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Recording w mic

Is it possible to record w the a remote wired mic by plugging into the line in L & R jacks on the rear of the unit?

i'd like to record live music to tape

any solutions?

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Hi on1site
Something you may have to try.
if the unit has level controls for gain, sometimes, you can get enough gain through the standard stages to record, particularly if the music is LOUD:). Record live to tape, drop it into a computer and run a compressor over it to pull the gain up to a decent level. Use the best mics you have is also another tip to good recording.
I am more than happy to answer any other questions you may have about it, please get back to me here, or use the ASK function to go straight to me :) If you are still unsure, have problems, or we need to look at the situation more deeply, then before you give a rating for this advice, hit the ASK button Thanks for using FixYa, If you consider the advice I have given you as sound, a FixYa rating is a great reward for my efforts to help you. Cheers.

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Posted on Jun 29, 2008

  • Graeme Ross
    Graeme Ross Jun 29, 2008

    I have recorded myself in the manner you have suggested. Did I miss something in your question? Just wondering why you gave me the low rating for my advice. I am happy to talk about it more.

    robotek


  • Graeme Ross
    Graeme Ross Jun 29, 2008

    I have had a flick through the manual,and it has an autolevel control This would assist you with getting the gain right.

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