976Re: [Beginner] why record live ?
- Jan 1, 2005Well I think you should definately experiment and find what sounds the
best to you. I guess it also depends on how frequent you plan on
recording. For instance, I try to podcast multiple times a week so
with work and any attempts at a personal life, time is a factor so I
tend to do a live/one-take approach which has suited me. If I were to
move to a once a week or longer timeline I'd probably take the
record/edit approach to get a more professional sound.
Just my two cents.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, luc@s... wrote:
> Hello (and happy new year),
> I maintain a weblog for some time (http://blog.saint-elie.com) and i'm
> planning to add audio content for 2005.
> I'm reading several websites (and some of this list messages) and near
> all are talking about direct recording with an audio app.
> As far as I hve endustood for example the Engadget tutorial explains
> how to record in real time several sources at once.
> What I plan to do is the record the voice part on a MiniDisc, then
> when I'm happy with it get it in an audio app on my Apple iBook
> (probably Audacity), then add some ambiance sounds or music.
> Is this stupid ?
> Any advice very welcome
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