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Beinnger Recorder

Discussion in 'Recording' started by Paintedeyes, Jul 30, 2006.

  1. Paintedeyes

    Paintedeyes Guest

    Ight, i've used several multi track recording softwares. i would like to know which one is the best and not too complicated to use, i'm not too skilled with recording software. the only set up i have is my guitar amp is plugged directly into my computer w/o any converters needed, having some drumg beats in the software would be nice too, thanks.
     
  2. RemyRAD

    RemyRAD Well-Known Member

    I like using Adobe Audition. It's fairly straightforward with 3 separate windows tabs for your mono and stereo files for editing. A separate window for your multi-track project and a track at once integrated CD burning program. Not to mention the new mixer window in version 2.0 along with its support for DirectX/VST/ASIO real-time effects during mixing.

    Another nice and quite comprehensive multi-track audio software also incorporates extensive video capabilities in Sony's Vegas. Although you can do most anything with that software, it's not as convenient when working on mono or stereo files with which you want a dedicated 2 track/mono program for editing and manipulating files. What is nice is that it lets you select what audio program to use for editing purposes and I selected Adobe Audition.

    I found having both of these programs give me incredible capabilities with a minimum investment. I've found ProTools fascinating but find that it doesn't quite speak to me the same way as these other pair of software's do.

    However, if you want some serious MIDI involvement? It appears that CuBase may be the way to go on PC?

    Amazingly, I don't do MIDI and so most of my friends refer to me as a "MIDIdiot".....
    Ms. Remy Ann David
     
  3. Terr-orForm

    Terr-orForm Guest

    I hope you know MIDI pretty decently well. Cubase is good with MIDI but, because it offers so much freedom it also requires a lot of input and understanding. I use Cubase SX3 (and all the stuff and stuff and then some stuff to bore you to death with details) and it is good to MIDIans. There are, like any other programs quirks that you have to find work arounds or just live with but, RemyRAD would be correct in this if your serious with MIDI.

    I like that -----MIDIdiot----------------...or is it MIDIot?? That's pretty funny for us guys (and gals) that wear the white lab coats and split atoms in our leisure time...

    ha...

    ...ha, ha!!...

    ha!ha!!ha!!.............................

    Seriously. Haven't heard that one! Yes, I almost live in a cave!!

    Good one Remy :)
     

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