So many great systems out their to pick and choose .
I started late on guitar and wanted a guitar oriented DAW and I wanted to be able to use and record with midi so I ended up with a Digitech GNX4 digital 8 channel guitar recorder with a complete set of stomp boxes and an extensive FX engine .
Allows a solo artist's personal ( X100 WAV. ) songs files to keep in it to draw from an d play along with on a max storage CF card of 2G !.
Allows 100 mp3 song files to play and practice along with .
Allows 100 midi files ! ! ! !
It allows tons of powerful creativity with recording software included for editing on your computer . It's crossed plat formed too . It's got a serious midi drum machine and USB that allows up to 4 channels at once recordings . On it's own it does a max of 2 channels at a time . When all 8 tracks are full you can merge tracks to free up more recording space .
Foot control hands free record function too . Foot controlled FX & stomp boxs , expression pedal for volume or wah wah or any user programmable function you want to give a factory ( 80 ) or User ( 80 ) modified guitar
" patch " .
You can make more custom guitar patches too and store them on a CF memory card too once the units ram is full .
For midi I have a Roland GR33 guitar synthesizer .
For acoustic instruments I have a Samson C01 large diaphragm condenser mic that uses phantom power the GNX4 provides in a XLR mike connection .
The FX engine of the GNX4 ( Lexicon reverbs heh heh ) allows for line inputs ( X2 ) and mike unput ( x1 ) to fully utilize the power of this DAW for any combination of FXs , so it's limited to the user's technical ability and talent .
¿ So - - Whacha all got ?