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dejesu
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Home Recording Studio help

Post by dejesu » Sun Jun 03, 2012 10:00 pm

making an at home recording studio! can i use this with garageband:

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/pro-audi ... ng-package

also - what else would i need that's not in this package? i need a lot of help :? thank you!

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Re: Home Recording Studio help

Post by Eat Bass » Sun Jun 03, 2012 11:04 pm

your probably better off buying your things separately and getting logic studio for 199.

you could get the saffire 6 interface and fostex pm1 mk2 monitors. then get logic and a decent mic. also get your cables from monoprice and save some money. could probably get all of that for 600-700

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Re: Home Recording Studio help

Post by deadly_habit » Sun Jun 03, 2012 11:59 pm

Eat Bass wrote:your probably better off buying your things separately and getting logic studio for 199.

you could get the saffire 6 interface and fostex pm1 mk2 monitors. then get logic and a decent mic. also get your cables from monoprice and save some money. could probably get all of that for 600-700
yea usually those package deals are that price because certain bits in it are lacking, be it the cables, the mic or whatever
if you toss me a budget i'll throw some recommendations out there, used to do this shit for a living heh

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Re: Home Recording Studio help

Post by Sharmaji » Mon Jun 04, 2012 1:22 am

you can.

once you know what you're doing you're gonna ditch the monitors and interface for something better, and either upgrade or get rid of the mic, but shit-- you gotta start somewhere.

w that said deadly's right, and if you've got $600 to spend it could be better spent on ebay. and as always, buy smart, buy once.
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Re: Home Recording Studio help

Post by FSTZ » Mon Jun 04, 2012 8:38 pm

Sharmaji wrote:you can.

once you know what you're doing you're gonna ditch the monitors and interface for something better, and either upgrade or get rid of the mic, but shit-- you gotta start somewhere.

w that said deadly's right, and if you've got $600 to spend it could be better spent on ebay. and as always, buy smart, buy once.
buy cheap, buy twice

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