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Thread Boss BR-600 vs Lexicon Omega

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bmx12288

bmx12288

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1 Posted on 02/13/2007 at 19:16:19
Hey Guys,

Im just starting out at recording and ive got a few questions. Im looking to record mostly my own songs (drums, bass, guitar) and im not really sure on what i want. Ive been talking to alot of people and researching it for a while, and ive come to a few conclusions...

ive looked into digital recorders. such as the Boss BR-600 and it seems a bit limited, so i dont know if i want that. Also, ive seen the Lexicon Omega desktop studio. Ive read tons of mixed reviews...does anybody have anything good/bad to say about it? Im on a budget of about 400-500 dollars (mics, software...EVERYTHING)....any suggestions?
ra7or

ra7or

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2 Posted on 02/14/2007 at 09:26:50
since you're a beginner, start off with a multitrack recorder.

it has everything you need, you just plug in your mic/instrument and play. its easy and fast to learn.

in time, you'll figure out what equipment will be best for you, and then you can consider a more "serious" approach with a pc, an audio interface, external fx etc...
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