Argument for 1x : The faster you burn, the faster the disc spins, the less time it has to burn each pit. The result is more 'blurred' pits -- ie not the ideal square wave holes.
Argument for 4x, 8x, 12x etc: The faster the disc spins, the less it wobbles, and the more 'circular' the burn (sorry, I don't know the tech terms for this). Also, these burners are optimized for these speeds.
I have an Akai S1100 that is a real snorer.
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If anyone has used either one of these sampling drum machines or BOTH of them, your reply is very much appreciated.
Just looking for some positive feedback to push me over that last hurdle and make a purchase.
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Dopamine Sound System
Anyone had experience with these?
they take less space when they're set up, you can have band practice at low volume, no
more cymbal crashes at ear level, MIDI, and NO MORE MIKING HASSLES !!!
I've tried out several different brands at music stores, but I don't really see many major differences. Some have more kit presets available, but I wouldn't use them all anyway. Some have a few more pads, but more than your standard 5-piece kit arrangement is
What is the best mic cable now, right now I'm using standard mic cable. Does more expensive cable sound better?
Hi all, I'm looking for a two channel tube pre. Tube preamps are new to me and I believe that this will smooth-en out the slight razor edge of my 03D and the 888/24, right?
What would your choice preamp be?
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How close should we practice the songs before we begin in the studio; still keeping them fresh sounding?
I use this click trick for years now, and you're right, drummers love it !
One matter should be considered though : if your click is too "groovy", laying rythm tracks along with it makes it "unmutable". I mean it becomes part of the song groove !! It happens to me once, and the click pattern ended up as a synth perc track in the final mix !!
Man, I love this job !