this is my first thread here after soooo much reading of this supercool forum! I hope that the thread will be helpful for other people too.
I want to buy my first multitrack - accually on 70% I bought it - I made a deal with a seller and I have one week for change my mind. It is Tascam ATR 60 8 tape recorder with: (see attached pics)
In search for a desktop analog mixer, I've become particularly interested in Soundcraft's EFX8, based on its size and specs (suits my personal preferences)eg i/o functions
To give you a bit of background, I'm an audio engineering student based in London- I'd like to have a mixer to practice various signal flow techniques as well as an over all feeling for mixing/ getting to know the console.
@audiokid @pcrecord @kmetal or anyone...
Guys, can you explain to me the benefits ( audio production-wise ) of moving up to W10 Pro Edition, as opposed to the Home Edition I have now?
Marco - I followed that very useful link you posted sometime back, that had a great walk-thru of the steps to take to optimize my PC for audio production...
Chris, you mentioned switching to W10 Pro fairly early on after switching up to W10 from W8 ( or was it 7?)
Did it make a noticeable difference in your operations?
Is there any recording related course with international certification, if so where can i study them.
I have a chance to scoop one of these up cheap ... ... I understand it's a discontinued product, it does have available drivers for windows 7 /64 bit ( I have a desktop that will support it). I'm not finding much in reviews, The odd posting about failures and the odd posting about the dbx preamps having a limited range on the gain controls ...
I though I'd pick it up to play with, I have a ton of other gear it's more for the novelty and if it runs okay, I'll stick it in my daughters studio "B".
Anybody tried one of these out ?
Engineer Bob Katz, interviewed at Sae Institute in Paris, explaining how he became a recording engineer, and eventually, a mastering engineer.
Ian shepherd' big annoucement :
It could be huge.
What do you guys think?
Looking to treat my room, but I want it to be safe for health. From just breathing it (even if uncovered), handling it and in case my dog accidently eats some of it.
What kind of material would be what I am looking for. Safe and non-toxic, yet a great sound absorber.
Ok, I'm not sure where to exactly post this but I figured this is a great site to ask the question.
I recently purchased my first microphone (Blue Yeti) and want to find a software solution to do some sort of real time filtering of white noise (particularly computer fans) so I can stream over xsplit for my gaming live streams, on teamspeak, etc. I don't do this for money so I want something cheapish or freeware.
I've found this very hard to google for as most things are for fixing already recorded audio.
Hello to You!
I'm new to this forum and I'm really sorry if this is the wrong place to post topic like this.
This is my situation. I'm supposed to make a simple audio mix, a song, from a 5 or more recorded audio tracks. My problem is that I don't have enough time to buy equipment needed for recording and setup my studio.
So I'm asking if there is someone kind enough to share some tracks (.wav or even .mp3) from a composed song that could be mixed on My computer.