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Allen Rowand

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    Sound tech turned IT consultant, slowly creeping back toward audio
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  1. Been thinking about something like this for when the neighbor's kids are shrieking in the back yard for the third straight hour...
  2. Sennheiser HD-26 with PSC Softie covers.
  3. The file you uploaded is two channel mono. I split the channels, phase reversed one side, and it's almost 100% nulled on playback (the ticks could be from mp3 compression artifacts). I've attached a file so you can check for yourself. Have you tried the cables on another device or camera? USO_null.wav
  4. @Philip Perkins I'm using one of these: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07C69HG33?psc=1&ref=ppx_yo2_dt_b_product_details My setup is a MacBook Air M1 with a Caldigit TS3+ dock and the DisplayLink adapter above. I drive my main (center) 4k monitor from the dock, my secondary (left) 4k monitor via DisplayLink, and my laptop is on a riser to the right. Works well, although the image isn't as sharp as I'd prefer. I just haven't bothered to tweak the monitor yet. When I'm editing audio the track window is in front, with the mixer to the left. In Davinci Resolve the edit is in front, bins to the left, and the laptop is a fullscreen viewer. Since all my video goes online I may as well view it directly on a laptop screen…
  5. https://www.videotoolshed.com/product/audio-map/
  6. Yes, but then I wouldn't have the rest of the signal chain. The more I thought about it I realized that just getting the low cut didn't solve my entire problem; I need a low-mid cut and high boost to voice the mic. From there it just made sense to move the whole processing chain out of the computer. Besides, the 302 deserves to be used for more than just a low cut filter!
  7. I decided that the best solution to the problem was old school- I'm getting an outboard channelstrip. I'm tired of dealing with workarounds to put software processing on my input and don't want to spend the money on a new interface with built-in DSP. I have a simple interface I'm happy with, although I never should have sold my USBPre 2- hope you're enjoying it, @tourtelot. If you ever want to get rid of it, please let me know! Next week I'm getting a vintage (as in old, not valuable) Rane voice processor: mic pre, high and low pass filters, de-esser, gate/expander, compressor, and two band parametric EQ. Since it's only for me and one mic, I can set it and forget it. My interface has direct monitoring, so I'll be able to hear exactly what's going to disk. Should be just the thing for podcasts, narration, and voiceovers. And thus my low cut problem is solved, now to make room for another box, cables, and PSU on my desk…
  8. Can't believe I didn't think of Jon at Naiant: https://naiant.com/vpd-specification/ He has a four position mic level low cut filter that goes from 50 to 200 Hz. Looks like he's on vacation but I'll keep an eye on when production starts again. For the time being I think I'm going to break down and do it in software. I can host a plugin chain (channelstrip, de-esser, and limiter) in Apple's AULab and then route that audio into the video software. Latency is good enough, the video is only so participants can see each other while we record the podcast so sync isn't really an issue.
  9. Sadly, it looks to be out of production.
  10. I've got one and honestly hadn't thought about using it for this, but I'd like to avoid adding another device, power supply, and cable to my desk. A set and forget inline device would be easier.
  11. Doesn't look like they have anything. The PSC is 3dB down at 140Hz, which is a touch higher than I was thinking. I may just get the Shure for $45 and be done with it.
  12. I'm looking for an inline XLR low cut to put in front of my RCA 74b for podcast recordings; the interface I'm using doesn't have a cut, and I'd prefer to not muck around with inserting software between the audio interface and videoconferencing software. See, the question is kinda about audio for picture… Anything out there better than the Shure A15HP or PSC high pass in the $40-50 range I'm missing?
  13. If you've already got your recordings down but just need automixing, you could consider doing it in post with WT Automixer. I haven't tried it personally, but have used a similar plugin that only runs in Reaper. While not strictly an apples to apples comparison, I've owned the first generation MixPre 6 and an F8n and… I no longer own the MixPre 6. I hated the user interface, and the encoder on the side of the unit drove me nuts. I've been much happier overall with the Zoom. Soundwise, I didn't feel there was enough of a difference between the two to be an issue. I'm sure MixAssist is better than Zoom's automix, but I've used the F8n automixer on livestreams with 8 open mics and it worked fine.
  14. Haven't done it, but I've thought about it. Found this in my research: http://www.raspberrypi-dmx.org/orange-pi-smpte-timecode-ltc-reader-converter
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