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Topic Title: What is some good hardware for recording music on a laptop?
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 06/26/2012 06:30 AM
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Rodger Hooks
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Hi friends,

I know programs that can record music , but the issue is hardware or sound cards. I can't buy any internal sound cards because they won't fit or go into the laptop so I need external hardware instead.

Please feel free to send me a message,

Thanks in advance
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 06/26/2012 12:55 PM
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Athlonuser
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cubase is a good program for studio recording. if you wanted to get really professional you should find an 8 track mixer that can plug in to a USB port, plug a mic in to that, then use a program (such as Cubase). If your laptop isn't too old or slow then the sound card shouldn't really matter. I've even used a more basic program called Audacity to record my bros guitar playing and we have a cable that plugs in from his amp to a usb port so we can get all the distortions and stuff right.

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