I've read a lot of the posts here, but I couldn't really find a straight up answer to my question. My band has recorded a few songs on our 4-track for a demo tape (we're trying to make it better than our last one...), and the songs sound good I guess, but we're still not really happy with it. I know there's gonna be some of the "hiss" on the tape because that's what happens with 4-tracks, but I still would like to clean it up a bit and make it sound less "muddy". Adding some reverb would make things better too. We tried going through our PA, but the reverb doesn't sound that great to me (it's a Fender Passport 250). I don't know how else to add reverb (mostly to vocals). I would like to do this on the computer somehow, but I'm not exactly sure about what the best way is to go about doing this. One thing I'd like to know is if we should transfer the songs from the 4-track to a regular tape like we normally do, or if we should just go right to the computer. Also, should we just plug our 4 track right into the sound card of my computer or what? And what programs are the best for what I want to do? Oh yeah, and we do have one more song we might put on the demo, so does anyone have any suggestions for us when we're recording so the tape sounds cleaner?