And thank you for sharing your experience. So, based on your description, my guess is that a low-self-noise condenser like the NT1-A might be better than a dynamic like the 441, both for bg noise and/or for ability to register fine differences in sound, in the following situations...
Alas, yes and no. :-) . After unearthing and re-reading this page:
in particular the section on 'Noise', I find I'm even more confused; trying to compare the 'sensitivity', what I find in the table 3 on that page is that as sensitivity goes up (assuming...
No problem, whenever I try to remember the 441's number I usually say '421' also and then feel unsure and have to go look at it.
Thank you for going to this trouble. But for me the plot thickens. I see that there are two kinds of noise here in your test -- , ambient background noise, which...
Thanks Mark; two points about this. My mic (see my post) is a 441, not a 421. I also owned a 421 at one point; it had a more sculpted frequency curve and apparently was used for live performance more. The 441 is a significantly higher price and has a flatter response, and I've found it useful...
(and please forgive the cross-post to Logic Pro Help)
I'd like to reduce background noise produced in my tracking chain, but I'm not sure which elements of the chain are a best bet for replacement.
The chain is a simple three stages:
1. --> dynamic mic (Sennheiser 441 --...
I'm still using Logic 7, so forgive me if this is changed in 8; however, my issue is this:
I'm mixing mono (voice) files, either straight to the mono output object or through a mono bus.
However, if I change the volume of that mono output object, or add effects, they appear to apply...
As usual you provide stunning service. :-). Yes, now it works perfectly. Just in the nick of time (appointment in 45 minutes.) What more can I ask for?
Good to be back on the LUG again!
Greetings Luggers. I'm stuck on an unexpected automation problem and have a musician coming this afternoon, so I'm working hard on it. Any help appreciated:
I set up a logic 7.2 environment so that my generic control surface (M-audio Radium) nicely controls various buses and...
I agree; it regularly bothers me that I can't drag multiple tracks. Logic is well overdue for this feature. And I'm still in 7. Distressing that it didn't appear in v.8 (which is where I assume alienimplant is discussing its lack).