November 19, 2004

Technical Question

OK, after a bit of pressure, I've decided to try and record a song to post.

I'm completely lost.

1) What do I need to do to record it? How the hell do I get it on my laptop?
2) File will be too big for my poor little host. Anyone out there that can help with that?

It won't be until I get back from Home, unless I can find the background music easily (not good enough on the keyboard yet to go that route). But I'm a planner so want to have the details worked out ahead of time.

Anyone? Suggestions?

Posted by Tammi at November 19, 2004 12:01 PM

Oh, lucky you.
I used to do audio production.
That means I recorded songs for bands and artists.

I can help.
I'll send you a note when I get home.

Posted by: _Jon at November 19, 2004 01:11 PM

Are you recording the llama song? Are you, are you? Could you?

Did you ever see a llama,
kiss a llama on the llama,
llama's llama tastes of llama
llama, llama, duck.

Posted by: Ogre at November 19, 2004 07:36 PM

I use Sound Forge for live recording (single track).
I use Cake Walk for studio recording and mixing (multi-track).
- I prefer to put all effects in on tracks as stored sounds, rather than on-the-fly events during mix-down. It gives me more control and is less demanding on the CPU & sound card.

Posted by: _Jon at November 20, 2004 12:31 AM

_Jon, I love ya Bro, but have absolutely no idea what you just said. You might as well have commented in Japanese. :)

Posted by: Tammi at November 20, 2004 09:51 AM



And no again.


Posted by: Tammi at November 20, 2004 09:51 AM


Posted by: Ogre at November 20, 2004 04:26 PM

I'm with Ogre. I think you should do the Llama song next. I bet if we get you back on all that caffeine you can sing that fast!!! :)

Posted by: Boudicca at November 21, 2004 10:55 AM