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    Predefinito Registrazione batteria elettronica

    Buongiorno a tutti
    sono nuovo del forum
    mi sono iscritto perchŔ ho un quesito da porre:
    io sono felice possessore di una batteria elettronica roland tdk9 e l'ho collegata ad un ottimo mixer behringer 1012 .
    ora ho la necessitÓ di dover registrare delle basi (non importa in che formato) e mi chiedo se sia meglio usare audacity (in dotazione con mixer) o acquistare un registratore digitale multitraccia (un tascam 006 ad esempio).
    nel caso sia preferibile percorrere la seconda strada, posso importare il file dal registratore analogico su audacity e lavorarci sopra per l'editing?
    grazie infinite
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    Ultima modifica di Luxion; 08-06-16 alle 05:07:57

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    Predefinito Re: Registrazione batteria elettronica

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    DOOM locks up before I see the title screen or at the title

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    I hear static when listening to DOOM with my Sound Blaster
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    I can't get sound on my ATI Stereo FX card.

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    DOOM is too dark to see anything.

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