Our brilliant singer has moved to Malta! The plan is that I send backing tracks and she records. Then she sends me the results for mixing in UK.
With the current setup (using Zoom) we can chat & discuss until she starts recording. But THEN I can’t hear the backing so I get no sense of how everything’s fitting together.
So the problem is how do I, as her producer, hear both her vocals and the backing track so we can discuss afterwards what worked and what didn’t?
Monitoring with Magix Samplitude Pro X
In this video I show how I do my monitoring setups with RME Totalmix FX and also using Samplitude alone for those who don't have a virtual mixer for their interface.
One of my Youtube Viewer bought a Presonus Q2626, it seems to not have a virtual mixer and aimed to be driven by studio one.. I hope this will work with samp as well.
Let me know what you think. How do you manage monitoring outputs, with or without multiple signals for headphones..
As I'm new to this forum, I'd like to give a little background about me. I'm a hobbyist who doesn't record/mix/master for commercial use at all.
Just a hobby that went completely out of hand and used solely to track rehearsals and make a "decent" recording once a year.
So I use Cubase 10 pro to livestream our churches services. So the way I have it set up is the board we use (si expression 3) sends signal through usb to cubase 10 on my laptop. It is mixed and then sent to a stereo output back to the board and sent out the board into Boxcast (our streaming provider) The issue I am having is sometimes (not all the time) one of the channels is delayed but the other channels all are fine. The channel that is delayed seems to be random and I have tried everything I can to figure out why it seems to be doing this.
This is a really bizzare problem I cannot figure out.
Hello everyone I'm brand new to this forum and I'm brand new into the recording world and looking for some advice on a particular set of headphones.. I can't seem to find reviews on the Sub zero SZ-MH200 headpnones themselves only the manufacturer. I was just wondering if anybody here has any info(quality etc) or has actually used these in a studio environment that can maybe shed a bit of light?
Peace and thanks in advance
I am getting ready to buy my first audio interface. With no digital recording experience, I need some advice on monitoring overdubs. I had been looking at the Focusrite Clarett 2Pre Thunderbolt audio interface (connected to my HP Spectre x360 with Thunderbolt 3) because it has especially low latency in hopes that I would be able to monitor my live overdub tracks via the DAW. However, Focusrite Tech Support suggested I get the USB version of the Clarett instead because there are problems with the Thunderbolt implementation on some Windows machines.
I just got Cubase LE 9.5 , and a BEHRINGER UMC404HD Interface. Its connected Via USB, obvioulsy.
If i plug my guitar into the interface i get monitoring on my headphones, and i can also see signal in the program input mixing panels.
But if i press RECORD there is no Signal being Recorded, (even tho i can hear the monitoring) and i cant hear the CLICK or a COUNT IN. Even tho i activated the click and everything. its so weird, and iam getting pretty desperate...
For advanced reading about monitor controllers, Chris Muth had great influence to how I understand audio monitoring today. Before I experienced the differences of various controllers, monitoring was about a monitor section of a console, some cable and a few sets of speakers.
I'm about to try a new approach to live monitoring in rock gigs.
Playing in a rock band, I always have issues with live stage sound. It's never good enough. So I'll try a new system in which I'll control my on monitor. (see atttached image).
My issue is: I have a balanced input (either TRS or XLR) in the active monitor - a LEM Hurrican 100MA, and a regular stereo (2 single jacks) output in the little Behriger mixer I will use.
Can I simple use a Y cable with 2 mono jacks on one end , and a stereo jack on the other to connect these two?