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Old 2013-09-26, 08:38
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Angry Please NO MORE Acoustic feedback!

please insert an automatic feature that turns off the microphone when you open a prodjekt in the program. Acoustic feedback is terrible..

Please add a function where we can choose whether microfonen will be automatically turned off just when starting.
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Old 2013-09-26, 15:44
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please insert an automatic feature that turns off the microphone when you open a prodjekt in the program. Acoustic feedback is terrible..

Please add a function where we can choose whether microfonen will be automatically turned off just when starting.
How is your microphone set up in Reason?

Either way, you can either remove or mute the inputs and save a new startup template.
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Old 2013-09-27, 15:15
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I wish Reason didn't automatically arm a track to record when you open a file...
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Old 2013-09-27, 15:57
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I bet you don't read the manual that often....but check picture on page 1022 and page 1025 under "Monitoring"

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Old 2013-09-29, 15:23
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I bet you don't read the manual that often....but check picture on page 1022 and page 1025 under "Monitoring"

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Oh cool thanks, Smedberg. Right you are! I have not read the manual about that (didn't know it was adjustable) but I will.
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Old 2013-09-27, 16:05
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If you have feedback consider:

- Place the microphone so that it is not directed to the monitors. If you have a handheld mike, sing facing the monitors with the microphone facing the oposite wall from the monitors. If you have a condenser microphone, be sure to use cardioid or hipercardioid shape, and face the front of the mike (usually the brand) to you. With condensers, even if you dont have a mute button on your audio card, you can disable phantom power, and it will disable your condenser.
- There is no use for software monitoring unless you want to have effects on your vocals or instruments when recording. So, disable it, or set it to manual in reason's preferences.
- You have to set up some good gain staging for monitoring and recording, and you will need to set the gain on the pré-amp. That gain is paramount, and once you set it right, you don't touch it for the whole session, since this is the gain that will affect the input over your daw.
- Once you set the pré-amp gain, you now can check the monitoring gain from your audio card. Most audio cards (if not all) have internal mixers. The gain in the internal mixer does not affect the volume hitting reason. It will though, be mixed with the software's sound, and gets out from your monitors, so it will generate feedback if the mike channel is too loud in the monitor's submix (software + inputs).

Consider getting a pair of headphones. When recording always use headphones, and even if you are only the engineer, you have to find some way to tame bleeding from the monitors to your recording. The best way to do this if you don't have a separate room or vocal booth, is using headphones, both for you and the artist.

Hope this helps!
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Old 2013-10-01, 21:15
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Thanks!

I do use headphones. Let me give you one example.

Im working with a track in a few hours then i save the rns file and go to bed. I chose to play some music the day after and bring it out from the speakers. (Now i forget to swich the speakers to OFF and i open up the rns music file i whas working with and (the speaker is on and also the line in) The scream kill my ears and i have to throw myself over the volume rack. I know that there is many way to be more careful but i woud be glad if there where some button that automaticly swich the line in off the first time..

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