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Old 06-12-2001, 08:19 AM
Voxvendor Voxvendor is offline
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Default Rec Vocals

When I hook up any mike to the mic/line 1 input on the front of my 001 breakout box.... I get this sort of Muffled sound, like singing into a mic, while your hand is over it. This happens when recording and onitoring, and is still present on Playback..Im using an Audio Technica 4033, so I know it's not the mic..... It works perfectly with my regular setup.. (ADATS and mackie 32/8)....I have been correcting this problem with EQ, but there has to be a way to fix this problem from the source......

Any help is appreciated

(I also tried an SM57, and same thing!)

Other then this problem, everything is awesome, and running well!

Joe
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Old 06-12-2001, 10:11 AM
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Default Re: Rec Vocals

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Originally posted by Voxvendor:
When I hook up any mike to the mic/line 1 input on the front of my 001 breakout box....

Does it do the same thing on Mic 2?
If it behaves differently on 2, then
it must be for sure something wrong
with the pre-amp hardware.

Dave
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Old 06-12-2001, 10:17 AM
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Default Re: Rec Vocals

Hey, you sound like you know more than me, but my R0de NT1's do this if the vocal comes from the rear. I assume what you're hearing is not some sort of silly mistake because the 4033 isn't well marked or something.

Have you tried low latency monitoring and listenign through headphones? This supposedly guartees no effect insertion and should be raw mic signals.

Mark
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Old 06-12-2001, 11:45 AM
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I will experiment tonight with the other input...

No, it's not the mike backwards...(Already thought of that...

Thanks for the insight, and I will get back to you tommorow, with the "test" results..
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Old 06-13-2001, 06:02 AM
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All is well!......I think my ears were just burned, cause I went home last night, and she sounds great.....

Also

Im a new user, and Im probably used to tracking with a bit of eq, but now Im doing it just flat in PT,,,,,

Thanks for your suggestions.
Joe
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