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  1. #11

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    We will be doing a live show (and recording) but doing a podcast style thing for a few weeks.

    It looks like Reaper works a lot better for this type of things as it seems to work more realtime than Audition. I am getting pops occasionally but I think this is to do with the sound drivers i am using. I am generally very impressed with Reaper. There does not seem a way to use Audition to apply effects in real time and send to streaming software.

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    Sorry for you not being able to listen to the files, I wasn't thinking about the 10 post limit. Glad to hear that Reaper seems to be working for you. Reaper is a very overlooked and underrated DAW. As for the drivers, if you are using a PC, most people use asio4all (asio4all.com). I don't use Windows anymore, but A4A worked pretty good when I was using it. I've got a few links to show you a little more about Reaper that may help you out with learning the program along with setting up shortcuts for editing.

    https://youtu.be/2moD4UZsAEM
    https://youtu.be/AdO2YvzKLm0
    https://youtu.be/ZbnPiPjyfXs
    https://youtu.be/Y7efHSsAz0c
    https://youtu.be/ULkH7FHv3IA
    https://youtu.be/EB4GKEBnV9w
    https://youtu.be/gJ8e7TElr3Q
    https://youtu.be/HCSHEDmk50I
    https://youtu.be/3z79UxKyPvc You can look at this guys other videos and blog. Some interesting stuff

    This may be something you may be interested after you get up and running with reaper. I haven't tried it yet, but I hope to soon. I'm looking at the mic emulations section, seems like it might add a little variety to sound of your mics. Looks like they give you a basic package to try it out, then you can buy various effects as you want.
    https://youtu.be/YaaP0cAFo5k
    Here is where you download.
    http://www.ikmultimedia.com/products/amplitube/

    Now as far as your other post about the hardware. What you have (Behringer MDX2200) should work. The only thing you told me before was that it was a "behringer loudness processor". The biggest difference between the MDX2200 and the MDX4600 is that the MDX2200 has 2 channels instead of 4. I just thought you might like the ability to use separate settings on each mic. That way, if you only had problems with quietness or loudness on one mic you could adjust settings for that one track, instead of having to take a middle of the road setting when grouping all mic's into one or two tracks or channels. I don't know if you are recording each mic on it's own separate track or not. It is best to record each mike on a separate track, to be able to adjust it separate from the others. In the videos above, you can see how you would make a track for each mic and put separate effects on each mic, based on what is needed. As far as Adobe Auditions goes, I'm not sure what you can do with it, I've never used it.
    Last edited by Wayne S.; 08-10-2015 at 04:41 PM.

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    We are going to be doing line in a cople of weeks but currently doing 'podcasts'.

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    Thanks for that, Actually the 2200 is a 4 channel compressor. We acutely have a reasonable about of funding not to get some kit. total amount not settled yet but PRSC has some funding from Bristol Green Capital and think we can use 1000-2500 of it for radio. I will do a separate post as the subject of this is not appropriate.

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