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RE: home recordings vs. million dollar studio | from AndrewApr 28 2004 - 20:52

That's funny stuff, whatever it is.

RE: home recordings vs. million dollar studio | from babelfish/trApr 28 2004 - 18:15


the songs should determine how or where you record they with you but let's below the eyes, even my bones in slavery of fishing to you must take to us () very do not see qu'il which is left can not a true studio a loan finance a report/ratio it around $3.000 only with the report/ratio, of the mixture, and some-share with the Master but will cost as much as those place which a studio of legit, it's a rather cheap inscription is personal, as well thinks me of them of great reasons of the house in the same way as are inside to be recorded the studio in the words of hagar sammy, obtain the "the better to you from these two worlds." hagar, sammy which loser foutu.

RE: home recordings vs. million dollar studio | from norApr 28 2004 - 18:00

songs, you will be which by record they must cause how/where you you write their side but let'.s it, not all of us can even allow real studio my strip (peachbones) to accept outside loan in order to allocate index will cost somewhere around $3.000 exactly to the index, mix up, and govern but far as this place studio legit, it'.s dear cheap tally with the the chenoy personally, 4 think will large reasons write down houses, also, in the studio. in words sammy hagar, you obtain &.tsuot;.tyue most in the best way of both worlds.&.quot; sammy hagar. that fucking loser.

RE: home recordings vs. million dollar studio | from ronApr 28 2004 - 05:37

the songs you are recording should determine how/where you record them. but let's face it, not all of us can even afford a real studio. my band (the peachbones) is having to take out a loan to fund a record that will cost somewhere around $3,000 just to record, mix, and master. but as far as this place being a legit studio, it's a pretty cheap price tag. personally, i think there are great reasons to record both at home and in the studio. in the words of sammy hagar, you get "the best of both worlds." sammy hagar. what a fucking loser.

RE: home recordings vs. million dollar studio | from David T.Apr 27 2004 - 21:11

Your acoustic guitar sounds really good.

RE: home recordings vs. million dollar studio | from Alex NiedtApr 25 2004 - 18:24

I think the sound is just fine for the type of music you're doing. No need to spend tons of money in a pro studio. : )

http://www.towerrecords.com/product.aspx?pfid=2823 | from doug again Apr 25 2004 - 11:58

hey this is doug again. the link i put in the initial question thread is bad. try this link if you are going to respond the song samples are longer. thanks yall

http://www.towerrecords.com/product.aspx?pfid=2823663

http://www.towerrecords.com/product.aspx?pfid=2823 | from doug again Apr 25 2004 - 11:58

hey this is doug again. the link i put in the initial question thread is bad. try this link if you are going to respond the song samples are longer. thanks yall

http://www.towerrecords.com/product.aspx?pfid=2823663

http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/deluca | from doug delucaApr 25 2004 - 11:42

lets take a poll. so a musician who has no label. records at home on his little digital four track with a cheap 100 dollar marshall mic. does all by him/herself. sounds good enough to comprehend. isn't this just as worthy if not more humble than the million dollar untouchable too clean studio sound? just wondering what yall think. here is some stuff i recorded from 2000 is the quality okay enough? check track two and four.arising angel or summer. i'd appreciate any response or advice. http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/deluca

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