I need a new sound card...

Discussion in 'Sequencing Hardware' started by DWJ, Jan 11, 2003.

  1. DWJ

    DWJ New Member

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    I have a digital piano and used to use it with my computer via a Turtle Beach Pinnacle sound card. I would "record" a piano track then add other things using difference voices (strings, drums, etc). I haven't done much for a number of years and want to get back into it. My sound card (ISA) won't work in my newer PC so am not sure what I should do. I just got a drum pad (Roland SPD-6) and don't really understand how to use it, my piano and my PC all together.

    I was looking for a bit of direction... Should I look at a sound card or some other device. The local music shop was keen on selling me a USB device with audio inputs, etc.! I couldn't see how it would help me. I definitely have amateur objectives and would need to edit what I "record". I do want it to sound decent though. I recall not being very happy with the "voices" on my old sound card.

    Kindly,

    David
  2. Cain2060

    Cain2060 New Member

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    get a Sb Live by creative it has a software that comes with it and it lets you right sheet music straigt from the line in (which is your keybord).

    Ps your keybord does not even have to be a digital one
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    LemonJuice New Member

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    I use echo soundcards, and they seem to work pretty good, I dont like SB cards much cause they arent compatable with certain things like gigastudio....
    Chelsea
  4. DWJ

    DWJ New Member

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    How are the patches on the LemonJuice card? Do you use any other hardware &/or software in order to augment or improve the quality of the patches? That's my biggest beef with all the sound cards I've heard.

    David

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