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    Hi

    I have been making "live" music for some time now but i really want to record some stuff now.
    But i need to know how to get this working.

    I have an AKAI MPC2000XL
    AKAI S3000XL
    NordRack 2
    Roland MC-303
    i use my mpc to sync all my other gear and it works great.

    But when it comes to recording my stuff i am just a beginner.
    Should i record all my stuff into cubase and than just use the audio tracks to put fx over my audio.
    I really need someone's advise about this...........


    PLEASE HELP!

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    Cool recording

    it is what it is.......

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    Should i record all my stuff into cubase and than just use the audio tracks to put fx over my audio.
    One word: YES !!

    Got Cubase VST 5.0, learn how to work with (the basics), and you can start audio recording, adding fx, and (pre-)mastering.
    => mind this: get a computer with many power (Mac G4 or Pentium4 1,5 Ghz - 512 MB RAM) to work without any problems

    => personally I think good VST plugins are:

    * Waves: "Gold Bundle" (a collecton of very high-quality fx)
    * Sonic Timeworks plugins (a.o. a great reverb fx, also phaser, delay,...)
    * iZotope: "Ozone" (mastering package, requires large computer-power)
    * and many more...

    any specific questions ? go ahead !!

    Peace !!

    P.S.: another option is harddisk recording via e.g. a Roland VS-1880, but that's many more expensive, and I think you have many more features with Cubase and VST plugins
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