After a week off, I’m back starting to look at working on some new songs! Today, I’m talking about using the metronome on the Tascam PortaStudio.
Today, I’m looking at all the connections on the back of the DP24/32, I explain what is different with each one.
I did this as a short video on a Facebook page sometime last year, but the question came up again. So here’s a little more edited version. 🙂
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
This week I’m trying out a contact spray that is safe on plastics which is good because I’m using it on my DP32 which is mostly plastic!
I was asked if I could make up diagrams on how I would go about doing a live recording. You can find the diagrams on my website on the link above. This video gives an explanation of what I was trying to convey in the diagrams.
I noticed today that there was a new firmware on the Tascam site for my DP32SD. I decided that would be a good video to make on how to upgrade your firmware.
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!
I finished the song last week, this week I needed to more the files to the DP32 so I can do the final mastering of the song.