How do you record your vocals?

Discussion in 'Vocals' started by xX5thQuarterXx, Apr 26, 2006.

  1. xX5thQuarterXx

    xX5thQuarterXx Active Member

    Apr 6, 2006
    So i have a little home studio (if i can even call it that). The band has all recorded into garage band and were rdy for vocals. How would you go about recording vocals with what i have.

    G5 Mac w/ OSX
    Alesis MultiMix /w USB IN/ Out
    Reavey Powered Mixer (doubt its needed)
    Stero system that i can play my mixer out of liek monitors
    Comp speakers

    My problem is how do i record but have my singer hear whast in garage band at the same time.
  2. BigTrey

    BigTrey Active Member

    Mar 22, 2005
    Grandville, Michigan
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    Hey xX5thQuarterXx,

    If you have a headphone jack on the multimix or your sound card then you can use a splitter and a few sets of headphones so that you both can hear the mix. Just make sure that you turn the stereo off so that you don't get what's coming out from those speakers. Hope this helps, I haven't used a multimix so I don't really know if that's your sound card.

    BigTrey~President/CEO - BG Recordz
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