I have a Yamaha 4-track

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by Fool, Nov 17, 2004.

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  1. Fool

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    Many advanced apologies for my ignorance.

    I have a Yamaha 4 track, analog.

    And one mic. I use it for vocals.

    I also have a pretty respectable four piece indie rock band. Guitar, Base, Drums, Vocals.

    I'm looking to start recording. WITH my 4 track.

    With THE VERY BASICS in mind, what do I need in the line of mixers, processors, mics, etc.

    I just want a demo-type end product. But it would be nice if one could actaully listen to it.

    Am I asking for too much help?
  2. inLoco

    inLoco Active Member

    Jul 25, 2004
    yep! do a little search here in forums and be more specific with the gear you have, what you'll be buying and so on...
  3. J-MADD

    J-MADD Active Member

    Aug 19, 2004
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    I started recording on a Yamaha MT4X and you CAN get demo quality results with a 4 track. It probably would be benificial for starters to get your hands on a large diaphram condenser microphone. These really improve the sound of vocals, and can be used as a room mic for drums if set back about 6 feet or so. I was in a band that put out a demo on this and people generally liked it. If you have any more questions about this stuff I would be glad to give my opinion. If you learn how to make music sound decent on 4 track analog this will help you greatly when you start to move into higher end equipment.

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