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  • GmemberKills As far as interface brand recs go, look into getting something like a focusrite or presonus. Those are a lot more durable and most have built in xlr power too, so if you ever wanted you'd be able to use a real microphone. They infinitely sound better than a usb mic ever could. If you are interested in a midi keyboard though, be aware certain ones need to be setup with FL while others have near instant compatibility.
    November 24 12:01 PM
  • GmemberKills No problem. Fl studio has a mild learning curve but there is a of lot tutorials on youtube and i could probably help if you get stuck as well. I actually don't use a midi keyboard, but if you plan to use any virtual keyboards/sounds it would makes things easier. With the audio interface though i'm able to hook my keyboards/guitar/anything straight into the inputs on it and record directly which sounds really nice especially for the keys.
    November 24 11:35 AM
  • GmemberKills Ugh typos.... hopefully all that helps some though lol
    November 23 12:24 PM
  • GmemberKills Audacity is more of simpler straightforward recorder/editor in comparison to fl studio, but it's what I used to record the whole first white seed album with and I still use it today for certain situations as well. those things are like the minimum to get you started, and it's kind of how i started out as well. if you end up wanting to upgrade and have more options/better recordings a audio interface is must, along with a program like fl studio which is refereed to as a DAW.
    November 23 12:22 PM
  • GmemberKills It definitely can be useful. You can make some nice ambience with just a guitar, a few chords and some effects. Really If you have a keyboard/piano, some type of mic (could even be like a cellphone or something) and a computer you'd be surprised what you can start creating. You just need to get a hold of a recording program tho, i'd recommend something audacity (free) and fl studio.
    November 23 12:15 PM

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