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Re: Your opinion, what is a good way to get into "digital" multi-track audio recording

The Tascams DP-24/32 SD have all you need in one box. The Zooms R16/24 as well and can double as USB interface and control surface to.But the sooner you can get into DAW on your computer the better. You will end up there sooner or later anyways... I use the UAD Apollo but it's not cheap. A friend ha...
by Humble BeeSat Jul 28, 2018 7:50 pm
Forum: Recording: Gear & Techniques Topic: Your opinion, what is a good way to get into "digital" multi-track audio recording Replies: 13 Views: 1124

Re: Headphones for mixing and tracking?

Headphones for tracking should be of the closed back type of course. Especially vocals. And if you want a closeback pair of headphones for mixing it will probably be a bit more expensive. I track with a Shure srh 440 and they are good for that. Have been looking around for a closedback pair for mixi...
by Humble BeeMon Jul 23, 2018 5:51 pm
Forum: Recording: Gear & Techniques Topic: Headphones for mixing and tracking? Replies: 23 Views: 2879

Re: Headphones for mixing and tracking?

I have the AKG K-702 and didn't think the K-712 warranted the price Difference at the time. Very good point - I bought the K712 Pro's because of their 'legendary bass extension', which I I certainly experience and is mighty useful for the music I create, but on a budget I'm sure the K702 have a lar...
by Humble BeeMon Jul 23, 2018 5:32 pm
Forum: Recording: Gear & Techniques Topic: Headphones for mixing and tracking? Replies: 23 Views: 2879

Re: Headphones for mixing and tracking?

I have the AKG K-702 and didn't think the K-712 warranted the price Difference at the time. Put money towards the Sonarworks app and give the headphones time to burn in on the average profile for a couple of hundred hours just to make sure they are stable before sending them to Sonrworks for a custo...
by Humble BeeSun Jul 22, 2018 9:55 pm
Forum: Recording: Gear & Techniques Topic: Headphones for mixing and tracking? Replies: 23 Views: 2879

Akai MPD218 alternative...?

Hello! First post in ten years... I am looking at buying a pad controller and at first the Akai MPD 218 caught my eye but after a bit of research it seams to be plagued by problems with double triggering and such. Can any kind soul recommend me a pad controller that works for finger drums and making...
by Humble BeeWed Jun 20, 2018 12:43 pm
Forum: Keyboards & Synthesis Topic: Akai MPD218 alternative...? Replies: 1 Views: 1257