This comes up once in a while, what happens to my song when I use the normalization setting on the DP24/32?
I had a different video for today, but I had to drop it. I was able to pull something together for today’s video!
Last week I used the eight microphones on the drum set to see how each one sounded, this week, I’m using the for my vocals.
Let me know what you think in the comments below!
The microphones used this week are:
- FIFINE K035
- Realistic PZM
- Pyle PDMICR425L
- Shure SM58
- Realistic Low Bais (Gold)
- Shure SM57
- Pyle PDMIC78
- Behringer B-1
I tackle a question that a lot of people ask. Here are my tips on how to make this work.
This post is a little late (couple of hours or more), but this is my final mix-down of the song on the Tascam Digital PortaStudio. I used the mastering tools found inside the machine, which I find to be amazing!
This is part two, here I show you how to set up the internal effects as external effects to use on already existing recorded tracks.
I’m back at recording! YEAH! I decided to first to a video on how I get more out my Tascam Digital PortaStudio when recording guitar.
As usual, I tried things differently with Rocksmith, I’m running my PS3 into my Tascam Digital Portastudio and run the clean guitar track into the PS3. I’m using Rocksmith’s effects loop to play around with the guitar track to see what kind of sounds I can get.
For the final mixdown of the song, I used my digital Tascam DP32SD, it was an obvious choice to get the best sound possible.
This is the week! Have you finished and released your song? I have and it’ll be available worldwide on Thursday! Can’t wait to send it around!
Today’s video is about doubling vocals. I had someone ask about it so I did a video about it: