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Attenuator for njb3?
« on: June 08, 2005, 08:37:26 PM »
I recorded a Iron Maiden tribute band recently and they were kind enough to offer me a sbd patch (broke my cherry!).  The sound is generally good, but there is some slight distortion when the singer is belting it out (especially with the backup vocals from one of the guitarists), so i'm wondering what can i do to insure this doesn't occur again?  I recorded from the board's rca outs>line in on the njb3.  I had the levels set to -12, 16/44 wav file.  Would a line level attenuator do the trick?  Or is it possible for the sbd guy to lower the levels on the rca out from the board?  Just wondering, thanks for any help! 
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