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    If you are going to use software try amp farm...

    If you are going to use software try amp farm or sans amp. A nice trick is to amp farm it twice.

    I think amp farm can sound better than a small amp at low volume but can't compare to a big rig...
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    To record guitars .... a good guitarist , a good...

    To record guitars .... a good guitarist , a good guitar , a good head and big cab. One SM57 mic , track 4 times. No EQ , a smidgen of compression. Result ... big sound , tight as hell.
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    Don't compress your mix before sending it to a...

    Don't compress your mix before sending it to a mastering house. They will do a better job , but can't undo what you have done.

    Don't redline digital meters. Their response is not accurate enough...
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    Yes and no. No as what has been thrown away as...

    Yes and no. No as what has been thrown away as data can never be regained. Yes there is software which inteligently converts MP3s to wavs , and generates the information thrown away by means of a...
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    For being able to stream across a narrow band...

    For being able to stream across a narrow band connection , taking net congestion into consideration you want to be getting the bit rate down to around 20kbps. 32kbps is likely to stop for bufferring....
  6. VITC is striped verticaly on the digital tape and...

    VITC is striped verticaly on the digital tape and is a timing reference for the player itself. For its clock counter and internal reference. Without this it would have no way of knowing where it was....
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    Compression acts on the amplitude of a signal ,...

    Compression acts on the amplitude of a signal , so if you boost certain frequencies above the rest , its action will be tailored by those frequencies.

    Compression has the effect of squashing the...
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    The generally accepted norm is to EQ after...

    The generally accepted norm is to EQ after compression. You EQ before compression in order to tailor the way a compressor acts.
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    Surely there is better things to do with your...

    Surely there is better things to do with your time ... like hanging in the park , watching girls pass by.
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    Beyer DT150s 115 .

    Beyer DT150s 115 .
  11. SMPTE is LTC ( longitudinal timecode ) , VITC is...

    SMPTE is LTC ( longitudinal timecode ) , VITC is vertical integrated timecode and is what you have on DAT recorders and VHS cassettes , and give the timing reference for the clock counter.
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    Panning two seperate sounds slightly out from...

    Panning two seperate sounds slightly out from center , can help seperate their focus and make them individually clear. Same panning will help the sounds blend and sit together , depends on your...
  13. Thread: Clean Sound

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    It could be bexause you are recording ( live...

    It could be bexause you are recording ( live stuff ) and listenning to it in the same room. The errors of your room will be squared ( ie room sound ^ 2 ). This is one reason studios have seperate...
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    FM synthesis works on the principle of sum and...

    FM synthesis works on the principle of sum and difference tones , and every single frequency produces sideband frequencies , that react with other frequencies ... this produces the unwanted ringing...
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    Bear in mind you cannot hear a 3 Hz oscilation....

    Bear in mind you cannot hear a 3 Hz oscilation. You can only hear the results of its existence in the two tones producing it.
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    Try panning the dry signal left and the reverb...

    Try panning the dry signal left and the reverb mono return right. This is an old skool technique. It is also possible to send a stereo panned feed to a reverb by use of a stereo aux or carefull...
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    No it is generally better to use mono. To many...

    No it is generally better to use mono. To many stereo tracks cloud up the stereo image and make everything unfocused. By keeping things mono you can make the stereo image more defined and interactive...
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    You can create sub bass tones out of sum and...

    You can create sub bass tones out of sum and difference tones. If you take a 100Hz sine wave and a 120 Hz sine wave the beat frequency between them will be 20 Hz.

    This is a usefull technique as...
  19. Thread: mastering house

    by RobinH
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    Wrong End . Maybee the Townhouse has a franchise...

    Wrong End . Maybee the Townhouse has a franchise on it but the buildings are nowhere near each other.

    Heathmans is good and reasonably priced , Exchange is expensive but very good. Particularly an...
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    No it is much more complicated. It is a dynamic...

    No it is much more complicated. It is a dynamic process based on the program material.

    Dithering is the addition of a random noise to mask the low amplitude resolution stepping that occurs in...
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