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  • #102591
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    It’s the same number of runs whichever is first. If the band is in the pit, it’s shorter to hit them first.

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    #102041
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    I’m in Reaper, in case that matters. I mute the section that needs to be replaced, and record however many takes in an adjacent track. No tricky punch-in timing, the singer can start singing whenever they want. Sometimes I loop a section including the part to be replaced and let recording run. When they’ve got it, I select the good take, trim that to match the muted bad section, and slide it into the main track.

    #101988
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    Another thought is to simply send the stereo output of the DAW to the artist, but only during overdubs. This way they would hear their existing track but the source would still be monitored live through the desk.

    That is what I would consider the normal procedure. I never monitor inputs in the DAW.

    #101955
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    But can somebody tell me then what the safes on FX sends and return does? Only faders?

    That’s what it says.

    #101954
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    As long as you are monitoring your live sources directly through the mixer, your DAW should compensate for the latency in playback sources. It’s a little trickier if you’re playing software instruments in the DAW.

    #101858
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    @keithjah
    That makes sense.

    The Stereo Tap delay and BBD already have this covered

    but they don’t self oscillate. 3 choices, each with some of what I need. None of them get there.

    #101848
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    @keithjah

    I don’t remember ever seeing tap time on a BBD, but you have it there. Why not on Echo?

    #101757
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    Oh, but Echo has no tap time? Why ever not?

    #101546
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    Interesting. Have you had a chance to confirm on a console?

    #101545
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    I am a huge fan of ribbons on guitar amps. With a 57 or whatever, I’m always EQing out the harsh, because that’s what it hears 2″ from the speaker. I have a couple of cheap Chinese side address ribbons. Hang one in front of the amp and turn it up. Done. That rounded high end is exactly what’s needed. Just be careful not to engage phantom power on that channel.

    #101544
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    OBS seems to recognize only channels 1 & 2 as input and output.

    Check out Rogue Amoeba’s Loopback.

    #101515
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    When I finish a song on the acoustic and grab the electric I pot 5 down and unplug the acoustic and plug the electric in and then bring fader 6 up.

    Other than suggesting you mute instead of potting down, so you kill it in the monitors and everywhere, that’s exactly what I would do.

    #100666
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    Every time I don’t have to change a page to get to the rest of the band, I’m happy I went with the 6. It’s still really compact.

    #100260
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    Due to the fact that FX returns can be sent to any FX sends (including their matching sends) however, you can increase the feedback in a round about way.

    That would eliminate the option of no feedback, 1 repeat.

    Good to hear that Echo can get me there.

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