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Subject: Notebook Soundcards

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Original Message 1/4             23-Mar-05  @  02:41 PM   -   Notebook Soundcards

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Hey, I am Very new to computer recording, I wanted to know what soundcard i should go for if i am using a notebook to record?I've heard that internal soundcards give a buzzing sound on the recording, is this true?i've been looking around and the Soundblaster Audigy 2 looks good but its internal!what USB cards are any good?i was looking at spending about 150 on it, i just wanna get the best for my money. Cheers.

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Message 2/4             23-Mar-05  @  10:24 PM   -   RE: Notebook Soundcards


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Echo Indigo IO

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Message 3/4             02-Apr-05  @  06:49 PM   -   RE: Notebook Soundcards


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the tascam 122 is ok also - ive used in education sessions and it was ok with SX


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Message 4/4             21-Apr-05  @  08:29 AM   -   RE: Notebook Soundcards


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Seconded on the Echo Indigo.. I've got an Indigo DJ for my lappy as I don't need to do any recording, but that card is rock solid/has rock solid drivers, sounds great and well priced...

Also, you may wanna avoid any kind of buzzing by eliminating ground loops no doubt caused by your laptop external PSU (buzzing won't go away with a a separate recording solution, i.e. firewire, if you've still got ground loops).. you can do this by disconnecting the ground on the psu plug or better still by using a DI box


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