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Re: mixers and feedback loop

I found some interesting information on this site:


Notice how the writer warns that some very high levels can break through the limiters?  That's the scary bit for me...  I'd use some broadcast quality limiters that guarantee no sound level beyond what the user sets.  But I guess that would be on the pricier side of things...

Time to visit your local music store ;)


On Fri, Dec 13, 2013 at 12:32 PM, Julien Gury <urbandtribe@gmail.com> wrote:
i have no limiter hardware so i have to buy one have you advice to choose  a good limiter(not a 1000 bucks hardware)

2013/12/12 Sylvain Poitras <sylvain.trombone@gmail.com>
I've never played with feedback, but a signal is a signal is a signal.  
I'd put a limiter before the input of your fireface and record away.  
Try with a cheaper audio interface if you need to build confidence first.

On Wed, Dec 11, 2013 at 6:56 PM, julien <urbandtribe@gmail.com> wrote:
hello i use to play with my mixer to make feedback (i put the out in the in of others pists)to make some noise. i want to record it with my soundcard(rme fireface 400) is this someone who made this cause i don't want to broke my sound card have you advices?