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so, in a while i'm making a sort of vocals demo track to prove a point to someone(nevermind the point) i'm using Audacity as a recorder, what settings do you guys think i should use for the best demo?


i'm probably going to use slight reverb, i'm not sure yet...i'm doing the song "take me away" by Globus if that helps.


i'm using a Rock Band mic( :lol:), and i have a factory sound card for the 32-bit windows vista home premium edition...


i looked most stuff up on google, but i can't understand half of it, and alot of it doesn't help this particular song :/


if you guys know of any settings that will make any demo sound good then share that too :)


Thanks for any help guys


(btw, i wasn't %100 sure where to post this, so i felt that "computer hardware" was good so people would take it seriously..if any mods think it should belong somewhere else, let me know please :))

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yup, i know :/ it's much better than the turtle beach headset mic i have, i tried recording on that... i never loved my RB mic more. XD


edit: well, i installed Adobe Audition, i'm gonna play around with that for awhile. :)

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