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Recording Basic recording set-up

Tenor Viol

Full of frets in North Shropshire
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I'll start off with an apology if this is the wrong place for this query!

Having listened to some good sound clips of various people playing, I was wondering what kit do you need to make a basic recording (I'm not planning to go into the home studio business (yet) - the last thing I need is something else to spend money on!)? :)))

Thanks in advance.
 

kevgermany

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zoom H2, or a USB mic and audacity or similar
 

Clivey

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Very Old laptop
Cubase SX blah blah blah
Reason.Audicity. Blah Blah blah
Cheapo Mic


Now the real reason for my post is to Publicise the free replacement ASIO driver ASIO4ALL.

http://www.asio4all.com/

I only found this a couple of days ago and it is incredable. "Zero Latency" with Cubase and Reason5 on a 6 year old Acer. I`m sure any sound program will benefit.
If you ever had issues with latency with onboard sound cards this driver will Kill you. dig out old Laptop /PC and wow.
 
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johnboy

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Zoom H2!!! At home or on a gig, I wouldn't be without it :welldone

John.
 

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