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    Holla to everyone. I'm from Malaysia. I'm interested in making hip hop music. I want to make songs. I want to be a rapper. I want to make a demo tape/cd kind of thing. I wrote some fine lyrics already... it's just that I want to know the next step...

    Can someone tell me what I need to know about a home studio based on computers...

    What i mean is that I need a guide for what to buy(pc,mic,etc i dunno)

    I have a tight budget.

    I'm asking for a complete guide from A to Z on how to make music/songs and put them onto cds so that i can send them to record labels/company in my area...

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    google search for the complete guide.
    search here for the other stuff, this has ben asked heaps of times the answers should be here.

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    There's really not a cheap way to do this. I'm a radio DJ, I can tell you right now, you won't be able to do it professionally without spending at least $200.

    Pretty much what you need to record things on a computer.

    1. A mixer (Behringer & Yamaha are good)
    2. Microphones (XLR. Hint: If you got the line connected to the microphone that you cannot remove, don't buy it.)
    3. Software (This one is a tricky one because there's some software that is better than another in some features and another that is better at a different one.
    I'd recommend that you just go to the distributors websites and download the trial. Play around with it until you get comfortable with one software.

    - Sony Vegas
    - Sony Acid
    - Adobe Audition

    Those are the best ones (in my opinion)

    Let us know if you have any more questions.

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    Originally posted by Zeav
    There's really not a cheap way to do this. I'm a radio DJ, I can tell you right now, you won't be able to do it professionally without spending at least $200.
    i guess you meant at least 2000.. not 200.. :confused:

    i wouldn't know of any semi-professional setup that would cost close to approx. 200$..


    Originally posted by Zeav

    1. A mixer (Behringer & Yamaha are good)
    imho behringer are NOT good mixers.. (my personal opinion, but i've seen others sharing that opinion)

    they're ok, if you can't afford anything better, but otherwise i would never recommend them..


    Rd-Z: check this link: http://www.tweakheadz.com/guide.htm
    there you'll have lots to read, many questions, and many answers

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    I'm talking about something to start with...

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