Started by RacingHippo, November 13, 2008, 02:29:45 PM
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Quote from: "SerFox"Oh and to RH:A stereo input is good. The best thing to do is buy yourself a cheap mini-mixer from maplins, and bring the stereo out of that with a combination cable (mono-mono to stereo) then record that using audacity or your daw of choice.
Quote from: "RacingHippo"At last! A sensible answer!
QuoteI guess what I'm really trying to angle at is a way to record more than 2 channels simultaneously (multiple bootlaces?), but I suspect the only way to do that would involve spending more money than I have available, either on a HDD recorder of some form or multi-channel input for the PC (I presume these things exist?).
Quote from: "vocalnick"Quote from: "RacingHippo"At last! A sensible answer!Uh oh... what have I done?
Quote from: "vocalnick"They do indeed exist, and that's generally the better way to do it.
Quote from: "vocalnick"of course there's a lot more to it than simply balancing the mic levels - you have to put them in the right place for a start, get the drums sounding good in the room before that... and it goes on and on.