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#1 2008-12-05 05:58:09

Robert Lunte
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Home Recording Set Up

I would like to ask the TMV community to share with us their home recording set up; software, pre-amp, microphones, headphones, effects, etc... I think this could be really useful for the community.  I have used:


ProTools 8
M-Audio FireWire Solo

RODE NT1
Pearlman TM-2

Mu-Technologies
TC-Helicon Doubler
TC-Helicon VoiceWorks

Extreme Isolation Headphones X-29s

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#2 2008-12-05 09:04:08

alessandrodelvecchio
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Re: Home Recording Set Up

Apple computers
Yamaha 01x Mlan firewire soundcard/mixing console/ controller
Logic Pro 8
Pro Tools 7.3
Digidesign Mbox sound card with Production toolkit
Rode NTK
Wintube preamp
Senneheiser ear-phones
Yamaha MLan plug-in package

Last edited by alessandrodelvecchio (2008-12-11 22:16:53)


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#3 2008-12-11 16:32:48

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

SONAR4 Producer Edition
MAudio Audiophile soundCard
MAudio MicPreamp
Roland RD-300 digital Piano
MAudio Oxygen-8 USB keyboard
Eurorack UB302 Mixer
Wharfdale Speakers
RODE NT3 microphone


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#4 2008-12-30 16:39:02

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

Actually, this topic brings up a question of mine...

What is a good affordable recording software for both voice and guitar that is compatible with Macs BESIDES Logic (And obviously Garage Band).

I am buying a M-Audio recording interface as well as a cheap Shure microphone for about... $55. I know Pro Tools is very prestigious, but the price is far too steep for me. Keep in mind I am a student and on a very tight budget.

Thanks for any help.


But as for your question:

I use a new MacBook 2.4 GHz with Garage Band and for now the built-in Mic... :/

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#5 2008-12-31 05:05:53

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

Well, not (only) home recording exactly, but I use:

- Shure Beta 87, Audio-Technica AT4040, Rode NT2-A and Neumann U87 mics
- Yamaha 01V, Allen&Heath GL2200 and Studiomaster Session Mix 8-2 gold mixers
- Sennheiser HD-25 and Audio-Technica ATH-D40 headphones
- Cubase SX3 and Wavelab 4.0
- NAD C320 BEE amp with Intertechnik EX-4 monitors
- M-AUDIO Delta 1010LT (x2)

Effects are mainly done in the box, meaning VST-FX. I like the tc compressor and native reverb.
In addition, I use a lot of impulse responses of real spaces for reverb.
Then there is a large collection of different EQs, reverbs and dynamics.

External stuff includes tc M-ONE, M2000 and Altair CN-220 compressors.

What really helps with Cubase: 2x 22" TFT monitors I got myself for christmas :-)

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#6 2009-01-23 20:53:09

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

This brings up a question for me, perhaps should be the topic of a seperate post tho'....

What would be the best "composing" set up for a singer, with a minimum set of instrumental skills?? (Okay i barely play guitar :)

Using a PC is almost a given i think for "home" recording..

but I want to "key in" guitar, drum, bass and etc tracks which i can remove when I have someone else come in and do "their guitar/bass drum version " over the vox and "disposable" melody line tracks I've already laid.  May wanna add some flute, violin etc too...So I guess SW with a keyboard type interface to a PC/laptop is the thing...

and just like everybody else, I'm on a "buuuuuhhhhhdet".....

Can anyone recommend a "system" to me??

Forgive me if you have already mentioned such a system in the thread above :)


Ancora Imparo

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#7 2009-01-27 14:39:57

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

The best economical situation... a great co-writer with gear!! :) haha

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#8 2009-02-19 19:28:21

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

Sure sm58 or Rode NT1 - TC Correct - Line6 UX1 audio interface (also put guitar into this) - Logic Pro - iMac - 'Cheap' speakers!' plus beyerdynamic dt100 headphones.
I must get some good 'cheap' nearfield monitors.

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#9 2009-05-11 18:44:27

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

Not exactly home recording either:

Microphones: Manley Reference series, AKG C 414 EB
pre amp: A designs Pacifica, Apogee Rosetta 200, Big Ben,
Cubase SX3, Wavelab, UAD plug ins, Altiverb convolution reverb, Melodyne

Perry Monauredes
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#10 2009-11-23 02:42:19

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

Interface: EMU 0404 USB
Midi Keyboard: Reveal MusicStar
Mics: Rode NT1-A, Rode M3, Shure SM58, Behringer XM8500, Apex 381
Speakers/Monitors: M-Audio Studiophile AV 30, Westone UM1
Preamp: ART Tube MP
Software: Adobe Audition, FL Studio

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#11 2009-12-07 14:12:29

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

My simple home studio that works great

MacBook Pro (2007)
Soundcard: Line6 toneport UX2 ( and pod farm plugin)
Tbone SCT2000 tube mic
Shure Beta 58
Logic 9
M-Audio DX4 monitoring
E-MU Xboard 49 Keyboard
Telecaster Custom made, Stratocaster Fender 50th anniversary
Cornford RK100 guitar amps

And that's it, may seems small but i realized after a lot of research that if you want a really pro recording you have to record on a professional studio, period.
But i can get really great sound coming out of this set-up.

