Video has an Ambient Recording ACN-CL (which outputs carry timecode and genlock) and can provide me with output from the Ambient on a BNC cable.
I have a MOTU DTP, which has a BNC video input that can genlock to video and to VITC.
Am I correct in understanding that I can then take the DTP SMPTE output (which is on TRS) and record that on an audio track, with video being able to use that audio track in post to sync recorded audio to the recorded video?
Beautiful example of a live recording.
Beautiful song and message. Great to see people standing up. Right on Sting! 👍🏼
I've been thinking about useful reviews for my Youtube channel, and the stats show that people like comparisons with counterfeit or just plain and simple dirt cheap mics, up against the usual branded products. Years ago, I played the cello, and just laid my hands on one for the first time in 40 years. I thought of doing a recording of this using expensive, mid-range and cheaper mics, but then read an internet post on recording guitar cabinets - so I thought about maybe combining recording a cello vs an electric bass?
I got an Apollo Twin MKII Solo (all stock plugins) running into a Shure SM7B with a Trace Audio mod (+25dB clean boost) and my mic is inside a Kaotica 7B since I can't really treat this place well. I can do that after we buy a house but for here, I need to occupy as little space as possible.
I have this mixer but the power connector has come off on the back and no idea where the wires solder back to the power connector so if anyone knows how to solder the connector and what colour goes to each pin i can then repair the mixer
What gear is necessary for recording insect vibrations and sounds that are outside the range of human hearing?
I posted a month or two back about how I'm getting back into recording. Well, I finally have a rough mix ready for your ears! This is a song I wrote a few years back. The mix still needs a lot of work, and there are a couple small parts I am going to re-record, but I think it's at the point now where it can benefit from some peer feedback. Let me know what you think. General impressions, and also the finer details. The more in depth the better!
I'm specifically wondering:
I have an older, used, "patent pending," Shure 545S Series 2 (pistol grip) microphone, and I'm gradually fixing it, having first reassembled the switch in the handle section. I do get sound from the mic, but it is a little on the quiet, "hollow," and less low-frequency side. I'm using it as high-impedance.