I agree that Behringer have lots of good sounding stuff (with price taken into consideration).
Nothing beats a good old dog bark though!
This is so cool and helpful Kyle!!! one word: AWESOME!
This is great- you're picking your topics very well Kyle thanks! Im looking forward to more
Great one Kyle,picking the right gear is tricky,
I'm sure this will help to many!
How do i connect my dog?!?!? LMAO
Cool stuff m8! Was really a pleasure to watch
Very nice lesson! Great explanations and very informative!
By the way, what is the music in the background?
I just noticed that I have the same exact monitors! :-)
very useful for primer Cool
Kyle this is so good..You have great equipment there..great stuff..
check the text for the last video
I enjoyed watching the lesson
Great lesson !!!!!
Excelent lesson! Very weel explained.
Thanks Kyle very informative
You're very welcome!
Just awesome, this is incredible man, great help!!
nice and good idea lesson
Great! Tho I probobly can't afford any of it. Cool "lesson"
I also saw gmc up on your computer!
I also have a behringer mixing board i have had for.........geeesh 8 years a eurorack mx2004a.I love it ..and never had any problems with it ...it is a analog board.......but works excelent with condensor mics.....and is my main board for my drum booth...I think they have pretty qaulity gear for seemingly. to be known as cheep gear to own..
Interesting information here Kyle , thanks!
Interesting Kyle. Thanks for sharing you gear!
Very interesting Kyle! Great work!
lol i love how u just threw the dog
Me too I hope he landed safely
haha it's a girl and i threw her on this cushioned chair i have. She's ok
Hi. Cool vid. Iv read on the internet that a really good set of budget equipment would be :
Behringer XENYX 1204 Mixer ($140)
KRK RP5 Rokit Powered 2-Way Active Monitor ($150)
Roland Juno-D 61-Key Synthesizer Keyboard ($500
Shure SM57 ($120)
M-Audio Audiophile 2496 ($100) (if needed)
What do you think to this? Thanks
Great to have these kind of lessons here as well, thank you very much!
One thing I'd like to add for people looking for inexpensive yet great recording software: try REAPER (www.reaper.fm), it's immediately fully-functional shareware, and if you wanna buy it, it's only 50$. It does everything the big names do, I can really recommend it. They also have a great community there, very friendly people who quickly help you out when you have questions.
If you have a computer, this software + a recording interface like the Line 6 Toneports is in my view an easy and great solution for low-budget/good quality recording.
just when I was about to make a post asking about improving my recording, I find this. I love this site.
Hey Teddy! Glad to know you like this man Just ask us anything you might need to know and we'll do our best to help out