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HELP ME PLEASE

Member for

21 years
I Record Drums
I Have:
1 M-Audio ProjectMix I/O w Protools M-powered
1 Focusrite ISA 428 w Digital Converters
1 Focusrite Platinum VoiceMaster Pro
1 Focusrite Platinum TrackMaster Pro
1 AKG D-112
3 Sennheiser e608
1 Shure SM-81
1 Shure SM58
1 Marshal MXL 990
1 Marshal MXL 2006 mogami
1 Marshal MXL 991

Drum Mapex:
Bass Drum 22''
Snare 14''
Tom Hi 10''
Tom Mid 12''
Tom Low 14''
Hi-hat 14''
Ride 20''
and many other cymbals

how do i can do seting all?
thank's

disculpen mi ingles, soy de Venezuela y no domino mucho el idioma

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Member for

21 years

Member Mon, 01/29/2007 - 08:25
OK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
single it was interested in knowing its opinion, although that I was not the sufficiently clear thing with my question
you have really been somewhat sarcastic with me
in fact I am a technician with 10 recordings and understand enough of this
at the moment I am working in a homemade study of a friend

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21 years

Member Mon, 01/29/2007 - 08:41
This is the way as I am recording
D112 in the kick, isa 428
Marshal MXL 2006 in front of the kick on 2 feet of distance,trackmaster pro
Sm 58 on the top of the snare, isa 428
c414 on teh bottom of the snare, voicemaster pro
sm 81 in hi-hat, projectMix pre
3 e608 in tones, projectMix pre
2 mxl 990 in overs, isa 428
mxl 991 of room, projectMix pre
that they think?

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21 years

Member Sat, 01/27/2007 - 05:35
i didnt quite get your question? are you looking to set up all this stuff so you can get to recording your killer drum tracks? natural although i agree with you. why are you so hard on the guy? depending on where he is a local engineering school may not be an option. and the dude just wants to record his drums. i could try and help you out luis_mendez but i think you will run into a bunch of problems if you dont have an understanding of how it works. i dont know spanish but i'm guessing your from Venezuela.

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natural Sat, 01/27/2007 - 07:52
Okay, maybe I came off a little strong, But c'mon, even in the manuals that come with these things there are usually tutorials, even diagrams. How about a library, book store, music store. There are tons of books with step by step instructions. How about the store where these things were purchased? Some places offer in store seminars.
My point is,you need at least some basic knowledge before you come a forum like this otherwise you end up like the JP22 thread. (which BTW, should just be required reading before joining any forum)

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