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dee-jays [ digital multi-track recorders] S.O.S.

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by One_in_Ten, Jul 1, 2003.

  1. One_in_Ten

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    dee-jays [ digital multi-track recorders] S.O.S.

    Discussion started by One_in_Ten - Jul 1, 2003

    Okay so i need to get some sort of digital multi-track recorder to make better cds.

    really its just an excuse to buy a new toy.

    heres the problem, even with the same needle
    all my mixes end up with loud and soft ares i need to be able to even it out.


    suggestions?
     
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  2. metallix

    metallix 12oz Elite Member

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    metallix - Replied Jul 1, 2003

    it is called normalization. have a nice day. =)

    (no annoyance intended)
     
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  3. One_in_Ten

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    One_in_Ten - Replied Jul 1, 2003

    im not a big fan of that Procedure.

    if it anoys you so, why even respond?
     
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    D3N53one - Replied Jul 1, 2003

    software is where its at.
     
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    One_in_Ten - Replied Jul 1, 2003

    what software? there will need to be some sort of
    hardware. to allow two signals into my computer?
     
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  6. casekonly

    casekonly 12oz Veteran Member

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    casekonly - Replied Jul 1, 2003

    yo, umm..pro-tools...as far as software. if you can't afford that, i suggest sonic foundry sound forge 6...
    as far as hardware, check out turtle beach. they have a great line of soundcards.

    fruity tracks is another great piece of software....plug for fruity loops...i used this shit in the production of mariah carey's last album

















































    i'm joking about mariah carey.
     
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  7. dosoner

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    dosoner - Replied Jul 1, 2003

    are you using shitty needles? iv never had that problem.

    if you want a cheap digital multi track recorder, just use a wav program and run a line stright out of your mixer into the input of your sound cord and record it into a wav file, then mix it all together with acid or somthing. thats what i would do, but im not trying to make anything crazy and im fine recording straight to wav files, and using the level indicators and volume faders to keep the levels even
     
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    vestaxboggie - Replied Jul 1, 2003

    if you like softwear. get pro tools, acid pro, cool edit pro. or something like that. got to a search engine and type multitracking sharewear, you will find a bunch of programs that will do what you want. i use cool edit pro and it has an option to equalize tracks. i imagine that would take care of the problem you have
    if you like hardwear:idea: cheack out some boss recorders. you can get a dope digital multitrack recorder for like 300
    um..... do you relize how fucking hard it would be to realign all of the tracks in perfect time. almost imposible
     
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    dosoner - Replied Jul 1, 2003

    i guess i missunderstood the question, i though he was having a problem keeping the sound at a constant level?
     
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    One_in_Ten - Replied Jul 1, 2003

    there is a level problem. But i get 60 minutes of records then mix it in one shot so i need to record it all at once.





    thanks or th ideas so far.

    ill look in to the boss recorders.

    the normalize: wont that take Legitimately soft sound areas amd make the volume the same as a loud area?
     
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  11. Can you sign my book???

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    Can you sign my book??? - Replied Jul 2, 2003

    I would save up and get pro tools...My broke ass did...And I know what you are talking about with the levels being off...My advice would be to know the all the levels of the records before recording, and adjust before you mix...Plus in Pro tools there are all types of mixing features to help with sound...Plus you can use effects on voice overs and what not...The Mbox runs about 500...Well worth it...You need a pretty good computer with good memory...I got a G4 and needed extra memory, and I need to get more because the files take up mucho space...I dont know about any digital recorders though.....
     
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    One_in_Ten - Replied Jul 2, 2003

    how many inputs do you have? does it come with a sound card with mulitple ins or what?
     
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  13. BROWNer

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    BROWNer - Replied Jul 2, 2003

    fuck buying protools when you can get a
    basic FREE version here: www.hitsquad.com/smm

    go there, then pick what platform you use, then
    go to 'audio recorders' or maybe 'editors' and there
    is a free, basic version of protools there. you get
    pretty much all you need unless you're some fucking
    bob rock kind of turd producing the next eagles album.
     
  14. serum

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    serum - Replied Jul 2, 2003

    forget software what about the gain knob have you tried that yet?
     
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  15. TEARZ

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    TEARZ - Replied Jul 2, 2003

    haha, serum, honestly i was gonna write that... the gain does well for me. if you know your records, and punch in your mix 1st through your headphones, you're usually good. but maybe there's some other circumstances at work here...