Cloudkicker
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Join date: Jul 2011
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#1
I am trying to throw some vocals down for something and ran into something, i am getting a huge amount of reverb through my headphones when i speak or sing through the mic, i went to my interface control panel and turned the FX inputs and outputs off, does pro tools have a reverb effect on mics? How do i change this because it is throwing me off hearing what i am singing echoing.
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MatrixClaw
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#2
You probably have record monitoring enable for the track, causing too much latency.
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#3
What room are you recording in, as it might be natural reverb....