sound cards for recording on your pc. and programs for recording

illv

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I personally like the Creative SoundBlaster Live or Audigy series, a friend of mine has the MAudio cards, those are pretty amazing aswell, but really when it comes to cards, pick one of those two.

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dongbamage

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Don't get an Audigy (piece of shit without true full duplex 24bit, but its gotta remote control [fucking whoop]) go get a Midiman Audiophile 2496 or something else from the Delta series.

But what do I know this is my 1st post :)
 
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illv

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Well if that isnt yer jive, then go with Maudio, canadian and they kick some serious ass. they have an audiophile card aswell

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dongbamage said:
Don't get an Audigy (piece of shit without true full duplex 24bit, but its gotta remote control [fucking whoop]) go get a Midiman Audiophile 2496 or something else from the Delta series.

But what do I know this is my 1st post :)
 

dongbamage

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Cube said:
imo audigy's are decent..
as long as you got an interface with it...
Audigy is a gaming and multimedia market card. For music, the card is pretty colored in sound to give the average home user the "better" sound.

The front bay/ port thing? if you're gonna make music then you're gonna be using a mixer right? so just plug that direct into the card (has phonos) don't need that crappy port now :)

and the audigy is locked to 48khz (doesn't support 96khz audiophile does)
Audiophile has an internal 36bit digital mixer, supports consumer or -10dbv, Bit-for-bit digital transfers.

heh! I'm not flaming audigy's there cool esp for gaming but the audiophile is better for music making. If u have a choice go for the audiophile.

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so... say i want to do recordings with a laptop, when im out - and doing shows (im a sound technician for concerts aswell as dj) so what would teh best thing be to use with a laptop? something usb wise?
 

illv

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Personally the Audigy ZS series looks to be pretty promising, but I mean if yer so anal about sound its not even funny and if you wanna spend money and spend it right go with Maudio apparently.

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Indi said:
The audigy comes with its own recording software, don't it? And its nae a bad card for the average joe
 
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