Once you can get a good take, all the work is done in Logic and so the quality will depends on your studio engineer skills.

I like my sutdio because it's really plug' n' record. I click on Logic, turn on the mic preamp and i can record ;-)

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#12 2009-12-07 20:00:07

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

I just picked up a ProFire 610 from M-Audio and will be using that with Reaper software.  Im using a 64-bit PC.  And Ill use a RODE NTK1 and an EV Cardinal for mics... Once ProTools is compatible with 64-bit, ill migrate to the ProTools LE I think... just a simple system. Sean Walker, one of my Screaming Pillars set it up for me... any thoughts out there about this simple set up?

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#13 2009-12-11 14:43:52

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

Can't protools work even if you're pc is 64bit?
In my opinion, the 64 bit is not so useful, for home studio.
Just be sure your pc has all the ram he can manage. What is your OS?
The profire is a good one, because it can work in standalone.
The mics are for sure great ;-)

@1,000 watts
Don't waste money on software, garage is really a great thing to start, you can do really great things with it ;-). Just buy a good mic, for tiny home studio SM58 will be great, and a good soundcard ;-)

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#14 2009-12-13 14:19:09

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

joshual wrote:

Just buy a good mic, for tiny home studio SM58 will be great, and a good soundcard ;-)

A 58 might be useful for on-stage use if it fits your voice - IMHO it doesn't work as great for ~80% of the singers who wanted one. For studio use (and that includes home studios), go for a Rode NT2-A, NT1 or a Beta 87 which will make your life much much easier.

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#15 2009-12-15 08:51:55

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

I agree with you, but i thought he wanted to have an affordable solution ;-). I don't like the Beta 87, this mic sounds real cool on woman voices ( of what i tried) but was a little bit brigth for my voice. But on stage it kicks ass lol

@1000 watts
I'm a guitar player ( pro) and singer ( if i can say that lol). My setup is really affordable and can be summerized in only 2 main things:

Toneport UX2 from Line6: it' a kind of pod with great amp simulators, you even have 4 studio preamp for the vocals.
T-BONE SCT2000: it's my mic, it's a tube mic that can give you some really cool things, awesome for the price. I have it compared to much expensive mics and all the tech guys were surprised by the quality.

The soundcard can be found used for 150€ and the mic can be bougth on thomman.de brand new for about 250€.
400€ it's really cheap for what you can do with it, he limit is just your cretivity

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#16 2009-12-15 17:36:50

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

My source (Sean Walker from Guitar Center and resident TMV member) tells me that protools LE is not available yet for 64-bit, so I went with reaper... its fine... Im looking forward to it... I hear protools can be a plug-in , ugly beast sometimes... Im not recording bands... Im simply recording vocals over the top of produced bed tracks...

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#17 2010-01-23 16:04:51

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

I use :
Apex 410 wmc
Apex pencil mics
sm58
m-audio Firewire 1814 interface
64bit vista quad core pc with dual displays
Cubase 5 advance


Cheers,

David.

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#18 2010-02-21 17:03:40

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

Rychemaiden,

I use PGMusic's Band In A Box, and RealBand/ProTracks here and it works reasonably well.  I've had their software for a number of years, and while there is certainly room for improvement we find that it is more than adequate for producing demo CDs, and we have also produced some CDs for a couple of our professional stage performer friends that have been well received.

As Robert mentioned, there is Reaper which is very inexpensive.  I have downloaded Reaper but have not yet had time to experiment with it yet, so I don't have any first hand experience yet.

For the original request for this topic:

My "studio" set up is:

PC with Band In A Box and RealBand.

Two TC-Helicon VoiceLive 2 harmonizers.  The VoiceLive 2s are used mainly for harmonies, but we also use the "auto" audio engineer feature to help clean up the sound.  No pitch correction is used, just the auto monitoring / adjusting features.

Two Telefunken M-80 mics which run though the VoiceLive 2's

A number of lower end Audio-Technica mics for additional vocal and instrument recording.

Roland GT-10 Guitar Effects.

Nady in ear monitor system, and some inexpensive headphones as well as earbuds.

