I have a ZED10FX mixer that I use for Zoom calls with a guitar, a mic and a backing track. I use the USB out from the ZED to the computer, and choose that USB input as the "microphone" in Zoom. The problem I've been having is that (only) when the ZED gets connected from the USB to a computer, there's a high pitch noise or hiss that comes out through the mains, the aux and the headphone out of the mixer.
Whenever I record the guitar, I get this super high pitch hissing noise that I can get rid of with a noise gate fx when the guitar isn't being played (very beginning of the clip) But as soon as he starts playing, the noise gate isn't effective any longer. You have to turn the volume up louder to hear it clearly.
This is an archtop guitar, plugged into a reverb pedal, plugged into the mixer, and the mixer outputs to the inputs of the video camera (the guitar isn't mic'd)
Thanks for any input on what the noise is, and how to eliminate it completely if possible.
I'm new to this site and to audio recordings so i hope your bear with me on this one.
I'm aware of background noise in recordings since i started recording with my hyperx quadcast usb mic and didn't have any problems getting rid of it in adobe audition. I switched to an xlr mic, the rode podmic with Scarlett solo 3rd gen interface and encountered a weird background noise nothing like i had heard before.
I'm wondering if there's anything wrong with my setup and i'm hoping you could help me figure this thing out.
Long story short, I keep hearing shit in my house, it sounds like people talking and I hear running around etc. We have cameras in our house, but they keep magically looking very grainy, I used voice amplifier but magically again...when I suspect anything..it sounds like my ear is blown off when listening...so I recorded our cameras from my phone on certain nights....and when I try to playback the audio I hear the whispers.
has anyone experimented with getting different noises out of their piano? I've been brainstorming different ideas, but I haven't figured out how I'd go about implementing any ideas to alter the space between the hammer and the string to make it happen.
i never liked the middle pedal to bring the cloth down. that cloth just feels weird when you press the keys
I record audio tutorial at my home studio and has no connection with creating music so my requirement is very basic (just to record clean audio as much as possible at my end).
Issue: I was facing a noise issue which was coming on its own when I start recording
(while monitoring I noticed, sometimes there was modulating and phasing frequency (going up and down) and the other time it was whine in the noise) somehow that is fixed now:
For some reason when I'm in fruity loops my microphone picks up buzzing sound and hissing noises.
mxl 770 cardioid condenser microphone paired with a Neewer 1-Channel 48V Phantom Power Supply with Adapter, BONUS+XLR 3 Pin Microphone Cable for Any Condenser and
SiYear 3.5mm Mini Jack Stereo to XLR Female Microphone Cable， Unbalanced 1/8 inch to XLR 3 Pin Interconnect Cable Cord Adapter (1.5Feet) to connect to my pc
I'm getting a high pitch noise (attached) that has something to do with the pedals (also attached)
Noise only happens when going through pedal board.
No noise when plugging directly into mixer, or into Clarus, then Mixer.
Guitar --> pedals --> Acoustic Image Clarus --> A&H Mixer --> Peavey Power head
By the sound of the noise itself, can anyone identify what it is and best way to go about addressing it? Thanks!
Based on the feedback I got from respected members of this forum I ordered dynamic mic(s) to eliminate the background noise because all the other options (whichever was possible at my end) I already tried and getting mic was the only fix.
I've a home studio setup where I create educational video course and currently using MXL 770 with Scarlett solo 2nd gen.
FYI: So far I got SM57
and SM58 is in transit and I will try both of them whichever works best to eliminate the background noise I'll keep that and return the other one.