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CHANNEL SELECT FL STUDIO

I've got a Novation impulse MIDI controller; I need to link different channel selection to different buttons of my MIDI controller, in the way of I can change instruments while playing only pressing ...
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multiple files as a single track in a CUE sheet?

Skimmed the CUE spec and the documentation/examples on digitalx.org, but didn't see an answer to my specific question. Thanks for any help in advance. I have several files which contain a number of ...
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Lower audio output volume on audio input (speech)

What would be the prefered way to lower the volume of my audio output whenever I speak? Similar thing is being done on some radio stations with some continuos music playing in the background. I'm ...
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Mess up with Phoenix Reverb

I usually use Altiverb for dialogue premix, recently I bought Phoenix and R2 reverb due to their good reputation. However, I find them difficult to config. They have so many presets but none can ...
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POD Studio UX1 for professional DI recording

Me and my band will soon start recording our first album. To do that, we chose to record tracks our self in clean direct input then send them to someone to have them sampled, mixed, etc My question ...
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No MIDI sound in Cubase LE 6 [on hold]

I imported a MIDI file into Cubase. It play but no sound. I connected my Yamaha PSR S900 to the computer using M-Audio MIDI interface. Look like Cubase recognized the keyboard, but it doesn't pick ...
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Half tempo too slow?

Suppose I'm working on a track that's at a tempo of around 191 beats per minute, and I want to have sort of a "half tempo" interlude somewhere in the track, say underneath a chord progression that's ...
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frequency distribution graphs in music

I'm quite a newb when it comes to anything audio-related but am playing with programming a spectrum-visualiser. I chunked the signal into 50 bars, each representing another frequency-band. One thing ...
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How do I find a track by its name?

I have a project with a bunch of tracks, and I now want to edit one of them, but I don't know where it is. I know what it's called, however. How do I find it?
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career opportunities in sound other than films

I would like to know what are the career opportunities for someone who has a knowledge of sound recording/ designing? I do know about opportunities in the field of film, radio, advertising . but are ...
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Noise reduction on a guitar amplifier over a voltage regulator

I'm new to the community and I'm not sure this is the place to be asking, but it seemed reasonable to give it a shot. Also I'm not an electrical engineer so I'm not familiar with the English jargon. ...
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Ableton Live and Reaktor snapshots overwrite

So I built my custom synth with Reaktor. Being used to produce several drum sounds, I have usually different instances of it on different Ableton Live tracks. The problem is snapshot saving. ...
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How to find a specific sound in the audio track if i have a sample?

So i have this file which is all talking people and beep sounds. The beep sound is always the same and i need to mark every place where it plays. It would be great if it's possible to do with ...
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What is the RPM of A Typical Reel To Reel Recorder?

What is the RPM of a reel to reel recorder?
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Surround in Hangouts

I have done a search of the question database and I wasn't able to find if what I'm looking for is possible, tho it really should be. When talking about sound holography, in most surround sound ...
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How to capture a midi performance and apply a vst plugin to it?

I am looking for the most inexpensive way to accomplish the following tasks: 1) Record a midi performance including pitch bends into a sequencer program (pc or mac) that provides a click, has the ...
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Trying to re-create a certain Kraftwerk sound

I've been trying to recreate a specific Kraftwerk pad sound - i thought it shouldn't be too difficult, but i can't seem to get it right. It is the pad sound you can hear in It's More Fun to Compute. ...
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How to set up a multiple speakers to one notebook?

I am going to perform an experiment with 3 different sound tracks emitted simultaneously by 3 speakers and I would like to know how the apparatus need to be set up to one notebook. Any suggestions ...
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How to map each midi channel to a separate speaker?

I have a program on a Windows 7 machine that is playing sounds via the General Midi specification. I would like to be able to direct each channel/instrument of the sound output of this program to one ...
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If I increase the gain, what will the listener hear? [duplicate]

I know that gain is an increase in the signal-to-noise ratio. What does that mean for the person who listens to my tracks? If I increase the gain on my guitar, for instance, do they hear more guitar? ...
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Shielded microphone cable for instrument piezo or magnetic pickup

This may seem like a stupid question, and probably is. Please bear with me. I have 1/4in. tip/sleeve connector jacks and 2-wire shielded audio cable, from which I intend to make an instrument audio ...
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17 views

Separate livestream audio channels

I have been doing live streaming of video games on Twitch.tv as of recently. I have a decent setup, and I am getting all the audio and video that I need to stream through a program called OBS (Open ...
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1answer
94 views

Relationship between amplitude and loudness (again)?

I feel that this type of question has probably been asked a zillion times before, but after reading the basics of audio and sound there is still something basic that I'm unsure of... Consider a pure ...
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Wireless transmission of sound

My original question was about a specific product but was marked off-topic. I've been doing more research since then in to the capabilities of wireless sound transmission and am surprised at the lack ...
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31 views

Effect for reducing stereo spread

I have a synthesizer and I have a stereo sound that needs to have reduced stereo spread. I only can use an onboard synthesizer effect for that, and I was wondering if there is an effect known by ...
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Music Production with FL Studio

I'm currently doing bedroom DJing at the moment and uploaded some mixes to Mixcloud, but I also want to enter Music Production and I'm learning to use FL Studio, but I've barely any music background ...
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Are compressed audio files converted to raw pcm by audio players?

