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Comment by Roy P. Cunningham on May 22, 2008 at 12:06am
Howdy All... I have a CAD M9 and an M Audio "Luna" going through a Delta 1010 or a Mackie Onyx Satellite... that goes straight to tone of three workstations into either Adobe Audition3 or SONAR 7 (primarily) I also work with ACID Pro6 from time to time but not as much as I used to... from there I play "fun games" with Waves plugs and the VC64 and Lexicon Pantheon and some 100 or so various effects as the mood strikes...

On the laptop I bought a Lexicon Alpha... YEAH! a $99 Alpha. No phantom, two ins /out bare bones... it is as clean a baby's... UGHG never mind that one... it's not noisy at all and the quality is a lot more than I expected... I'm running Vista and SONAR 7 on the laptop. It's a Dell T7500 w 4gb RAM
Comment by Eric Morgan on May 21, 2008 at 10:31am
I am not a technical idiot, in other words, I do know how to hook things up and know their purpose. However, I do have questions regarding settings, and if a certain piece of equipment will work properly with my setup. I have an AT4040 mic, an ART tube pre, as well as an M audio solid state pre. I recently came into an Orban compressor/limiter. My question is, what if I hook the Orban in with my ART tube pre? The problem with that particular pre is too much hiss. I have tried everything as far as input/output and can't get rid of the hiss. I know for sure it is not my cables and I don't have the hiss problem with the M audio pre. Soooooo, by running the Art tube pre into the Orban compressor/limiter, will that work? If so, are there any suggestions on threshold settings etc.. I will run as low of compression as possible, and I already know..fast attack/slow release. Any help here? Thanks.

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Comment by George "Apollo" Fetherbay on May 20, 2008 at 9:05am
Neumann TLM 103 into a 528E then thru an Aphex 204 into the board.
Comment by Lee Kanne on May 20, 2008 at 2:17am
"The SSL plugs are really sweet"...
Jason

any SSL presets or setting you'd care to share? My Waves faves are RennVox, RennEQ, RennComp, L1, and the API bundle...I've got a few
presets for these is anyone is interested
Comment by John Weeks on May 20, 2008 at 1:08am
Hi James,
Could we get a file with the DBX so we can compare the two?
Comment by James Anthony on May 19, 2008 at 2:48pm
Here is a test audio file .....without the DBX vocal strip ...just the pre into the sound card


Download James Anthony - TESTING
Comment by James Anthony on May 19, 2008 at 12:44pm
TLM 103 to TL audio Dual Valve pre to Layla 24 Sound Card to Computer with WIn XP using Adobe AuditionV3.0...
PROBLEM>>>I bought a dbx vocal strip and I can't decide if I should use the TL audio pre out to a DBX vocal strip (line in) and just bypass the pre on the DBX...anyone else use the DBX?
Comment by Bobbin Beam on May 19, 2008 at 11:20am
Hi Everyone
I received notice of a post on Gearheads of Todd Jones' query on the Microport Pro. Once I got to Gearheads I couldn't find the post, so I am writing here to reply. I do have one and it is really a great tool for me, especially when I need to use my regular mic (Rode or Neumann) and not my USB (Samson C01U)- while travelling.
Hope this helps.
Best,
Bobbin Beam, Voice Actress
Comment by Jason LeBlanc on May 16, 2008 at 1:23pm
Good post David...I love my 414...wish I still had the 3035. I've found out though that knowing how to "turn the knobs 'till it sounds good" is a still a very valid thing to understand. Meters are a great reference point....aaaah but ears...now that's some impressive technology...
Give me a high level pro and he/she can make 2 cans and some string good...Love my Merc bundle as well...The SSL plugs are really sweet. And the Ren6...still a fave...
Jason
Comment by David at Voice Coaches on May 13, 2008 at 9:12pm
Great Group!
Depending on the Voice Actor it could be the 103, a 3035, a 414, or an SM7B. On the road I get in through a MOTU 828, or a rack of 8 Pre's. Here I come in through a Langevin DVC, sometimes add more compression with a Manley Elop, and will sometimes EQ going in with a GML 8200. We go a to d through a digi 192 clocked to an apogee Big Ben. The PT system is HD3 with Waves Merc. Personally love the Ren 6. On the other hand, I did a session for a national client on the road with an M-Audio Fast Track and a KSM32. Gotta make it work!

David at Voice Coaches
 

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