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Re: Setting up your PC for Recording
« Reply #1150 on: April 24, 2013, 07:08:38 PM »
saan makikita yun? sa global setting nakalagay lang combo amp, stack etc tsaka direct. nagtry din ako sa audacity, ok pag dry signal. pero pag may effects kahit delay lang medyo sabog yung tunog

Ayun bro gamitin mo yun DIRECT. Solve na yan.  :-)

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« Reply #1151 on: April 24, 2013, 07:40:02 PM »
Ayun bro gamitin mo yun DIRECT. Solve na yan.  :-)

tried it. still sounds utot  :cry:. gusto ko kasi yung parang ganito yung clarity

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« Reply #1152 on: April 24, 2013, 08:34:29 PM »
naka on na yung amp simulator?

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« Reply #1153 on: April 24, 2013, 09:08:46 PM »
naka on na yung amp simulator?


yep. yung feedback ang isa pang nakakapikon. di ko alam kung saan ang source. palagay ko ang culprit is my crappy single coil pups. i have to turn on the noise gate on my g3. another is the clicks and scratchy sound while recording

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« Reply #1154 on: April 25, 2013, 12:07:45 AM »
bale ang playback ay nasa amp ko rin. kumapal yung tunog tapos napuputol putol, stutter at screech sound. ganyan sa reaper at fl studio


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« Reply #1155 on: April 25, 2013, 11:14:12 AM »
bale ang playback ay nasa amp ko rin. kumapal yung tunog tapos napuputol putol, stutter at screech sound. ganyan sa reaper at fl studio

Are you on ASIO?  Try to install asio4all to fix latency issues.

If you have amp simulator on and your output is still your amp, it wouldn't sound right.

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« Reply #1156 on: April 25, 2013, 12:36:37 PM »
Are you on ASIO?  Try to install asio4all to fix latency issues.

If you have amp simulator on and your output is still your amp, it wouldn't sound right.

Yep im running asio4all. Sa amp ang playback ko. Bakit sir anong mayroon pag output ay amp?

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« Reply #1157 on: April 28, 2013, 06:18:34 PM »
Hi,

I have a question about guitar rig since I was able to re-install it. Alike pod farm, can I use GR to record directly to my daw?

I mean, GR output goes directly to DAW, I tried earlier but the audio driver stops on the DAW while I have GR on stand alone mode.


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« Reply #1158 on: April 28, 2013, 06:30:17 PM »
Hi,

I have a question about guitar rig since I was able to re-install it. Alike pod farm, can I use GR to record directly to my daw?

I mean, GR output goes directly to DAW, I tried earlier but the audio driver stops on the DAW while I have GR on stand alone mode.

Ang alam ko bro pwedeng gawing vst plugin yung gr

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« Reply #1159 on: April 28, 2013, 06:32:44 PM »
Ang alam ko bro pwedeng gawing vst plugin yung gr

Ganun yung standard set up nya e, pero matakaw sa CPU and RAM.
Then, iba-iba yung console for each track kaya medjo nahihirapan ako.

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« Reply #1160 on: April 28, 2013, 06:35:25 PM »
Ganun yung standard set up nya e, pero matakaw sa CPU and RAM.
Then, iba-iba yung console for each track kaya medjo nahihirapan ako.

Matakaw talaga sa ram yan bro & cpu yan bro. Pwede mo siguro gawin taasan mo yung buffer size pero magkakaroon ka naman ng latency issues. Ano bang gamit mong interface?

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« Reply #1161 on: April 28, 2013, 06:38:23 PM »
Matakaw talaga sa ram yan bro & cpu yan bro. Pwede mo siguro gawin taasan mo yung buffer size pero magkakaroon ka naman ng latency issues. Ano bang gamit mong interface?

Toneport ux1 bro. Ayaw ko naman ioff yung input monitoring kasi wala rin ako maririnig nun. Tried to use google, pero puro trolling nababasa ko.haha.


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« Reply #1162 on: April 28, 2013, 07:05:06 PM »
Toneport ux1 bro. Ayaw ko naman ioff yung input monitoring kasi wala rin ako maririnig nun. Tried to use google, pero puro trolling nababasa ko.haha.

Sa akin naman bro usually naka-off yung input monitoring tapos pakinggan ko nlang yung tunog ng effect ng plugin sa playback.

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« Reply #1163 on: May 01, 2013, 01:23:26 AM »
Hi, please help me naman I just bought Samson Co1u, and expecting to get lower white noise or hiss sound but then malakas padin siya.

If SIngle Track lang Record ko, i.e: One track Guitar, another track voice naeedit yung white noise using Reafir plug-ins on Reaper but then pag One Track at vocals with acoustic guitar, nadadamay yung Acoustic Guitar Sound sa paglinis.

 Any way po kaya na mapababa or ma-eliminate yung White Noise ng Samson Co1u ko? I mostly record first with webcam while naka plug yung Co1u ine-edit ko nalang yung sound ng video at nilalagay ko yung sound from CO1U kaso nga problem ko pag sabay recording ng vocals at Guitar nadedegrade din yung Guitar Sound Yung vocals lang nalilinis...

Im recording with low input volume from Co1u around 10, I just edit the sound and increase it volume nalang pero ganun padin malakas padin yung White Noise...
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« Reply #1164 on: May 01, 2013, 04:50:44 PM »
Im recording with low input volume from Co1u around 10, I just edit the sound and increase it volume nalang pero ganun padin malakas padin yung White Noise...

