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- Tue Nov 12, 2019 9:55 am
- Forum: Noise
- Topic: petition #2 for the deletion of WhiteWarlock from this forum
- Replies: 190
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This thread belongs in "Stupid."
Depending on how I feel, I use either a Zoom R16, or a Focusrite Scarlet 18i20. There's a cheaper version of the Zoom, the R8. They can be used as live mixers as well as recorders, so it's like a two-in-one deal. On the actual micing / recording side, I dunno what's readily available to you, so I'll...
It's a "Killswitch" box. Usually people just make them themselves, because it's just two 1/4" sockets with a button between them to turn the sound on or off depending on the wiring. I do recommend you make one yourself instead of buying one, it'd probably the handiest way to learn how to solder if y...
- Fri Aug 16, 2019 10:59 am
- Forum: Gear
- Topic: How to make feedback/vocals on a live set
- Replies: 14
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It depends on the mic', I guess. Dunno what gear you have for yourself or the venue has to offer, but you can get microphones with 1/4" plugs which will be better than using an XLR to 1/4". Less shit to worry about and potentially lose / get stolen. Generally, it goes: mic' > pedals > your mixer > h...
I'm going to build myself a case to house rackstuff for a project I've been working on, which I've been accumulating specific gear for. There's only a couple of bits left I need to complete my planned set up. So, if anyone has an MAM MB33 Mark II they're willing to sell for under 200 Euro, let me kn...
Yeah, it's the E6400 Ultra, but without the QWERTY keyboard thingy or the extra outputs. I'm gonna buy a SCSI2SD doo-dah, at any rate, and just dump a bunch of stuff on it, perhaps make a thing to hold it so I can access the SD without opening the unit. To be honest, I can't see myself using the Mun...