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Discussion in 'Digital Audio' started by Dan the Man, Jun 7, 2006.

  1. Dan the Man macrumors newbie

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    Logic pro questions.

    1.How do you make sure you have the correct recording levels going into the M-Audio audio interface in logic?

    2.How do you set up a stereo master recording session?

    3.What is the process for burning the finished master onto CD?
     
  2. DeSnousa macrumors 68000

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    I can't help you, though I will make a suggestion. If you want a person to read your thread and attract a Logic user, it would be best if you changed the title, so that it is correlated with your question :)
     
  3. robbieduncan Moderator emeritus

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    Also you might find you questions get answered in the Digital Audio forum...
     
  4. scottlinux macrumors 6502a

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    1. Which m-audio device? Use the m-audio software to make sure the levels are high enough. Also, turn the knobs up on the device.

    2. I use a simple two-track program to record (Spark ME) for a stereo pair. Keeps things simple. Other popular simple track recorders/editors: Sound Studio, Audacity, others. Though you can record in Logic of course; just set an audio track as stereo with the inputs being your device.

    3. After you have everything how you want it in logic, click on File>Bounce then pick the format you want (AAC, MP3, PCM, etc.) You can then burn that file to a CD.
     
  5. zimv20 macrumors 601

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    as an engineer, you need to learn the art of gainstaging. you want it low enough where it doesn't clip digitally and high enough where your signal-to-noise ratio is good.

    does that help?

    what's a stereo master recording session?

    the mastering engineer will do that for you. if that's you, then you have more to worry about than how to burn a CD.
     
  6. Maxiseller macrumors 6502a

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    And on that topic, it might be useful to check out these guys as they offer online mastering which was recently reviewed in the Sound On Sound Magazine.
     

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