Been six years but I finally got back some gear I thought was lost into the aether - my trusty Electro-Voice S60 monitors!
For those of you who don't know, these are the speakers that I recorded, mixed and mastered what I consider to be the best sounding Green Goblyn Project album on - Fluke. Very excited about getting these back in my life.
Never the less, stay clear of it until its resolved otherwise you pose risk of your computer getting viruses or your ip being harvested. Most likely ip harvesters are mining ips's. That means its like surfing **** sites when you go there. Bad for studio computers !
Mine, a PMD620, came with Firmware A1.14. A2.33 came out May 4th, 2009. A2.03 was current in March 2008.
Could anyone please help me sort this out? Thanks.
Can some one help. what should i do.
my pc is like this.
3.0ghz p4 HT
Emu1820 as my sound card and interfase
Does it have to do with the buffer? mine is low for very very low latency. or is it ram or hd?
I recently bought an M-audio Octane unit for recording drum tracks in my home studio. I use the ADAT lightpipe to connect to my Pro Tools 6.4 le system. My mic setup consists of the following:
kick - Audix D6
snare and toms - SM57's
overheads - (2) Marshall MXL 2003's
hi hat - RØDE NT-1A
I was looking for an upgrade from the Mackie VLZ. On a very limited musicians budget. Heard some good(old) reviews about the M80 with "Jensens". And here we go-
A few years ago I had purchased a PreSonus M80 from "Musicians Friend". I have never been very happy with the sound, seems thin and not enough gain. Just recently, I was looking for ways to tweak the unit and I found an interesting web page about the transformers-
Does anyone realize that it comes with 256 mb of ram, and has to be upgraded by Apple to add more, which they charge a premium for?
Once you add everything to make the mac mini anything of a decent computer, you are well over $1000.
Use it for your email, people, but PLEASE reconsider before you realize the thing is a absolute dog for any real work.
Do not a fee to have a publisher make a demo of your songs. Some publishers do take demo exspenses out of future royalties, but you should never pay upfront for demo costs for a song that is signed by a publisher.