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Dear Steven Slate,
Shutup and take my money, again: http://www.slateproaudio.com/products/raven/
Man... More I hear about Decapitator, the more I feel like I need it, but I don't think you can get their educational pricing on single effects, and I'm not sure I'd use much else from them
Oh yez? Like 14 compressors, with a limiter at the end!?!
What are you running in your vocal chain?
I just threw up a preset I usually use for singing on it and then adjusted EQ a bit
Diggin my SM7b more now. It requires a lot more post-EQ to get it to really sit in a mix well for harsh vocals, but the tone is definitely much fuller and rich than I've been able to achieve with a condenser before
Yeah, that's why I bought it.
I was thinking about getting the commercial version with the Mbox Mini and then just selling the Mini and paying like $250 for it in the end, but once 11 is released, that means I'll have to shell out another $300 for 64 bit, because that's really the version I want anyway, and I say... **** that!
Did some research and 4 years of free upgrades, plus the ability to use the educational version for commercial use, makes this a complete no brainer. Might end up getting 3-4 major releases for the price one, you never know
^Yeah, I've done that before, results are pretty cool, but I'm too lazy to switch guitars every time, since I usually track all 4 takes before going onto the next part. That'd be a lot of unplugging and plugging in
P.S. Just bought Pro Tools 10 Academic for $264. FML
P.P.S. WHY THE **** IS KOMPLETE 8 ACADEMIC MORE EXPENSIVE THAN THE NON-ACADEMIC VERSION!?!?!
I plan on opening a professional recording\Mixing studio in my area. I'm currently working out the rough cost to see if it would even be possible and i'm in an early stage of idea development.
For now I have a single Question; what is a good mixer for under 10k? Possibly full Analog or Hybrid. with at least 24 Channels.
I've worked on a couple and one of my favourite was one of these old mackie analog, I cant quite recall the model tho.
Anyway,Ive looked at a couple already but would like to get some feedback from here as I know there is very competent people around here..so anyone has suggestions?
Is that for tuning? Cause if there's THAT much tuning, there's a need of a new vocalist methinks...
EDIT: actually i think i see what you're doing there. volume. derp.
Derek is actually a douchebag. not God. but. to each his own.
so this is the WTLTL for the recording forum?
I actually have a measurement mic (i bought a arc system measurement kit) but i couldn't get it to run on a previous windows install, i recently reinstalled a different version of windows on a different hardware configuration and have been meaning to see if it will run on my new hardware. i really want to get my room close to balanced before doing that as it does have corrective eq'ing but i'd much rather have to use as little of that as possibe.
and yes, basically i used an auralux room treatment kit (the roominator) and a bunch of lenrd bass traps in the corner (they're not stacked up to the ceiling arc but they need to be)
True enough. But even then, you're going to have to tear down walls and flooring to even get a room to that point.
Assuming he means just hanging rigid fiberglass on the walls and bass traps in the corners, there's little to no probability that his room is going to be completely dead.
MatrixClaw = noob
sweet, lets see if this works....
is it possible to use too much acoustic treatment in a small mixing space. i have a small non square shaped room with semi high slanted ceilings and my mixes don't translate real well, i'm not the best mixer in the world but my mixes are waaaay off. i know i need more treatment and bass traps but can i use "too much" ?
P.S. Maybe there's something wrong with my SM7b, but I like the RE-20 a lot more. It's truer to the sound source IMO, plus it doesn't take 60db of gain to drive it
The only thing I'd critique is that the intro of that song is a bit loud and when the song kicks in it feels weak because the buildup is kinda lost.
Just had a UA 2-610 delivered to my door. Tracking my friend's vocals today too. SO EXCITE!
Sounds nice and thick! Perhaps a bit too hairy for me, but it works. Wat happened to your Axe?
his is only a 3 channel
i got a 2 channel for £900 a week ago, its worth the £50 trust me
Very nice, now you have all the br00tz covered. Keeping all three?
So you bought the most expensive version possible?
Must Buy Your Record Now! EDIT This better be you and not a reamp!
looks great man
mucho jealousy here
And nice room too, I take it the move is complete and the new studio is coming along nicely then? Presumably this is the live room....are you gonna have a vocal booth too?
Sound a little bit better, it's a lot less frizzy, but still, it's not smooth enough for that style of music. I swear its making it sound like a fuzz box.
Why are you recording using the reamp? If it were me, I'd plug the guitar into the amp and record it the traditional way, that'll prolly take alot of the frizz out instantly. Too many things in the chain to mess with the tone.
I don't think the 5150 was designed to play rock, I think it was only designed with high gain metal in mind.
Chris: You just had to come in here and school us with your Framus, didn't you. Sounds real nice, crunchy as all hell too.
Hey Chris, long time no see!
But that sounds really nice...crazy nice, a lot like a recto with more bite to it....is that you playing too? If so, again nice work...I'm quite surprised how much better than the Greenbacks sound than the V30s ever did, the framus cabs have a metal grill don't they, or the cobra ones anyway...obviously they all don't, cause mine doesn't