Recording Software?

Discussion in 'Mixing & Editing' started by mannyfresh, Apr 21, 2005.

  1. mannyfresh

    mannyfresh Guest

    Hey guys,
    I'm a newbie and i've only done really small "projects" (i use that term really loosely :lol: ) Right now i'm using an older version of cakewalk homestudio, and a bundle version of cubase that came with my tascam us-122. Now i want take the whole recording thing up a notch. I want to be able to record multiple tracks simultaneously and have a good program to mix them with. I also might be doing a little bit of midi work on it. I was just wondering if anyone had any suggestions for affordable pc software that i might consider using. Keep in mind that i'm using a laptop. If anyone also has any suggestions maybe on recording hardware that i might want to use with my laptop feel free to post them. Remember that i'm a newbie, and i don't know a whole lot about recording...but thats why i joined the forum. :D :D :D

  2. mineraltea

    mineraltea Guest

    Portable Studio

    Here's a few ideas for an intro studio:

    hardware interfaces ->
    M-Audio FireWire 410, or MOTU 828mkII, or Edirol FA-101.
    Each is Firewire, has MIDI I/O, affordable and can be bus powered.

    software -> Cubase SE or Logic Express 7.
    Fairly inexpensive, easy to learn and works perfectly with MIDI.

    Good Luck!
  3. mannyfresh

    mannyfresh Guest

    thanks for the info mineraltea, i'll look into those! :lol: :lol: :lol:


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