Show 234 – Boundary Mics and DIY Amp Isolation Cabinet

This week we talk about using boundary mics and have a guest segment from Kevin Milner on building an amp isolation cabinet.

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5 thoughts on “Show 234 – Boundary Mics and DIY Amp Isolation Cabinet

  1. Thanks for putting my segment on! If anyone has any questions on the specific design, feel free to e-mail me at [my first name] at [kevinmilner.net] or post a comment here and I’ll do my best.

  2. Hey guys, there was a question regarding the use of VCC couple of episodes ago. Do you use VTM on a regular basis? Tape emulation plugins tend to quite CPU intensive, so just curious how you use it.

    • Hey Lucas

      A tweet I got from Slate indicates that the newest update (and not just the new 64 bit aax format) has reduced the CPU hit to 1/8!!!!

      I don’t know if that is all the time on all systems and mixes, but sounds pretty neat nonetheless.

      Just keep it mainly to the busses rather than individual tracks. Maybe on the snare too

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