Aha, that's what I thought, but the product specs were vague on that point. I think the Q8 has both phantom with the XLR jack, but not sure about the latter either, and you can use the external mic as an additional track with the X-Y. Pricier though.Marko Räsänen wrote: Rick!
Unfortunately I cannot record with the internal mics of Q4 when there's a cable attached to ext.in. It's either or. No phantom power either, and the input plug is 0.14" jack. No USB, no XLR. But it's fine for me because I have the mixer with phantom powered XLRs and RCA out.
Actually both pieces were recorded at exact same levels, same mic positions, and the same (subtle) amount (and quality) of reverb. Yet, I would agree with you that on Tarrega it seems more audible. I'll post a version of Tarrega without the added reverb for comparison. I think what we're hearing are the resonances of the bass strings, and it just sounds like reverb, but I'd like to hear what you think.Stewart Doyle wrote:Marko, I wasn't sure about the reverb on the Tarrega. It's a piece where the lower strings tend to resonate at times, and I found I was a bit more conscious of that because of the reverb. If you used any in the differences then it was very subtle - it sounded great whatever!
I listened to your recording again, but cannot tell how are you doing the trill differently? Are you referring to delaying the first pull-off? I don't think there's any right or wrong way to do it. Just do it the way you think sounds best.Stewart Doyle wrote:On the Tarrega 3030 trill (bar 10 for example) I thought you were playing it differently to M. Delcamp and was going to ask why. [Perhaps hoping for once, I could point something useful out!] Needless to say, after checking, I realised I had been playing it differently, perhaps wrongly!
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