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Open Discussion / home recording advice. monitors
« on: April 10, 2014, 02:08:13 PM »
I finally got a midi interface (m-audio mobile pre) so now  can start recording. I'll be using amplitube, gtr3, guitar rg, and an axe-fx for my guitar and bas tones. superior drummer for drum tracks. I have pro tools set up at the moment although I think I will change to something else. many recomendations for ableton live. but what I want to know is what would be a good monitor for playback. I am totally ignorant of what I need to look for. any help would be appreciated

Open Discussion / peak atlas dca55's for decent prices!
« on: November 06, 2013, 09:13:05 AM »
found this seller n ebay selling dca55 semiconductor analisers for reasonable prices $82.50 plus $5.80 shipping...I paid $136 for mine a while ago. they have several for sale. this is a powerful tool for the pedal builder especially one who likes building with ge transistors. here's the link

Open Discussion / toofunny!
« on: September 02, 2013, 02:08:37 PM »
enjoy![ Invalid YouTube link ]

Open Discussion / Interesting site!
« on: August 13, 2013, 03:39:05 PM »
came across this site when searching for amplifier circuits for a sustainer gizmo I am working on. it's got all kinds of amp, preamp, mixer, eq.... projects. I bet everyone can find more than a few things of value there

Open Discussion / no more coolaudio bbd's
« on: March 16, 2013, 08:16:49 PM »
steve announced that coolaudio is no longer manufacturing bbd's. he is trying to find another reliable source but it looks like analog elays are only gonna get harder to build in the future. I for one don't have an aversion to digital. to my ears digital delays sound (in most cases) as good or better than analog. I am surprised that with as much as our hobby has grown ( just look at the suppliers we have to choose from today, that didn't exist a few years ago...) that there isn't enough of a demand for bbd's for someone to start producing some. I know I would pay a premium for reliable devices with decent specs.

found these while researching a project and was wondering if they would work well to eliminate ground loop hum when used as isolaters.

I am just starting to read up on transformers and would like someone with a little more wisdom on this stuff to chime in. I could definately use some of these from time to time (if they do what I think they will)

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