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Recording hook ups to my pc

I have a home studio,Im having problems recording music from my keyboards and recording to my pc

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  • tk10241 Jun 20, 2008

    I have two keyboards,a Yamaha psr-85,and a roland XP-10,I also have an Alexis MMT-8 Multi track midi recorder.two cassette decks,Alesis RA-100 Reference Amp.a Windows Xp Pc.When I record a song the pc won't pick up any sound.It was working when I record I can hear the music I made,I was using Musicmatch to record but since they swotched to yahoo,My Musicmatch won't record anymore. Tom King

  • Graeme Ross
    Graeme Ross May 11, 2010

    Hi tk, will need a little more detail about what you are trying to do and what you are doing it with. Can you provide make and model of the gear you are using and how you have it configured?



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First up, for your recording pprogram, I would use Audacity.

Is easy to use, and is shareware. Set that up on your machine and try again to record and let me know how you got on.


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