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Thread new to digital computer program home recording. need advise please

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benbanoozo

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icon_redface.gif I'm new to home recording.  I have many simple instruments.  Guitars, amps, bass, drum kit, mandolin, harmonica, etc...I have two analog tascam 4-tracks.  What I need is a way to put SEPARATE tracks hopefully still using some of my analog gear, onto a computer recording program to edit, mix, add electronic components, and pretty much get a finished product to be mastered to send over the web, burnt to cd,  etc.  Someone please help me get the horse in front of the buggy.
moosers

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2 Posted on 07/13/2010 at 11:17:01

Hey Benbanoozo - can you give me a little more details on what you're using?  Are the Tascam 4-tracks cassette tape machines?  Any added information would be helpful...

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3 Posted on 07/22/2010 at 16:36:26

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Templarseries

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4 Posted on 07/29/2010 at 14:32:01


Have you tried Cakewalk SONAR? This allows conventional instruments to be recorded as tracks - alongside MIDI instruments and virtual (PC instruments)?

LEE

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