For those of you who are running the 286 in your audio chain and are uncertain about setting it up, here is what I did. First of all let me say that I have purchased a great amount of equipment from John Lynch at www.bswusa.com
. After being concerned with my settings I called John and he referred me to BSW's chief technical engineer who spent a good thirty minutes on the phone with me walking me through the setup. We started by zeroing out all of the controls and he talked me through each setting one at a time. Needless to say, I was very happy with the results and that act of kindness will result in my loyalty to John and the BSWUSA company.
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My blues musician nephew says that dry winter air and no air circulation in the booth will cause a TLM 103 to pop during recordings. His suggestion by trial and error is to place a wet towel or two in the booth to add a little moisture to the air.
George at ElDorado Recording Services sent me a page from the M-Audio Project Mix web site on software and PC setups which is also helpful or at least looking at if you are using the Project Mix control system.