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DeepRoots
Sweet- im going to get in on this one. Cheers Muris smile.gif
audiopaal
Another one already? smile.gif
Nice, I'll try to record something for this competition as well smile.gif
seagull
Aww, wish I had some decent recording gear. Then I definitely would've signed up for this...
Muris Varajic
QUOTE (seagull @ Mar 18 2008, 02:57 PM) *
Aww, wish I had some decent recording gear. Then I definitely would've signed up for this...


Don't worry at all about quality of recording,
all I need is notes,that's all. smile.gif
Muris Varajic
Excellent, keep them coming!! smile.gif
seagull
QUOTE (Muris @ Mar 18 2008, 02:58 PM) *
Don't worry at all about quality of recording,
all I need is notes,that's all. smile.gif


Oh, cool, then I guess I could work something out.
But how about backingtracks? I don't know how to do them blink.gif
Mark.
Cool! I think I join this one tongue.gif

Be prepaired for some crappy recording and SHRED! ! laugh.gif laugh.gif

Mark.
Muris Varajic
QUOTE (seagull @ Mar 18 2008, 07:12 PM) *
Oh, cool, then I guess I could work something out.
But how about backingtracks? I don't know how to do them blink.gif


Well it'd be cool to have BT as well.
If that's problem for you then post only guitar part,I'll think of something. smile.gif
audiopaal
Seagull: If I get well (I got sick today..) I'll try to help you out with the backing tracks,
just send me the guitar recording smile.gif
If you want to that is..
Muris Varajic
QUOTE (audiopaal @ Mar 18 2008, 09:33 PM) *
Seagull: If I get well (I got sick today..) I'll try to help you out with the backing tracks,
just send me the guitar recording smile.gif
If you want to that is..


Awesome,that's real GMC spirit,thumbs up!! biggrin.gif
seagull
QUOTE (audiopaal @ Mar 18 2008, 09:33 PM) *
Seagull: If I get well (I got sick today..) I'll try to help you out with the backing tracks,
just send me the guitar recording smile.gif
If you want to that is..



Now that is mighty kind of you! I will probably return to you when I figured out some licks... smile.gif
But could someone tell me, just to know, how to make a decent backing track? IE what programs to use etc.
I know some uses ProTools, but I've heard that it is very expensive. How about Fruityloops?
Muris Varajic
I use Cubase but it's not free software sad.gif

Not sure about frutyloops tho...guys?
seagull
QUOTE (Muris @ Mar 19 2008, 04:10 PM) *
I use Cubase but it's not free software sad.gif

Not sure about frutyloops tho...guys?


Your backings are sweet, I'll try finding a demo of Cubase then. smile.gif

But other suggestions are welcome too! biggrin.gif
Siggum
QUOTE (seagull @ Mar 19 2008, 04:30 PM) *
Your backings are sweet, I'll try finding a demo of Cubase then. smile.gif

But other suggestions are welcome too! biggrin.gif


You can download a 30 trial of Acid Pro, http://www.download.com/Acid-Pro/3000-2170_4-10351575.html

Its a very easy program to use and il be glad to help with you create some easy tracks if you decide to give it a try, offcourse you will have to pay for it eventually but i dont know any good sequencers that doesnt cost anything.
audiopaal
QUOTE (seagull @ Mar 19 2008, 03:59 PM) *
Now that is mighty kind of you! I will probably return to you when I figured out some licks... smile.gif
But could someone tell me, just to know, how to make a decent backing track? IE what programs to use etc.
I know some uses ProTools, but I've heard that it is very expensive. How about Fruityloops?


Just glad to be of any help smile.gif Yeah, let me know when you have something and we'll work it out smile.gif

I use Cubase as well, not too familiar with fruityloops but I guess you can use that for making backingtracks..
Lots of tutorials on YouTube, example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ERW-ztj-sg...feature=related
audiopaal
QUOTE (seagull @ Mar 19 2008, 04:30 PM) *
Your backings are sweet, I'll try finding a demo of Cubase then. smile.gif

But other suggestions are welcome too! biggrin.gif


Cubase is my kind of program smile.gif
Muris Varajic
Here's where we can continue sharing infos and suggestions
about recording issues,different softwares etc. smile.gif
Trond Vold
Anyone tried Luna Free? It's free, and it supports audio recording and VST's.
Havent that much experience with it, but it's easy enough.

The free version is limited to 8 tracks though, but that should be more than enough to make a backing track.

http://www.mutools.com/products.html
Canis
I tried Acoustica Beatcraft some days ago. It's easy to use, and the result was... Well, not professional since I'm a newbie in these things, but it had good sounds tongue.gif
Young Guitarist
Im gonna give Acid pro the 30 day trial try ... if i like it il make my dad buy it, haha, i give him the money, he lends me his card. great deal ^^,
Muris Varajic
Why don't you try Reaper,it's free and really nice for main recording. smile.gif
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