I've been playing around with the Horns virtual instrument in Logic again and come up with the attached track. What do people think? Is it a little too busy in places.. (?) I was going for a big-band blues funk kind of vibe.
- I used Bias Amp 2 for guitar amp simulation (I played all parts on a LP 2015 Traditional).
- Drums are a hybrid EZ drummer kit based on the drumkit from hell (-- I generally like this kit; has some nice choked crash sounds) but with the progressive snare and a less metal-sounding kick.
This is such a great unit, so well designed and built. The owner mentioned the input pot was not working. The unit arrived with what looks like impact or shipping damage. The left corner of the front panel place was bent slightly back. On inspection I found the input pot sheared off.
I found the sheared input pot first...
Can someone familiar with this unit confirm (or otherwise) that the LED indicators on channel 2 are correct when the device is in "Coupled" mode (as indicated by the illuminated central red LED). No audio is input. The pics show both uncoupled and coupled modes.
More Than Just a Demo
The track is a combo/cross of electronic and orchestral (scoring) stuff, based on a rather unusual harmonic/rhythmic structure.
Is it necessary to notarize all of your music documents right away, or may we do it later?
In the last year every single audio recording I have done, has been as background music for video clients. After decades of recording music for artists to release this has been a big change for me. I've learned a few things that I believe can help others who need to make music for video, from maximizing time and value of the created music, to creating moments that give videographers great places to put in video transitions.
I'd love to hear from others that need to create music for video and learn what you are doing.
I have a couple of Rane 26B line mixers in to modify. One unit had a flaky right side output connector and both had broken power connectors. The Rane 26B use a phone type connector for its power connection.
could anyone point me in the direction of the type of mixer I should use with an SP404 for a beatmaking/recording set up. I am after something reasonably cheap, doesn’t need heaps of inputs.
I’m hoping to be able to use the mixer to record/mix a few more Mics into the SP404s mic in. I’m hoping to use this to have a few mics on the drums
I’m hoping to be able to use the mixer without any laptops etc
I’m not even sure if this is possible, thanks al for your help!