Hey I've been thinking about setup of a new template. I generally use a fair bit of bussing for submix/groups. Like grouping the kik and snare and tom drums to their own bus, then feeding those busses to a drums bus. Ditto for vocs guitars keys ect.
So my question is if I set up a vca for say the kick drum bus, can I then have the ability to turn up the kick drum, without effecting the gain staging to the drums bus. I'm trying to figure out how to turn up tracks or groups without effect what I'm feeding to the compressors that are further down the line.
I've got 4 Accusonic/Show amps (2 x PSA-3900, 2 x PSA-31500), all four of them were working in all modes (stereo, bridged, parallel/mono). The following day I was testing them out and all of a sudden all four amps only work in bridged mode but not stereo mode or parallel/mono mode. Has anyone ever seen or heard of this before? I'm testing each one on their own so it shouldn't be a power supply/voltage drop issue. The only thing the four of them had in common is that they were all plugged into the same power bar running through a DBX Driverack PA2.
I wrote and recorded the attached track over the last week. Before going live with it, I'm wondering what people think here. Do the lead guitar parts sit ok? I'm worried I've mixed a few of them too loudly..
Hey people. It's been a while. I used to post here a lot back when I was full time in the industry. I'm trying to get back into recording a little bit. It would be great to reconnect with ya'll again. I downloaded a new DAW today and fired up a Scarlett interface that I had laying around. I can't get it to work right. When I record I get this weird electrical sound. Can anyone suggest how to troubleshoot this? I already tried switch the mic and cable. I'm using a power conditioner for everything that's running off AC.
I'm installing a wood stove in a recording room and I'm concerned about sound coming in from the chimney. Any suggestions for dealing with this?
There is a consistent noise source nearby which, so far, I have dealt with relatively successfully with window/door plugs. The stove would open a 6" channel from the room, through the ceiling/attic, and through the roof.
The stove itself might have enough mass to stop the sound (?) but the stovepipe is made of thin metal.
Just wondering if you guys use the auto save function in your daw. I previously haven't but am considering it for the new setup.
If you are using it, how often do you have it save a backup?
Alsp how many backups do have have it set to store, before it overwrites the oldest one?
I was thinking about setting it to backup every 10 or 15 minutes, and save my last 100 backups.
Curious what others are doing.
Hi all. I have a question regarding the QY300 sequencer. I just purchased one and can't find any information in the manual about hooking up various keyboards, so as to control them individually from the QY. There seems to be nothing in the manual regarding this. So how do I set it all up to record midi channels and play them back without having to listen to the QY's internal synth? I've tried to find tutorials on it, but all they do is give me the lowdown on the internal synth. Any help would be much appreciated.
I have a friend who is severely deaf, but a sound lecturer in a university - we chatted after watching the Queen's Jubilee concert from Buckingham Palace. We were talking about the huge numbers of wireless channels for microphones, guitars and then the fact that everyone (bar one) of the performers were using IEMs.