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One of the big myths in the world of digital audio is that one cable "sounds" better than another. The truth is digital audio is a bitstream of 1's and 0's. I was part of an experiment where we attached RCA plugs to a piece of steel coat hanger wire. It worked perfectly, and our "blind" ears (who we told it was an expensive "digital" cable) actually said it sounded better.
|James||10/17/13||10||10||10||If that's the only way I guess .....|
|Walker Hart||06/25/13||10||10||10||Thanks again for the quick response!|
Are you using both inputs on the Starlette? You will need to be using both, as the inputs are NOT stereo inputs. If you can get 2 RCA to 1/4" TS cables (or use standard RCA cables with this type of adapter: http://i00
I don't know about this specific mic, but I can give you some general advice... Uni-directional means that sound enters the mic from a very focused area. A google search for "microphone pickup patterns"
You should be able to go to a view that shows the volume level for each track in the edit window ( represented by a line) . Add edit points to the line at each end of the parts you want adjusted, and you
While I'm not 100% sure, as I haven't seen what features are available with PT Express, you should be able to highlight the portion of the region in question, and the adjust the highlighted area. Another
You will want a cable that goes from an RCA to a 1/4" TS connector, as the 1/4" jack on the speakers accepts unbalanced connections. Alternatively, you can use a female RCA/male 1/4" TS adapter with