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Thread Software to record guitar to pc

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1 Posted on 03/16/2004 at 03:29:14
Im looking for a software to recird my electric guitar to my pc.. anone know that kind of software ?
zettberlin

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2 Posted on 03/20/2004 at 14:10:51
Get audacity:

http://audacity.sourceforge.net/

it is free and open and it can do a good job as a multitrackptaperecorder as long as you do not need professional Realtimerecording and flexible Routing for FX etc.

Audacity runs well in Windows, for the more sophisticated Stuff i recommend Mandrake Linux 9.2 (CD-ISOs for Installation are downloadable for free) plus the Apps from this page:

http://rpm.nyvalls.se/sound9.2.html

Or wait 4 Weeks and get SUSE-LINUX 9.1 (contains all you need and more, retail ist about $ 34,-)

good luck
baker_boy5

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3 Posted on 06/05/2004 at 20:52:18
Cubase SE is pretty good and is pretty affordable for a steinberg product, 100$ usually. It's got some good stuff like a very useful plethora of effects and a nice equalizer and mixer levels and VT Instruments if u want to incoporate Drums into your guitar riffs. I suggest it, just save alittle and it's worth it. Hope this helps.
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