Re: Real beginner question

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Posted by Michael on January 09, 2001 at 12:21:52:

In Reply to: Real beginner question posted by Ken Carney on January 08, 2001 at 13:41:47:


A good PC or digital multitrack recorder that mixes and records to minidisk or SCSI device would be in order. I have both.

: My wife is a really accomplished pianist, and I bought her a QS8.1, monitors and amp. She's having a blast with it, but I'm not getting along with the manual, and we appear to have exhausted the instrument store's info upon purchase. My question: What do you do to record separate tracks, for example, an organ, a piano and strings? I see there is a direct connect to a PC, but I also saw a reference to a "mixer" being a better way to go and cheaper. But, I would guess these are big files, and surely they would not be stored in the mixer. Ultimately, a composition could be transferred to CD, which of course would require a PC connection anyway. Any direction would be greatly appreciated.

: (I have an old Pentium 100mz in a closet, with 16mb ram and a 500mb disc -I'm guessing a more current PC would be required if a PC is to be used.)

: Regards,

: Ken Carney

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