drum music creation programs, bass, guitar recording?
Hi I am an amateur guitarist and I want to write music. I'm looking for a computer program that has the following features to offer. I want to be able to create and percussion under mine and I would not mind if it came with some loops. But I have to be able to make my own good. Then I would be able to connect through my amp and play rhythm and lead that can be recorded and added to the track or loop the entire track. I am willing to be able to pace, record and take on the top and save. I have to have a good quality sound recordings. I'm not looking for a guitar manufacturer of blow I want to play, but I do not care if he did. Finally, I'd be able to put all the bass, drums, and my guitar playing together, and to record my singing at the top. All the songs I write, I would be able to put in mp3 format. I am using Windows XP
Hey man that is almost exactly what I do. You have several options, so it depends on your budget. Key points – Cause: This is the important test software. This will allow using drum loops and other instrument loops. You can edit, cut, move, manipulate, so the loop on his own. You can also create your own drum loops using the Re-Drum module (very similar to Fruit Loops, but much better). You can also take more than 1000 instruments (piano, guitar, cello, bass, violin, pads, synth, etc.) You can record everything you want in the sequencer, you can change what will save the cut, move, change and add effects. The reason is package goods, it's ridiculous what you can do with it. recording software – which is included with the audio interface you choose. Tracktion, Cubase, Pro Tools, or is the way forward. Because you can record on the sequencer, but you want to keep these things in the audio delivery system for real is what the Tracktion, Cubase or Pro Tools. In audio, you can save, edit, mix and master. Add filters to the track and export to MP3 or whatever you want. While any of the options you need Reason and MIDI keyboard controller (which is what you use for bass, drums, guitar and other sounds not played). Option 1: $ 900 Reason – $ 400 http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/Reason4/ http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/Axiom61 Axiom 61 $ 299 Tapco Link Firewire – $ 199 http://www.sweetwater. com/store/detail/LinkFW4x6 / Reason and Axiom are used to make drum beats and other instruments. Tapco Link Firewire audio interface is that you can connect your guitar to your amplifier and recording. Firewire will give 0 latency and good quality. This interface comes with Tracktion. Option 2: $ 1,730 Reason – $ 400 $ 299 Axiom http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/Reason4/ 61 Mackie Onyx Firewire 1220 and http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/Axiom61 – $ 1030 http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/Onyx1220/ http://www. sweetwater.com / Store / detail / OnyxFWCard This option is different because you take a firewire mixer. This allows you to connect up to 12 inputs and multi-track (simultaneous recording each input on its own track) record. You can also use the event to live if necessary settings and use a program or whatnott AP. This will give a better quality of Option No. 1 because of the Onyx preamps in the mixer. That would be the way forward, if you can register more than one instrument at a time. Option No. 1 is limited to two tickets at once, he can not do more. You did not mention any voice, so do not include a microphone and a preamplifier. But if something that interests you, you are looking for another $ 200 – $ 300 out of respectable quality microphone. Email me if you have other questions. Good luck.
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