I’ve got two sets of monitors for a/b purposes... one decent set and One crappy set. Commercially mastered tracks sound good on both. . my tracks sound good in the decent set but overdrive the crappy set. any thoughts on this?
My power amp has blown, so I'll be getting some near gear, and was hoping to be able to use my sub in my new setup.
At the moment, it's
Audio interface (Which needs to be replaced as not working with Windows 10) ---> Power amp ----> Subwoofer (PSB Image subsonic 6) -> Tannoy reaveals PASSIVE monitors.
So I'm going to be changing the audio interface to most likely
Focusrite Scarlett 18i20 3rd Gen
I'm looking to upgrade my monitors and looking for my first pair of mastering grade monitors. I've heard a few of the PMC & ATC's in other studios but my budget won't stretch to the larger models.
I've seen the PMC Result 6's - their entry level monitors, would they be suitable? Or should I save up for something else?
Thanks in advance for any advice
Hi, I tried googling this, but every answer I'm reading is over my head. Buffer Size is something people advise changing. But for reference, I don't know what a buffer is nor do I know how to find my buffer settings. Someone else said to watch your CPU/HD meter, and I again don't know what those are, nor how to change them. Any help would be great, feel free to assume I don't know anything about the technical sides of recording.
I opened a new thread, because the question in maybe too specific. Did not see people comparing monitors in my scenario. Sorry if it is a dupe.
I'm new to the world of mixing and mastering and wanted to hear your thoughts on using Fishman Loudbox Mini amp with the settings turned off to mix and master. I understand that studio monitors that don't add anything to the mix are important to mix and master to the best result, and was wondering if the Fishman Loudbox Mini would be able to do that or if I really need to put more money into buying studio monitors...
I also have VIZIO - SmartCast 38" 5.1-Channel Soundbar System with Subwoofer if that's an option...
Thank you for your help!