Well.... the thing is, I'm not trying to do soundclips. I would like to record full albums, to enjoy. This is something I could do as I'm listening to them at my shop.If I were to start recording full albums using one of these things, would you guys want to listen to them? I guess that is my standard here. If I were to start posting these on my website, would the sound quality be a turn-off?Thanks.
Hi,I use one of these for now:http://www.music123.com/Phonic-Digitrack-i242802.musicGot it for 20 bucks. Just plug into your amp & record into your computer. Very handy.peaceh
Hi,I use one of these for now:http://www.music123.com/Phonic-Digitrack-i242802.musicGot it for 20 bucks. Just plug into your amp & record into your computer. Very handy.peaceh where did u get it for 20 bucks? all i see is 60+
Digitrack is an inexpensive way to get high-quality digital audio recordings in an extremely portable computer interface. The Digitrack accepts digital input through S/PDIF, or analog input through stereo RCA jacks. Plug the USB cable into your computer and you instantly get high-quality digital audio without the sound degradation resulting from digital-to-analog conversion.[/b] Digital and analog outputs deliver great sound and give you a variety of options of where you route the audio.
Yeah... I guess I am really trying to distinguish what's marketing hype and what's the most cost-effective solution for recording high-quality rips.