Also a floor monitor.

Berhinger 12 channel mixer.

All recording is done using PGMusic's RealBand which is a combination MIDI sequencer and digital recorder.  We use Band In A Box to generate "the band" for our original compositions, and it works reasonably well for that task.

Currently most of what we record is done "live" with sequences playing, while recording the output of the sound module, guitar, and vocals via the mixer.  That is, we are not doing actual multi-track recording 99% of the time.

We have also done some "multi-track" recording for others who provide their own backing track, with the backing recorded on one track and the vocals recorded on separate track(s).

Post processing is done in RealBand using VST-FX plugins and the results are quite good.  Next up is a true multi-track digital recorder, but that will have to wait for the budget to allow it.

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#19 2010-03-07 08:57:17

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

At home I currently use:

Audio Interface: TC Impact Twin - superb unit, can't recommend it enough!
Monitors: KRK Rokit RP5; Creative GigaWorks Hi-Fi speakers
Headphones: AKG K55
Preamp: Behringer Ultragain MIC200 - only for direct recording of guitars, the TC build-in preamp is much cleaner & better sounding for mics.
Microphones: Shure SM57 - works nice with my voice.
Guitars: Yamaha SA950 - my eternal japanese love :) ; custom built PRS copy with ash body, maple neck and DiMarzio pickups; Silvertone acoustic
Guitar Amp: Fender Super Champ XD + a few pedals
Software: Cubase 5.1; Amplitube 3; Superior Drummer 2.0; various VST instruments and plug-ins.

It's a rather inexpensive setup but then again my room is not very well treated acoustically so I only do demos at home. My best pal has a very nice studio and several high-quality condenser mics, my favorite so far is the Neumann U89.

I plan of getting a SE Electronics 2200 large-diaphragm condenser mic & Beyerdynamic DT700 Pro headphones in a month or two.

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#20 2010-04-27 09:18:22

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

Here is an outline of my setup, although it is constantly being updated....

Mics: a selection of Large Dia Condenser and Dynamic.
Headphones:Sennheiser, Behringer and Watson.... also Behringer dist amp.
Mixer: Behringer XENYX 2442FX desk.
Audio Interface: M-Audio.
Outboard Effects: Behringer and Ibanez.
Recording on: PC Quadcore, 2x Tbyte drives, 4Gig ram.
Software: Pro-Tools, Audition, Melodyne, Sonar, Reason and Sibelius.
Instruments: Keyboards (Roland, Yamaha, Casio), Guitars (6/12 string acoustic, 6 string Electric), Electric Violin, Flute, Clarinet, Trumpet.

Many other bits and bobs, too much to list here, all in a very small room...ideal for solo/duo musicians

My system is used by myself and visiting recording musicians.

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#21 2010-04-27 11:41:46

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

I just installed ProTools 8 and the Mu-Technologies vocal software. Mu-Technologies is a partner of TMV.  Great software.

www.mu-technologies.com

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#22 2010-04-29 04:52:02

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

tapco mixing board (for phantom power and monitoring via AKG K240's), Audio technica 4033, and a delta 10/10.. use samplitude 24/96.. though I like Vegas and Nuendo as well.

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#23 2010-05-26 15:55:42

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

Ya'll have me totally beat. I've got a pc with Windows XP, Audacity software (freeware) and a standard desktop mic I got at Office Depot. It's about like singing into a cellphone. And I don't have the money to gear up. The construction biz has been rough the lsat couple of years and I keep finding myself out of work because I am not in any one's "good ol boy" network and I am not union (IBEW).

But I never quit. It just may take me a while to get there.

Before that, I was using my little digital camera (my hand is bigger than the camera.)

Outside of that, I have a Tascam Porta 3 4-track analog recording machine but no way to convert its output to digital. That machine is about 20 years old, as it is.

Just once, I would like to go to those karoake studios where they could let you record your voice over the backing track and tehn press you a cd of it.


"When the daylight is rising up in my eyes ..." - Klaus Meine

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#24 2010-08-19 09:55:22

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

Cakewalk sonar7PE
alienware computer (win vista) duo core with 4 gigs of ram
Line6 toneport ux2(pod farm)
Behringer mixer(small 8 ch)
Betamonkey drum loops
Mxl 990,991,sure ksm9,beta 58,ATM63HE,AS-645L
alesis monitor 1's with alesis power amp
alesis qs6.1, m-audio axiom61
too many guitars ..not to mention my rig thats a monster all its own

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#25 2010-08-21 13:13:21

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

Ntrack, Cool Edit, SM-58, Audigy 2 sound card, Waves plugins, Harbal, PSP Vintage Warmer, Analog X DC Offset, Bobtail Sound System Modular, Tube MP pre-amp, Digitech RP-70. Classic Compressor, Pushtec, VocEQPro, FA3 Full, Ampelian, for Bass.

