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A Little Feedback Please

Discussion in 'Recording' started by BobbyDrake, May 29, 2005.

  1. BobbyDrake

    BobbyDrake Guest

    OK, first off I wish I would've known about this forum before I started buying equipment/software but...
    Specs: Hardware
    Gateway Laptop PT4 HT, 512 MB RAM 100 GB 4200 RPM HD(like I said, wish I would've known)
    300 GB External HD 7200 RPM, PreSonus' TubPre and Comp16, Casio MIDI keyboard, Shure KSM27 and Samson C01 condeser mics, and Lexicon Pro Omega
    Software: FL Studio Pro.., Cubase LE (bundle with Omega), and Screenblast SoundForge 7. Now how I put it altogether... SoundForge to create samples, FL to create tracks, and Cubase (hopfully) for Vocals and live instruments. *whew*
    Here's the questions. I've recorded in FL but I keep hearing about how Cubase is good for vocals because of the effects, is it worth upgrading, keep this version, or continue with FL? BTW I plan to ReWire FL to Cubase. More questions ahead but I'll leave it at that.
     
  2. poprocks

    poprocks Guest

    When you say FL do you mean FruityLoops?

    I'll assume you do. I would recommend doing the bulk of your live signal recording into Cubase or a similar multitrack program. That's what they're made for. You may think about upgrading to a full version when you can.
     

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