Interested in buying quality secondhand midi recording
equipment. Email me if you can help.
What do you mean by midi recording equipment?
Can you be a bit more specific, as that'd help you more.
I am looking to link a Korg M1 to the computer. Basically,
to create a small recording studio using the Korg as
the masterkeyboard and computer as the source for the sounds. I have no need for vocals, or guitar overdubs.
From what little knowledge I have about all this, Pro-tools
maybe what I should be looking to use. Clearly, I would need in addition to advice on what to buy wthin my budget, to be tutored on this set up an obviously, I would pay someone for their time and knowledge.
Since I have only played acoustic piano, digital/midi recording
appears as daunting as a foreign language. If anyone with
knowledge can help, please do. Thanks. DJ.
Email me at email@example.com
I'll be able to help you.
Whaddya recommend Eamonn?
Cubase or Logic?
Only Germans seem to have the patience to make this software...
The Nerve Centre's MIDI suite (a room with 6 PCs in it, is exactly the same setup as requested. Even down to the Korg keyboards).
If you are interested I can send you the equipment used, the budget (I'm nearly sure Nim still has it), where we got got it, and how to put it together.
Ack, I'm a Cubase man, mainly for historical reasons, as I started off using it in its first versions on the Atari, and hence migrated to PC. I've used Logic...I know people who swear by it, but I still think that Cubase is an easier and more intuitive interface. I've just moved to Cubase SX, and the learning curve is
steep yet again.
Better the devil you know an' all that.
I know a lot of MIDI peeps who tend to swear AT Logic rather than swear by it.
I like cubase and the way it is all so obvious but logic looks a lot more sophisticated to me. Im a pro tools Le user and using midi with pro tools is good but not as easy as i found it with cubase.
just just cubase, then record it 2 a midi disk player with autopause,
It sorts everything out
Aye. That's how they recorded "Dark Side Of The Moon".
With "midi disc" players.
Aren't they brilliant?
I use a hardware MIDI sequencer, the Akai MPC4000.
It is much better than all that software noncesense.
Yes, but it's still digital nonsense, that musically corrupts everything it touches, which is why your work is now totally invalid.
Well feline2 managed that anyway with his hat.....