Johannes
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Curious loudspeaker in church
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Sounds like a leslie speaker/cabinet. It essentially creates a tremolo effect by rotating the speaker. There is lots of info online about these, so just the term should give you a good place to start ...

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Looking for a vocal effects pedal to improve vocals
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I own TC-Helicon's VoiceLive2, which pretty much has all of their smaller boxes wrapped up into a single unit. I'll admit it's a little pricey, and you probably won't use all the features (unless you'...

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Microphone catching only my voice in a noisy room
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This pretty much comes down to microphone polar patterns, you can read more about it here: Polar Patterns. Also, condenser microphones are more sensitive than dynamic microphones. You can read more ...

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Why does my piano sound so tinny and far away?
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When you say you are using stereo out, I assume you are connecting the keyboard to two separate channels on your interface. Did you pan the two channels hard left and right? If not, you would only be ...

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Fix for terrible "Hard Drive Noise" Audio Interference?
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Have you considered investing in a power conditioner? They are used in most studios and also live venues. It's basically like a rack mounted power bar, but it does so much more than just basic surge ...

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What is a good way to connect an analog soundboard to a computer?
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You can use the "record outputs" on your mixer which are RCA left and right (stereo) outputs, and connect them to a USB interface. Something like this interface would be all you need. The difference ...

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Laptop -> Audio Interface -> Studio Monitors
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Just to clarify, I believe you are saying that you have a laptop, and a USB audio interface that goes from USB to a pair of 1/4" balanced outputs (TRS). You are now about to buy some monitors and want ...

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Converting DI signal to analog to record from an amp
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I have great news for you! What you are trying to do (re-amping) is actually very common in the recording world, and there are boxes specifically designed for this purpose. Radial makes a great re-...

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Sync projects with remote NAS
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I have a "recording" folder on my HomeComputer and a "recording" folder on my StudioComputer, and I wanted these working folders to stay in sync, similar to dropbox or google drive. The folders ...

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Should I keep the songs of the same album similar to each other?
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I think you will find that there is no definitive answer to this question, but I'll throw in my 2 cents worth. First of all, you as an artist have some core decisions to make. What songs belong on the ...

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How to make your voice sound like another persons voice?
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One of the most common plugins used for voice transformation would be a pitch shifter. You can usually find one included in most DAW software (Logic, ProTools, GarageBand, etc). When used tastefully ...

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How to connect a digital Piano and a PC to the same wireless headset?
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First of all, we need to get audio running from your digital piano into the computer. This means you need an interface. Here's a link for a very basic one that's also pretty easy on the wallet: http:/...

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Focusrite Scarlett 2i4 to my Bass Amp. How to connect?
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I like the idea, but you will want to keep impedance in mind. The thing to remember here is that your bass is outputting an instrument level signal, and your bass amp is designed to handle that signal....

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Want to record multi track at home pc
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As the previous answer already stated, you will need both an audio interface, and a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation), but I'll expand on this a little to get you started in the right direction so you ...

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mixing bass issues
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Here are a couple of options that first come to mind: Keep the bass track empty of plugins and do some custom volume automation. Basically you will just automate the volume to increase for the A2 ...

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What would be the best "egg-carton" acoustic treatment method?
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I considered doing something like this at one time, but after much reading I decided it probably wasn't a good idea to use egg cartons, and instead ended up with something a little more professional (...

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How does direct monitoring work with a directly plugged in guitar in the Scarlett Solo?
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You are correct. Using a software amp will introduce a degree of latency. It may not be very noticeable in an empty recording project, but as you record more tracks, and use more software instruments ...

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How to prevent PA system from sound interference
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Have you considered using a power conditioner? Check out my answer here for an explanation: Fix for terrible "Hard Drive Noise" Audio Interference?

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