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converting to biamp

I have a set of Grund Audio dual 15" with horn and internal crossover that I want to re-wire to biamp with my external crossover. Can I just run new wires from the speakers straight to jacks or do I need any signal modification? Also should I wire the 15's parallel or series? The whole system will be run stereo 3way with a separate set of 18" cabs.

Converting Zoom MRS-1608 .dat files to .wav

Hi all. A few months ago I recorded some tracks at a friends house on his Zoom MRS-1608. We went back and listened to them and they sounded pretty good, so I wanted to export them to my system for editing and to record new vocals. I know that there is an optional USB hookup on the Zoom, but my friend's not sure if he has it or not (got it a couple of years ago, and doesn't really know anything about comps, hence the Zoom), plus it would be a hassle to schlep it over here.

Converting unbalanced to balanced signals.

I've been making music on synths, drum machines, bucketts and my computer for about 15 yrs now yet I've got no formal training. I realize that for long cable runs, it’s best to use balanced cables to reduce noise and grounding problems. What about cable runs (15 to 25 ft) to gear with unbalanced outputs like vintage synths? I think DI boxes are an option but I also understand that the 'affordable' ones color the sound in a negative manner. Additionally I've got about 20 channels I need to do so with on a tight budget.

Converting MIDI to Audio

Hey yall, I'm using Sonar LE here and I'm trying to convert my MIDI tracks to audio. I have tried a bunch of different soft synths, I can get them to play fine and when I record the midi data they play back fine. When I try to convert them to audio it gives me the error "the specified selection did not contain any audio data". How do I fix this? I followed the directions in the provided tutorial exactly and it gives me this error. Please help me

converting 48 to 44 clippings

i recently discovered strange issue, i am not sure if it's common or only wavelab or just my configuration.

when i render a 48 kHz to 44.1 kHz file, the resulting file is like 0.05 dB louder than the original, this is causing all kind of unwanted clippings in the end file, how can i solve this, professionally, without simply lowering the output,
how can i make the rendered 44.1 file to match with the original 48 one

Converting GT Brick to UK voltage

I have just purchased a Groove Tubes Brick from the US as there is nowhere to buy one from in the UK. I was told that I can switch the voltage to 240v internally but after opening it up cannot find any obvious switches. A search on Google came up with one guy saying that I need to change some wires around. Has anyone got any ideas or a link to a guide on how to switch the voltage over?

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Converting Vinyl to digital audio? - help needed

Hi all, I'm new to all this and looking for some advice and hoping people here will be able to help me.
I am going to try to covert all my fathers vinyl to a digital audio for hI'm as a kind of birthday present.
I don't really want to buy any extra hardware or software to do the job.
The hardware isn't really a problem. I know its not going to give the same quality as professional equipment. But I've got a creative X-Fi Elite pro sound card, so will use the phono connections on the external console to connect to the amp.
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