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I have searched the achieves and I am looking for not a show but the program that Micky put together for the olympics I think in 94? anyone out there have this? I had it on VHS but over the years has gone missing
ok so i am a little embarrassed to ask this but, how do i get the torrent i downloaded into separate tracks? i have audicity, traders little helper and sony soundforge. I could do it manually but is there a way i can just load it into one of those and presto. thanks for any help.
Hey folks, I have been looking to buy a new microphone or two to record live shows as well as my band rehearsals. I've look at the Rode NT 4 as a stereo mic and think it looks like a pretty decent mic. Just wondering what people are recording with, Mics, recorders, video recorders, etc.?
Does anyone know of an easy to use
program that can tag cover art to MP3 files?
(for ex: some nice artwork was created for
the "30 Days of the Dead" MP3's. How do I
tag the artwork to the files?)
actual my is not on that but she does play tenor sax. The band is the van burens you should check them out. I think you would appreciate their sense of political humor.
Definiteky, for a first try. And the tune is quite good too. What instrument does your wife play?
So I finally got my rig up and running and recorded my first show. The band is The Van Burens and they are amazingly good. Please take a listen and tell me what you think of my recording. If you really want to know about my rig sp c-4 > art preamp> pcm-m10. This track is raw no editing at all.jeffrey's world by muddy das
I hear a lot of good things about this device, which is said to be very good value.
people record so much stuff on their phones and upload it to YouTube, I'm curious to know what the more serious are using...
.hey so i have been thinking about recording shows but have no idea where to start..like which mic's to use what kinda of recorder to buy ...etc... .any certain book to explain all the technical stuff.. do i need my own mixing board... my wife is part of the local music scene i realy what to record her jaming out. any info on where to start is highly appreciated.