"I bought one right before Christmas for a travel guitar, and I had the p/u installed sounds great plugged in but unplugged it doesn't have a lot of volume, but I would highly recommend it for travel, the only guitar this small with more going…"
"Listen to "Being outside the box" here
I recorded it at 192 KHZ WAV format then ripped an audio CD using Sony Soundforge and ripped the audio CD to MP3 using the Zune CD ripping application for Windows. Due to the high frequency…"
"Please check out these two blog entries on my guitar blog. Also, the quality of acoustic guitar and vocal recording will be vastly enhanced if you have recording gear that can oversample - which means go higher than the usual 44kHz frequency. I…"
"Why throw away tons of money on a MAC? Whjat's the reason? The only difference between a MAC and a PC is the case and the operating system. Oh, and the MAC's cost about 5 times as much for the same chips, disk drives and monitor inside.…"
"I use a Line 6 KB37, an Apex microphone and an ART tube preamp to record my Acoustic guitar on a PC using Reaper as the software. For just starting out this is probably way overkill though.
I started out recording using just a regular PC microphone…"
if you have a PC with USB ports, get a USB interface (Lexicon Lambda, Tascam, Presonus), these have phantom power for a condensor microphone (like and AT2020). These interfaces also come with DAW software (Cubase). What I have learned is to…"
"This is a neat link, however, I suspect that most PC laptops don't have this array of sound card interface built into them. I'm no Apple Geek either, but I wonder if the Mac Laptop popularity among recording musicians has something to do…"
"The Apogee One demo is very similar to use of the Boss Micro. And it appears that it uses Garage Band and a Mac (or PC)for mixing the master. This seems to agree with the Micro. The compact unit does not provide much for full control mastering.…"
"For casual recording (4-track) I find the Boss Micro BR hard to beat. It has a built in Mic, but also handles electric PU input or an external Mic if you like. It is very compact....runs off of an AC adapter (extra purchase),..or AA batteries. Very…"
"If you are just recording guitar and vocals than your mic and audio interface and/or mic preamp are very important when it comes to sound quality. I use a Macbook pro with Logic and a Duet. Given what you want to do Logic is a bit of an overkill.…"
"Some of my recording has been with a keyboard player and we started out with a 4 channel Radio Shack mixer
and mixed keyboard, guitar, and drum machine then plugged the mixer output to the PC line-in connector. At that time
we used WavePad software…"