I'm a professional https://sikksounds… drum beat maker and I use Audacity to record my guitar compositions. I'd like to add drums to the mix for some very simple demos. I'm not sure how I'd go about doing this. Other software packages (GarageBand, Pro Tools, etc.) might be better for this, but every time I look at something else, the notion of learning how to use it overwhelms me.
For my vocal sessions (usually speaking) I'm currently using a Focusrite 2i2 and a Boya PVM-1000 mic. The interface is plugged directly into my laptop.
I have my Youtube channel going and all, but the audio is trash when I'm in my "studio" recording. I have gone through many searches when using Audacity. "normalize sound", "bass and treble", "compression". The audio still comes out SUPER "tinny" and "digital" sounding. I'm trying to find a solution.
I've been recording some voice lines for video via Audacity and recently have had the problem of audio crackling. My Razer Seiren is almost brand new, so I can't imagine there is anything wrong with the hardware. Any ideas? Thanks!
MXL 990 Condenser Microphone
Behringer U-Phoria UM2 Audio Interface
We have a Behringer 1204 USB mixer and a JK Audio Telephone Hybrid and want to take calls. We are also looking to connect phone/iPod to play sound effects, etc
- We have 2 XLR mics in channel 1 and 2.
been using sonar le for a while, finding it very frustrating.
so my question to you guys is:
if im looking for a software to record and mix and edit etc on a high professional level, but without any midi or synth or anything (all audio), do i really have to get a software like sonar or cubase or something, or could i get the same results with audacity?