Cool Edit Pro 2 Settings

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by Tuwin, Aug 16, 2004.

  1. Tuwin

    Tuwin Guest

    ok i have a very basic, very un-professinal home studio set up...and i am new at this...i am going for an iron maiden, iced earth feel to my music

    I have recorded a few songs but scraped them because the sound i had was not what i was looking for...when i play it "live" it sounds really good but going into my computer and coming back out it sounds like crap.

    way to much bass note output just drowns everything out and makes my speakers crackle

    I looked through some settings and i realized i had diffrent rifts and diffrent sections recorded with diffrent settings...

    now to the questions...i had been using 48000 and 23-bit...and also 41000 and 32-bit...than i tried mix matching and i just dont know what is the best or what each does...and also next to 32-bit its says " (float) " what exactly does that mean?

    any help on creating the sound i am looking for or any help with any settings in cool edit 2 would be a major help to me thanks!
  2. Tuwin

    Tuwin Guest


    44.1 - 16bit is what i need for a CD? is that my best bet to record at? or should i go 44.1 32-bit?
  3. splurge

    splurge Guest

    Hi Tuwin

    I think your problem probably lies in what sound card you have and what your recording technique rather than settings within Cool Edit. If you give me a bit more detail on what sound card you're using and so forth and I'll try and help you out.

    Good Luck

    Liam :)

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