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  • #317
    El Rustirino
    Participant

    As I was SAYING (rob), I record in Garageband, and I really don’t think it has the capabilities that I would like it to have..

    #4964
    rob
    Participant

    Again, my apologies for apparently being delete-happy.

    #4963
    Version3
    Keymaster

    Shit, I wish I could remember my response.

    What capabilities is it you are looking for? Peak isn’t going to provide you much more than stereo recording, effects processing (I like that you can apply them to the incoming audio) and cut/copy/paste type editing. For a better editing experience, the production suite type stuff (like Logic) would be better.

    #4971
    El Rustirino
    Participant

    I would like to have a show where I can record for an hour and possibly edit a little bit.

    Peak sounds good, I may go for that.

    #4961
    Version3
    Keymaster

    I don’t like how it runs on the Intel… I’m thinking about switching quite honestly. I just haven’t figured out if Logic can really replace it. I need to get in there and discover.

    #4972
    El Rustirino
    Participant

    I’m on intel. Hm.

    #4962
    Version3
    Keymaster

    I think most of my issues are related to my older VST plugins, but the whole product is a little behind the times. It was just the closest equivalent I could find to Soundforge (of which there really is none).

    #4970
    El Rustirino
    Participant

    Because I actually need other stuff like mics, headphones, mixer, etc, I may just record into Soundtrack pro, the only thing I have on my computer downstairs at the moment.

    #4976
    thx_1227
    Participant

    It sounds like you favor a more complex program, but if you are just recording and editing voice, Audacity is always good. I know it has its limits, but it’s free.

    #4960
    Version3
    Keymaster

    I’ve used Soundtrack Pro recently for this kind of stuff, multiple mics sound input and such… it’s not without it’s issues, and some of them make ‘live’ type recording a problem unless you can dedicate the machine to record and not be touched at all. For anything. I like the ability to multitrack record, makes it easy to isolate things later if you choose to. Do what I do, make sure you have a backup running too. 😉

    #4969
    El Rustirino
    Participant

    I have no idea how to multitrack record on it, though.

    And Audacity just pisses me off.

    #4975
    thx_1227
    Participant
    El Rustirino wrote:
    I have no idea how to multitrack record on it, though.

    And Audacity just pisses me off.

    Well your hardware must have multi-track capabilities. What are using? If it is USB, then it probably will only record a stereo track…

    #4968
    El Rustirino
    Participant

    I’m not using anything right now, that’s something I’m solving on Christmas.

    When I do, it’ll be a Alesis Multimix 6, so I assume it will record multitrack.

    #4959
    Version3
    Keymaster

    it won’t. This is an analog mixer and will not give you any digital interface to your computer. You’d have to just use your line in, if you have one. Stereo only and less than ideal.

    #4974
    El Rustirino
    Participant

    Shit. And here I was, thinking it would be an ideal alternative to this expensive monstrosity.

    Damnit. I am on a budget.

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