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#26 2010-12-01 01:31:59

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

Line 6 toneport interface
Soundforge 9
Cakewalk gtp3
And lots of Acid programs and all of other effects that I have for my guitar rig.

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#27 2010-12-05 13:45:55

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

studio mic into usb interface. Using Audacity to record and mix. I've noticed that on songs where I have lots of twang or brightness, I have to back further away from the mic to avoid ringing the mic. At least 15 inches away, sometimes farther. How far do others have to be away from the mic?


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#28 2011-04-27 10:46:40

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

Computer and Software
---MacBook dual 2ghz, 2 gigs RAM
---Logic Express
---GarageBand (I use it all the time for recording my exercises and tracking if I"m working alone)
---Reason 2.0

Interface
---Steinberg CI2 USB Interface (just purchases to replace my old Tascam US122 that died)
---Mackie 802-VLZ Mixer (not always in the signal chain, but useful sometimes)

Processing
---Beringer Autocom Compressor (it's crap, but it's better than nothing)
---Art Studio V3 Tube Preamp

Mics
---Shure57 (not for vocals, ever!)
---Seinheiser 835 (More for live use, but I've recorded with it when I didn't have two condensers)
---Beringer C0-1 LDC
---Sterling Audio ST51 LDC (just purchased to replace the Beringer for most purposes)

Instruments
---Seagull 6-String acoustic, with an pickup
---Japanese Fernadez J-Bass, with a badass bridge
---A beat up Ovation acoustic set up for slide

Monitoring

KRK ROKIT 5 Near-Fields
Crappy Beringer headphones.
My first recording set up was a starter package from Daddy's with that Beringer mic, the Tascam US-122, a mic stand, headphones, maybe some cables and crap software. Once learned what I was doing, I though I might buy Motu or Mackie Onyx and a really good mic,  so I held out on upgrading.  I'm looking forward to hearing the results with the slight improvements.

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#29 2011-12-10 14:39:53

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

Older equipment I still have but don't use anymore:
8 track Tascam uses high bias type II chrome tapes.
24 channel Mackie powered mixer.

New equipment currently in use:
Saffire Pro 26 i/o firewire unit.
Yamaha prs 630 for keys and programming drums(built in midi interface)
2 desktop pc's, one that I use a sequencer on for programming drums,
2nd one with beefed up memory for recording onto:
1982 Takamine Acoustic
1987 Fender Stratocaster
2009 Ibanez rgr320ex
crate flexwave half stack
Shure SM57
Shure M48(I think)
Fender Passport P.A. system
Cool Edit Pro for recording

Don't use pro tools as it requires certain equipment to be hooked up that I don't have.
I have a room dedicated to my studio. In addition, with the help of a friend, I built a
soundbooth in my studio this year.


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#30 2012-01-11 13:48:02

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

Yamaha N12
Shure Beta 58A
Reaper

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#31 2012-05-18 19:02:04

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

I used to use a PC but I kept getting a buzzing sound (ground loop?).  So I took the PC out of the equation and bought a tascam portastudio.

Here's my setup: ~$500

Behringer c1 condenser mic - $40
Soundcraft 124fx mixer - $99
Tascam dp-008 portastudio - $220

I use mp3 player/idevice for music tracks

http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7072/7222520594_2a6cfc4c6f_b.jpg

Here's a sample --> http://k005.kiwi6.com/hotlink/pb0g0sd171/shoulda2.mp3

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#32 2012-07-29 04:49:39

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

M-audio Keystation 88es
M-audio Ozonic (has built-in preamp with phantom power)
MXL V67G Condenser mic
Electro-Voice N/D767a mic
Vox Mini 3 Amp (mic in, guitar in, aux in, and headphone jack)
iPad (Pianist Pro and Symphonix Evolution)
Rise Uke Stick Concert
http://ukulelereview.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/11/risa-uke-12.jpg

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#33 2012-12-08 06:52:33

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

I currently use a Samson Meteor Mic (a sturdy USB Condenser w/ headphone jack) and Audacity as my primary audio recording/editing software. It serves me well. I set up my conditions semi-decently and I generally get pretty decent recordings. I primarily record voice+piano/guitar.

You can check out my soundcloud to get an idea of the quality.

https://soundcloud.com/bchen929


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#34 2013-01-09 15:22:19

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Re: Home Recording Set Up

Thanks for such a nice sharing.This is very vital specially for me.Actually I want to visit japan to buy some best quality set up at nominal cost.I might be able to get my visit visa till next week.

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