Gain staging is the most critical things we should learn to keep the integrity and quality of our audio recordings.
Tel me what you think? Anything I forgot?
In this video I talk about how to deal with it in your DAW. You can do a mix of this song on your own : Song info and download : https://www.telefunken-elektr… Will Evans - "Me and My Crew" https://www.youtube.com/c/Wil…
Here is the latest batch of tests showing the current AMD vs Intel chips for audio.
The Sound on Sound article is here:
DSP Test Chart:
VSTi Test Chart:
I was thinking that if I keep my 18i20 preamps as low as they go, that it would keep any coloration from my 18i20 as low as possible and the primary conditioning would be from my ART Pro II that's connected to my 18i20.
I find that I must use the preamps in the 18i20 in addition to the ART preamp to get my input signal to my DAW up enough.
Any advice is appreciated.
I've been listening to this youtube channel for a few weeks and it's been twice that this subject as been discussed.
In the video he clearly demonstrate a reason why you'd want to run at higher sample rate or carefully use plugins that has oversampling..
I hope to get your opinion on this.. ;)
This site has been great for me to learn some ins and outs and read quality answers. I am hoping to get some insights and suggestions on a technical question. I am putting together a voice recording studio for my teenagers. I have obtained most hardware components - used and open box deals but good quality. Soon I will test it with my Windows laptop.
I haven't played much on a loop pedal and I know I can just loop a phrase on my DAW Logic Pro and play over it but I seem to remember it being a lot more FUN playing with a looper pedal.
Does anyone find that a looper pedal is more fun than playing over a repeated loop on software on a computer?
I've just acquired a Fostex 8-track reel to reel recorder and an looking to record onto tape and then send the 8 tracks INDIVIDUALLY from the unbalanced rca/phono output to my daw.
Does anyone know the easiest path to do this?
Most of the audio interfaces I've viewed only allow for 2 stereo tracks to be sent or a sum of all 8 channels. I need them to be separate for post editing!
Many thanks for any help.
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
3 DAWs - 3 sounds?? Reaper vs Sonar vs Samplitude In this video, I test 3 DAWS by doing the exact same mix of the same song. There was a long debate as if every DAWs sounded the same and I thought it was time to get a true answer.
I also give a link to downloadable multitracks songs.
What do you think of the tests, convincing ??