Glad to hear you want to get into recording, it's loads of fun. There are a few ways you can accomplish this task depending on what you want to do. You can do the recording yourself probably with the equipment you already have, just follow the tutorials that the MOD- Russell has put together in a sticky on the recording forum. Don't worry this process is not expensive, as a matter of fact, it is almost free. That's the way we like to do it,,,:lol:,, Also if you want a full band sound, and don't know how to play all the instruments, there are several musicians here on the recording forum at chordie that are willing to put their instruments to your music. There's vocalists, drummers, bassists, guitarist, tuba players, mandoline players, and the list goes on. Also there have been several chordians who will even do the producing for you, so whatever your looking for I'm confident you can find it here on chordie. This has been accomplished a few times on chordie with great success, and I know there are several of us here that have been looking forward to doing another project. If you need any help with getting started or anything along the way, don't be afraid to ask here on the recording forum because chordians are the most helpful and friendliest folks on the planet.
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