Mitzuschneiden To live sound of at least two microphones, I ask myself purchasing a used laptop. My idea is that with a USB mixer with XLR inputs, the sound is controlled locally captured. 1. Each Micro should be able to create a separate track. 2. The program should allow for a kind of "Hinterbandkontrolle", ie on headphones when recording, if necessary represent only one track, while yet another is next recorded.
Is that even possible? If so, what can a mixer / external soundcard / interface you recommend? And which - as simple and cheap - Recorder program can track with the separation? Danke schon mal for your responses.
Antwort von Markus:
... with a USB mixer ...
synonymous in the audio field Firewire is the connection of choice, not USB. ;-)
See synonymous: FireWire FAQ">1. connect (b) camcorder / recorder via Firewire or USB? -> "firewire [...] has always been the standard interface for transferring digital video - and audio data in both professional and synonymous in the consumer area."
Antwort von Axel:
Okay, so Firewire. And the other questions? Has made schonmal someone like that?
Antwort von prem:
With a reasonably fast Calculator is not a problem. As Mark says, s.besten buy a Firewire interface, which can have multiple audio tracks (all but two can, namely stereo).
So you can have views on several channels in the calculator. The Hinterbandkontrolle must support the sound interface, and the program. Good interface you get with Tascam, Edirol, etc. (www.thomann.de).
As a program, I recommend you Steinberg Wavelab hardly needs Fechner resources that can interface with each can Hinterband (or Hinterplatte * g *). Any number of tracks, recording on as many tracks as the sound card. Alternative synonymous of VST Steinberg.
What else I do not know, and I recommend not synonymous ;-) Is my favorite audio program.