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George Dougherty:
At $40 Reaper is almost free and is great for recording.  It is however a full featured multi-track app and could be intimidating for a new user.

Frank DeWitt:
+1 for EZTrackerCD.  If you want to get the service down on a couple of tracks or mono, you can't beat it.

A very nice feature is that it will insert a track whenever you click a button, or put one in at a preset time interval.  OR BOTH.  We have it set to 6 min.  we click the button after each song, prayer, ETC until the sermon starts,  Then just let it go and get a new track every 6 min. We use the build in burner to burn a master CD during the final song and we are copying them as people are filling into the foyer.

It was written for church and it is perfect for church.

Frank

Don Lanier:
For the Novice I dont recommend computer based systems, Unless your familiar with computers, Today you can buy Stand alone Digital recorders that are Push button RECORD, when your Done, Take the recorder and plug into your HOME computer and Burn the CD, Tascam makes several great models the DR-1 is the cheapest version for 2 track recording, Youll need some cables and Outputs from your console, AUX or MAIN, into the DR-1. It uses a SD card for a memory device, these can be up to 8 Gig, A 2 Gig SD Card will more then do the job and comes Included with the unit. Ive owned one of these for quite a while its been used for everything from LIVE CONCERTS, to Speakers, to Sermons and Event/Location recording. It has built in mics, But I prefer to use the LINE IN feature, Check them out on Tascams website,

Don Lanier
www,pearlproaudio.com

Fred Dorado:
Have you every tried EZTrackerCD?

I am guessing not based on your post. It has less steps and is much simpler than what you are describing. Which is the reason why we are moving away from some other computer based stuff.

Not sure of the required specs either, but I think they are pretty low. We run an old pentium4 3.2ghz that does this and our LiveWorship stuff at the same time.

The 30 days trial is free, you should try it.

The program is purposefully simple. Our regular who runs it is not very computer savvy, though he can do basic word processing and e-mail.

here is a screen shot



--- Quote from: Don Lanier on February 12, 2011, 11:24:20 PM ---For the Novice I dont recommend computer based systems, Unless your familiar with computers, Today you can buy Stand alone Digital recorders that are Push button RECORD, when your Done, Take the recorder and plug into your HOME computer and Burn the CD, Tascam makes several great models the DR-1 is the cheapest version for 2 track recording, Youll need some cables and Outputs from your console, AUX or MAIN, into the DR-1. It uses a SD card for a memory device, these can be up to 8 Gig, A 2 Gig SD Card will more then do the job and comes Included with the unit. Ive owned one of these for quite a while its been used for everything from LIVE CONCERTS, to Speakers, to Sermons and Event/Location recording. It has built in mics, But I prefer to use the LINE IN feature, Check them out on Tascams website,

Don Lanier
www,pearlproaudio.com

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DonSneed:
If you want it to be simple & record on a CD, Microboard Copy Writer Live is your answer.....I connect the recorder to an AUX channel to allow a perfect mixing for the recorder, if you use the record out jacks than you are at the mercy of the FOH mix, use an AUX channel & mix with headphones in the recorder to get a perfect blended recording. Example if using the record out jacks, if the FOH is mixed perfect & a piano or soloist is too loud....oh welll, nothing you can do to correct without upsetting the house mix, use an AUX channel & mix the piano or soloist to blend. the microboard Copy Writter Live CD Recorder is a dual non stop recorder that can record two disc at once or a continue recording, one disc records when full the second disc starts 30-seconds before the first disc in full to not miss a word when recording a 3-hr + Sunday service, special program, or event. This would the simplest, cost is $679.00 for this unit...We install this unit with all our church installations to record the service.

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