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  1. tried to ressurect the photography thread here... you guys all gone?
  2. Got a GH4... working on another video production.... (aaw! Can't upload 4k images!)
  3. can't reply to some older threads. common issue?
  4. good lord this dog is slow! Someone shoot it already. this is unusable - AIN NOBODY GOT TIME FOR THAT! too slow, moving on.
  5. probably wont be back. site is too slow now compared to previously. they should just pull the plug.
  6. This is unlike, say, what Chip Davis became after a few decent albums... word
  7. in the end, who cares since 99.999 percet of people can't tell the difference. are we recording ONLY for that .001% ? I doubt it.
  8. I remember back in the day when studios did not have access to analyzers... sure is nice to move forward where they are available free for everyone to download and use. If I was set in my ways, I'd probably be against it, but NOWDAYS, they fit in with the rest of the helpful tools available to anyone interested.
  9. dija try this freebie yet? It has 3 bands compression, exciter, limiter, widener and does a good job when dialed in. you will be surprised. http://www.jeroenbreebaart.com/audio_vst.htm#broadcast try it first before you spend anything. Just set it on normal or default and you will have your level up. push more into it, teh more crunch you get without busting over zero. read the PDF maunal it's like two pages and explains the weird settings. set the output to -.1 or -.2 to avoid intersample issues on DA converters - at least in my expeiments Yes, it is not on the level of OZONE, but it will get what you want
  10. Tell him if his is not interested in buying them, then he is irrelevent and to move along. Another answer could be There will always be better and worse monitors for everybody. I am selling THESE monitors.
  11. EQ, Limiting, and sometimes widening. I like OZONE too. try this plugin for starters, for free. get the manual and read it http://www.jeroenbreebaart.com/audio_vst.htm#broadcast Izotope also has a great GUIDE for mastering. http://izotope.com/products/audio/ozone/guides.html
  12. I feel the ugly side of what is better tween ANALOG and digital is that analog adds stuff, smears stuff, degrades stuff, drops stuff. I NEVER saw that as a good thing, ever. Maybe it's 100% on 1 pass, then goes down from there, after 10 rolls it's off by 92% [just guessing], when I use digital, it's 100% for ever [at least in my experience]. With digital I can ALWAYS pass it through analog stuff to change the tone, if I wanted to, but I can never recover that stuff lost on analog. And don't get me started on NOISE REDUCTION systems. GAH!
  13. you guys still on about this?? hasn't it been done to death in previous threads? None of it matters if the SONG is no good to begin with. I'd rather write interesting music than have "PERFECT" recordings None of the playback mediums and environments are perfect either anyway, so it doesn't matter in the end
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