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Want to build a Home Recording and Editing system

by BeyondHelp / November 22, 2005 9:54 AM PST

Hello all!

I am just an average guy who would like to maybe build a computer system and maybe buy some above average software and hardware so I can create my own music through some of the current technology availabe for the Home Studio type capability.

I know enough only to prove I know so little so I seek advice and input from those who may know from experience what it takes. Do any of the Forum members here write and create their own music? Would some of you care to share your expertise with the less knowledgeable.

I am not talking about ripping mp3s or making remixes of other songs (although I might like to cop a riff or beat hear and there). But If I understand the available technology as I think I do, I believe that there is hardware to tie in a piano type keyboard to the computer and then select an instrument sound like Electric Guitar, Bass, Drum, Saxaphone etc. and then use the keyboard to play the instrument to create the sound or rythm you wish. Am I correct??

Please advise??
Regards,
BeyondHelp

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M Audio
by Ed Mead Forum moderator / November 22, 2005 10:07 AM PST
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Also, note that they sell Studio Monitors. You want those
by Kiddpeat / November 23, 2005 12:04 AM PST
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by M Audio or someone else, not the kind of crap that's usually sold for computers.

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Thanks for the link
by BeyondHelp / December 8, 2005 11:23 AM PST
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I appreciate the heads up and the link. Hopefully I can build something affordable and work toward something delerious. Thanks again

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Home Studio
by stach / December 9, 2005 2:27 AM PST

I also would like to build a home studio. So how can I find the link they are talking about.
STACH

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Here is the link.
by BeyondHelp / December 9, 2005 3:20 AM PST
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Thanks A Lot
by stach / December 9, 2005 4:08 AM PST
In reply to: Here is the link.

I just wanted to let you know that I went to the site and its a perfect 10.
stach

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