CBY_TLSE wrote on 11/15/2010, 10:54 AM



What software do you use?


What do you mean by "recording"? Exporting as wav file?



philw19642002 wrote on 11/21/2010, 2:12 AM

Well I just resolved my recording issues. I have mics for all my drums all I need is a recording console. This way I can get the signal down to 2 tracks . I have a Sony CD Burner which will allow me to come out me to record all signals to go down to 2 tracks. Thanks so Much!! If you have any other suggestions please let me know!!

                                                                                                                                         Thanks Again!!

CBY_TLSE wrote on 11/21/2010, 4:21 AM



If you are musician, Samplitude Music Studio is more accurate than MMM. With Samplitude you can record more than 1 stereo track at the same time if you have an audio interface which allows it.



MMM is more oriented for people like me, which doesn't play an instrument, uses loops and  only one track to record vocal.


Remarks : at the moment, with MMM, if you have two mics, you can record 1 stereo track and split it in 2 mono tracks if needed.