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So, I'm setting up a recording studio in my bedroom, and I'm working on a limited budget (about $400 a month) and I want to get this Digitech Mbox Recording studio. It comes with a nice professional mike, an instrument and mike to computer port, two nice speakers and the software. I'm not really worried about the hardware it come with, it's all pretty top grade shit, but I want to know if anyone has bought this product, and how well does the software work? I don't work with loops, I do everything by hand.
I've never actually used it, but I've talked to people who have and heard things outta it, and for the most part its pretty good stuff 'ya getting.
Thats a pretty nice package too, how much does it cost though?
If the hardware is up to par that sounds like a pretty sweet deal =]
The software claims to be "industry standard", but shit its anybodies call.
At 4/7/08 12:28 AM, speedmetalmessiah wrote: You mean Digidesign? It's this package, right? I can't say anything about the Mbox, monitors or software since I've never used any of them, but the MXL 990 is great. I have one and have been quite happy with it.
Yeah, that's the one. I love the microphone in that package. Yeah, for some reason I thought it wa digitech because I know they make recording software and stuff.
There are better mics out there (the mxl 990 is a little honky - still sounds good though) - but the package as a whole is a very very good deal. That's really a great way to start out and cover quite a few bases at the same time.
At 4/7/08 01:46 AM, JoeyNukes wrote: The software claims to be "industry standard", but shit its anybodies call.
Everything Digidesign makes is the "industry standard" (think pro tools) according to....Digidesign -_-'