Audio interface for a studio where everyone has their own headphones
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by /u/Dizzy_Bar_7127
5M ago
Hey, I'm looking for an audio interface with: -3 AUX inputs (Two guitars, one bass) -2 XMR inputs (Two microphones) -6 AUX outputs (These would be for headphones, as I would like everyone in the studio to be able to wear their own pair of headphones) -1 output to studio monitors Preferrably, all the inputs and outputs should have individually adjustable gain. Any tips on how to set this up? submitted by /u/Dizzy_Bar_7127 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Studio
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by /u/PieUnusual9704
5M ago
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Are there any companies that will design and build a studio for you? How much do they charge?
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by /u/Timedoutsob
5M ago
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Recording Equipment
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by /u/Negative-Customer957
5M ago
Hi, my name is Tre. I was wondering if anyone knows what microphones are best for recording music and what computers are best for supporting all DAWs? submitted by /u/Negative-Customer957 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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How would you set up this unfinished room?
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by /u/MSTR_BT
5M ago
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Is this a good set up for a beginner?
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by /u/imakestufffffff
5M ago
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Inside of windows foggy
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by /u/SvedishBotski
5M ago
Hoping someone has found a solution to this sort of problem. Pro studio was built about 4 years ago. Large multi-paned windows separate the rooms. They're beginning to get foggy on the inside. There is no access to the inside panes. I can't see a way to fix this, and it's just getting slowly worse and worse. Drill a hole for some dessicant packs? Or somehow get a magnetic squeegee in there? Disassemble the entire thing and just clean it? What's the move here? submitted by /u/SvedishBotski [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Hey Gang ! Needing help to identify the elements of a set up I saw in a documentary
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by /u/Zoso-Phoenix
5M ago
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A budget-friendly headphone amp that can output 250 ohm impedance or more?
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by /u/KnewAgedMancHind
5M ago
My focusrite 2i4 doesn't power the recent Beyerdynamic 770 PRO 250 ohm headphones I just purchased. I see this as an opportunity to get a headphone amp, with multiple outputs hopefully, so that I can have a few headphones plugged in and at my disposal to listen through. Does anybody have recommendations for a cheap, cheerful, and functional headphone amp that I can use? Thanks in advance submitted by /u/KnewAgedMancHind [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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[Troubleshooting] Getting around latency when monitoring on an older PC
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by /u/thetortureneverstops
5M ago
I have a Line 6 POD X3 which I'm very happy with, but I get a little more latency than I like when just jamming direct to PC. I was thinking about sending the output to a small mixer along side my computer's sound out and just plugging my computer speakers into that when I want to play along to a track. I could move the tracks in Cakewalk to align correctly after the fact. Does this make sense? submitted by /u/thetortureneverstops [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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