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1 Posted on 01/20/2004 at 12:58:14
I'm starting a home PC studio, and was going to buy (I have Â£450)
Cakewlk Home Studio XL
Edirol UA-20 or UA-3FX Soundcard/interface
Edirol MA-10A Monitors
my PC is 2.6Ghz, XP, 120Gig, 516RAM
Am I making a mistake, with this stuff?? can anyone suggest anything better??
I know I can't do this with the gear I'm thinking of buying but your opinion would be of interest.
I would love to be able to record 6/8 tracks at the same time, Gitx2,bass,Vocals,and use a sub mixer for the full drum kit, what's a cheap/good way of doing this please?
2 Posted on 01/20/2004 at 15:50:18
Quote: I would love to be able to record 6/8 tracks at the same time, Gitx2,bass,Vocals,and use a sub mixer for the full drum kit, what's a cheap/good way of doing this please?
On 450 (hey- where's that funny "pound" thing? :? ) pounds? That's about $675 US. Let's see if we can do it....
Delta 1010 LT PCI $279
Behringer UB2222FX Mixer $249.99
Cakewalk Home Studio $89.99
Nady DMK5 Drum Mic Kit $119
That's $737.98. Based on todays exchange rates (the weak dollar is helping you out, buddy!), 450 pounds is equal to $819 US.
You have $89 left to buy cables with...... ;)
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