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Taping Problem
« on: February 29, 2004, 06:05:45 PM »
Last night I ran AKG C1000s from a Mixpad into a Sony MZ-N505. I think I am hearing a good bit of distortion from SPL in the recording but I could be wrong. Is the phantom power from the Mixpad not adequate to combat this? If it makes any difference the mics were on -50db trim, running XY at 95 degrees at ~12ft. Any reasons why I am hearing this would be helpful. Also the level indicators on my N505 were never allowed to go over 4 bars, well off from producing diginoise. Thanks for any help and I can post a sample later this evening if that would be helpful.

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