pro audio equipment
Are you going pro audio green? Is that even possible?
Are you going to stop using pro audio gear to save the planet? Tubes and power sucking electronics in support of the "green" movement is real. Gear gets hot and definitely uses power. So.. whats the deal?
Is anyone familiar with the equipment this company makes?
I'm starting to see their stuff available around here and on the web, but I don't know anything about them. Their stuff is priced very competitively and they can write a compelling sentence.
I was looking at their headphone amplifier.
I have a PreSonus Bluemax compressor, and just got an M-audio DMP3 preamp. This is my front-end (such as it is) for a home DAW setup. I would only be using the Bluemax on vocal tracks. My question is this...do I run the mic ( a Groove Tubes GT1) into the preamp first, then compression? This seems the logical method to me, but I'm not sure. Also, I've relied on the Kjaerhus Audio Classic Compressor thus far on vocals, and have been happy with the results mostly. Does anyone think I will get improved sound by compressing before the DAW? Will I gain anything by running through the Bluemax?