Close

Search:

Type: Posts; User: Dave Labrecque

Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.13 seconds.

  1. Replies
    10
    Views
    225

    Re: Weird Graphics Issue

    As I mentioned I did do a fresh install into a new folder, and all seems to work right with that. I guess there must be some corruption, as you say, in my original install folder. I very well may...
  2. Replies
    10
    Views
    225

    Re: Weird Graphics Issue

    Okay, that makes sense. But how do you mean to clear the F-key defaults? I tried the single "clear default" item on the F-key File sub-menu and restarted SAW, but no change. Then I thought I'd try...
  3. Replies
    10
    Views
    225

    Re: Weird Graphics Issue

    I don't know, Bob. Maybe you're thinking of a different kind of graphics problem? In my fresh SAW install I can now open my old F-key files without such issues. And this is after having changed my...
  4. Replies
    10
    Views
    225

    Re: Weird Graphics Issue

    Hmmmm... just tried opening a default F-key view and got the same graphics corruption... :confused:

    Maybe I have to go with a ground-up re-install?

    ************

    UPDATE: okay, that seems to...
  5. Replies
    10
    Views
    225

    Re: Weird Graphics Issue

    Dang. This would be the first time I run up against anything I can hold against my minimalist, integrated-graphics-approach mindset. I suppose it's not horrible, though, if all I have to do is...
  6. Replies
    10
    Views
    225

    Weird Graphics Issue

    This is in SS32. SS64 is fine.

    The bottom of the MT looks funky: the graphics for the lower-most track are corrupted. Also, after changing F-key views, the Z mixer tops responding to anything I do...
  7. Replies
    12
    Views
    2,003

    Re: Drivers for Apollo16

    Four months later...

    My attic studio build is still a ways off, but I finally got around to trying out my Apollo X8p last night with SAWStudio64. It actually worked better than I was expecting...
  8. Replies
    11
    Views
    313

    Re: SM7B question

    I'm pretty sure Joe Cocker sang into that mic around 1970. That's some famous spit on that voice coil. :cool:
  9. Replies
    11
    Views
    313

    Re: SM7B question

    When I was in radio, one mic I remember liking for it's brighter/airier sound compared to the SM7 was the venerable SM5B. A used one came into my life eight or nine years back. When you pull the...
  10. Replies
    11
    Views
    313

    Re: SM7B question

    I am a guitar player. ;) I did read that they added some kind of hum improvement with the 7A, I think, which continued with the 7B. I don't think it changed the sound, though. I think they've always...
  11. Replies
    11
    Views
    313

    Re: SM7B question

    According to the user guide (https://pubs.shure.com/guide/SM7B/en-US) it's a pretty wide boost, between, like, 700 and 12,000 Hz. Again, though, in radio we always used them flat so far as I know,...
  12. Replies
    11
    Views
    313

    Re: SM7B question

    I would say it shouldn't sound muffled. But certainly fatter-sounding than a 58. Have you tried playing with the EQ settings on the rear? There's bass roll-off and a "presence boost" you can try out....
  13. Replies
    4
    Views
    150

    Re: Help! Hoping to save an EDL

    It wasn't the AVI or a VST (good guesses), I eliminated those, and the session still wouldn't open.

    Big thanks to Bob, who spent time with me on the phone trying different stuff out. I then sent...
  14. Replies
    4
    Views
    150

    Help! Hoping to save an EDL

    Well, I thought I was now a master troubleshooter following my corrupt WAV file experience a couple weeks back, but...

    Having several hours into a film auto-post project, today, I was working...
  15. Re: OT: Well-known audio forum changes its name

    :D
  16. OT: Well-known audio forum changes its name

    Gearslutz to become Gearspace in a couple weeks. They think it'll make the site more inclusive. Love the progressive thinking over there. Always ahead of the curve. :D
  17. Replies
    34
    Views
    1,448

    Re: Bug Report

    Geeze. I did some basic logical troubleshooting (with the help of Michael McInnis, I might add), trying to chase down a permutation that would point to something. I ended up with nothing very...
  18. Replies
    34
    Views
    1,448

    Re: Bug Report

    And allow me to report that so far it looks like my dBpoweramp issue has been resolved!

    I did test builds from the same session in both SS64 versions 1.2 and 1.3. The 1.2 WAV gave me the RIFF...
  19. Replies
    34
    Views
    1,448

    Re: Bug Report

    Cool, Bob. Thanks! :cool:
  20. Replies
    34
    Views
    1,448

    Re: Bug Report

    Not sure if it matters, but rather than share a session, I simply shared an audio file between SS32 and SS64. Single file on track one in an empty session. In each program.
  21. Re: OT: VST that outputs MP3s? Other replacements for JMS plugs?

    Sorry--yeah, I can see how what I wrote could be taken the wrong way.



    Fraid not. My assumption had been that LACE outputs the MP3--with all the user's custom settings--at the same sample rate...
  22. Re: OT: SAWStudio user moonlights on Star Trek Discovery

    Carl. It was a joke.

    You seem a little off your game, today. :)
  23. Re: OT: VST that outputs MP3s? Other replacements for JMS plugs?

    The problem is I need 44.1 or 48. 32 KHz is not even "CD quality," you may recall.
  24. Re: OT: VST that outputs MP3s? Other replacements for JMS plugs?

    I don't believe so. Though, I must say I haven't tried it. Pretty sure Jbridge is VST-specific.

    Ya know, reading your last post I had the idea of sticking with SS32 for my podcast productions just...
  25. Re: OT: VST that outputs MP3s? Other replacements for JMS plugs?

    Me, too. The exception for me is when I have long-form stuff (hour-long podcasts, for example) for which I'd rather not wait around for the extra step (MP3 conversion). And in those cases I pretty...
Results 1 to 25 of 500
Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4