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    Hey all,
    Just need some advice, here's what I got:
    My brother-in-law has a R&B group in Cali. he was down recently for
    a visit and he heard me playing my Gee-tar for my daughter. He called me
    from Cali last night and wants me to play on a few of his tracks.
    I'm trying to find the best way to record and send him some stuff over
    the computer. I haven't done this in years. Any suggestions??? Is there any
    good software out there for this??? Is there a gadget that I can hook into my
    equipment and run through the computer???

    Just want to find the best way to good a good sound using a computer
     
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    One, you could find out what program he's using,so the formats will be compatable. That way he could send you what he has down on CD, and you add whatever tracks you need & send it back. As far as directly from the computer, I'll have to ask my son; he has a studio. But I will check.
     
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    Just asked. Said that any music store/chain that has recording equipment will be able to help you; there's all kinds of stuff out there. The only problem is that doing it the way you want, it'll be EXPENSIVE.
     
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    Joker, I know that for about $300, yopu can get an effects box with a USB port. Aside from that, I'm not too sure but I think the price only goes up from there.
     
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    Thanx fellas,
    I'll explore further. I might just get some recording equip. or break
    down and buy some studio time.
     
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    You're very welcome, only I have :boobies:
     
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    Sorry, I overlooked that
     
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    If you do, make sure you get ahold of a salesperson who actually knows what they're talking about. Aaron informed me there's some recording equip that will allow you to record as many tracks you need but once it's recorded you can't re-record over what's been put down. So, if the timing is off or you mess up.....you're stuck. It's called latentcy.
     
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    got it!
    Thanx
     

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