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Started by dsanchez, March 05, 2007, 16:44:18
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Quote from: lostflower4 on August 31, 2007, 21:30:03Well, now you're getting me worried. Ok, here's something from a recording of mine. The beginning part is probably about the closest to silence you'll ever hear at a rock concert.http://www.imaginary-lemurs.com/samples/10%20You've%20Got%20Another%20Thing%20Comin'.mp3Mind you, there are still people rustling about and even some motorcyles in the background â€" but even if I'm trying to hear some bad hiss on purpose, it's just not there.And you can see this absolutely couldn't be a problem when the music starts.(I know, this is the kind of music that all Cure fans love...)
Quote from: j on September 07, 2007, 16:13:04Unless of course, his name is actually replacement.
Quote from: bbernardini on May 10, 2008, 19:28:54Anybody have any thoughts on the proper input level to use when recording a loud rock show with the Edirol R-09 internal mics?
Quote from: bbernardini on May 10, 2008, 19:56:35Well, I already have access to these:http://www.soundprofessionals.com/cgi-bin/gold/item/SP-CMC-19and a battery box. Do you think those would be better than the R-09 internals?
Quote from: bbernardini on May 10, 2008, 20:08:35I did record a Broadway show with those external mics, but the level was very low, and there was a significant hum. However, I think I only had the input level set to 11 or 12, which I'm guessing wasn't enough.
Quote from: bbernardini on May 10, 2008, 21:38:00Thanks for the advice! The question remains, though...what's a safe input level? Much like that infomercial, I'd like to "set it and forget it."