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Old 09-05-2009, 07:19 AM
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Talking Recording at home


Im after recording my stuff at home, what do any of you guys use or recommend?
Along with software what else do you need?

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Old 09-14-2009, 04:35 AM
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Re: Recording at home


IF YOU WANT TO WATCH AWESOME DRUMMERS PLAY LIKE JOEY JORRDISON OF SLIPKnot check out joey junior on youtube his best songs are before you forget & dead memories chck him out this guy is insane with his footwork. if your looking for stuff to use use sound recordeing xz54 newly released pretty expensive though for good sound quality recording its worth it.
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Old 09-14-2009, 02:50 PM
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Re: Recording at home


I've got a Yamaha mixer with two sets of the Shure SM57-52 mic kits.

SM 57's are the most common mic's used for all sorts of recordings and the are very durable.

Protools is also another standard of the recording industry software. It's very pricey and the support is not available on weekends.
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Re: Recording at home


If you want to record your partrs to different tracks you're going to need an audio interface with multiple inputs.

I'm using two dsp2000's or c-ports which gives me 16 seperate inputs.

Shure sm 48's are a good cheap mike. So is the mdk drum pack from ebay.
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Re: Recording at home


Also mic placement is important. I got the "Tips From the Pros DVD on this subject. Click below for this information.

http://www.drumsetconnect.com/drum-f...drum-mics.html

Your absolutely right skinslapper, an interface also plays an important part. What software do you use?
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Re: Recording at home


I'm currently suffering with the old cubase vst32, but you get what you pay for.

My guitarist will begin sound engineering study soon, included is a fresh new copy of logic. Reckon I'll have to pinch that one.
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Re: Recording at home


Like I was able to afford ProTools?

I had to get it for my son for his audio engineering studies for college. I used my credit card and paid dearly for it on interest.

Can't put a price on schooling.

Good luck to your friend going to school.
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