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Old 03-21-2010, 03:40 AM
djryno djryno is offline
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Default Command 8 Meter adjustment??

Is there any way to boost the command 8 led meters?

I record and mix pretty low. So, I can't really tell what tracks are playing, when they are playing, just by looking at the board.

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Old 04-02-2010, 09:59 AM
foabiacc foabiacc is offline
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Default Re: Command 8 Meter adjustment??

Is there a reason you record at such low levels? Signal to noise ratio is better when you feed a measurable signal (i.e. visible on the VU meters) to the channel on which you're recording. If it's too loud, try turning down the power amp running your monitors or insert a master fader and pull it down.
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