PC Recording

Discussion in 'Digital Audio & Recording' started by shorts, Oct 28, 2001.

  1. ryeman

    ryeman GREEN MACHINE

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    pc recoring

    I use a pentuim4 with 256 mb ddr ram,cubase/cakewalk and I recently purchased an M-Audio "audiophile 2496 card.

    This setup rocks!
  2. MacMan

    MacMan Network Consultant

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    ryeman: I am using dual 1.25GHz powermac G4 with the new 7.1 m-audio card, but I have 1.5GB of ddr ram
  3. robbmiller

    robbmiller New Member

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    Cakewalk 9 and CoolEdit are the affordable combo.
  4. james

    james New Member

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    Well I use the very early cakewalk express to run sound module for bass guitar , sound module also doubles up to run alesis drum module, All final editing is done with sonar I find it works quite well as long as you have enough space and speed.
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    dmbjt New Member

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    I still use cool edit 96
  6. phoenix

    phoenix New Member

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    use cool edit pro. Record midis as mp3 straight from sound module into soundblaster live, then import them into sony jukebox and send them to my net md as required for each gig....Most kool!!!

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