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Thread I Am Really Desperate For Help

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Alright guys. I really want to start recording- but I don't have a clue. This is my situation right now

I set-up a Linux program in a seperate hardrive. I think it's called Oubuntu. It's specifically designed for recordings. It has a drum machine called Hydrogen, which I use. The problem is I don't know what to use to connect my guitar and bass guitar into the computer. I also will need to conncet a studio microphone to the computer for vocals. Here is what I plan on getting;

Shure KSM27 Studio Microphone $299.99
https://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Shure-KSM27-Studio-Microphone?sku=270278

Hercules Stands MS651B Tripod with 2-in-1 Boom Clamp Microphone Stand $55.99
https://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Hercules-Stands-MS651B-Tripod-with-2in1-Boom-Clamp-Microphone-Stand?sku=453066

Nady Pop Filter $19.99
https://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Nady-Pop-Filter?sku=421139

AKG K 240 Headphones $129.97
https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/K240S/


So that is what I plan on purchasing so far. What do you think?

Also, what else do I need? What should I use to hook up my guitar, bass, and a mic into my computer?

Thanks for any help
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%1$s a écrit The problem is I don't know what to use to connect my guitar and bass guitar into the computer.


They're called audio interfaces or soundcards. You need one that has XLR ins for the mic and a guitar DI input. Two products come to mind, the Line6 Toneport UX1 or 2 (USB), and the Focusrite Saffire LE. I don't know if Linux has driver support for these though.
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Or Get a mixer!

i would buy the Rode NT1-A They Proform Well!
https://www.soundonsound.com/sos/may04/articles/rodent.htm