Every audio equipment has a degree of noise present. It's just that the more expensive gear are usually designed so that their noisefloor is considerably lower that a majority of consumer equipment.

In most cases, when recording, it is advisable to record at a level that defeats this inherent noise. When audio is recorded at low levels, any gain added afterwards will only increase that inherent noise. Increase your input gain so that you are within -6 to -12 dB of the highest possible peak. This will ensure that any gain increase afterwards will result in minimal noise amplification.

The downside to recording at high levels is that every single squeak, creak, hum, bump and even breathing is also captured. That's why most studios make an effort to control these unwanted sounds, although in some cases, these can add to the character of a recording.
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« Reply #1165 on: May 02, 2013, 07:29:58 PM »
Every audio equipment has a degree of noise present. It's just that the more expensive gear are usually designed so that their noisefloor is considerably lower that a majority of consumer equipment.

In most cases, when recording, it is advisable to record at a level that defeats this inherent noise. When audio is recorded at low levels, any gain added afterwards will only increase that inherent noise. Increase your input gain so that you are within -6 to -12 dB of the highest possible peak. This will ensure that any gain increase afterwards will result in minimal noise amplification.

The downside to recording at high levels is that every single squeak, creak, hum, bump and even breathing is also captured. That's why most studios make an effort to control these unwanted sounds, although in some cases, these can add to the character of a recording.

Thanks Sir KitC, mas ok na po yung recording ko now using Samsom Co1U NIlaksan ko yung input niya make it 50 hehehe, then yung white noise nandun padin pero na-lilinis naman po sa Reaper using ReaFir plug in. Thanks po ulit...
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Re: Setting up your PC for Recording
« Reply #1166 on: May 13, 2013, 01:27:35 PM »
Hello! Newbie at recording here :)

I have tried the Behringer USB guitar link (sounds ngongo to me), and Fender Mustang Amp 1 (cant make distortion sounds good).

Not happy with both :) I'd just like to ask which cheap audio interface do you use?

Need to record some guitar parts at home for our album so I'm seriously looking for decent audio interface that wont ruin it haha

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« Reply #1167 on: May 13, 2013, 02:24:23 PM »
Hello! Newbie at recording here :)

I have tried the Behringer USB guitar link (sounds ngongo to me), and Fender Mustang Amp 1 (cant make distortion sounds good).

Not happy with both :) I'd just like to ask which cheap audio interface do you use?

Need to record some guitar parts at home for our album so I'm seriously looking for decent audio interface that wont ruin it haha

sound like beh-nigger ba?hehe

you can try the vox amplug or the line6 stuff. could like 4k below.

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« Reply #1168 on: May 13, 2013, 02:33:18 PM »
sound like beh-nigger ba?hehe

you can try the vox amplug or the line6 stuff. could like 4k below.

+1 sa Vox amplug. +5 sa Line6 stuff

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« Reply #1169 on: May 13, 2013, 02:44:20 PM »
Need to record some guitar parts at home for our album so I'm seriously looking for decent audio interface that wont ruin it haha

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Re: Setting up your PC for Recording
« Reply #1170 on: May 16, 2013, 09:50:10 PM »
Gud pm mga sirs ..newbie here

Ask lang po ako...
im Planning to sell my Laptop usually i use for studying..

Specs: intel i5 4 cores 2.66ghz
            8 gb ram
            500 gb HDD
            1 gb Vid Card

I use Protools Le 8.. and T-racks  plugins..
kaso pag 40+ tracks na po pataas aguy.. kinakapos na system ko..

1.ok lang ba na ung buffer size ko eh 2046 na? since im not recording naman mixing lang
2. will SSD Drive advisable for an upgrade?
3. Ok lang ba mag AMD? mura kasi compare sa i7
im planning to sell my unit and other stuff just to get an upgrade eto po nirecommend sakin..


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« Reply #1171 on: May 16, 2013, 10:03:17 PM »

1.ok lang ba na ung buffer size ko eh 2046 na? since im not recording naman mixing lang


Bro sobrang malaking improvement kung gagawin mo yan!

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Re: Setting up your PC for Recording
« Reply #1172 on: May 16, 2013, 10:15:37 PM »
@xelly

thanks for the reply..it helps..
kaso after ilang minutes of playback..talagang hinihika na..
thats why decided to sell my unit and stuff and save..

pero wala ba downside un since mixing lang naman..
di naman ako nag rerecord eh...  :


iniisip ko rin ung disk me factor din..
i wonder if SSD drive will really help

I opted for laptop kasi ..mas tipid sa kuryente..
kaso pag intensive na pala ung load di na kaya..


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« Reply #1173 on: May 16, 2013, 10:54:08 PM »


pero wala ba downside un since mixing lang naman..
di naman ako nag rerecord eh...  :



latency ang downside bro kung lalakihan yung buffer size. Pero kung mixing na naman sabay2x na delayed lahat kaya hindi na pansin ang latency unlike sa recording na may latency lahat maliban sa nirerecord na audio. :-)

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Re: Setting up your PC for Recording
« Reply #1174 on: May 16, 2013, 11:42:41 PM »
thanks sir xelly  :mrgreen:

pede ko pa pala isagad sa 4096..
for the meantime pag mag mimix ng intensive..habang wala pa pambili bago..

sa ram talaga nauubos ung 8 Gb di kaya..pagdating sa plugins ..