Some one help me with recording?

GrimReepher

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So i record on pc, cubase sx3 and i have a 1 mic interface, but that sucks and now that im an avid ebayer, can anyone tell me a nice set up that i could get. You know multiple mics, different interfaces i could get, or 8 track recorders, im an idiot when it comes to recording. Someone help me out, give me product names or whatever you think could help me, I would like to have multiple mics on my set one of these days, instead of one mic recordings.
 

FelterSkelter

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Digidesign ProTools is, in my opinion, the best you can get. I know it's a little more expensive but, there is almost a limitless supply of plug ins and upgrades. I have been using the M-Box to record most everything I have done up to this point. There is an upgrade in my near future but I have been able to make that setup work to the fullest capacity so far.

When recording, "there are more ways than one to skin a cat", rather there are many techniques you can employ to get a desired sound or effect. This has more to do with your imagination than the amount or quality of gear you have.
 

SGarrett

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Dahlgren is talking about the PreSonus FirePod which they remaned FP10...because it actually has ten channels, including the two midi channels. I use one and it's very nice. You can use either 1/4" or XLR connectors on every channel and the pre-amps don't add any color to the sound. On the downside, they're kind of pricey.

I'm using a FirePod, MonsterPower Pro 2500 power conditioner, Cubase SE3, Tama mic stands (might as well only buy them once instead of replacing cheap stands), an Audix D6 for my kick, a Shure SM57 for my snare, and two Audio Technica AE5100 overheads.
 

GrimReepher

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thanks guys, ill look into it. and yes I love sm57s on my snare, every pro recording studio i was ever at, i made them use that on my snare. there awesome!
 
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