I'm Ryan. I'm a 15 year old amateur sound engineer, independent label owner along with my dad, and folk-rock musician from the Auburn, Alabama area. I play acoustic and electric guitar, piano, Hammond organ, electric bass, and lap steel guitar. Check out my gear profile and tell me what you think about it. My record label is called Twelvepitch Records, and I'm locally renowned for my musical ability and record producing skills. Well, just wanted to say hello. I'm here to learn more from those who have been in the industry much longer than I have.
I've been a Thomann customer for years - my number one source, as in try them first, and only order elsewhere when they can't help - so I got a shock yesterday. On-line I tried to order some products and at checkout noticed a notice saying delivery delay - so clicked on it, and got informed they have problems and are experiencing 6 day delay on dispatch. Usually goods arrive so quickly, I didn't believe it, so I phoned them, and yes - 6 days is what it is. They apologised but no way they can deliver by the day I need it!
hey y'all, as one who really hates renting and credit etc, I'm usually opposed to this type of thing but it seems a good deal. I was looking at a 9x9 in the same facility for $150. The manager called yesterday with this opening up next month.
$200/mo. No lease, just security deposit.
15x20 space, 10' ceilings.
Here's the places website.
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I need to update my recording gear and need suggestions. I have an old G4 and 7.4 Pro Tools. Need to get in touch with this decade ha. I only do my guitar and bass parts here so fairly simple needs. Not sure what computer to actually get or what interface etcetera. I should have paid more attention during the last 10 years as we made our CDs in those big studios. Now I need to record my parts at home for an independent release and want to be cost efficient with excellent quality. Advise?
I am new to digital music and I am unable to fix a crackling in my DAW. I would sincerely appreciate any help anyone could give diagnosing this problem. I'm using LMMS 1.0 and a Realtek built in soundcard on a 64 bit Windows 7 laptop. Here is what I have tried so far:
1.) First, I turned off system sounds, turned power usage to high performance, turned HQ mode in the DAW on and off. None of that seems to have any effect.
1) indoor dance studio about 10m x 10m
2) record conversation (not operator speech)
3) peoples will not always stay on a spot
4) Lavalier mic is not possible
5) env noise is acceptable
6) mount on ceiling at center OR tripod outside the 10m x 10m
7) connect to a small USB mixer (recording to computer)
Can anyone tell be the cheapest way to connect a shure sv100 microphone to a laptop to record vocals? Spent money on products claims they work and dont. Thank you
Hi ...I am trying to find out a recording device to record my Setar/Not Sitar (Persian instrument that has medium sound ... that is not strong and it is acoustic) at home ... I used devices like iPhone but the recording is not pleasant and has a tinny sound to it... does anyone has any suggestion?
I am new to this website and I was hoping to get some guidance from people that have more experience that i do with recording. I intend to record a 5 track EP within the next couple months and while I am a very experienced musician, I have had trouble recording in the past.