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Amateur recording and MIDI sampling

Discussion in 'Recording' started by Fwiermann, Mar 18, 2005.

  1. Fwiermann

    Fwiermann Guest

    Hi everyone! I'm an amateur brazilian musician, who enjoys prog/rock/metal/instrumental style. I am a REAL beginner and I own a X V-amp, which I plug directly into the line-in of my PC Sound board (which is a lame one, BTW). I use GuitarPro 4 to make drum tracks, because everyone of the drum-composing programs that I tried sucked really hard to me. Oh, and I use Cool Edit Pro 2.0 to put it all together.
    1 - With the given situation above, how can I enhance the MIDI tracks that I use for my recorded songs? Anyway of sampling them with real sounds?
    2 - I have a low budget here. Can't afford anything more sophisticated. Do you guys think that working REALLY HARD within my limited resources, I can come up with something that would REMIND a professional recording?
    3 - What am I doin' wrong? :D
    If you have the patience to help me with my problems: THANK YOU ALL VERY MUCH!!!! :)))
  2. Viper

    Viper Guest

    Hey mate, what's up? :D

    About your questions, I'm not really sure about any of them, but as for number 1, it should be possible with a program like Reason, but it's costy :(

    Good luck :)

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