When audio players (like VLC, for example) play compressed audio files (like mp3, for instance), do they first convert them to pcm data (like in wav files) and then play it? It seems very logical to ...
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Tuning a house of worship by referencing through headphones

Actually I have many questions here. I'm quite new to live signs reinforcement and I have no formal training in it and I want to learn more so pardon me if anything sounds stupid. We've recently ...
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Logic Pro X jumps back when starting recording

In Logic, the main track view is suddenly jumping back to the beginning of the track (or clip?) when I hit record, even though record begins from later on project. If I enable the Auto-Follow it then ...
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13 views

Input levels too high with Cubase 5 and Alesis IO2

I am having an issue with recording my guitar in Cubase 5. I am using Alesis IO2 as input and output. The input appears to be unreasonably loud. I can see the levels in cubase go right to the max ...
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28 views

Powerful sort of techno pad

Im trying to create this pad, its really nice and powerful. I tried creating it via Massive using a smooth and hard square wave, It seems like the attack is a bit fast but exponential. I also ...
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Sound pressure level meter for ultrasounds

I've been reading some datasheets about sound pressure level meters and most of them seem to measure sound in the frequency range 0-8.5 kHz. Is it just that this is where their greatest sensibility ...
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Speakers that operate with high frequencies and ultrasounds [closed]

I've created a transmission protocol in order to transmit information bits between a PC speaker and a smartphone, or between 2 smartphones. I've implemented a QFSK system which uses 4 frequencies and ...
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Splitting podcasts on the introductory jingle

So I have a very large number of podcasts in mp3 format. Every podcast has the format: [1-2 minutes of adverts] [10 second jingle] [Around 14 minutes speech] The 10 second jingle is always exactly ...
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Sound of Magnetism?

I was wondering what that typical hi pitched whine is that usually is used to represent magnetism? I'm looking to make a metal object sound as if its being drawn to another larger one. Any ideas would ...
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Low audio levels with AT875R shotgun microphone. Is this due to missing a preamp/mixer and/or other hardware?

Background: I recently decided to move away from my AT2020 USB microphone and jump on the next tier up— AT875R Shotgun microphone. I like the fact it'll be more directional, won't need to be directly ...
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Converting audio recording to numeric values representing how loud the audio is at a given time

Warning: Complete audio beginner Background: I have audio recordings that were recorded through a mobile device using an app. I need to write a program that takes the audio and finds periods of ...
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Ear training software

I recently discovered trainyourears.com, which is a website for ear training for audio engineers (EQ specifically). The concept is easy; You listen to some modified audio, and you have to tell what ...
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How does the sound recording system in Ottawa airport work?

According to http://business.financialpost.com/fp-tech-desk/microphones-in-ottawa-airport-will-record-travellers-conversations there are microphones in Ottawa airport that in 2012 "will become ...
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29 views

Prevent/diminish plosive hit/popping

I run sound for live speaker events, and have trouble with popping sounds from the breath of the speakers. For the most part, the speakers do a good job of not speaking/breathing directly into the ...
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1answer
37 views

Mechanical acoustic device

Would it be possible to build a purely mechanical device that is capable of generating sounds of alphabet either by compression or blowing? No electronic or electrical parts purely mechanical. We ...
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Making an internal microphone waterproof

I am incredibly new to audio and was wondering if you guys could help me out. I am trying to find a way of keeping an enclosure watertight whilst picking up audio using a digital surface mount ...
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Presonus Audiobox USB 44 VSL + Adobe Audition: Low amplitude

I have an Audiobox44 VSL from Presonus, and I am using Adobe Audition 3.0 . At the Audiobox, I have following configuration: (Mono) port 1 is microphone. The amplitude for port 1 is ~25%, as I ...
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34 views

Use Audacity or other program to deepen voice for skype

I want to be able to deepen my voice for skype, live, but am not sure how to do this. Can someone point me in the right direction?
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Optimum protection a small PA system

I work at a small events venue in Beijing, China, where I organise live concerts for audiences of 20 to 60 people generally. The music itself runs the gamut from quiet singing to small band ...
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i want headphone jacks but only have 2 wire speaker wire ran in wall

Can i make a stereo type plug with only 2 wires or will it only be mono. I have seen pics of the female wall jack that only has 2 wires but is stereo sound.....but unsure if thisbis effective
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Where should dialogue be hitting in dbfs?

I've heard/read lots of different things about where dialogue should be hitting in terms of dbfs for a feature film. (I am mixing 5.1 in a small studio, room calibrated to 79. I know film standard on ...
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Noise / Ground Loop problem with Devine BM 400 Microphone

I recently purchased a Devine BM 400 Condenser Mic, but when plugging it in (XLR -> Audio Interface -> USB) I get a hum at around 50Hz, and some more peaks at 155, 2670, 365, and so on, with smaller ...
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When Listening to Music, Does It Matter Which Way Round I Wear My Headphones?

Because of where the wire is, I generally wear my headphones with the one marked left over my right ear (and the one marked right over my left). Does that matter? I can see how it would for film or ...
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Sound Devices recorder 722: media issue

I have a 722 recorder purchased 3 years ago that I have not used much. I was playing with the settings to get it back in the field when suddenly the "media" led (the one for the internal HD) went ...

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