Today, I’m looking at all the connections on the back of the DP24/32, I explain what is different with each one.
For the last episode of Live Recording (for now), I was able to record a very old (around 200 years) church organ at the last concert until the fall. This was a great opportunity for me since not a lot of people get to record a church organ. Here’s what happened:
This comes up once in a while, what happens to my song when I use the normalization setting on the DP24/32?
I bought a HUE HD Pro web camera to get a better image for doing videos. Here’s a bit of a review, if you are looking to get a larger screen for yourself.
I had a different video for today, but I had to drop it. I was able to pull something together for today’s video!
I’ve been given some great opportunities, this is one of the biggest. I was able to do a live recording of a concert and I used the DP32 for all of it.
Today’s live recording video, I used the Tascam DP008, it was perfect for this project because I only needed two inputs and I didn’t need to mix the signal and send it through a PA system.
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!