need help recording rehearsal

Discussion in 'Microphones & Recording' started by garygnu, Jun 14, 2004.

  1. garygnu

    garygnu Guest

    For around $1000 whats the best way to recording reheasal of a 3-4 peice band?

    I dont want to get to complex, i just want to hit record and focus on playing.

    Ive been thinking of HHB CDR burnit Plus (or Masterlink?) with an NT4 for just a room sound. ( i have a Blue tube Pre.) This seems the best route seeing as i'll have a CD for each rehearsal and I dont get too hung up with mixing multitracks.

    Just checking to make sure i havent missed something out there..... Maybe theres a Mutitrack that will provide greater flexibitly for future projects? Id be open to it if it were worthwhile.

    thanks in advance.
     
  2. Kurt Foster

    Kurt Foster Distinguished Member

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    There are many inexpensive multitrackers available that have at least 4 XLR ins ... and they are very simple to run.

    Tascam just released a new 24 track that goes for about 1200 bucks! I'm not sure if it has hit the streets yet ...

    A simple 4 track analog or digital pottystudio would also work well for recording reherasals ... a stereo mic, line off the bass and line off the PA (this is known as stereo plus) is a great way to record gigs and rehearsals..
     

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