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Computer tech stuff...help please!

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30 Oct 2012 14:25 #1 by Stella
Stella created the topic: Computer tech stuff...help please!
I was just wondering how some of you get your voice, beats, piano music etc onto your computer and then into mp3 format, all i have is a keyboard, accoustic guitar, and a usb microphone!

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30 Oct 2012 14:54 - 30 Oct 2012 14:59 #2 by jason
jason replied the topic: Computer tech stuff...help please!
Try giving Audacity a shot:

audacity.sourceforge.net

It's free and they have several tutorials and a ton of documentation for anyone that is getting started with home recording. ;) Venture out and search for others once you get the hang of it. You may find one that suits your needs better than the other. This could be the Pepsi to your Coke! :D

Give it a shot and let's hear what you've come up with! :)

Here is a link to their Wiki that has tutorials: wiki.audacityteam.org/wiki/Category:Tutorial

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30 Oct 2012 15:53 #3 by Feyde
Feyde replied the topic: Computer tech stuff...help please!
Software and possibly an interface would be your next steps.

As far as my setup goes, I run audio (mic or guitars) into an Alesis iO26 firewire interface. If it's MIDI, it comes out of my controller into USB. Either one goes into Cubase 6 where it all gets assembled and mixed into whatever format.

More info at facebook.com/markbrogersmusic

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