How do you automatically set the perfect gain every time? The EVO 4 audio interface can do this for you automatically.[Read more…] about EVO 4 Audio Interface Review: Gain Staging Magic from Audient
The MixPre series from Sound Devices* is my favorite, sub $1000, audio recorder and interface. As you’ll read below, it has many advantages over other recorders in this class (Zoom H6, Tascam DR60DmkII, etc.) Of course that is built into the price but the return is worth it IMO.[Read more…] about Does the MixPre need a Fethead or Cloudlifter?
Have you thought about getting the *Shure SM7B? Does it seem like every podcaster is using this microphone or saving up to buy one? On this episode you’ll hear the SM7B, learn some of its history and why it’s an industry standard and a podcasting favorite. Why did I buy this microphone and should you get one? Let’s dive into the SM7B and find out why I think it’s the most used microphone in podcasting.[Read more…] about 103: THE SM7B – Popularity, Noise, & First Mics
How do you use a multichannel audio interface with Skype and other VOIP apps so you can include more than one microphone when many only accept a single channel of audio? Use a free app to create a mono input![Read more…] about Solved! Using A Multichannel Audio Interface with Skype
Does your mixer output multitrack audio via USB? No. Does it have insert channels? If so, you can still get multichannel out!
On any mixer, you can get two, separated tracks (max) by hard panning left and right.[Read more…] about Insert Channels for Multitrack Output from an Analog Audio Mixer
Can you record two separate audio channels on any mixer? Yes, you can get 2 separated tracks by panning two channels of a stereo mix.
Most mixers don’t record true multitrack audio, that is, they don’t send each of the individual inputs out to software (typically via USB) so that you can record each audio channel onto its own track.[Read more…] about How to Record 2 Separate Channels on Any Mixer