Hello Danny, could you recommend a good/affordable four-track recorder? Thank you.
sure, just get any cassette one and make sure the belts work and the transport is working and the switches are all good etc. you may have to get a couple of them and tinker. if folks find out you want them they will just give them to you. can't go wrong with tascam. or fostex. if you mean "how do i record for cheap?" you can get going on a laptop really cheap. all you really need is an interface which you can get cheap. if you have a mac the built in garage band is good. if you have a smart phone there are some great recording apps for that. easy to use. iPad as well. if you can find an old laptop or pc that is out of date, install linux on it, and run ardour. which are both free. so free computer free os free daw. and the performance would be great. there are some really inexpensive stand alone too. your options abound.
hey man, i'm curious about how long youve been playing for. how long did it take before you felt good enough to play a gig? about how long before you felt it was justifiable to get paid for what you were doin (ie. your playing was worth the price)? I've heard bout the 10000 hour theory, and maybe you could weigh in on that with some timelines from your own experience? i durno how you feel about this, but i consider you a master craftsman, and how long do you think it took ya to get where ya are now? are there any milestones in particular that you recognize in your playing getting to the next level? i know this is a bunch of questions but as a new listener, i'm curious about your progression as a musician. this is a really cool thing you're doin here, and i wanted to thank ya for fielding this thingDanny Barnes responded on 06/17/2015 Next question
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