAVE IT SO I HAVE TWO MICS PLUGGED IN AND RECORDING AT ONCE
THANKS TO THE PERSON OR PERSONS KNOWS THIS ANSWER
blackholesun  
27 Feb 2007 07:44 | Quote
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United Kingdom
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you could record the guitar and vocals on seperate tracks on your computer. it would sound much better, because its easier obviously to play/sing one thing at a time rather than both at once. also, using two mics simultaneously would mean that the guitar mic would also pick up a small bit of vocals as well, and the vocals would pick up a bit of guitar, which would probably make a chorusy effect. Afterwards you can re-record each part seperately if you messed up the vocals or vice versa. i'm not sure what software you're using. I used to use Cubase for this kinda thing. you've just gotta watch how much disk space it all takes up!!
Homeschooled  
16 Mar 2007 01:59 | Quote
New Zealand
Posts: 16
i think that its best to record them seperatly, unless youve got some studio time, cause then you can pretty much do everything.
but at home, yeah, one at a time.
also, as for software, there is a free music mixing and recording program called Audacity, just google it, itll show up.


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