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    can i record multiple tracks at once with sonar 2.0xl?

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    Can I record multiple seperate tracks at one time with sonar2.0xl? I want to be able to record my drums all at once but keep some of the drums (real drums not programed ones) on different tracks. Thanks

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    That is what a multitrack software is for You definitely can record so many tracks simultaneously depending on your processor and ram etc. Drums can be perfectly recorded in 5 or 6 seperate tracks fro kick, snare, hihat, overheads, toms etc.
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    Keep in mind that you need to have a soundcard with as many inputs as tracks you plan on recording seperately. If you are just using the sound card that came in your computer, or something like a SBLive, you will only be able to record one stereo track at a time.

    travis

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    These two gentelmen above were right

    With propher soundcard (multi input), and sufficient spec (HD, RAM, Procs,etc) you can do that. Off course, you also need as many mic and pre-amp as it takes.


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    Originally posted by Jeyan
    That is what a multitrack software is for You definitely can record so many tracks simultaneously depending on your processor and ram etc. Drums can be perfectly recorded in 5 or 6 seperate tracks fro kick, snare, hihat, overheads, toms etc.
    You're talking about real drums, right?
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