I know absolutely nothing about this stuff so I just wanted to check with you which one is better.
Im planning to record some youtube videos and the mic im going to use is Shure SM7B. So since its an xlr mic I need some sort of audio interface.
I know SSL2 is going to work fine with Shure but I already have Terratec DMX 6Fire, do you think this will work fine?
Console maker Solid State Logic has a new owner and it’s Audiotronix. The audio conglomerate purchased the iconic console company from majority shareholder Peter Gabriel, who’s owned the company for 12 years. SSL now joins a corporate umbrella that includes DiGiCo, DiGiGrid, Calrec and Allen & Heath.
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UAD SSL 4000 G Bus Compressor Plug-In Collection Trailer
Universal Audio Releases SSL 4000 E Channel Strip and Moog Multimode Filter Plug-In Collections for UAD-2 and Apollo Platforms
SCOTTS VALLEY, CA • March 14, 2017 — Universal Audio is pleased to announce the release of UAD Software v9.1, featuring the new UA-developed SSL® 4000 E Channel Strip and Moog® Multimode Filter Collections.
Hi...I have a presonus 192 interface with the xmax pre's, and have been looking at upgrading/getting other pre's
for vocals and acoustic guitar. Looking at SSL, 4 pre's for $1700; Warm audio, 4 pre's around $1000 and others
Daking, UA610,etc... same price range. My question really is has anyone used the SSL and the Warm audio stuff(eg's and dynamics as well) paired with tube(Mojave Ma 300) and small diaphragm condensers (AKG 970's) ?
just saw this on the SOS YouTube channel, from AES NY, happening this weekend. Looks really cool!
I've been making music in Logic for a couple of months now. One of the most difficult things for me is making a baseline that is punchy and funky. I'm trying to replicate the baseline in [[url=http://[/URL]="https://www.youtube.com/w…"]Breakbot's You Should Know[/]="https://www.youtube.com/w…"]Breakbot's You Should Know[/] in Logic.
Can anyone give me tips on how to do this?
audiokid submitted a new resource:
[="http://recording.org/index.php?resources/ssl-x-patch.3/"][plain]SSL X-Patch[/plain][/]="http://recording.org/inde…"][plain]SSL X-Patch[/plain][/] - [plain]Turn your studio outboard into plug-ins. X-Patch is designed to deliver the flexibility of plug-in[/plain]
Bought a second SSL X-Patch and now need an Ethernet spitter for the network. I tried one of my old wireless routers and it worked but it also took out my wireless ability on my mixing DAW. So I'm guessing I need a simple hub that isn't looking for a wireless connection, correct? The X-Patch is a simple java app that uses cat5. My computer has only one Ethernet out. Never done this before.