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This may work. If there is any level mismatch you should be able to adjust it with the gain knob on the bass amp (make sure the amp doesn't clip at large volumes). But... Thump15a manual says sub mode rolls off low frequencies on the speaker, but it doesn't roll off high frequencies on the output (you want to connect to an amp), so you'll need to do it by ...


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As technology has improved, some devices typically described by one term have evolved to include features described by one or more other terms, so you kind of need to dig-in to the feature-list of a new and unfamiliar device to get a more accurate sense of its capabilities. An Audio Recorder is a device that records audio to some media. There are many ...


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The software/computer version is a DAW (Digital audio Workstation). The concept is from a Multi-track recorder; originally magnetic tape-based, audio only, then using hardware or computer-based software which could do the same for MIDI data, known as a sequencer. Eventually all melded into one form which could do both. Mid-way forms have been termed hard ...


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Bb trumpet (or cornet) is the near universal standard for beginners.1,2 Trumpets are often marketed as "beginner" or "student" models, so that would be a useful way to search, and you needn't know much more. You might do some research on the quality of different brands. For someone who wants to get off to a solid trumpet-geek start, ...


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It sounds like you're just looking to make a quick and dirty recording, without any particular processing. In that case, you just need a cable to go from the keyboard audio out (the headphones plug) to the MacBook's audio in (the microphone plug). From there, you can use any on-board sound recording software, like QuickTime (instructions) or Voice Memos (...


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