Hardware conundrum

Discussion in 'Drum & Bass' started by Infestus, Jun 16, 2008.

  1. Infestus

    Infestus Into tha rave since '92.

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    Hi all, I'm just wondering what type of hardware would be best to use for recording mixes from my decks, as in cd-recorder or whatever. Vague question I know, but I couldn't think how else to word it lol. Many thanks in advance, Infestus.
     
  2. Thetension36

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    Download software called audacity you get a basic version free.
     
  3. Riisu

    Riisu Not the Preacher Man

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    i actually downloaded this today

    http://www.download.com/Free-Sound-Recorder/3000-2168_4-10698910.html?tag=lst-2&cdlPid=10853357

    and i tell you what, for a free recorder - no limitations (i just recorded 3 hours with no glitches or anything) it's fucking well decent. so simple, as easy as clicking record. the quality isn't half bad either. 256kbps - real nice clear recording.

    i was recording off radio and it's come through so crisp.

    all you'll need is a line in on your sound card and you'll be fine.

    highly reccomended for sure (y)
     
  4. Mattix

    Mattix Sub Focus anyone?

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    If you catch two pigeons, apparently (i haven't tried yet) you can record sound into them and they then burn you music to disc.
     
  5. Infestus

    Infestus Into tha rave since '92.

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    Ok, thanks for the info (some of you) guys. Peace, Infestus.