Discussion in 'Mixing & Song Critique' started by urbanlounge, Dec 11, 2001.
Listen & learn what ribbon mics can do for you in your studio.
My english not very good excuse my english please
I am wantting help on recording my music - anyone?
You need to explain what you are having trouble with, what gear is available to you and what kind of music you are recording before anyone can help.
Perhaps you have a friend or colleague who speaks and understands English. It might be better if they act as a translator so that we can understand your questions, and you can understand our answers.
Or maybe if we knew what language you speak, there might be one of us who could read the question in your own language..
Lounge? where is Lounge situated? What is your home language?
I have edited out some very funny stuff, (from all of us) I dont want our Vietnamese friend Lounge to run away!
c'mon, let's help the guy/gal, it's his/her first post
Dear urbanlounge, you are very welcome to these great forums. You will find only nice people here
I very much like to help you, so please reply and tell us what your problems are, what gear you use, which mics, and the help you get will be enormous.
I very sorry for long time not make message.
I make from work and be very carfeful to my big boss.
What is menaing with the laughing/jokes>?
I have computer (compaq?) and have sound recording is very noisy - I plug microphone that come with computer but still very bad sound. I wish to record cha cha music. In vietnam equipemtn is very much money. :w:
OK, this seems to be a good starting point for a collection
We all definitely have some (for us outdated) gear floating around in our studios, don't we?
I remember at least an old Soundblaster card begging for not getting trashed -
anyone to throw in a mic?
Can we reach you by mail, Lounge?
Watch videos on micing acoustic guitar, bass, mandolin, banjo's, pianos
Separate names with a comma.