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    good recording quality

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    here is my question:

    out of my mixer where should my sound go ? back to PC (which requires a decent sound card), a realtime CD burner (yamaha CDR1000 is great !!) or a good hard disk recorder (korg d1600 ?) ??

    how do u record guyz ?
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    I record waves, I hit record in Sound Forge and play on my synth and then cut out the empty space from the beginning when recorded.


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    don't you use MIDI CZ ?

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    I guess I'm a "modern" producer, I don't really need midi anywhere..


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    wow

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    Thanks man.



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    Ok heres a question I wanna take a guitar riff from my guitar and get it on wavlab(soundforge) how would I do this....?

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    I'm not sure which type of cable you need between your guitar and computer since I use synth. But basically plug it in your computer's line in and hit record in Wavelab. Make sure your soundcard understands the function "Record what you hear". Which scard u have?


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    just a patch cord out of your amp into line in or mic on your soundcard.
    You'll need a 1/4inch to 1/8inch adaptor (2 bucks at radioshack).
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    Ok cool guys, I may need more info as I am illiterate when it comes to computer ins anouts but I do know I have three sockets(Is that how you say it?) n my soundcard I know one I use for my headphones and the others no clue, I have a soundblater card

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