Simple guitar recordings on your PC PDF Print E-mail
With the Pro Tools Recording Studio you would not need to dish out thousands of rands to record your one hit wonder for radio play.

M-Audio Fast TrackSimply install the software, connect the Fast Track interface to your PC and plug-in your guitar. Creativity is optional. M-Audio is becoming on of the most recognised brands in home recording equipment and are making professional musicians out of ordinary people. This mini recording studio allows you to break the myth that all music needs to be recorded in a studio.

The interface box contains a standard jack input that allows you to connect any instrument ranging from a guitar to a keyboard. It also features a dedicated canon jack for a standard microphone to record vocal tracks. The sounds are relayed to the computer via a USB output on the back for direct recording but they have also included RCA outputs to allow you to hook it up to your home amplifier or compatible system for playback.

The recorded sound can also be set by the push of a button to switch the channel between mono or stereo. To handle the input signal you can set it to Line or Guitar, this comes in handy and eliminates the extra step to balance the recorded sound file afterwards.

Now the great news...

Included with the hardware you get Pro Tools M-Powered Essential. The software provides you with the same functionality that Grammy Award winning producers use to create and record music. With over 5.5Gb of tools and 60+ virtual instruments, the sky is the limit. The software also offers you EQ and sound effects to create a professional sound for your final mix.

The Pro Tools Recording Studio is compatible with both PC’s and Mac computers.

Now... you just need to write the song.

Available online at WantitAll.co.za


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written by מורה לגיטרה, September 07, 2010
THANK YOU FOR THIS SITE! SO GREAT!! KEEP IT UP!!
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