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Home Recording / Getting Started in Reaper on Windows
Last post by JohnD -
If you are recording you can do it with a USB Mic but it might be easier with an interface like a Focusrite or Behringer, TBH I've never tried it with just a USB Mic,

There are many recording programs , the one I know is called Reaper.  I will put down here some steps to get you started (for free):
* Download Reaper (free for 60 days) HERE
* Download Melda MFreeFXBundle HERE
* Download Blue Cat Electric Guitar Amp HERE and Voxengo Boogex guitar amp HERE
* Optionally download Izotope Vocal Doubler HERE
* Optionally download MT power drumkit HERE
* Optionally download the Lil Peep Drumkit sounds here (to add to metronome if you hate clicks) HERE
* Optionally download Acon Multiply HERE
* Optionally download TAL reverbs and anything else that looks useful HERE

Online Collaborations / Oh Mary Don't You Weep No More [COMPLETED]
Last post by JohnD -
We are in the key of Em - don't get confused, we are not doing it in Gm.

There is no harmony yet, see if you can invent one!

Music and sheet is attached or you can download everything HERE

Jon, you might find it easiest to play the clip directly HERE

You can send in your MP3 tracks HERE

Send in as many as you like, vocal, harmony, percussion, bqss, guitar. solos especially welcome!
Online Collaborations / Guidelines For Recording Pieces in a Collaboration
Last post by JohnD -
  • Play with guide track in your headphones.  We don't want to hear the guide track in your contributions!  The guide track keeps you in key and in time and means that mixing the track is much easier.
  • Use as decent a mic/recording device as you can manage, you will sound better for it.  A USB Snowball type mic around £50 is ideal or a similarly priced condenser mic going into a Focusrite or Behringer interface.  But we've had great results dfrom just a phone.
  • Video would be nice ;) although don't let t his stop you, I'm starting to thing just audio is all you really need, after all its the music that counts.
  • You don't need to be fantastically gifted to contribute a great track, just playing something tasteful at the right time, even if its simple.[  We always need more instruments, even if its just tambo or triangle (even balalaika, hmmm)
  • Watch out for backing noise that you don't notice, its impossible to get rid of.  Eg: Air conditioning, computer fan, traffic, dogs, kids lol
  • Try to record vocal and instruments on separate tracks, we can do a much better repair job in the mixdown if its all separate.  This may mean submitting 2 tracks, thats fine.  OK, so you have to sit there and go through it 2 or 3 times, but each track will be better for it.
  • Recording to MP3's is fine, that is sufficient quality you don't need huge "wav" files.  The problem of losing audio quality isn't really to do with with the software medium we use ;)