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Re: Studio Noise

From: Buddy
Date: 08 Apr 2002
Time: 10:08:40

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My apologies if I sent the wrong message. My problem was with bad tone the first day and harmonic distortion in my amp the second. There is no studio cure for either except to try to EQ a trashy sound you put on tape. So, the third day I brought the right combination and everything was fine. On the topic of pickup hum, some of the newer engineers like to nit pick, but the output level of the pickup far surpasses that of the hum and makes it impossible to distinguish hum in a recording. Especially when you're using 32 tracks to sound like a six piece band. The only exception is the last chord, which has to be held for long periods for a board fade, but it's rare and any engineer can handle it if necessary.


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