Re: Recording Questions

Baldguitardude wrote:
jerome.oneil wrote:

Good news!  Patents on MP3 began to expire in April of this year, so encoders like LAME should be showing up more and more as part of standard audio distributions.   I imagine it will probably be rolled into your operating system soon enough.  Native encoding would rock.

Edit:  The latest Reaper now ships with an MP3 encoder, for example.

No idea what any of this means but I'll remind you that this is a family website. No cussing!

Just in case anything you said translates to profanity. smile

Joking aside, after reviewing my nifty new PA I have discovered that my options are quite limited. Still sticking a mic in a room, but now that room contains a PA that I'm singing through, which is quite helpful for rehearsal.

Joe if you need a multi track  (8 tracks) with rca outs and ins and 1/4 in guitar plugs that you can send a signal to your pa I have one it also has effects (delay,reverb etc.) this would let you plug a mic in and record up to 8 tracks which can be pre mixed and panned left  right  center anywhere you want and you could use a simple Y chord (rca) to send a stereo mix from your pa head to your pc  Audacity program by simply plugging in the mic input. send me an email

"Growing old is not for sissies"

Re: Recording Questions

Baldguitardude wrote:

It's a pretty simple mixer.  Only has one out, not one out per Channel.

If you have FX send/receive on your mixer, you can set one channel (vocal) to "send" on FX1, and the other channel (guitar) to "send" on FX2, then use that as your stereo mix into the computer (or whatever) as left and right tracks, which gives you a rudimentary 2 channel mix .... you'll probably still get some crosstalk, but from your previous posts it sounds like that won't be too much of an issue for you.

HTH!

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My Soundcloud   https://soundcloud.com/neophytte1
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Re: Recording Questions

neophytte wrote:
Baldguitardude wrote:

It's a pretty simple mixer.  Only has one out, not one out per Channel.

If you have FX send/receive on your mixer, you can set one channel (vocal) to "send" on FX1, and the other channel (guitar) to "send" on FX2, then use that as your stereo mix into the computer (or whatever) as left and right tracks, which gives you a rudimentary 2 channel mix .... you'll probably still get some crosstalk, but from your previous posts it sounds like that won't be too much of an issue for you.

HTH!

My mixer is super basic. I have none of that. But thank you very much for the ideas!


BGD

Re: Recording Questions

Baldguitardude wrote:

My mixer is super basic. I have none of that. But thank you very much for the ideas!

What make/model is it??

-[ Musician, writer, guitarist, poor singer ]-
My songs             http://neophytte.mine.nu/audio/
My Soundcloud   https://soundcloud.com/neophytte1
My YouTube         https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHnDpTAPTUE&list=PLhpGn51pPqN6q8kmuORnuWcAXRF1_b1zV