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In general, the way you fix this is disconnect EVERYthing so you don't have hum. And one by one, plug stuff in and see when the hum starts. Even if a device isn't ON, it can still cause ground loop interference just due to the ground in the connecting cable. Although disconnecting your ground on the main wall plug MAY get rid of your hum, do NOT do that. ...


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Have you tried mechanically isolating the cabinets,as in resting them on carpet or rubber, rather than putting them on, I suspect, a hard surface which may even be a hollow floor - creating its own soundboard. You say that the hum is still there even when no speaker is connected. This will eliminate a suspect ground loop, which incidentally, shows up as very ...


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As direct software recommendations are of topic, I would suggest to use some ranked lists like the one Wikipedia provides, for instance. Some are free, and even commercial ones often provide free trial versions that work for weeks, so may be enough time to understand if you really like the idea. You do not need anything else just for starting. Any computer ...


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Before you start buying programs, buying equipment and learning the MIDI in's/outs of recording, the best way to start is by reading! This is not an original question, and it therefore can be found solved if all you do is open the door of your local bookstore, tune your mind, not your strings to the right frequency. To answer the only question posed ...


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I use a program called Reason 7 from Propellerhead Software and it is available for both Windows PCs and Mac PCs. It is not free, but the full program can be downloaded and used in Demo mode. It can be used without having any other devices. Over the years, I tried several other programs, but Reason seemed to suit my way of doing things the best due to it's ...



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