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Skold  
24 Mar 2008 21:54 | Quote
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I'm getting pretty used to using it. I got it on loan from a buddy of mine at the church I go to. I've figured out how to record everything, but I'm still clueless as to how I'm gonna get the tracks on CD. Any help for a newb? This is the first time I've used one of these.
goodtunes  
24 Mar 2008 22:13 | Quote
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looks kewl. lots of buttons and switchs but i have no idea what the hell it is lol :)
Skold  
24 Mar 2008 23:58 | Quote
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It's a mixer/studio recorder (I guess they're the same thing).
goodtunes  
25 Mar 2008 00:00 | Quote
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kewl i knew it was something like that but was just saying that i unfortunatley would not be able to help you out with instructions.

but know that i think about it if you look at the model number and such you can prob download the users manuel of the companys website.

Doz  
25 Mar 2008 00:25 | Quote
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A mixer and a recorder aren't the same thing. But still, nice - hopefully we'll get the chance to hear something you make?
Skold  
25 Mar 2008 02:05 | Quote
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@Doz

Definitely. Still, I have to figure out how to get the tracks from the mixer/recorder, to CD/PC.
Skold  
25 Mar 2008 02:36 | Quote
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@Doz

Definitely. Still, I have to figure out how to get the tracks from the mixer/recorder, to CD/PC.
Skold  
25 Mar 2008 02:36 | Quote
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Update: I looked online, and saw that it was called a Digital Audio Workstation.
Doz  
25 Mar 2008 07:51 | Quote
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Lol, it's still a recording device. Yer just looked up a fancy name for it. :D
deefa  
25 Mar 2008 08:40 | Quote
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It looks like a close relative of my Boss BR 600. Does it incorporate any effects and a drum machine like mine?
Calvin  
25 Mar 2008 08:49 | Quote
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Doz says:
Lol, it's still a recording device. Yer just looked up a fancy name for it. :D

Well it can be used for pretty much anything from recording,mixing, editing,looping & sound manipulating and even rough mastering, so Digital Audio Workstation sounds pretty accurate.:P
Notim  
25 Mar 2008 11:19 | Quote
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I was going to buy one of those a year or so back....Very cool Skold I'm sure you'll have lots a fun with that!Does it have a burner on it the one I looked at I think it had a burner but either way dude very cool!
Skold  
25 Mar 2008 11:51 | Quote
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@Notim

Unfortunately, no, not that I've seen.


@Deefa

I don't think so. I think it has a metronome, but that's about it.


Update: I think I can finally solve my recording problems with this: http://www.guitarcenter.com/Dunlop-Interconnection-Cable-Kit-333105-i1128959.gc
Notim  
25 Mar 2008 14:10 | Quote
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Hey sKold I'm sure it has a line out right? Mabe run the line out to the mic in on your computer and then record it on the puter then burn to disk.
Doz  
25 Mar 2008 14:49 | Quote
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Calvin... it does do all that... but yer could argue it's mainly applied to recording. Except the mixing bit (which, can still be applied to recording, but obviously has other uses).
Skold  
25 Mar 2008 22:25 | Quote
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Ok, so I figured how I'm going to make use of this thing: I'm going to use it simply as a mixer/effects board instead of recording with it.


Here's how I got everything set-up to run to my PC.


Guitar > Workstation (using phantom power) > Amp (via RCA cables running from the Stations Master Out to the Amp's CD-In) > PC (via double ended speaker input chord plugged into the PC's Mic Input, and the other end in the Amp's Headphone input).

Work's like a charm. This should definitely improve the sound quality. Now all I need is a regular microphone instead of my PC mic.
telecrater  
25 Mar 2008 22:34 | Quote
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Skold, you might want to try using it to record. the reason i say that is my experience with a cassette 4-track, allowed me to be more creative than staring at a computer screen. but did not allow me to "master" my ideas. But for quick and dirty demos it really shined.

My point is sometimes crouching over a box will help the ideas flow rather than mousing over cubase or what ever you use.

I personally find myself tweaking cubase more than actually playing guitar.

Enjoy your toy
Notim  
26 Mar 2008 15:24 | Quote
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I agree with tele I really wish I would have bought one I really dont like the computer recording stuff
league  
26 Mar 2008 18:14 | Quote
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I also agree with TELE. Good point. I'm saving up to buy a 4 track cassette recorder.
telecrater  
26 Mar 2008 18:57 | Quote
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My 4-track is a Tascam 414mk i paid about $400 for it ten years ago. it's gotten to the point where it is falling apart.

I found one on ebay and i got it for $40 + shipping. I'll use the old one for parts but it was a great deal, and works fine.

so check ebay, i would go with tascam over fosteck





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