This is my first post on the forums since 2008 (I was in 9th grade, I think). Happy to be back.
I'm selling my Electro-Harmonix English Muff'n overdrive pedal. It's a really great overdrive pedal that uses two 6072A/12AY7EH preamp tubes to get a cool, crunchy British-sounding overdrive. It's served me very well but I haven't had much use for it recently, so I figured I'd pass it along.
It's about three years old. There are some minor cosmetic blemishes, most notably some scratches on the sides of the pedal (see the photos). But it still operates wonderfully. Charger included.
I seem to have misplaced the original packaging, but I'll certainly box it up for you in some way. Ideally would like this to be in the NYC tri-state area but I can theoretically ship anywhere in the US.
Looking for $129 or something close. Could also potentially trade (plus some cost) for an MXR compressor and/or a tuner pedal.
So I've had my Audiobox and Mixcraft for a couple days now, and everything was going great until, out of nowhere, these big buzzing/crackling noises, like a torn speaker, start coming out whenever I play the music I've recorded.
When I listen to other music, like music in iTunes, it's fine, so that should eliminate the Audiobox and my headphones (which are Sennheiser HD280) as the problem, right?
I don't really know what the issue is. It's not a background hum, its upfront and it comes on and off depending on how much sound there is, but Mixcraft indicates that there's no clipping anywhere, so I don't know what to do.
EDIT: Any opinion on the different softwares you recommended? I'll obviously check them all out, and I'll have Cubase LE which comes with the Audiobox, so I have choices, but I think I'm still set on Mixcraft.
The only thing I'm unsure about is Mixcraft. I really like it, but should I go with a big name product for the sake of learning one of them? (Compatability is not an issue, this will just be my solo work. I go elsewhere for the bandito).
I'll be using a midi keyboard, and I'll probably eventually pick a dynamic for the geet and such.
I have an XP comp, which I'll upgrade to 3 gigs of RAM.
Are these the best options?
EDIT: Oops, forgot that this computer doesn't have a Firewire port. Is it worth installing one, or should I just get a USB interface? By the time I'm ready to upgrade, I'm pretty sure I'll have a new computer, but even so I don't see myself using more than two mics at a time right now.
So I've been teaching myself the harmonica lately, and it's been fun, except I can't seem to get a note when drawing out of the third whole (third from the lowest.)
Now, I can get clear single notes, blowing and drawing out of every other hole, and I can get clear blow notes out of the third whole, so it has to be that individual reed that's causing the problem, right?
My little brother was in a guitar hero competition, and the VERY cheap harmonica was a consolation prize, so if it was because of the instrument, I wouldn't be surprised, but I want to make sure it's not me first.
that is detrimental to business at a time where finances are tight and a waste of food when there are people starving in the world. Way to encourage someone to committ a crime. It's also illegally breaking of a contract.