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I recently bought a Zoom H6 recorder, and am confused how its Mid-Sides recording works. Could you explain?
I thought I had a handle on this, but seem to have a hard time understanding the difference between a compressor’s ‘Hold’ and its ‘Release’. Can you help explain?
My own setup is an Audient ASP880 preamp connected via ADAT to an Avid HD Omni working with Pro Tools 12.4 HD Native. Is it better to set the Audient as master for recording (and the Omni as slave)?
I’ve been reading about iZotope’s Neutron, and how it is described as automating the process of attenuating some frequencies of audio track B, so that the simultaneously played audio track A, which has signal in the same frequency range, sounds more prominent...
Perhaps I do not understand the proximity effect very well! But my question is this: can you decrease the proximity effect solely by lowering the volume?
In Ableton Live, I used to use a plug-in to split a channel so that I could do multiband processing. I’m now using Cubase Pro 8.5 and it doesn’t seem to work...
I have a Nord Electro 4HP keyboard, which I’d like to run seamlessly through guitar pedals in real time and in stereo. The signal distorts quite badly at higher keyboard and pedal volumes. Can you suggest a device that would remedy this?
I have heard somewhere that you should avoid having your tweeters centred vertically in the room — is there some truth in it?
A client recently sent me a mastered album for some additional EQ tweaks as he wasn’t completely happy with the balance when playing back via an iPhone on his car stereo...
I’m using Ableton Live and bounced my last few finished tracks in the 32-bit float format. I’d rather not have too many different versions of the same tracks floating around, so is there a preferred word length for when I bounce files out for mastering?
Can I use the headphone output (Output 9-10) on an RME Fireface 800 audio interface to feed a click track to an IEM (In-ear Monitor) transmitter for a drummer?
I want to add a Cuica drum part to a Latin jazz fusion piece and have a nice Cuica drum similar size to the one in this...
I recently acquired a Blue Rocket Stage 2 with cardioid B8 capsule, and although I really like the sound it seems a bit ‘stiff’ — in the same way that a speaker can sound ‘stiff’ until it’s been ‘burned in’. Do mic capsules ‘relax’ over time or will that stiffness persist?