It's funny because this morning, and I don't know what happened during the night, I believe a recorder with a camera would be a better idea then a microphone only.
That was exactly my original idea!
Is this the one you use?
Samson Go Mic is an ultra-portable USB condenser microphone designed to clip to your laptop, making it ideal for recording audio on your computer.www.samsontech.com
I think it's going to be hard to find in Canada these days.
do you record with the ead10, if you do then how do you connect it to your computer?The ead10 should be on your list for the future i know its not cheap but i used to play music with my phone through earbuds with gun range muffs over them and hated it .i have the ead10 ,roland amp and headphones .and im in heaven
I use the Zoom H4n. Works fantastically.Hello
I am looking for a cheap way to record myself while the play along music playing.. I tried with a consumer grade Sony HandyCam but it's very poor at recording the sound coming out of the speakers WITH the drums. So now I am thinking about getting a computer microphone to record the drums only while the music is playing from the computer and I would record the microphone and the track at the same time using Audacity.
Theoretical idea, it's think it's possible but I never tested it yet because I have no microphone to hook up to my computer.
I am searching for an inexpensive solution really.. perhaps a USB microphone? which one ? Something good enough to capture the sound with enough fidelity or maybe a mix of a webcam with a separate microphone ? So i could get an image with better sound then with the webcam's microphone?
- I have a computer with Linux Mint.
I want to focus more on a microphone then a camera but if there is a solution to get both for cheap.. I might consider it.
What should I do.
I was als going to recommend the Zoom H4n.Save up for an EAD10 haha.
I mean - look there's ways to get recording done for cheap.
How inexpensive is "inexpensive"?
You could do something like a zoom recorder - play along to a track in your headphones then mix it later with some freeware:
Oh here's a drumeo that shows you just the above:
If you want cheap and cheerful, get the Zoom H2n. The audio in these videos is done with one: