I Recorded My First YouTube Clip

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  1. canteenboy

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    Oh, I guess you tubes don't work on this site?
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    I'm thinking of getting a cheap dat recorder and syncing it with my iPad video? Any suggestions?

    I'd also love to get some feedback on which was the more enjoyable version of this jam. I recorded two takes. I posted them both in that reddit link.
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    I actually liked them both nice job the only thing I didn't like was that constant creaking or popping noise in the background it got a little annoying after awhile get a quieter chair :)
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    Haha. God damn it. I need to lose some 30 or so pounds. It's really not the chairs fault. My audio(recording) set up is non existent at the moment too. If I had that going, I could probably do kind of like a D.I. thing to avoid room noise.

    I guess a dat recorder would pick that up too.
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    Oh, and thanks for the compliments on the clips.
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    Ok, so I got this advice.

    "DAT? Do they even use that anymore? You need video editing software.
    Record video
    Record audio on your computer or iPad
    Sync in software (start both audio & video recording, then do a hand clap right at the camera. It will be easy to sync since it's so easy to see and hear)"

    This sounds like it's true. Can someone on this forum break it down a bit for me. Keep in mind, I know nothing about audio engineering/recording.
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    Seems like I just got some great advice.

    Get the apogee jam($150) for my iPad 4. Then get the jamup pro xt program($20).

    Total of $200 for good sound.

    If anyone has any advice or a better alternative, I thank you.

    Edit: with tax. Little bit under $200 but you get the point. Seems like a great solution to the audio.
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