Hi fellow chipmusicians,

I have, by no means, an advanced studio nor do I have any fancy recording equipment.

I've been making Game Boy music for about 10 years now, but I've never really got it right on how to set up my tracks properly to record each channel separately for more mixing possibilities to get a more 'pro' result.

I tried the method of putting a click on the noise channel and then record record every channel separately one after the other but I didn't get any great result..

I would be so thankful if you could walk me through your ways of preparing and setting up your tracks for recording and mixing smile

Thaank you all!

For lsdj I recommend using the "record channels separately" feature of BGB. You'll get a clean and perfectly synced set of wavs that you can then treat individually if needed in your DAW of choice (or audacity etc).

Last edited by egr (March 20, 2017 11:10 pm)