Oh sorry didn't see that...
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Fons Adriaensen wrote :
Hope that helps.
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Fons Adriaensen <fons@linuxaudio.=
org> wrote :
> Me too. An 1010LT has two mic inputs. So what's the point of using=
> the DI box ?Oh sorry didn't see that..=
Right. =A0This calls for double-check since I wired that a few years<=
ago ;-) =A0Turns out the mic goes directly in the 10101LT and the DI box
is used for the acoustic bass guitar built-in pick-up output. =A0The kind
of pick-up with bass, treble, mid controls, powered with a 9v battery.
Sorry for the misleading description I gave previously ;-)
OK in that case I =
would check the sound without the DI plugged in. On most recordi=
ngs that I did with acoustic bass and/or double bass I didn't use the p=
ickup because the sound is not as full as that from the mic.
Also you have to play with the mic and source position because when recordi=
ng low frequency sources (i.e. bass) room modes have a great impact on the =
sound.You can have a great mic and place it in a dip where you don'=
t get certain frequencies. This is even more relevant when recording in a s=
Hope that helps.Best regards,Moshe
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