I also give a link to downloadable multitracks songs.
What do you think of the tests, convincing ?
Can anyone help me with some pros and cons comparing these two programs?
Harrison Mixbus 4 vs. Reaper 5.40
For today's purpose, I am running Ubuntu with XFCE. I do not have an interface picked out yet, so that can be factored into the discussion.
To get started, here is the system reqs on Mixbus: http://harrisoncons…
Looks like it has built in support for Linux, and can also run VST plugins.
I seem to have a problem with static/white noise. even when my mic is muted on my Behringer x2222. My mic is an AKG P420.
The white noise always shows up when I normalize a track, whether I'm recording nothing or my guitar or voice. I'll put up some pictures of my configuration too. Thanks for the help in advance!
I am new to DAW. I want to create nice guitar playing video like on youtube.
Recently downloaded reaper to try out.
I have; an electric guitar
interface (Behringer UCG102)
Guitar Rig 4
HP Win 10 laptop (Pavilion dv4), Win Desktop
I don't have problem plugging UCG 102 and using GR 4. I can hear guitar with and w/o effects very well through audio out on UCG unit (using headphone).
I've been using Cakewalk Home Studio 2004 for a long time, but it is fairly old, so after reading a lot of reviews, downloaded Reaper for trial. I like it a lot, think it sounds great, easy to use, etc.
But I notice when playing back the tracks, there is a distinct "thump" as the audio begins. Will this disappear once the tracks are rendered to a stereo wave file? Does anyone know what I'm talking about here?
Reaper is capable of everything that I need and much more that I don't need.
(Now some might wonder what my use of a DAW is, but that is aside from my question ;) )
3, 2, 1 gooooo
I see some tutorials on yuotube, I make so the whole thing.
In reaper right click, insert virtual instrument on new track, and select on SD2. In reaper by all track (except the first), I select on record output (stereo).
In SD2, by output, I've select on multichanel, and that's it. Everything works fine except mixing by the bus panel, can somebody help me?
This is my first post after being a bit of a lurker, so it's nice to finally post haha. Anyways, before I got an interface I was using a mic run through a little Behringer mixer, and I plugged a set of headphones into that for monitoring, everything hardware based. I just picked up a Tascam US-1800, and I'm a little confused how to send the tracks in reaper to the interface for my headphones.
Hello everyone, its me, Im back :D
But probably most dont remember be. Anyway, I have a little problem with recording in Reaper.
I've bought a Epiphone Elitist Casino http://www.epiphone…
to play and record. I have an audiobox usb pre-amp. I put Monster Standard 100 (cable) in the guitar and then put it in the 2 slot of the audiobox usb pre-amp. I can hear the my guitar in the headphones that I connect to the pre-amp.