Question about Electro-Harmonix EH-TM Microphone
So I've go the electro harmnoix tube mic, it's running in to the new Apogee Duet, phantom power, and I'm running through Garageband's newest version on my Mac G4...
but.. there's a really loud buzzing sound audible whenever the mic is turned on. At first i thought it was my computer's fan, but it's not- moved the mic away. Is it possible that I just need a better XLR cable running from the output of the mic's power source into the Apogee duet?
any thoughts?! I'm learning...this is somewhat new to me- trying to get started recording a home album. Looking forward to suggestions...thanks!
The cables always a usual suspect, but if you are using a tube mic, wich have their own power supply, you don't use phantom power and it can damage the mics power supply, so take phantom power off that mic and if that doesn't cure the buzz then I would change the cable next.
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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