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Re: Loop Recording: need advice

If you have your own PC, just get Cool Edit Pro (it has an excellent Multi 
Track Recorder, with 256 Virtual Tracks). It doesn't use up a lot of 
resources, plus it's cheaper than a 4 track (well a really good one that 
is), and once you mixed the .wav's or .mp3's down you can burn them to 
CD burner... all that in one unit !!!!

Lucien E. Darthard
A Goal Is A Dream With A Deadline Placed On It.

----Original Message Follows----
From: Scott Hansen <scott-a-hansen@uiowa.edu>
Reply-To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Subject: Loop Recording: need advice
Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2001 09:32:26 -0500

Help-i've been having fun playing loops w/ my DOD D-12
and want to start recording them etc.
the Tascam Porta 05 that i got from a friend was DOA
and i've been debating whether to get:

Tascam Porta 02
Fostex x12

could anyone help recommend which is better/easier for
entry level 4 track recording.
responses can be sent to me directly if you want
ps-Kim-love your sight and have enjoyed researching all the cool/
fun techie gear over the last few months as i've dived (or
slowly waddled) into looping...


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