Bonafide Posted July 26, 2001 Share Posted July 26, 2001 I understand the purpose and the philosphy behind these but I have never used one or seen them in action. I am not a hobbist's but a working career musician who does all of his own recording / engineering. My gear is not "high end" (I couldn't even tell you what that means anyway other than a price tag) per se but it is all upper mid range -priced. My recording enviroment has been acoustically treated with both sound board and traps, and the only spot in the room that is 'live' is the cieling. I am pleased with my mixes and how they translate to other systems but this has all been done by ear. Can a Pink Noise generator or Spectrum Analyzer improve my mixes? Are they primarily for my monitors? Can I use one with out the other? Sory for so many questions or if this has been beaten to death before. Thanks in advance. Cheers. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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