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Nuestro Foro de Audio, Música y Tecnología - con Gus Lozada

Un viejo rincón en internet, perfecto para hablar en español sobre cosas para Músicos, Acústica, Sonido en Vivo, Tips de Estudio, Equipo, Software y todo lo relacionado con la música y tecnología en audio, así como para tomarte un relax y contactarte con colegas en todo el mundo de habla hispana.

 

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    • Anyone who messes with the groove. Or as my dear friend bassist Bob Birch used to say, groovus interruptus. man I miss that guy.   In rock the drummer is the pulse. In jazz it's the acoustic bass. Of course one or the other that derails the train, or a combination of both, in any style, makes for a long night...or day if you're in the studio   I've played my share of gigs in rock circles but even then I always played with good guitarists who were refined and tasty in their playing, so I've been lucky there. In fact a quick check of the memory banks yields no one who was particularly obnoxious.   Some vocalists have had a profound negative effect on me - both musically and diva attitude.   I will say if you have the misfortune to be set up next to a timbale player, that is the loudest instrument on the face of the earth.
    • I use my lens hood when appropriate but as my interest is primarly portratiure it's part of the palette, knowing when the lens hoo might interfere by my vision of a little bit more stray light changing the final appearance of the image. The one thing I am glad for starting on film is the discipline of having 36 shots and you really want each one to be special. I've had and have my shortcomings and I LOVE digital because now I don't have to worry about that in the slightest. I'll never want to take more exposures than the batteries and SD cards will allow, that's not how I work either.    You have your visions, I've seen them. You know what I'm talking about. 😁
    • Hope that someone can help me.   Buzz in my case is a higher pitch sound, not the typical 50/60Hz. Like a phone is too close.   My situation is as follows: - We have a few songs with some backing tracks (mostly percussion, effects), stereo output is good enough: left -> audio, right -> click - I have a iPad mini with an application that can play backing tracks, display chords/lyrics and can send out midi program changes (made this myself, but could be any of the usual suspects) - In a first version I did not use the program change output and just plugged the iPad into the charger and use the audio out from the iPad to my mixer. This was 100% clear and no buzz. - When added the option to send program changes and connected my midi board (Nord Stage 3 compact) I noticed a high pitch sound on the audio out of the iPad. When I took out the USB cable it was 100% clear again. Connection via the official Apple connection-kit with charger input, so it can work all night during a gig. - I have a no-name USB-audio interface, so I added a none-powered USB hub where I connected the Nord Midi and the audio interface. The buzz was less and almost acceptable. Again: removing the midi USB cable did remove the buzz completely. That no-name USB interface was already a few times a lifesaver/backup for my old Laptop rig. I changed the cables and USB Hub with anothers, and have a short USB cable with ESD-Coil.   I think this is pretty straight forward setup and other might have similar issues. Hope that there is an solution for this.   I could think of: - using a high-end iPad audio interface. This might be expensive, bulky, overspec'd, another wall-wart,... - Battery only iPad. This makes me nervous, as we play 4 sets of one hour - Balanced USB cable. Do they exist? - Using a DI box. I have two small audio transformers that I could put in a small box. - ????   The level is now almost acceptable and I played a gig with it.     
    • The Rubix is a good unit - I have one for mobile recording when I don't bring the 18i20 rack out. Otherwise USB mixers are great too - I use a Yamaha MG10XU for gigs and the USB audio function works great. It works as a good interface for a laptop to if necessary.
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    • Yeah, Allan, I have a Fantom 7 here as well and one of these days I’m going to update its review with stuff about the organ and wavetable modes. I like that its keyboard is quiet and fast. But the aftertouch is much closer to that all-or-nothing feel I was talking about.
    • A 76-key, lighter action K2700, similar to the one found in the original PC3, could quite easily tempt me to put my Fantom 7 up for sale. Kurzweil has a much stronger balance of sample quality across a variety of instruments.  And after reading about the K2700's aftertouch, there's simply no comparison. Thought I was going to jam a finger joint the first time I attempted aftertouch on my Fantom . 
    • That would be perfect !   ☺️   A.C.
    • zeronyne, sorry I missed your question earlier. I’m in agreement with ABECK that the aftertouch is very nice. You don’t have to tire out your fingers to hear just a little, but it increases proportionally from there. That is, it doesn’t go from nothing to full-blast too quickly. That said, for gigging I would welcome a semi-weighted version that still has piano-shaped keys with a lip, but a lighter action overall for playing all night. Like the 76-key K2600.
    • Good to know they read about former issues and wishes here ! Yes,- a 76 and/or 61-key version would be VERY welcome !!! I´d really like to replace my PC361 w/ that.   ☺️   A.C.
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