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Thread what is some good guitar recording software?

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1 what is some good guitar recording software?
Im mostly into acoustic guitar, vocals, some elctric and keyboards.
im looking at Guitar Tracks Pro 4 USB. Does anyone agree or have something better.
price range of $150-200.
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Are you just looking for a piece of software?  Or do you need a hardware audio interface as well?  If you just need software I'd recommend checking some of the lower end versions of Cubase...I'm assuming that if you're looking at Guitar Tracks Pro 4 USB that you need something to plug into...I'd say you'd be better off getting a simple two channel M-Audio type of interface and getting the software separate, as it will give you more options in the end...
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yea im looking for both an interface and software...which guitar tracks pro 4 does come with.
But on the other hand like you said I would want something with more options in the end? Cubase does look alittle more professional and probally has more options for me. The Lexicon Alpha USB interface comes with a cubase LE recording software for like $90. And I can upgrade to a better cubase later down the road...do you think that would be a smart move? Thanks for your advice.
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I would say that if you're only going to be doing strictly guitar, then Guitar Tracks Pro 4 would work fine, but if you wanted in the future to record with a microphone or needed a few more channels, you probably want something a little more in depth.  I'll always recommend Pro Tools first, as I think the combination of an Mbox and LE software is the best, but if you're looking to spend a little bit less money I'd say go with Cubase LE and something like the Lexicon Alpha USB as mentioned...
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yea I think something like the cubase would suit me fine. Anyway thanks for helping me out.