Question about Alesis iO | 2 Sound Card
We just purchased Alesis MultiMix Firewire/MultiMix USB2.0 -- we have a Dell Latitude 820 laptop that we will use (IBM) with Windows XP on it. Cubase LE4 software came with our Alesis package.
Can someone please send "plain language" basic instructions? All we want to do is plug in 4 mics and record a banjo and upright bass and singing bluegrass music. Then we want to mix it and download it into a CD that is compatible with anything (computer, car cd players, etc.)
Can someone help us out? If there are basic instructions somewhere, please let us know. My email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks much, Lee Alger
After I'm satisfied with a track, I save it as an MP-3 file. This can be saved into your regualr Dell files in a folder. Once there, you can use Microsoft media player and drag them into a 'burn' column in the order your want them. Use a good quality 'record to' CD when you burn your work. Caution, once you burn a piece on to the CD you can't usually add or change anything. Once you are satisfied with the disk, use media player or SONIC to burn multiple copies. This is pretty basic and I am definetely an amature but recently recorded a 17 track compilation of old Hawaiin music played by a wonderful talented lady for her family. I even managed to layer ocean sounds and other cools stuff. It turned out great!
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
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