Show 019 – Profire 2626 Review and Getting Good Vocals In Your Bedroom Studio

In this episode Jon reviews the M-Audio Profire 2626 Firewire interface. Ryan shares some tips on getting recording vocals in a bedroom.

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2 thoughts on “Show 019 – Profire 2626 Review and Getting Good Vocals In Your Bedroom Studio

  1. Hi,

    I’m a new listener to your podcast and have been enjoying it. Thanks for your efforts!

    In the latest episode about recording vocals in bedrooms, I was surprised to hear that you recommend placing acoustic treatment behind singer. I have not heard this recommended before. I know it is common to place acoustic treatment behind the microphone (like the SE Reflexion Filter) but not behind the singer.

    Also, I would be curious to hear more elaboration on the argument about placing a compressor in the signal path (as opposed to using plug-ins after the fact).

    I hava dBX compressor, but never use it anymore. I use plug-ins instead.

    Keep up the great work!


    • Hi Dave
      We’ll address your comments and questions in the next show. We have discussed ‘inline’ compression several times in other show but at length in our very first show.

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