I hope this is the right place to ask this question..
so I got a new Motu M2 Interface about a month ago. Since then there are periodic buzzing sounds coming from the Headphone Amps at "random" times. Sometimes it runs 3 hours without a Problem and sometimes the buzzing happens twice in 5 minutes. Turning the Interface off and on again "fixes" the buzzing temporarily.
This one came in with a loud buzzing and flickering screen...
I have a pair of KRK Rokit RP5 G2 monitors but on one of them when you only turn on the power it makes a horrible loud buzzing sound:
I have tried the woofer from a working unit into it and it does the same problem so it has to be an issue with the actual unit. I have opened it up and took photos.
i have a samson resolva8 monitors that are connected to my PreSonus sound card and when i plug the cable to my right monitor i have a buzzing sound the monitor is working and i get signal what shall i do buy some professional mogami monitor cables? is the problem from the cable or from my monitor?
I am using a laptop for my DAW/Sound output to my Headphone distribution amp. The laptop output is a headphone output not a line-out output. My Headphone amp has a 1/4 stereo direct input and the laptop has a 1/8 output. I use a 1/8 to 1/8 cable with a 1/8 to 1/4 stereo to stereo adapter.
When the laptop is Plugged into the Headphone Amp I get a massive AC hum. Can hardly hear the music.
I have a Mackie mixer (profx12) and I have 4 QSC K12 speakers. I use these at my temple as our sound system. I have the mixer in the sound booth and the speakers outside the sound booth. I am running two XLR cables out of the booth from the mixer to the speakers. I use one XLR cable for two speakers. So I run a XLR cable from the mixer into the first K12 and then use another XLR cable between the output port on the first K12 and the input of the second K12. Now I have two sets like this. So I have very cheap XLR cables that I found on the internet.
Did a live recording recently of a friend playing acoustic guitar in a club. Was able to get a clean feed off the PA into my ZOOMH4N.
Can anyone suggest some best practices when working with acoustic guitar in Audition or similar DAW?
What compression, equalization should I use?
How can I reduce some of the harshness and 'buzzing' sounds the strings make?
Can I hook it up to my active monitors?
They are BehgE*Yspo87w3y Truth 2031A's.
I hooked up the rca stereo out into the 1/4 inch.
Any solutions or finalities?
Mac Notebook 13.3 inch 2.2GHz 2GB 120GB Core 2 Duo Processor Behringer EURORACK UB1202 12-input, 2-bus mic/line, 4 (IMPs) 3-band EQ.
Logic Pro 9 and Garage band.
No matter if I'm recording or just have my headphones on setting up a channel, there is a constant buzzing or hissing going on. Ive used compressors, limiters, de essers, de-noisers, everything you can think of and nothing seems to be working.
Can someone please help!