• West Mcdaniel posted an update 4 months ago

    When using a Focusrite J-Mount, you get all of the power of a mike into your DAW. This lets you mix but still get in charge of the sound coming out of your hardware, your computer and your headphones. The DAW interface can be designed to compliment the J-Mount, and provide a seamless interface between your studio and it. Although it’s the way to send a signal gain chain choices to take advantage of your setup and you will need to make certain you have the mic.

    Preamps are a valuable part of a signal chain. You might not know that, but a’standard’ RCA cable isn’t enough for preamps. A’Preamp out’ cable is your first step, allowing you to connect your audio out (such as your laptop or desktop) to your preamp. As an alternative, you can run out the audio on your keyboard.

    Make certain that you pick a mic with a floating element. This lets you set the level at as well as any’ fading’ effects’ amount. Make sure that the preamp has this too, For those who have a DI or interface. You can also consider making this a headphone that is balanced out, instead of a computer line out. Another thing to consider is if you want to decrease the level at which the signal enters the port or leave it high.

    Ensure that you select a mic, to reduce switching between mics. This is particularly important if you’re recording voices or a number of instruments. Another option for recording is to connect to the mic at the end of the DI cable, so that you have a zero dB signal from the DI back to the mic.

    If you’re recording the input to your guitar amp (or house piano amp) and are using XLR cables, be certain that you have a stereo extension cable (not a mic cable). This is essential if you are recording to an amplifier. For those of you who are recording to a card, make sure that you have the stereo or’Analog Out’ connector for recording.

    You can have a portable recorder (with a USB port) and connect it to your Audio Interface, with a USB to RCA adaptor. This permits you to connect without the mic to the port, giving you access to this level and preamp levels in addition to if you need to achieve a vintage sound, adding a little bit of distortion.

    As you can see, there are many ways that to take advantage of the J-Mount Interface. Follow these steps, and you’ll be well on your way to recording.

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