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Re: mixers and feedback loop
I'm not "a noise musician" myself but I have played at festivals
together with such folks and they often put an all wet delay unit in
the feedback path. That gives you a little extra time to react and
make adjustments if the whole shebang should take off targeting cone
inihalation signal levels.
Greetings from Sweden
On Fri, Dec 13, 2013 at 8:52 PM, Sylvain Poitras
> I found some interesting information on this site:
> Notice how the writer warns that some very high levels can break through
> 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 <email@example.com>
>> i have no limiter hardware so i have to buy one have you advice to
>> a good limiter(not a 1000 bucks hardware)
>> 2013/12/12 Sylvain Poitras <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>> 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
>>> On Wed, Dec 11, 2013 at 6:56 PM, julien <email@example.com> wrote:
>>>> hello i use to play with my mixer to make feedback (i put the out in
>>>> 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?