Re: Noise floor
There are several ways to reduce noise. You can start with the NT1A, youtoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
can switch from the H6 to the F8N which has a lot more noise free gain or
you can stick with a mic of your choice and the H6 and buy a cloud lifter.
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Sent: Thursday, May 14, 2020 7:39 AM
Subject: Noise floor
Ah good. It's a great podcast. What I love most is that it's the 1 pod
cast where he uses the NT1-A the most.
On 5/14/2020 10:36 AM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello Andy,<email@example.com> wrote:
microphones or the H6.
all of them if possible.
I'll try again.
guy a wee message and see if he has retained any of them.
you do it?
to do reviews on Blind cool tech. His site is www.ravenswood.org I don'tAh Neal Ewers. Yes he is a studio person from Madison Wisconsin. He use
know what happened to his reviews page and his H6 review is pretty big. On
hearing range. An amplifier does make a noise especially when it is cranked
up to it's maximum. The Zoom 6 pre-amps are known for being noisy. So can
you quote Neil saying that the Zoom 6 preamps are not noisy?
ways you could eliminate or at least reduce that hiss if you wanted. That I
just how to measure the Floor noise , because there doesent seem to be one!
would you do it?To: <firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>>
list. I've yet to finish that 1.Ah yeah than 35 must be the 1 Neal sent. He sent it to the Reaper
it. Will do soon though. Thanks for the reminder.
He is singing from the roof about the F6 as it has an iPhone app which is
not perfect but gives access to functions we have never had access to
mics. This is also true for the H5 but much much less oddly enough. Same for
the H4N Pro. The H6 in this respect is again as noisy as the Olympus LS-100.
Now can't say on the F6 as no one's demoed dynamics on that yet and Neal
hasn't demoed dynamics on his 744-T so can't say nothing on that either.
of the equipment. The Zoom 6 pre-amps are renowned for their hiss. It would
be useful to share your tips to get the most from the recorder.
isto apply noise filters. Unless you very picky.
using expanders.incorrectly applied simply undo it. I am not familiar with
have aBut the noise comes from whatever equipment. Very few mics
noise. So aundetectable noise floor and even the best pre-amps have some
as you rightlylight touch of post processing is likely to be required. But
recording is topoint out it is down to the environment and what purpose the
things soundusing a noise gate. If set incorrectly, a noise gate can make
if you areworse than better. A downward expander would be better, but
even ausing a quality mic and have recording levels set properly,
you aredownward expander probably isn't necessary, depending on what
Microphones. very longrecording.
and how theyI thought I would ask the community of their experiences
on recordingundertake a recording? As I was not sure if Andy wanted tips
of us whotechniques I thought such a thread would help him and those
noise gate.have a Zoom.
only micThis removes hiss and other quiet unwanted noises.
secure theavailable for that application. Using such a mic I would
discard the firstrecorder and start the recording early so that I could
away from thesecond as it will contain handling noise.
shoes and banglesactive recording space. It is surprising how clothing,
trying torustle and jangle when you are trying to be quiet.
to be thatcapture. Remembering that the wider stage means that I have
feet.much quieter. It could pick me up breathing and moving my
the Zoom and
employ beforeprotection from wind and rain.
software.--GenaGenaGenaa recording. So what about your experiences and approach?
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