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    Electrical issue: click-noise from when refrigerator starts/stops

    Not every device needs a dedicated earth ground wire. Many devices have protective insulation or are drip-proof. Any standart electrician knows about this little spark catcher ( capacitor ) at switches, and motors. You find them in hairdryers and vacuum cleaner, as well. They are maybe 3$ or...
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    Electrical issue: click-noise from when refrigerator starts/stops

    Hello Ohmisch Welcome to our Recording.org forum Either replace the Thermostate or have an electrician fit an (?) [="http://www.dict.cc/englisch-deutsch/anti-interference.html"]anti-interference[/] [="http://www.dict.cc/englisch-deutsch/capacitor.html"]capacitor[/] (?). I don't know, how it...
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    Need help for new studio!!

    My faaast feeedbaaaaack...lol... Do you have proooo mooooney, toooo?? Do you have a decent budget for gear? Do you have any deeper experience in recording? Do you want to record instruments, too? Do you want to work with MIDI, too? Do you have good enough monitors? Do you want to mix your...
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    60v rails vs 120v rails

    Tell me about it...LOL I wished for more headroom eversince I went beyond 6'4". Could have safed me quite some headaches from to low door frames, e.g. :tongue:
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    60v rails vs 120v rails

    Chris... for God's sake...If you have a safe budget and it is what you need, get it ...! There is no sence in repeating your ordeal... A mixer that can match these specs I have not seen, yet. Make sure you have a thorough listening! You won't get any sweetening colorations of a NEVE or SSL...
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    60v rails vs 120v rails

    Why 120 volts? SPL has engineered a completely different approach to HiEnd audio processing. With the HiGain solution the get MANY advantages over the common technology. SNR 116 dB at 35 (is it called ?) headroom, which gives you a dynamic range of 150 dB!! That is better than the requrements...
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    Professional Mastering and Mixing Service

    42 or All said.... ;-)
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    The AD/DA Converter Wish List and Why?

    You were agonizing over this more then I was when I bought my Sony DASH 3324S for roughly 220.000 $ net, using todays exchange rate, though. LOL... Anyway, you bought good stuff... :-)
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    Professional Mastering and Mixing Service

    SEAXY AND ATTRACTIVE... goes without saying..I did not want to overdo it.
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    Professional Mastering and Mixing Service

    We are simply...the Stars ...the Elite!! The most beautiful, sensitive, intelligent, professional, irreplaceable, illustrious, most popular and important people of the music business... hell... the whole world economy. Where is my 50-meter yacht and the Caribbean Island? I feel underpayed.. :-((
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    Mastering Desk

    Nah,..language barrier...lol We are at peace, aren't we .. :-) The design of my desk is especially made to prevent acoustic problems. But generally, yes, there are problems very often, but when room treatment and desk placement was done professionally, the problem is rather small...
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    Mastering Desk

    Now, S&S, don't get cocky... ;-) What makes you think, I would accept a setup and positioning that allows comb filtering or unwanted reflections at the sweet spot? That is chapter one in the "My Studio acoustic " book.... LOL...
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    Looking for Professional Audio Multitrack Mixer Software Platforms

    Mixpad and Studio 5 are just crappy* DAWs and nothing else. Those are lowest entry level for beginners. I would not recommend them to anybody who wants to do some serious audio work. If you want to see real powerful editing and mixing, have a look at DAWs like Nuendo, for example. Those are...
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    Mastering Desk

    LOL... I guess, you are an endangered species when it comes to turning the head for monitoring versus sitting in front of the monitors to the L & R... Quite right is that there should not be anything in the way, though. Would be a crazy design....
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    Looking for Professional Audio Multitrack Mixer Software Platforms

    "Guys like you" can't be too cunning, when they work with e.g. Behringer stuff. So, a nice list of your gear and what you want to do with it would be nice to have. You find decent software mixer in any good DAW. Maybe you give us a single software as an example of what you want. I do not know...
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    Looking for Professional Audio Multitrack Mixer Software Platforms

    Hi, ... What are Audio Multitrack Mixer Software Platforms? Do you mean hardware controllers or DAWs? Mackie and Behringer are being used in absence of real gear...LOL... I would not trust them ... Not that they fall apart or break down very soon, but there are more criteria: audio quality...
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    Mastering not very loud...

    A warm welcome to our Recording.org forum! At first, please give us more info about your equipment (Profile). I see, you work with Cubase. In Cubase you find all software plugins to perform a decent semi-professional mastering. You must read through your manual to get behind the use of those...
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    24bit 96k vs 24bit 192k converters

    Most word clocks from dedicated clocking units and those generated by decent cards, I/Os and converters ( if they posess this feature) are quite stabile and usable these days. External dediacted WD generators ( like Nanoclocks ) are being used if a number of devices need to be clocked together...
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    Mastering Desk

    Just right for me ;-) Just as impressive, comfortable and grave as I wanted it. Enough spaces for all gear and a nice wide and confi armrest
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    24bit 96k vs 24bit 192k converters

    Out of interest, what is the signal quality difference between AES/EBU, the optical format or SPDIF at the same SR / BR? No, I rather don't ask... Too complex... It'll end in jitter and WC topics... ;-)
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