vivalaheerey
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Join date: Oct 2006
1,485 IQ
#1
Recording guitar via Pod Pro, into a focusrite saffire pro 24 via a mic cable, and then into my DAW. I set my tone, get a nice clear one, I record, sounds fine. However, when I play my track back, the signal is muddy and fizzy, completely different to the sound over the monitor. Can someone help me with why this is? Its driving me crazy
Gibson Les Paul Classic 1960
Engl Powerball 120 Watt
Orange PPC212 Cabi
ISP Decimator
MXR 10-band EQ
Boss OS-2
KG6_Steven
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Join date: Nov 2006
3,139 IQ
#2
Sounds like you may be overdriving the input slightly. How are the recording levels?
vivalaheerey
Registered User
Join date: Oct 2006
1,485 IQ
#3
On my saffire they are well within the green, do you have to also keep logic x's in the green? cos the track sometimes goes red on it
Gibson Les Paul Classic 1960
Engl Powerball 120 Watt
Orange PPC212 Cabi
ISP Decimator
MXR 10-band EQ
Boss OS-2
Minimallamb
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Join date: Aug 2009
642 IQ
#4
Are you able to put a sound clip on your profile? It would make it a lot easier to sort out the problem
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vivalaheerey
Registered User
Join date: Oct 2006
1,485 IQ
#6
Still a lot muddier than i remember it being
Gibson Les Paul Classic 1960
Engl Powerball 120 Watt
Orange PPC212 Cabi
ISP Decimator
MXR 10-band EQ
Boss OS-2
vivalaheerey
Registered User
Join date: Oct 2006
1,485 IQ
#7
Oh and the guitar a gibson les paul in drop D, thickest gauge is .046. I have Tube Screamer just before the pod. Could it be becuase the pick up is too high? i normally have it set high as I drop to C and B a lot and i like the attack and chunk i get
Gibson Les Paul Classic 1960
Engl Powerball 120 Watt
Orange PPC212 Cabi
ISP Decimator
MXR 10-band EQ
Boss OS-2