Welcome to Recording.org
Please feel welcome to introduce yourself, share how you found us or simply just say hello!
I found it thru a google search for a fee vst effect, and the funny part is that now I can't even remember what the vst was!
When Google-ing a specific piece of gear (8 months ago).
I have even found my own Rec.org post at the top of a Google search, #1 on a list of hundreds.
Rec.org = Google magnet?
PS......maybe Christmas shoppers?
I also found you through a gear search. I was shocked to find such a comprehensive site. Thanks to all who made this possible. 8-) I was struggling with my new equiptment but I now feel like I have an ace up my sleeve.
I found it through a google search quite a few months ago.
I found it through a pro tools search. The first page that came up was "Things I hate about pro tools"! But hey, I bought one anyway :lol:
Now to figure out what to put in the PC I'm gonna build....
I was looking for help building a music pc ... ro is a great resource
i was posting over at homerecording.com but it has been down for a few days now so i searched google for "recording forum"
I was browsing the Internet about so many gear-related things I can't remember which one lead me here. I was probably researching the RNP or TLM-103 at the time. On the other hand, it could have been RME Multiface, Apogee Mini-Me, AT4033, AT4050, Blue Baby Bottle, Blue Kiwi, Telefunken 676, M-Audio Tampa, RME pres, Neumann KM184, U87, M147, some of the Neves, AKG Blue Line, C414, AKG Project Studio line, Rode NT5s, Focusri.... Ah, that's the one! I wanted to find out if the cheap Focusrites were too good to be true!
Since then I've just about bankrupted myself! Ah well... My AT4060 should be arriving tomorrow, to join the Apogee Mini-Me I bought last month, and the AT4047 the month before that. Oh dear, I think I'd better start looking up knitting websites, but then again, cashmere can be quite expensive. Isn't there a good website dedicated to something cheap out there?
Thanks RO for all of the expertise that you've put at my disposal over the last few months!
I'm new to the site. I'm from Madison Wisconsin. Stumbled upon this site while looking up DIY studio forums. Looking forward to meeting you all.
Found it while looking up reviews on the Studio Projects C1, which I just got
My real name is Chris and I'm from Albuquerque
I seem to recall cruising through here a few years ago, but never got into the habit of coming back. I got nudged into looking around again the last week, while on another forum. Had some trouble getting registered, but all seems well now (thanks, Rod!).
I'm getting active again the production and recording, and the forums I've been going to have been less and less helpful, so it's been good to rekindle my awareness of RO, and the focused content. :)
i guess the invasion of your small community has begun! That;s a MASSIVE increase in traffic! unbelievable.
I found R org via a colleague at my previous place of work , school of audio engineering (SAE for short).
Thanks for the site, it's great.
It was a google search that brought me here from Harrisburg Pa. I recently began to post, but I've been viewing for months. I've benefited many times from the info. here--so let me take this opportunity to send my sincerest thanks to you for providing us this opportunity. My family and friends would also be grateful if they were aware of the hours of obsessive recording talk that has been diverted from them!!
I've been a member for a few weeks now. I originally found the site doing a search on the web, trying to get info on my set up and what not. I'm out of Grand Rapids, MI starting my own indie label.
more of the same: google search.
i'm very happy to have found you!
There was a mention of it at Studio tips
Arite there, am from scotland (Glasgow), was searchin google and typed in sumfin not to sure but it came up with this link and i fought yessss a shit load a people who no about music, just the people am lookin for.
so here's ma question to any1 who can help,
i am jus new to making my own music, used e-jay (silli programe) to make a beat liked it and frew away the programe i ave now aqquired a "Creative Sound Blaster Audigy" sound card in order to start trying to make my own beats from scratch.
i have created the drum loop and i am now stuck lol, basically wot it is is, i dont no a programe to use so that i can attach my keyboard(piano) to record the piece i am playing so i can complete the beat.
can any1 help
the (above) link is ma groups music if use feel like u wanna hear some scottish hip hop,
someone from talkbass was looking for a kinder and gentler recording site than the one they had been on (recording site.) a few people recomended this site and here i am! this has been a great site for getting info. and so far very friendly. if yor a bass player, talkbass is a very good site for bass players also.
audiokid wrote: Hey all, somethings way out of the norm here. In the last few days our traffic has gone from an average of 20,000 page views a day to 80,000 a day. Our daily visitors have gone from 100 to 580 a day. This is really cool but it also has my curiosity.
Please tell us where you are coming from and how you found Recording Org?
Used to be a member a couple of years ago when I lived in the UK, sold up, bought an old farm here in france and have just got my studio up n running again. Tried to sign in on my old name but couldn't remember my password. Had changed email address to one here at home so re registered. Dam good to be back though and very gud to see your still here!!!
Lost shortcut to another music tech forum and stumbled across this searching on google under 'home recording forum'.
I've been very pleased with advise offered and have recommended it to many friends into home recording/project stuff.
Cheers guys! :D
I've been a member for a few months now.
Was searching goolge for some info on my setup and the forum came up. Absolutely cool site, has given me so much info and tips on various different projects I'm working on in Dublin, Ireland.
Thanks to everyone!
Google search for gear.
I did a google search and this web site came up.I must say this is one of the better audio recording site.I also want to thank you for all this great info as it has helped me understand a great deal about audio recording and so much more.I look forward to reading many more of the threads in the forums and learning so much more.
Recording.org was one of the top results when searching Google for microphones, monitors, advice. Soundonsound was also high in the list.
was posting on osxaudio.com and wanted a.. broader.. forum to read through.
i was interested in DIY and found you through gyraf audio back when the was a tech talk.
i found it doing a search as well. i prefer this over many other forum networks. seems to be more down to earth eartyh.
i found recording.org through surfing through softwares/hardwares for recording/composing music. okay. surfed through numerous pages, and it led me to this site. so yeah. that's how that happened.
I just joined but I found the site about a month ago by googling for drum micing techniques. I'll be starting a new project soon with a drummer friend and will have all the time I want to experiment with him. I wanted to try as many ideas as I could find and he's game. It might take me a year to try everything I have found! Anyway I love this site so far.
searched, saw, joined
via google 8-)
I reside in NYC and I was directed to this site from another undisclosed forum.
Pointed to the Advanced Recording Setup thread by a member of another forum. ;) Thought I'd stick around and see whassup.
was reading some theads in the studio section of v2.drumandbass.at a austrian d&b forum and found the url which led me here.
im austrian myself and just have build up a minimum setup to begin recording my musical effusions like trillion other people around the world, which may be the cause of that increase in site hits :D.
equipment so far:
marshall jcm2000 TSL601
misc guitar pedals
esi waveterminal 192m (2mic, 2 line input, 8 output interface)
2x sm57 (see im elite :D)
m-audio keystation 49e
hifi monitoring gear :? (will be replaced with better stuff when ive got money left)
Found you while looking for info on recording :) great site hope Ican help with some input on home recording and recording amatuer bands
I caught a link on another forum about the JP22 thing, but I love the site, and check it everyday , sometimes twice a day !
I also followed a link to the notorious JP22 thread :shock: but then started looking around.. seems like a good forum. :D
I was making myself a grilled cheese sandwich and just before I took a bite into it...right on the bread was "recording.org" burned into the sandwich, it was a sign from above. I sold it on ebay a week later for $1.00 :roll:
but really I found this site from google searches.
I'm live in Arkansas, found this site searching yahoo for recording forums you can learn a lot from sites like this and I need all the help I can get. :lol: