Brian Wright
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Audio Files of Interviews with Overlapping Questions/Responses
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It sounds like they just need to get that fixed prior to sending it to you, either by editing the tracks to not overlap or by doing a better job processing the audio so both sides are intelligible.

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Music but low / intermittent vocals
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Cool question. This is simply due to the fact that the "tip" of the plug is shared between left and right. This is universal to all headphones, I believe. Basically what you're hearing is just the ...

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Irritating high pitched noise filter?
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You want to use an equalizer (EQ). I'm not sure what context you're working in, but an EQ is the tool that's used to "filter frequencies". What you've specifically described is not really possible ...

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Super wet reverbed instrument into a vibrato pedal
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A pedal does one thing well. It doesn't care what audio you put into it, it'll do its thing regardless. As long as the signal is not too loud, you should be fine. Certain frequencies may sound ...

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Condenser Microphone - Constant noise when using Phantom Power
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It sounds like 60-cycle hum. Check that the power source you are using to power the phantom power unit is grounded properly. Try different outlets in your house as well. While it's all hooked up try ...

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Does a 64 OHMS Headphones require an amplifier?
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Given that the headphones are low impedance, I would say, no you do not need to use an amplifier, in fact I would recommend against that as low impedance headphones are more susceptible to "blow-outs" ...

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for field recording(nature/wildlife) use Mono or Stereo XRL- NGT2 into Tascam DR-100mkii?
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First off, you want stereo for "spot" recordings. For that you need at least 2 microphones, so unfortunately your Rode mic does you no good by itself for that application. However, your Tascam has ...

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What is this screeching noise?
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It's the sampled scream that plays in the very beginning. It's pitched up, or rather played through a sampler instrument which would map the sample to multiple notes on the keyboard. It does not ...

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Connecting guitar to mixer and pc
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Everything about your signal chain sounds correct except for the mixer to the pc. It sounds like you want to use your mixer as an interface, in which case you'd want to use the USB to connect to your ...

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