|Quoting IFEMaster (Reply 6):|
|Quoting LHMARK (Reply 12):|
Castleisland, are you high or do you guys play to a click track?
|Quoting Superfly (Reply 13):|
For punk, all you need is this.
|Quoting Bagpiper (Reply 17):|
this might seem like common sense, but a lot of people never think of this:
once you record the first part (guitar most likely), give the next person you record head phones playing the first part.
|Quoting Matt D (Reply 20):|
If you want some good sound, invest in some analog
|Quoting Speedbird747BA (Reply 23):|
Lego Guy or one of the users in Ireland bought a house with a recording studio in it. Im not trying to advertise for him or anything, dont even know if hes even interested, but he might let you use it for a small fee. Maybe.
|Quoting CastleIsland (Reply 25):|
Analog rocks. My favorite is the almost never seen DAD. Digital recording, analog transfer for warmth, digital mastering.
|Quoting Matt D (Reply 22):|
You mean when we actually HAD a Space program?
That's the time when we were...actually setting goals and landing men on the moon.
-Not like today where neither side of the aisle will ever even agree on what day of the week it is.
So to that end.
You just gave my system a compliment of the highest order.
|Quoting CastleIsland (Reply 7):|
Hopefully with the mixing tool that IFEMaster posted, you'll be able to add reverb, compression and other desired effects to each individual track.
|Quoting Superfly (Reply 27):|
Interesting the Bagpiper only gave an opinion based on 'looks'.
We are talking about professional audio gear hear.