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Quick and dirty solution: record your MP3 twice, once with a click, once without. Use the version with a click, instead of the drum module's internal click. More technical solution: synchronise your drum module's tempo with your DAW using MIDI.


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That sounds like a plan for delivering gourmet food samples through a ketchup pipeline. Skype and built-in microphones are intended for speech transmission. While today's bandwidths can deliver a lot more, I doubt that Skype is easily persuaded to cater for that, and built-in microphones just don't deliver here. Apart from being bad to position for ...


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WiFi is unlikely, at least not with regard to radio interference: that's rather weak. Mobile phones, however, are pretty strong in that regard. They don't just need to get through to the next few rooms but half across town. That results in seriously stronger potential for interference.


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A vacuum cleaner. True story: a friend of mine used to be an organ tuner. So he was there in a church, doing the final intonation of the registers (that's even after the tuning, making sure that all of a register responds in style and consistently) and all the personnel had been notified of the requirements for absolute silence. So he is working on this ...


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Found a solution : Open Control Panel Go to: Hardware and Sound->Power Options Find your preferred power plan and click “Change plan settings” Click “Change advanced power settings” A dialog box similar to the example in the graphic below will open Find the entry “USB settings” and expand it Expand the entry “USB selective suspend setting” Use the ...


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Reaper is an awesome tool and can do A LOT, so it's a bit overwhelming but in its basic use, it's quite simple, once you know what you're doing. You can find a lot of tutorials and resources on the Internet about this software (because it is inexpensive, a lot of non-professional use it). I like a lot the website Tutorials For Reaper, you can start with ...


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I've been going through the manual and the different settings of the Pod HD and I found out that you can change the output setting, depending on how you use it. My Pod was set on "Combo Front", which is good for amps but not really for direct recording. Changing the output mode to "Studio Direct" improved the sound quality significantly, which solves my ...


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I don't have time for a full-blown answer tonight, but as a user of Reaper myself, I can say that it is certainly capable of doing what you want, though I agree that it can be a tad overwhelming at first. Even after years of use, I certainly don't understand all of its features -- just the ones that I've come to use regularly. I encourage you to stick with ...


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I'm not sharing yo's misgivings. I use a dynamic mic- Shure 58 (others are available!) just like a heck of a lot of other stage vocalists. It's on a boom stand sited on the opposite side of the keys to where I sit/stand.So it points directly at me, as a mic should. It doesn't pick up anything extraneous, and is only switched on when I'm singing. The stage ...


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The answer is: It depends. It depends on your expectations, on the type of music and type of playing you do, what type of piano have you got etc. I don't have so much experience and very likely someone else will come with a better answer, but I'll share my 2 cents worth. You have the following options: a headset: They can do a really good job and ...


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It's possible that the headphone output is voiced to sound that way. If you're recording, try just adjusting your sound based on that instead! You should be able to monitor the sound when your track is armed for recording, so use that get the best sound possible before laying the track down! If you're using a software amp sim in the DAW, then remember you ...


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You can add a multichannel recording card to the desktop computer same way as the high end graphic cards are added (though PCI-Express interface). I know esi-audio MAYA44 XTe can record 4 channels at once and should cost about $200 with software. SSL MadiXtreme 64 can record 64 channels, much more than you need, but already expensive (about $900). If you ...


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Your question is fairly broad, so I'll do my best to cover what I can in general terms. Technology: Firewire is indeed going extinct. It was a proprietary hunk of tech made by Apple and is being replaced by Thunderbolt. If you're looking for non-Apple, the only way to go is USB 2.0 currently. I've heard good things about the Roland M-16DX which would ...



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