Post by Scooterdust on Dec 28, 2009 19:05:31 GMT -5
All right Crappers, I'm asking for your help on this.
I want to record to my laptop with two microphones.
I know I can't record from two sources at the same time (I do have a second laptop, and could theoretically do it that way, but I'm looking to simplify).
Am I right to assume if I use a mixer, then I can record from both microphones if they're connected to the mixer?
By the way, the reason for this is because I'm going to start a podcast-type deal for a local wrestling company, and part of it is interviews, so I'd want to get everything recorded and then put it together, and I don't want to keep switching the mic between myself and my subject considering the space I'll have.
So my fellow Crappers, an answer is what I seek, and alternate solutions are welcome.
Post by cruiserfan on Dec 28, 2009 19:10:12 GMT -5
You could either use an external mixer or a sound card. Try looking for laptop sound cards as your first point of call. But it really depends on what kind of quality you want to achieve and what level of professionalism is required.
Post by NerdyGerdy on Dec 30, 2009 13:30:07 GMT -5
Last Edit: Dec 30, 2009 13:31:02 GMT -5 by NerdyGerdy
Oh the promos Rocky made, long before the H crusade, wrasslin' fans ran in brigades, those were the days, champs were champs at slower pace, heel was heel and face was face, good sir we could use some more of Chris Jericho's grace, didn't have no cruiserweights, way before that corpse named Kate, back when Vince McMahon was great, those were the days!
Post by TuneinTokyo on Dec 30, 2009 14:47:32 GMT -5
I was thinking of using my laptop for recording and found a device at Guitar Center that does what you're looking for. You can also get one with four inputs or 8 i think. You need a recording program to work with. I think it's called Acid or Cubebase or sometthing like that. Good luck.