...bringing sexy back
Since: Jul 01, 2002
exactly right, ive done it, works well.
Posted on Mar 24, 2005 06:46 am
Member Since: Oct 30, 2003
i will soon be recording a local band's demo for them, with my basic home setup. i am doing it for free as this will be my first recording of music played by anyone other than myself!
my computer recording setup uses a phonic mm1002 mixer into an audiophile 2496, running cubase se. my questions is about using this setup to record simultaneously onto different tracks.
although i will be upgrading my setup to incorporate a delta 44 by the end of this year, for the time being i am making do with the stereo inputs of my audiophile. as you can imagine, the prospect of recording a live drum kit with this is a bit daunting, but i am sure that i have read about a method of doing this which can make the process easier....
am i right that i could do the following?...
1. mic the kit up with 2 mics (i was thinking one on the kick, one overhead.)
2. run those two mics through my desk, panning the kick hard left and the overhead hard right.
3. record as i usually do from the outputs of my desk to the inputs of my audiophile
4. record onto a stereo track in cubase
5. end up with the kick drum and overhead on seperate tracks, which i could then edit seperately
if this is possible, will the kick and overhead be panned left and right in the resultant recording in cubase, and will it be possible to move these back to centre?
sorry if that was a bit of a drawn out description.... any help greatly appreciated as always
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