Another installment into my "Cheap Spring Reverb" series. This time I take on the Fostex 3180. This noisy little machine adds a nice sheen to any track I pass through it. Very versatile in my opinion if you aren't looking to spend a large sum of money. I think I picked up mine for something around $100-$200 a little while back. Well worth the money I would say.
Trying to find instructions for analog recording online has been a dead end for me so I’m reaching out here.
My set up is simple:
And mic’d vocal
Goes into Midas DM12 mixer
(All the basic outs are used for PA)
Hello, I need help figuring out if I can do something or not without breaking anything. I got my nephew an M-Audio AIR 192|4 audio interface that came with a condenser mic that requires phantom power to work. He uses to produce some decent stuff, and I'm getting him a Yamaha Q2031 31 band analog EQ to use with it this year.
I have some pretty Advanced technical analog console questions if anyone of you guys know the answer please help me out!
When your signal hits a analog channel on a console.
1) Does it hit the capacitors that are in the console first? and then the signal hits what ever hardware you have on your inserts? or is it after?
I'd like to know if any of you have every tried recording analog drum machines onto a Tascam Portastudio?
I want to record a Korg Volca Beats to my Tascam Portastudio 414 mkii but no matter what I try there's feedback and the kick sounds very unstable.
Any help at all?
I recently read this thread this guy is explaining how he uses his daw as a console and his analog mixer for summing:
title: ANALOGUE CONSOLE w/ DAW SUMMING vs. DAW CONSOLE w/ ANALOGUE SUMMING
I know this is a pretty beaten up dead horse, but I really don't know the current state of approval/disapproval these days since I've been out of the groove a few years. Is online digital auto-mastering taking over too? I suspect many people are giving their own run at this with their own material and plugs?